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Throwing out the rule book: The aches and pains of developing for VR

After years of anticipation, VR is finally launching in the coming months. And while there are some exciting games on the horizon for the tech, making these experiences has been anything but easy. Developing titles for VR has come with a long list of challenges that studios in the sector …

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PS3 shooter Dust 514 going offline

Developer CCP has said that it is calling time on online PS3’s EVE-themed shooter Dust 514. In its place will arrive an in-development and untitled PC project that will build on what the defunct shooter tried to offer. Dust 514 will be shut down on May 30th. We are very …

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All Oculus Rift pre-orders come with EVE: Valkyrie

Those who pre-order the Oculus Rift will get space shooter Eve: Valkyrie for free. All Rift pre-orders will be bundled with CCP’s space combat game. The title is debuting on Oculus Rift, before coming to PlayStation VR at a later point. Of course, that’s not all that will be coming …

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CCP has given EVE’s ship browser ‘ISIS’ a new name

Until now the ship browser tool within MMO title EVE Online has been known as the ‘Interbus Ship Identification System’. The acronym for which is very unfortunate. That’s all changed, however, with players recently discovering that an update to the game has given the ISIS screen a new name – …

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EVE dev CCP gets $30m virtual reality injection

CCP has won itself investment to the tune of $30m to ensure it is ahead of the VR wave. The company currently has two virtual reality titles in development – Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR launch title EVE: Valkyrie, due out in the spring, and Gunjack, which is hitting Gear …

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Paradox acquires CCP’s White Wolf Publishing

Paradox has acquired World of Darkness publisher White Wolf from CCP in an all-cash deal. Tobias Sjgren, who previously held the role of business development at Paradox, will lead the newly acquired company. Paradox said its new subsidiary would work independently from the publisher, with its own dedicated team. White …

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