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Gran Turismo Creator Hoped For ‘Something More Incredible’ Than PSVR

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Gran Turismo Sport is coming out later this year, but the promised PlayStation VR (PSVR) support is sounding increasingly underwhelming. From the sounds of it, the game’s developer isn’t too impressed either. Speaking to VentureBeat, Gran Turismo creator and director Kazunori Yamauchi noted that he had hoped current VR technology like PSVR would be better

Valve Reveals More Detail on ‘Knuckles’ Motion Controllers

Valve has lifted the veil somewhat on its Knuckles controllers, first revealed as a prototype last October at the company’s annual Steam Dev Days conference. In a blog post today, Valve showed off some specs of the Knuckles dev kit alongside a button-map of the device, revealing the controllers will have multiple capacitive sensors to allow

Co-op Raids, Updated Gyms, And More For Pokemon Go’s Anniversary

Though not in the massive droves that came with the launch of the game, you’ll still see a few people out in public trying to catch-em-all, and the developers are continuing to enhance the application. Niantic is celebrating the first anniversary of Pokemon Go with co-op raids, a reworked gym system, new items, and more.

HTC Teases More AAA VR Content on the Way

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One of the biggest VR stories at E3 2017 was that Bethesda’s Fallout 4 (2015), Doom (2016), and Skyrim (2011) are all coming to VR this year. VR gamers have been hungry for AAA content and it while Bethesda’s announcement is a great step in that direction, HTC says you can expect more on the way.

E3 2017 Hands-On: Final Fantasy XV’s Monsters of the Deep Is Way More Fun Than You’d Think

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Final Fantasy is one of those game franchises that defies logic. The whole thing started back on the original Nintendo (NES) when Squaresoft (one of the two companies that eventually combined together to become today’s Square Enix) made a “final” game as a last ditch effort to save their organization. It worked and now several

E3 2017 ‘Day 4’ Roundup: DisplayLink’s Impressive Wireless VR Solution, Bethesda on VR Support, ‘Walking Dead’ in VR, and More

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Here’s our roundup of news from ‘day 4’ of E3 2017. New The Walking Dead games were revealed, Bethesda clarifies VR platform exclusivity stance, we go hands-on with Ace Combat 7, and try out DisplayLink’s XR wireless solution for the HTC Vive. Multiple The Walking Dead VR Games in Development: Image courtesy AMC A new