Digital dice, now this is definitely an idea worth exploring, although purists might think that this is absolutely a lousy idea, considering how some folks have actually taken up the hobby of collecting dice over the course of years. Well, if gaming startup GIC have their way, they will be using E3 as the platform to unleash not the Kraken, but DICE+. DICE+ will retail anywhere from $30 to $40 (the price has yet to be fixed) when available, and what makes it special would be having it covered with LED backlights, delivering anti-cheat roll detection and Bluetooth connectivity. It will be compatible with various operating systems (mobile or otherwise) such as iOS, Android, Symbian, Linux and Windows, although GIC has remained mum as to the kind of platforms that are available for DICE+ to work with at launch. I guess patience is the best virtue to exercise here at this point in time. Check out a video of DICE+ in action after the jump.
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