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‘Dark Pictures: Man of Medan’ to launch this August 30th

If you’re familiar with Supermassive’s Until Dawn, then you won’t have trouble understanding what to do with the developer’s new Dark Pictures Anthology. This interactive horror series is launching with Man of Medan this August 30th. It’ll be coming to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The story revolves around a group on a diving vacation gone wrong. They end up kidnapped and trapped in a ghost ship. The choices you make in the game will determine whether these characters live or die. This anthology takes place in a shared universe and Supermassive plans to release a Dark Pictures game every six months.

The game will have a “Curator’s Cut” mode, which will come to all players for free eventually, but those who pre-order gain access to this mode from day one. In this mode, you’ll be able to replay scenes from the perspectives of the other characters when you finish the game. You also get more choices that affect the story in new ways. This mode also offers scenes and secrets not available in the main game.

Source: Engadget


EA will be remastering ‘Command & Conquer’

If you’ve been a fan of the classic real-time strategy game series Command & Conquer, then you’re going to like this news. Electronic Arts (EA) just announced it will be remastering the first game of the series, Tiberian Dawn for the PC. There are also plans to develop the original Command & Conquer: Red Alert game and its expansion packs: Covert Ops, Counterstrike, and Aftermath. These games are planned to be bundled in one collection sans microtransactions.  

There is no release date yet as the development has started but EA is working with Petroglyph Games Games. Three of the developers from said company worked on the original title. They’re also working with CGI studio Lemon Sky to “bring these original games to 4K glory.”



Ubisoft releases PC requirements for 'Assassin's Creed Odyssey'

As the launch of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey approaches, Ubisoft has finally unveiled what PC requirements you’ll need to get the game running smoothly. If you don’t have a rig that supports a 4K display, you don’t have to worry. The minimum requirement to get the game up and running is a 720p resolution, but Ubisoft recommends your system has at least 1080p resolution. And since this isn’t a direct port from consoles, you get special settings that provide a better gaming experience for you. Let’s see the list, shall we? 

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Review: Acer Windows Mixed Reality Headset and Controller

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The VR headsets of one or two years ago like the Oculus and the HTC Vive did deliver on the promise of bringing VR to consumers but at a steep price as well as high-end hardware requirements. With the entry of Microsoft into VR, using tech and knowledge coming from its HoloLens solution, makes enjoying VR more affordable.

Microsoft showed off the future of Windows as a holographic OS with HoloLens which put the desktop in virtual and real space. HoloLens was unfortunately too expensive for mass production and while it seems to be making waves in enterprise and special situations, there’s no consumer version available.

Instead, Microsoft created the Windows Mixed Reality VR standard, packaged it as part of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and makes it accessible to anyone running Windows on the minimum specs (8th Intel Generation Core Processor). Hit jump for my immersion into WMR.

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