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  • Blog Post: 10 VR Games That You Can (And Should) Play This Year

    At a recent HTC Vive event near Valve's headquarters in Seattle, we got a chance to play several upcoming VR projects set to release this year. Many of these games aren't exclusive to the HTC Vive either, so even if you've already pre-ordered an Oculus Rift, these are 10 VR projects you should... More
  • Blog Post: Analysis – No, Virtual Reality Isn’t Dead Because The Rift Costs $600

    This morning, Oculus finally revealed the price for the first consumer Rift . The virtual reality headset will cost you $600, including an Xbox One controller and wireless adapter, wireless remote, and tracking camera. As expected, reactions to the cost have been emphatic. Some have gone so far as to... More
  • Blog Post: Palmer Luckey Discusses VR’s Bright Future And The Barriers In Its Way

    As part of our January 2016 cover story on virtual reality, we spoke extensively with pioneer Palmer Luckey about where things go from here. The Rift, PlayStation VR, and Vive (all discussed in-depth in our most recent issue) are the culmination of years of innovation and iteration, but they are only... More
  • Blog Post: Fantastic And Free-To-Play Games

    There are a ton of free-to-play games out there to pick from on PC, but you’re still paying one of the biggest prices to play – Your time. The price model has evolved significantly from the pay-for-power systems that were typically associated with the genre, and in many titles you’ll... More
  • Blog Post: More Great Games That Don't Cost A Dime

    A few weeks back we took a look at some of the best free games currently available. We heard some of your favorites in the comments, and now we are back with another list of stellar free-to-play titles worthy of your attention. Whether you’re looking for a fast-paced shooter, an MMO, or a side... More
  • Blog Post: VR Mission: How Oculus’ New VR Headset Creates New Game Development Challenges

    The traditional game interface is fairly abstract: Players move a mouse or thumbstick, and an avatar on a 2D plane in front of them looks around. Using this interface, game designers have developed a wealth of entertainment over the years, but this system keeps players separated from their games. Game... More
  • Blog Post: Rift's Compelling Case For Your MMO Allegiance

    Why I’m happily grinding away in Telara while an army of Azerothian alts lays dormant : I’m done with “massively singleplayer.” The obnoxious overuse of phasing in Cataclysm’s 80-85 zones, along with a content development philosophy that seems to hold that no non-instanced... More
  • Blog Post: Most Anticipated PC Games Of 2011

    There's little arguing that 2010 was one of the best years PC gaming has seen in some time. Between extremely successful major releases like StarCraft II and Civilization V and surprising indie hits like Minecraft and Amnesia: The Dark Descent, there was study buzz for a consistent stream of excellent... More
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