Peter luckey, the developer of the Oculus Rift, has revealed his intentions for the device as being largely mainstream focused, contrary to it's currently large position in the indie game development community. "A lot of people, even if they know what VR is, see it as this tool to go in your basement and play halo. This perception is eventually going to change as VR becomes mainstream and people get to see VR applications in the fields of film and communication". Luckey clearly has ambition to get the Rift in the light of the public eye, When asked how he was going to achieve this he said, "It will be a mixture of creating compelling content and getting headsets out into the wild. I don't think a television ad can nearly be as effective as showing people this thing".Read More >>>
Any fan of the Playstation exclusive and classic, The Last of Us, has two things to be both immensely excited and precautious about with both a movie adaption and a speculated follow-up game in the works. Neil Druckmann, who was writer and creative director for The Last of Us, has touched on the subject of both the Movie and the Sequel. On the Movie adaption, he displayed that, ideally, he would want the voice actress of Ellie in the game, Ashley Johnson, to play the same role in the movie. He then goes on to suggest that the original voice actors might be included in the film in some way. But, of course, he avoids specifics. Read More >>>
The Dinosaur fps/survival game 'The Stomping Land' has beem in a bit of strife this week!
The game was greenlit in early May and published to steam on the 30th under the early access genre, with promised weekly updates on Steam.
After a month of solid work on the game, with the weekly updates, the developer Alex Fundora went dead, and has just recently come back, releasing this statement. Read More >>>