Last Of Us 2 Director Teases That Final Scene Has Been Shot

The Last of Us Part II director Neil Druckmann has teased on Twitter that the ending scene of the game has now been shot. Whether this means that all motion capture work for the actors is complete or not is unclear, but it’s still exciting to hear that it’s all coming together. Just shot this scene… so… 😔 pic.twitter.com/uyjbpTdfxC Sony won’t […]

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Heaven's Vault review: In search of lost time

The wood is weather-worn, rough edges smoothed by untold hundreds of years spent floating through space, but still a few symbols remain, meticulously carved into the surface. It’s a few words, I think, and the wood was part of a prow—the only remaining bit of a long-lost shipwreck. But I can’t quite make out what it says. I recognize a […]

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20 Projects Selected for CreativeXR’s Second Year

In January Digital Catapult and Arts Council England began the application process for the second year of CreativeXR, an accelerator programme for immersive content prototypes. Today, they’ve announced the 20 successful candidates to receive funding and mentorship. The 20 teams will each receive £20,000 of funding and access to immersive facilities and industry mentors, allowing them to focus on R&D to create riskier, content-driven […]

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Capcom Home Arcade is a plug-and-play arcade stick with 16 games

Capcom is getting in on the “classic” game, announcing the Capcom Home Arcade, a €229.99 plug-and-play arcade system featuring support for two players, and including 16 classic titles. If that price seems high to you, relative to emulator-based offerings from Nintendo, or even the FPGA-based solutions from Analogue, then … you’d be right. In exchange for your roughly $260 US […]

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