One of the interesting things that developers have managed to do with the Oculus Rift is make normal games playable in virtual reality mode. It definitely adds a different dimension and creates a more immersive experience. Well if you’ve always wondered what Mario Kart would be like in virtual reality, it seems that someone has decided to try and make that happen.
Developer Wilsonator has created a demo for the game that currently comprises of one basic level. It is the Mario Circuit level from the SNES version, although the developer has promised that additional levels should be made available soon. Basically Mario Kart VR puts players into the kart itself, thus giving you a somewhat first-person perspective of the game, which is typically played from a third-person point of view. Read full post →Mario Kart VR For The Oculus Rift Puts Gamers In The Driver’s Seat
Back in 2013 when Battlefield 4 was released, it was met with a wave of criticism. It wasn’t that the game was bad, it was namely because of the numerous bugs that the developers neglected to iron out which made it difficult to play. In fact EA was hit with several lawsuits due to the buggy nature of the game.
Well back then EA promised that they had learnt their lesson with the Battlefield 4 fiasco and the good news is that they will be taking that lesson and applying it to the upcoming Battlefield: Hardline title. The game is the next title in the Battlefield franchise and it offers gamers a chance to play as the police, which is a nice change of pace compared to the more military theme in previous titles. Read full post →Battlefield: Hardline Won’t Repeat Battlefield 4′s Mistakes