Strike Vector EX

Strike Vector EX Revives the Aerial Arcade Shooter

Daniel Kayser on Sep 15, 2016 | games

Fast-paced with plenty of high-flying action, Strike Vector EX looks to reinvigorate the aerial shooter genre while adding a few new twists.

Wear out your tactical trigger finger with highly British FPS Blister

Wear out your tactical trigger finger with highly British FPS Blister

Jeremy Peel on Sep 14, 2016 | games

All game developers share a problem: how do you dream up a setting that’s still going to resonate with players when your game comes out, some three or four years later?  That hasn’t been a problem for Item 42, who set their tactical FPS in a United Kingdom that had turned inward and got carried away about the idea of sovereignty. If anything, their setting has become suddenly, worryingly topical.

Enlighten: Real-Time Global Illumination in Unreal Engine 4

Enlighten: Real-Time Global Illumination in Unreal Engine 4

Ellie Stone, Marketing Manager, ARM on Sep 13, 2016 | design

Discover how Enlighten, an advanced global illumination middleware from ARM, is delivering powerful lighting solutions to Unreal Engine developers.

Gnomes & Goblins

Immersion and Interaction Merge in Gnomes & Goblins

Daniel Kayser on Sep 12, 2016 | games vr

We catch up with Wevr to discuss the recently-released free preview of an exciting new VR project that invites viewers into a magical world complete with intelligent, interactive creatures.

Navigate the dreams of a dementia sufferer in ZED

Navigate the Dreams of a Dementia Sufferer in ZED

Jeremy Peel on Sep 12, 2016 | games

Kickstarter is the home of dreams, but rarely so literally as in ZED. In this first-person adventure, which more than met its modest $48,000 crowdfunding goal, you’re invited to explore the impossible, mercurial worlds inside a dying man’s head. You’re shifting mental blockages, reconnecting a dementia sufferer with his memories. The worlds are fading, but the dreamer knows there’s still a way to leave a legacy for the granddaughter he won’t live to meet - if he can only remember it.