Saturday, April 30, 2016
Star Fox Zero review
by DMO Affiliate
Ars Technica's Kyle Orland reviews Nintendo's Star Fox Zero.   [READ MORE]
Ars Technica's Sam Machkovech stuffed a VR wand down his pants to facilitate motion in VR (game used to test is a prototype called "RIPmotion" by Ryan Sullivan).   [READ MORE]
Ars Technica's Valentina Palladino visited the Storyscapes exhibition at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival and experienced some uses of Virtual Reality that aren't aimed strictly at gaming. The VR products include: 6x9 Solitary Confinement - a journalism piece by The Guardian, Sens - a graphic novel turned into VR, The Turning Forest - a VR fairy tale by the BBC, and Notes on Blindness: Into Darkness - an experience based on an audiobook about what it's like to go blind.   [READ MORE]
Ian Burkhart is paralyzed from the neck down, but thanks to an array of electrodes implanted in his brain he's able to swipe credit cards and play video games with his own hands.   [READ MORE]
Gross! But cool. Maxwell and Peter talk about the vivid deaths and new characters in the latest Mortal Kombat game.   [READ MORE]
At the E3 gaming conference, Microsoft unveiled several new, highly-anticipated video games for the Xbox One.   [READ MORE]

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