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Over the past week or so, a lot of chatter has been kicking up about the Oculus Rift and its privacy issues. What kind of privacy issues? Very invasive privacy issues. Well, one U.S. Senator is not standing by idly while Facebook gleans personal information off its VR users with the Rift.
This morning, EA Sports NCAA Football posted something very odd and cryptic onto Facebook after not having posted for quite some time. It was an extremely short clip depicting the beep of a lifeline. Most took the post as a meaningful way to announce the return of the franchise, NCAA Football.
We have some bad news for those of you who like to stay active on social media through every electronic device imaginable: Sony will soon discontinue Facebook support on both the PlayStation 3, PlayStation TV and PlayStation Vita.
SHOWTIME's horror series Penny Dreadful is getting its own video game. Midverse Studios is developing Penny Dreadful: Demimonde for a fall release.
Oculus is starting to roll out more details about the Rift, the virtual reality headset. What sort of details did they make public? The system requirements and why the system requirements are as high as they are and what's required to process high-resolution and smooth frame-rate in high-end games.
It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like we’re finally getting closer to pinning down an actual release date for the Oculus Rift. According to the developers, we should expect to step into a bold new world of virtual gaming in Q1 2016.
New info has emerged regarding the public availability of the Oculus Rift. Apparently a limited public beta is being planned for the virtual reality headset, scheduled to go live in select markets for becoming widely available for the general public. Unfortunately there's no specific date for the launch.
Well that didn't take long. New reports have already emerged that the Oculus Rift will get a complete re-branding from Facebook with a brand new interface and logo representation, in order to further tie the virtual reality device into the social media culture.
Oculus VR, the company behind the Kickstarted virtual reality headset, the Oculus Rift, has been purchased by Facebook for $2 billion.
It’s no secret that Candy Crush Saga is the “it” game of 2013, that one title that everyone and their mother is playing while sitting on the couch, waiting in line at the grocery store or in the break room during work. Well, it looks like developer King is looking to capitalize on that success, primed to release the game’s first batch of DLC starting today.
While male gamers still out-rank female gamers when it comes to the amount of time they spend playing video games and are obviously more engaged on the core gaming front, it turns out that female gamers are a bit more likely to spend real money on microtransactions in casual games.
The wave-blasting antics of Plants vs. Zombies is about to go multidirectional as PopCap Games announces the official release of Plants vs. Zombies Adventures for Facebook, offering a new way to play and social elements to keep you and your zombie-pulverizing friends connected.
Half of all the time spent on Facebook is used to play social games. More than 250 million users play social games on Facebook and half of the U.S. population between 18 and 44 who use Facebook, also play social games on a daily basis. With all that said, MediaBrix has a new way to capitalize on this crowd with breakthrough moment advertising.
Soon Dead or Alive 5 will make it easier for players to share their match replays. The next patch for the fighting game will allow replays to be directly uploaded to the Internet. The new feature will be added to both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions. 360 players will be able to upload their replays to Facebook.
Listen up, soldier. A new turn-based PvP action game has hit Facebook, bringing a post-apocalyptic battlefield to the world's largest social hub. Crazy Panda has officially launched the Dominator beta, and everyone and their mother is invited to tighten up their boot straps and go to war.