Insomniac’s Bryan Intihar sat down with Game Informer to give us a preview of the combat in the upcoming PS4 exclusive Spider-Man. This Spidey is like Batman in the Arkham games, armed with a combination of melee, stealth and gadget attacks.
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Co-created by video game critic Angry Joe, Street Fighter: The Miniatures Game is a card-based fighting game with nice pre-painted miniatures as well as stages and interactive props from the series. It has 1v1, 2v2, 3v3, free-for-all and co-op boss modes.
Microsoft Research shows off a tabletop mat that uses capacitive sensors and near-field communication (NFC) to detect the shape and position of objects, as well as touch, and gestures above its surface. It could be used for interactive games and other tangible interfaces.
The Nintendo Switch is a pretty nifty gaming system all on its own, but there are a couple of ways in which it could be improved. LEGO builder vmln8r shows off a few accessories they built to enhance the system. The controller rail is a 3D printed part you can download here.
After a brief public beta, Epic Games’ cartoonish battle royale game is now available for select iOS devices. Fortnite Mobile is still the 100-player free for all mode that’s become so popular, with added conveniences such as auto-aim. An Android port is coming soon.
The PlayStation 4-exclusive enhanced collection of WipEout games now supports the PSVR virtual reality headset. Not only does it make the game more immersive and runs smoothly, it’s also the most natural way to play, letting you look around and ahead of corners.
(PG-13) Silicon Valley VR: Inside the Hacker Hostel is a virtual reality experience for the HTC Vive. It will let you explore the familiar incubator home where the main characters live and work. It has hundreds of interactive objects, games and interactions with the characters.
A great compilation of some of the many rhythm matching games, kicking off with the awesome 1996 PlayStation classic Parappa the Rapper, along with hits like DDR, Beatmania, Samba de Amigo, Rocksmith, and a plethora of obscure titles only found in Japan.
(Spoilers) This music video from the band GUNSHIP serves as a wonderful tribute to the characters in Ready Player One, as told through 16-bit pixel art. The band is also giving away a custom arcade cabinet if you can figure out the secrets hidden in the video. (Thanks Lee!)