Xbox One’s most recent update is preparing it for two pretty exciting features: backwards compatibility and the ability to stream games to Windows 10.
Not to be outdone by Oculus and the HTC Vive, Microsoft devoted a large portion of its press conference to a demonstration of how their own HoloLens technology will work with Minecraft. The HoloLens is Microsoft’s entry into head-mounted gear, though instead of creating fully immersive virtual reality, HoloLens presents players with something different: augmented reality, or AR. Basically, it means you can see and interact with holograms that are overlaid on the real world.
At the Microsoft press conference at this week’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, Xbox has announced some exciting new equipment and an unexpected partnership. Read More
If you have a kid who likes League of Legends, DOTA 2, or other MOBAs (multiplayer online battle arena games), then pay attention to Gigantic. This upcoming game by Motiga combines shooting guns with fantasy-style attacks to create hectic, exciting group battles. Its defining gameplay feature is the guardian, a giant boss-like creature that moves and fights alongside you. Read More