The long rumored mid-January Nintendo Direct was finally released this morning and brought with it a slew of new announcements for the Nintendo Switch. This short 15 minute video details new game announcements as well as a host of remakes and remasters due out in the first half of 2018. The full Nintendo Direct can be viewed here. To read up on all of the announcements keep reading below.
Today at the Consumer Electronics Show, HTC showed off it’s high end HTC Vive Pro headset. This marks the first real departure from the core HTC Vive that the company has announced since it first came to market.
“There’s a clear need in the VR market for a premium VR experience with high resolution display, integrated audio and the best components available today in a headset,” said VIVE US general manager Daniel O’Brien. “Vive Pro offers an immediate upgrade for both VR enthusiasts and enterprises that want to utilize the best VR experience.”
The new Vive Pro headset will feature dual OLED screens running at a 2880×1600 resolution and comes equipped with noise cancelling microphone, two front facing cameras and a fully redesigned head strap.
There is currently no announcements of pricing or release.
Prepare to exclaim: “Bingo! Dino-DNA!” when Jurassic World Evolution stomps onto the gaming landscape next year.
Announced during Microsoft’s pre-Gamescom Presser, the new park-building game will see intrepid players building and managing their own versions of the titular park from the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World films. Continue reading “Life Will Find a Way in New ‘Jurassic World’ Sim”
In a follow up to last year’s mega-popular NES Classic, Nintendo has officially revealed their new throwback console the Super NES Classic.
Comcast Corp.’s NBC Sports has announced that they will be televising a $100,000 prize pool open tournament for Psyonix’s Rocket League this summer, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The ground will tremble with the might of giants again in 2018.
The monster slaying saga continues next year with the announcement of Monster Hunter World.
Looks like Activision and Bungie’s Destiny series will be receiving some competition next year with Anthem, EA and Bioware’s new IP.
The follow up to 2015’s charming Ori and the Blind Forest was officially shown off at today’s Microsoft E3 Press Event.
During Microsoft’s E3 press conference, Microsoft pulled back the curtain on it’s powerful new Xbox One X. Formerly referred to by it’s code name Project Scorpio this console has become the most powerful console available.