Facebook has acquired Beat Games, the maker of the popular virtual reality (VR) music game “Beat Saber”, the social media giant announced Tuesday. Beat Games will operate as an independent studio under Oculus Studios, and continue to support “Beat Saber” on all existing platforms, according to a blog post penned by Facebook AR/VR director of content Mike Verdu.
Day: November 26, 2019
Faux HDR is bad for the industry and bad for consumers, but it keeps happening. ARS T...
Capcom has announced that the third installment into the iconic hack and slash franchise, Devil May Cry 3, will be heading to the Nintendo Switch in early 2020!
Nvidia’s market share grew to 72.92% in Q3, 2019, whittling down AMD’s market share by 5% since Q2, 2019, Jon Peddie Research reports. Both companies enjoyed massive GPU sales growth for the quarter, yet it seems Nvidia was in the best place to capitalise on the quarterly explosion – with nearly three of every four graphics cards sold in those three months coming from the Nvidia skunkworks.
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Two third-party software development kits integrated by over hundreds of thousands of Android apps have been caught holding unauthorized access to users’ data associated with their connected social media accounts.
Ubisoft’s Black Friday sale is offering huge discounts on some of its latest games, and on its merch too. Yes, that’s right, if you’ve been holding of buying that Assassin’s Creed hoody you’ve always wanted, now’s the perfect time to wear your gaming allegiances literally on your sleeve.
Some eagle-eyed posters online have noticed something unusual happening to the Steam Store: around 1000 games have all been simultaneously removed by Valve.
Eight years after release, Portal 2 has received fixes to improve the state of its local multiplayer. The timing would be odd on any other occasion, but is right at home with the formal launch of the new Remote Play Together feature. Now the game is compatible and allows for two players to play in different locations, and only one needs to own the game.