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Farpoint review: an embryonic and limited virtual reality experience
Developer Impulse Gear has made an earnest attempt at a VR version of Halo, but the game, and its strange PlayStation Aim Controller, fall short of the target When the GunCon, a plastic replica pistol for the PlayStation console, first launched in December 1995, it came in just one colour: jet (...)
[The Guardian]

Nier: Automata – how a ‘weird game for weird people’ became a sleeper hit
Sometimes it takes a left-field designer and action game about robots that you’re supposed to play over and over again to push sci-fi gaming forward In 2014, game designer Yoko Taro gave a talk about the creative process behind his cult PlayStation 3 title Nier: Replicant. He called the talk (...)
[The Guardian]

Frog 62 hybrid kids’ bike review: fast enough to scare the ducks away
If you want a bike that will inspire a child to cycle, this could be it It is a scenario many cyclists imagine as they gaze at their newborn baby: the day they can start going for bike rides with junior. Not for their child a PlayStation 4 or Snapchat: their offspring will be turning the cranks (...)
[The Guardian]

Dawn of a new era: why the best video games are not about saving the world
Horizon Zero Dawn is a beautiful and exciting adventure, but its most interesting element is that it focuses on the intellectual curiosity of its hero Something has only just occurred to me about Horizon Zero Dawn. The PlayStation 4 action adventure game, set in a post-apocalyptic world (...)
[The Guardian]

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