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Unreal and Unity game engines to support Google's Daydream VR platform

During a session at the Google I/O 2016 developer conference, it was revealed that both the Unreal and Unity game engines will support the newly announced Daydream VR platform for Android. This means that two of the tops game engines, which are already used to make hundreds of titles, will be able to have those games run on the Daydream platform. Show More Summary

Techland is making two new games - and one sounds a lot like Dying Light 2

Dying Light studio Techland announced in Poland this week it is working on two new games. I spoke with CEO Pawe? Marchewka at the conference Digital Dragons about what they'll be. One will be a new IP developed in Warsaw. It will be an open-world fantasy game with RPG elements - "maybe in a slightly bigger sense than Dying Light... Show More Summary

Google Talks Up Android N Performance and Security

Google today provided an update to Android N at its I/O developer conference. The next-generation mobile operating system includes support for Vulkan to improve graphics performance for games, but it also improves the Android runtime to speed up daily use. Show More Summary

Dark Souls parent company holding media briefing before E3

E3 takes place June 14-16 in horrible LA, but E3 "press conferences" start as early as Sunday, June 12 for Bethesda, Electronic Arts, and, apparently, Kadokawa Games -- the company that owns Dark Souls developer From Software and has...Show More Summary

Manus VR gloves add full-arm tracking to the HTC Vive

The Manus VR gloves were already impressive when we got our hands in them at the Game Developers Conference, but their latest feature promises an even more immersive experience. Using the HTC Vive and its motion controllers, the Manus system can track players' entire arms, bending elbows and all. Show More Summary

King’s Quest 2015: Chapter 4 Release Date

What is the King’s Quest 2015: Chapter 4 release date? August 2016 most likely! Hints were given in a new Game Developers Conference 2016 interview with creator Matt Korba (interview quotes & video below) that leads us to believe we can expect a new downloadable episode every 4 months, in line with the previous two...

Monster Collection RPG 'Monster Raid' Finally Launches Worldwide

A few years ago when I spoke at the Korea Games Conference, I saw a whole ton of awesome games in development and one of those was Monster Raid [Free] by Orca. While the genre is getting a little crowded these days, Monster Raid is another free to play game focused around the idea of

The No Hit Wonder

Jake Birkett of Grey Alien Games gave this talk at the Game Developers Conference last month about the power of persistence as an indie game developer. At 42:55 in his talk, Jake mentions that the article Cultivating Burning Desire was a factor in motivating him to go indie. Show More Summary

Nvidia's Pascal GTC 2016 Announcement Had One Subtle But Big Surprise

With Nvidia's GPU Technology conference (GTC 2016) last week following-up on the heels of GDC (Game Developers Conference) last month, it may have been easy to think that Nvidia would have already fired whatever they had in their graphics salvo. And for all intents and purposes that was the case, [...]

GDC & VRDC 2016 talks are now available to watch on the GDC Vault!

Game Developers Conference officials are happy to announce that the many talks and presentations delivered by game industry notables last month at GDC 2016 are now available to watch on the GDC Vault!...

Microsoft exec dismisses idea of an ‘Xbox One and a half,’ talks Windows and Xbox ecosystem

Microsoft's Build conference is mostly aimed at developers, but Xbox head Phil Spencer was on hand to talk about the future of that platform as well, and the major gaming enhancements and bug fixes coming to the Windows Store over the next few months.

Black Desert Online expands for free, future content plans revealed

The free Mediah Expansion has landed for Black Desert Online. It's a 2GB download and contains a significant amount of new content. Simultaneously the game's Korean developer, Pearl Abyss, held a press conference and detailed future plans for the game. Show More Summary

Rewarded Video Support for AdMob Mediation

At the 2016 Games Developer’s Conference, we announced a new addition to the AdMob mediation platform: rewarded video ads. This new avenue for monetization offers users the option to engage with ads in exchange for in-app rewards. Our...Show More Summary

Reminder: GDC Europe 2016 call for talks closes on Friday!

Just a quick reminder that the call for submissions to present lectures and panel sessions at the Game Developers Conference Europe in August ends tomorrow: Friday, April 1st, at 11:59 PM Pacific....

Intel event highlights college student games that should be published right now

One of the delightful surprises at the recent Game Developers Conference in San Francisco was the Intel University Games Showcase, which featured some of the most innovative games being built by teams of college students. I attended the event in the vast upper level of the Metreon and was very pleasantly surprised at how good the demos […]

Microsoft's DirectX 12 sizzle video reveals upcoming 'Time Spy' benchmark demo for 3DMark

Microsoft's Build 2016 keynote for the first day of its developer conference showed off a sizzle video of games running on DirectX 12, the graphics API that's exclusive to Windows 10. As it turns out, that video briefly showed off a previously unannounced addition to Futuremark's 3DMark benchmarking tool: Time Spy....

Xbox chief says Windows 10 will be ‘fully open’ for game developers

Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, reinforced MIcrosoft’s mantra to developers today: Windows has been open, and it will stay open, when it comes to app developers and game creators. He made the announcement during Microsoft’s Build conference in San Francisco. In doing so, he joined a chorus of voices saying that Windows is open. Spencer […]

Microsoft just announced a new feature that should be make it easier for game developers to create o

Microsoft just announced a new feature that should be make it easier for game developers to create on Xbox One. Shown at the company’s annual Build conference, Xbox Dev Mode will turn ordinary retail Xbox One units into developer kits. Read more...

Microsoft to Pitch Cross-Device Capabilities to Developers

At its Build conference on Wednesday, Microsoft will pitch that developers can write an application once and have it run on PCs, tablets, smartphones and game consoles.

Sulon Q Tries To Become A Single Headset For Both VR And AR

At the 2016 Game Developer Conference last week, Sulon Technologies revealed their upcoming Sulon Q headset. They claim that it is the world’s first and only all-in-one, tether-free, “wear and play” headset for virtual reality, augmented reality, and spatial computing. Yes, it supports both VR and AR. And best of all, it is powered by […]

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