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Microsoft has $500K in prize money for HoloLens science projects

Microsoft wowed me a few weeks ago with its internal HoloLens programs, but like we’ve seen with Kinect, the coolest uses aren’t always the ones Redmond devised. 212 more words


Documentary explains why 'Shenmue 3' is a big deal

The Shenmue series represents a milestone in the gaming industry for many fans, a point where console experiences truly took off. The first Shenmue, released in 1999 for the Sega Dreamcast, was an immersive, emotional, cinematic role-playing game that expanded the definition of an action experience and pushed existing technology to its limits. 91 more words


Games Inbox: Lara Croft vs. Nathan Drake, Justice League game, and Wild ARMs HD

The morning Inbox wants to know why Halo 5 doesn’t have split screen co-op, as one reader asks a very old question about Nintendo.

To join in with the discussions yourself email… 2,027 more words


Bungie Asked David Cross And Brian Posehn To Write Jokes For 'Destiny'

After much buzz and hype, Bungie’s Destiny hit the shelves last September. One of the first attributes many took note about the game was the overall serious tone to the gameplay and narrative throughout. 277 more words


How Microsoft plans to make HoloLens attractive for business

Microsoft has big plans in store for its upcoming augmented reality device HoloLens that go beyond video games and Minecraft.

The software giant wants HoloLens to be more than an entertainment device, and it’s turning to academia to help researchers show how the device can be used for business-related applications, Microsoft… 353 more words


Mortal Kombat X: All of Predator's Variations

NetherRealm takes us through all of Predator’s variations and the different ways you can use them to your advantage.

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