It seemsdoesn't want rival to corner the VR headset market as the software giant is preparing to unveil their own VR gear during next years' E3 in Los Angeles.
Sources from the supply chain of components let slip the info, and say Microsoft's hardware team is behind the endeavour. Sony unveiled theirVR tech back in March.
The 'declaration of war on the ocean' is well underway in Tropico 5: Waterborne, which features all-new water-based industry, homes and even new foreign power deterrents like a submarine.
A new gameplay trailer has been released byshowcasing some of the new floating real-estate El Presidente will be commissioning for his fellow Tropicans.
Star Citizen is far from its launch day butChris Roberts has published a congratulatory letter to space sim rival David Braben and his team for fully releasing Elite: Dangerous.
Roberts has been a supporter "since day one, and am thrilled to see it become a reality." He'll be firing it up over the holidays, and reminds the Star Citizen community there's no real rivalry.
Trial Fusion'scomponent is free for PC players this weekend, if you fancy injuring a virtual motorcyclist in the company of some friends.
The free trial runs from December 19 at 10am CET to December 22 at 10am CET. You do need to have an existing Uplay account to sign in to the game's online mode.
Leave it toto come up with a suitably cool Collector's Edition for its long-awaited murdering simulator sequel, Hotline Miami 2. The will contain three vinyl discs with 28 tracks from the game's soundtrack.
If the sequel's music is anywhere near as excellent as the original's, that's quite the treat. There's no tracklist yet, as Dennaton wants to keep that a secret until the game's released.
Capcom has announced that its upcoming brawler Street Fighter 5 is being developed with the, the first time in the series' history that Epic's powerful software has been utilised.
That might explain why the upcoming entry is looking so tasty. Capcom showed off a new and improved engine in an initial gameplay trailer released at this year'sevent.
Developer Pavel Zagrebelnyj came up with the strangely addictive off-road sim Spintires, in which you try to make it through the churned-up roads and forests of Russia in a variety of heavy-duty vehicles. It had beautifully done mud physics, and a few months back it was something of a cult hit.
Since then, despite being very popular, the game's never really added a whole lot to that basic 'drive a truck through some mud' formula. Now Zagrebelnyj is accusing the UK publisher Oovee of taking the money and running, and preventing him from continuing development on the game.