Microsoft is currently unveiling their newest game system and here is your first look at it. Check out Xbox One. Head to the link below to watch the reveal of this new exciting system live.
Back in February, Sony announced the Playstation 4. While the presentation was a bit lackluster it showed off a beefy new system that will bring a lot to gaming when it hits stores later this year. Now it is Microsoft’s turn. Head to the link below to watch the Live Stream event for the reveal of the newest Xbox. What does Microsoft have in store for us? Well head on over and see for yourself.
As a small token of appreciation from the Thief team to you, the Thief community, here is the very first glimpse of in-engine footage from Eidos-Montréal’s Thief.
The Thief team has been working in the darkest of shadows for so long with an unwavering focus on crafting something special. They never had the opportunity to share their work with those to whom it means the most… Until now.
This animated character is being rendered in real-time on current video card hardware, using standard bone animation. The rendering techniques, as well as the animation pipeline are being presented at GDC 2013, “Next Generation Character Rendering” on March 27.
The original high resolution data was acquired from Light Stage Facial Scanning and Performance Capture by USC Institute for Creative Technologies, then converted to a 70 bones rig, while preserving the high frequency detail in diffuse, normal and displacement composite maps. It is being rendered in a DirectX11 environment, using advanced techniques to faithfully represent the character’s skin and eyes.
March Madness came in like a lion at IndieBundle when we introduced TWO new bundles at one time, our first ever racing bundle and our first all-steam bundle. But it sure isn’t going out like a hare! Instead, the madness just keeps growing:
Ah, the drama of multiplayer gaming.
A new game called 16 Bit Arena is now available on six stores- Amazon.com, GreenManGaming.com (soon), Desura.com, ShinyLoot.com, IndieCity.com, and IndieVania.com- and has been submitted to Steam through its Greenlight process as well. Just released this week, the game is already announcing its first update: character creation.
Everybody’s favorite fourth wall breaking merc with a mouth has a bad day with his best buddy Hydra Bob. Honestly, Deadpool’s bad days aren’t all that different from his good ones.