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Day 40 of 100 Days of VR: Creating a VR First Person Shooter III – UI

Here we are at another milestone in the 100 days of VR challenge! Day 40! Who would have known that I would have made it to this point? We’ve come a long way, we learned a bit about Unity, made a simple game, and now here we are working in VR! Yesterday we finished fixing most of the technical prob

Day 39 of 100 Days of VR: Creating a VR First Person Shooter II

Welcome back to day 39! Yesterday we started to look at fixing problems that involved the limitation of Mobile VR (and a lot of raycasting), today we’re going to make some more changes. Specifically, the goal today is: Change our Event Trigger logic to deal with what happens if we’re holding down o

Day 38 of 100 Days of VR: Creating a VR First Person Shooter I

Welcome to Day 38! Today, we’re going to talk about the limitations of mobile VR and make some changes in our game to fix things. We’ve already started to fix some things, specifically adding event triggers to our enemies, but there’s still many more things to solve! Here’s a quick list of things I

Texas Shooter Was Already Banned from Owning Guns ( Prohibited Person )

Under the Gun Control Act of 1968, the Sutherland Springs Church shooter was a prohibited person from owning guns.. This post Texas Shooter Was Already Banned from Owning Guns ( Prohibited Person ) appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

‘Creepy, Crazy and Weird’: Texas Church Gunman Devin Kelley Was ‘Outcast’ Who ‘Preached Atheism’ Online

Former classmates of Texas church shooter Devin Kelley say he was a ‘creepy’, ‘crazy’ and ‘weird,’ person who preached about atheism on the internet. On Sunday, Kelley opened fire inside First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, outside of San Antonio, killing 26 people and injuring 24. Show More Summary

Shooter Identified In TX Church Shooting

There has been another mass shooting in America, this time at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, a small town southeast of San Antonio. ABC News: A person who said she works at a gas station across the street from...Show More Summary

The Complete History Of First Person Shooters

If there’s a single genre that defines the video game, it might be the first-person shooter. Think about it. When a TV show wants to have a gamer character, what kind of thing […] The post The Complete History Of First Person Shooters appeared first on Geek.com.

‘Overwatch’ Unveils “Halloween Terror 2017” Event

It’s been kind of a tradition with many team-based first person shooters to get into the holiday spirit, and Blizzard’s Overwatch is no exception. Players had their first event last year with Junkenstein’s Revenge, and now it’s back on all platforms as Halloween Terror 2017, complete with awesome new skins for your characters. The event […]

The gun store owner who sold the Virginia Tech shooter his weapon says he has a gut instinct about who should and shouldn't get a gun

The gun store owner who sold the gun that was used in the 2007 Virginia Tech shooting says his first line of defense against selling to dangerous people is a simple gut check. "The first thing that happens is we size the person up," John Markell told the New York Time's Michael Barbaro. Show More Summary

Gun Perspective In FPS Games Doesn't Make Any Sense

2 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

By definition First Person Shooters are supposed to play out in a first person perspective, meaning the player should feel like they're actually pulling the trigger and mowing down the bad guys. But there's something not quite rightShow More Summary

This Week On ‘Gunventure’ – FPD: Concealed Carrier Defends School

On GunVenture, watch as a participant on the First Person Defender series faces off against an active shooter targeting a classroom of innocent students. This post This Week On ‘Gunventure’ – FPD: Concealed Carrier Defends School appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

SilencerCo Releases Maxim 9 First Person Shooter Video

SilencerCo has released a first-person-shooter video portraying the Maxim 9 pistol in realistic self-defense and recreational use scenarios. This post SilencerCo Releases Maxim 9 First Person Shooter Video appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Razer Reveals Basilisk Mouse: Made for First Person Shooters

3 months agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

At IFA this week, Razer announced a new addition to its growing stable of mice and peripherals with the Razer Basilisk. Razer is pitching the Basilisk mouse as purpose-built for first-person shooters, while lauding the customizability...Show More Summary

Ratalaika bringing One More Dungeon to Switch

One More Dungeon is a first person shooter roguelike with procedurally generated levels and pixel-art graphics. Being a nameless adventure seeker, your job is to reach the final level deep within the dungeon and destroy the obelisksShow More Summary

When is QuakeCon 2017?

Shacknews started as a web site solely focused on covering news about Quake all the way back in 1996. At the same time, id Software fans organized a convention based around their favorite first person shooter. Please take a look at our...Show More Summary

'Noblemen: 1896' From Foursaken Media Targets August 31st Release Date

Foursaken first revealed Noblemen: 1896 as an alternate history third person shooter back in November. The game lets you strategise action from a top down view, play out battles in a cover style shooter perspective, or use an auto-battle option. Every new bit of information has been great, but we've wanted to know when we

MOST ANTICIPATED VR GAMES OF 2017: GAMES YOU CAN'T MISS FOR OCULUS RIFT, HTC VIVE, PS VR AND MORE

4 months agoHumor / odd : Dunk The Biscuit

Looking twenty years into the future, it's hard to get away from visualizing all games being played with VR headsets, and why not? First Person Shooter games have always been a big hit with avid video-gamer's so it's only a natural progression you get to place yourself inside the game landscape and discover a better experience. Show More Summary

'Shadow Warrior Classic Complete' for macOS, 'Sorcery!' on iOS now free to download

A pair of games have been made available on iOS and macOS for free, with the first episode of 'Steve Jackson's Sorcery!' downloadable to iPhones and iPads at no charge, while Mac users can acquire early first person shooter 'Shadow Warrior Classic Complete' from GOG's online store.

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