On ALIEN Day, April 26, Aliens will descent on The Outlets at Orange in Orange County, California. There, you up to three others, will be able to roam the creepy world of Aliens in tether-free VR experience. Make no mistake, though. This isn’t your typical VR experience. With ALIEN: DESCENT, it is free-roaming, which means you and your squad will be moving through the virtual world without the burden of PC backpacks or restriction of cables. The only things you’d be wearing will be special wireless VR headset and motion-tracking sensors on your arms and legs. Continue reading Aliens Descent On Orange, Lets You Free Roam, Slay Virtual Aliens
If you haven’t already heard, the much anticipated DC mobile RPG, DC: Unchained, is out earlier this week. We have a go at it and I am already hook. It remains to be seen if this “freemium” mobile game requires you to invest real money to progress. However, after a few days with the game, it seems like you do not need to use real money to make decent progress. Of course, if you do, you should be able to make the rank faster, but that’s really not necessary at this point. There was a pre-opening on March 26 and the official opening is earmarked to be on the March 29. Continue reading WB Games DC: Unchained Mobile Role-playing Game Is Finally Available!
If you are excited over Michael Sng’s dieselpunk walking tank scale model, then I am 100 percent sure you will be absolutely thrilled by this upcoming video game called Iron Harvest. I know I totally am. Developed KING Art Games, who have had three successful Kickstarter campaigns behind them, and based on lore of 1920+ created by Polish artist Jakub Różalski, Iron Harvest is a real-time strategy (RTS) game set in an alternate reality sometime after World World I. Continue reading Iron Harvest Is Dieselpunk Meets RTS Meets 1920s Conflict
After it being announced more than six months ago and getting fans to hop onboard the beta program, Microsoft has finally announced that the Age of Empires: Definitive Edition’s availability. It will hit the shelves, worldwide for Windows, starting February 20, priced at $19.99 – just in time to mark the 20th year since its original release in 1997. So what can you expect of the Age of Empires: Definitive Edition? Well, first and foremost, it will be an eye-watering experience because, 4K UHD. Being a RTS where everything is tiny, 4K UHD is a welcome enhancement to the game. Continue reading Age of Empires: Definitive Edition Official Launch Date And Price Announced
Aliens is one of the pop culture phenomena of the 70s and it is a wonder why there isn’t an official Aliens-themed thrill ride. Perhaps, the theme is a little too dark for commercial success? I don’t know. Whatever it is, it does not stop YouTuber Hin Nya, who appears to be a huge fan of Aliens of Japanese descent, from creating one, but virtually, of course, using a steam game, a theme park simulator called Planet Coaster by Frontier Developments. Continue reading Gamer Creates A Haunting But Visually Spectacular Virtual Aliens Thrill Ride
Tamagotchi, the digital pet that took the world by storm (well, kind of) was released 21 years ago in Japan and 20 years ago, in 1997, to the rest of the world. I am not sure the allure of this virtual pet thing, but it was somewhat a huge hit two decades ago. At least it was huge enough that even my ex-girlfriend had one (which I need help to take care, btw). Anyways, to mark the 20th year, Bandai Namco is not only re-releasing an updated Tamagotchi, but it is also going the mobile route with a smartphone and tablet app version called My Tamagotchi Forever. Well, forever only if you keep a look out for it cos’ while on the mobile platform, this digital pet of yours will still need to be fed, bathed, and loved, or it will say sayonara to you. Continue reading Bandai Namco Brings Back Tamagotchi In Both Hardware And App Iterations
Since the 70s, Star Wars has captured the imagination of sci-fi buffs the world over. Among the tech depicted, though fictional, that has fans enthralled would be the Lightsaber. How nice if Lightsaber is real? The prospect of wielding the futuristic energy blade-equipped sword and wishing the worst on your enemy is strangely satisfying. It was every Star Wars fans’ wet dream come true which will never become a reality. But that’s until now. Thanks to Lenovo Star Wars Jedi Challenges Augmented Reality video game, your dream of wielding a Lightsaber is finally a dream no more. Granted, you won’t share the same experience as Luke Skywalker since what you will be experiencing will be wholly based on augmented reality, but hey, it is way better than not having any. Continue reading Your Dream Of Wielding A Lightsaber As A Jedi Is Finally Coming True!
2015 Jurassic World was quite a movie, but like the previous installments, it had its fair share of frustrating moments brought about by the stupidity of those managing the park. If you felt that way and think you could do better than the bunch of idiots over at Masrani Global Corporation, well, here’s a piece of good news for you: your chance to shine as the manager and operator of the world’s only dinosaur theme park is almost here. Well, virtually, that is. We won’t be getting clone dinosaurs anytime soon and I certainly hope no one is attempting to do so. Continue reading Jurassic World Game Lets You Build And Manage A Dinosaur Theme Park
Sometime, a missed opportunity may not be a bad thing at all. Such is in the case of the real-life Fallout 4 Pip-boy we first saw last year. This post-apocalypse smartwatch of sort was introduced with a hefty $350 sticker and it is essentially a replica of the in-game device, but has real-life smartwatch functionalities instead. In other words, it probably won’t help you get through a post-apocalypse scenario, unfortunately. Anywho, as it turns out, it was a blessing in disguise if you missed it the last time round, because Bethesda, the game developer behind Fallout 4, is bringing the real-life Fallout 4 Pip-boy back for a limited time and the most brilliant part is, it will cost just 100 dollars bundled with the new version of the video game, AKA the “Game Of The Year” Edition. Continue reading Real-life Fallout 4 Pip-boy Wearable Is Making A Limited Time Comeback
If you are a huge fan of the mouth-less Japanese cartoon character Hello Kitty and also happen to love the classic arcade game, PAC-MAN, well then, Sanrio, Inc. and Bandai Namco has some good news for you. The two Japanese companies has announced at San Diego Comic-Con that the super adorable pop icon and the first video game hero will come together for what we thought was an unlikely collaboration. For starter, the PAC-MAN mobile game will get a limited time Hello Kitty themed update, available from now through to August 19 on Google Play and Apple App Store. Continue reading Hello Kitty Join Forces With PAC-MAN For Mobile Game and Merchandises