Day: 20/03/2014

GDC: Sony Project Morpheus VR Headset for PS4 Hands-on – IGN

BY: SCOTT LOWE With the debut of Project Morpheus, Sony touted that virtual reality could play a critical role in the future of gaming. While the viability of VR as a mass market product remains unclear, a hands-on demo today proved that Project Morpheus is much more than just a gimmick for PlayStation. The  prototype, though certainly still rough around the edges, meets and in some ways exceeds the kind of VR experiences we’ve seen from Oculus[…] Read more here:

“Plot is highly overrated,” League of Legends designer says – GameSpot

By: Eddie Makuch “Plot is highly overrated,” League of Legends developer Riot Games narrative lead Tom Abernathy said today during a Game Developers Conference presentation at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Abernathy, who previously worked at Microsoft on Halo: Reach, said internal and external research “proves that out[…] Read more here:

PS4 system update 1.62 released, but what does it actually do? – GameSpot

By: Martin Gaston Sony has released PlayStation 4 system update 1.62 into the wild. It’s a 336MB patch, which will beam down the magical Internet pipes into your machine via a system update. What does update 1.62 do, then? “Operation quality during use of some PlayStation 4 format software has been improved,” says Sony. Just in time for inFamous: Second Son[…]

Savagely Monotonous: “Savage Girl” Review

By: Cynthia Ayala’ 16 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer Savage Girl, written by Jean Zimmerman, follows the story of Bronwyn, told through a third person perspective of Hugo Delegate, eldest living son of the Delegate family of a very bland and uninspired nature. Published on March 6, 2014 by Viking Adult, the story opens with Hugo, being investigated by an attorney and police officer who are investigating the murders that have followed the Delegate family around since they picked up the girl, []

New ‘Arrow’ Birds of Prey Images and ‘Flash’ Crossover Update

By: Kofi Outlaw Arrow has been going strong in its sophomore season (despite a few criticisms) and fans have certainly been eager for the second half of season 2. Big villain debuts and cameo appearances by some iconic DC Comics teams (Suicide Squad and Birds of Prey) have certainly cranked up the hype for what’s to come – and the showrunners are dropping more tidbits to keep fans on the hook[..,] Read more here: