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Google dreams big on VR

After toying with virtual reality with its Cardboard project, tech giant Google has finally launched a ‘proper’ virtual reality platform: Daydream. Announced at the company’s annual IO event, Daydream is a phone-based VR platform, much like the Samsung Gear VR. Unlike Gear, which only works with some Samsung phones, the …

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Virtual reality is here… Now what?

With PlayStation VR having arrived along with Oculus and Vive, the virtual reality revolution has begun. But how can developers help shape the future of the technology?

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Is PlayStation going to dominate VR?

After years of hype and promise, VR finally became a reality for consumers in 2016. The year kicked off with the PC-based and expensive Oculus Rift and HTC Vive headsets rolling out. And in just a few weeks virtual reality is coming to the console space in the form of …

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PlayStation will lead premium VR market, say developers

Game makers have said that Sony’s PlayStation VR could become the sector’s market leader. Speaking to MCV, studios said that due to its comparatively low price point of 349, and the requirement of a 259 PS4, the hardware could quickly outsell its premium rivals – Oculus’ 549 Rift and HTC …

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MCV Jobs Weekly: nDreams bolsters its teams

There are six new hires at the VR firm’s publishing arm and Let’s Play Video Games emerges from Destructoid UK’s ashes. nDreams strengthensits teams The British VR developer and publisher has announced a big round of hiring, with 13 new members joining its development and publishing teams. The publishing arm …

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nDreams: We want to be the Ubisoft of VR publishing

At the start of the year, nDreams announced that it was going to be publishing third-party virtual reality games. Now it has announced its first partner in this new venture – Paw Print Games and its currently-unnamed VR title.We talk to nDreams CEO Patrick O’Luanaigh about this new deal, as …

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