Sony unveiled a new, much-enhanced prototype of its Project Morpheus virtual reality hardware for PlayStation 4 at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, saying that it intended to release the peripheral in the first half of 2016. The post Sony Targets 2016 For ‘Project Morpheus’ VR on PS4 appeared first on WIRED.
Talk about game-changing: Nvidia just announced the Shield, the world’s first 4K Android TV gaming console, at Game Developers Conference today in San Francisco. The device will be available this May for $199. Along with the new entertainment...Show More Summary
Valve dropped some major news bombs at this year's Game Developers Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. The company unveiled the brand new Steam Link that works in conjunction with Steam Machines and PCs that enable users to stream content anywhere in the house from connected devices.Click To Continue Reading
At Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced the chip vendor's latest hardware effort, the Shield, the world's first 4K Android TV console.The Shield comes with an H.265 decoder that can handle 4K at 60Hz with 10-bit video processing. Another highlight is the ability to search for content on the PLay Store using voice.
The Game Developers Conference is going on this week, and this evening, Nvidia promises to make an announcement that will change the future of gaming. Start your guesses now, and tune in here to watch.
The Game Developer Conference is underway with a few days of sessions before the expo floor opens. Tonight graphics titan NVIDIA is hosting a press conference that is bound to be of interest to those of us in the Android sphere. We've got a live video stream available here, plus our own color commentary, photos, and community chat to enjoy. Show More Summary
Valve Corporation took to Game Developers Conference (GDC 2015) like a fish to water and has announced a whole slew of new products and services. Amidst them the Source 2 engine, successor to the Source engine used in Valve games … Continue reading ?
At this week's Game Developers Conference 2015 in San Francisco, a strange thing's been happening: Three of the biggest video game technology companies in the world just announced that they were giving away their game engines -- the secret sauce that powers theirs' and their licensees' games -- totally for free. Show More Summary
Valve has been a busy body at this year’s Game Developers Conference, which officially marks the Steam platform's 13th birthday. Not only did it reveal plans for a VR Headset, which HTC is building with their cooperation, but Valve also...Show More Summary
Divide by Sheep is a wacky math puzzler from Tiny Build Games that starts off cute and ends up quite deadly. We got a chance to try an early build at the Game Developers Conference 2015. The objective of the game is to save sheep by getting them to the raft. Show More Summary
Riot Games’ League of Legends (LoL) is one of the most popular games in esports, and this week at Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, LoL’s lead designer Ryan Scott talked about finding the balance between depth, complexity, and fun in video games. … Continue reading ?
Epic unveiled its new free-to-use (with eventual royalties) pricing model for Unreal Engine 4 this week during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, while Unity launched the new iteration of its engine, Unity 5, with a fine...Show More Summary
Unity's GDC press conference was geared toward not just showcasing Unity 5, but marrying the company's longtime message of democratized development with a focus on how damn good Unity games can look....
Today at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, mobile games company Storm8 announced a milestone for its many titles: its games have surpassed one billion total downloads. The Restaurant Story 2 company is celebrating theShow More Summary
Unity 5 is available just in time for the Game Developers Conference.
Alongside today’s announcements of Vulkan and SPIR-V, Khronos is also using the occasion of the 2015 Game Developers Conference to announce the next iteration of OpenCL, OpenCL 2.1. OpenCL 2.1 marks two important milestones for OpenCl. Show More Summary
Every year, in late winter, covering the game industry gives me a chance to leave New York City at its most miserable. It's with great pleasure that I tell you, yes, we're here in San Francisco -- where its 60 degrees and not 34 -- to bring all the n...
Today, Google announced a number of new tools for game developers at its annual Dev Day event at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco. Below is an outline of the new tools announced today:
Appropriately announced at today’s Game Developer Conference 2015, Google unveiled updates for developers on its Google Play Games platform, with a focus on more effective audience targeting. Coming to Google Play Developer Console in...Show More Summary
At Game Developers Conference 2015 today, Google announced Nearby Connections, a new API that will allow developers on the Google Play platform to incorporate multiple smartphones and tablets as second-screen game controllers on Android TV. Previously, Android TVs only supported second-screen controllers for solo play. Show More Summary