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E3 – Ubisoft want you to be free – And do wierd stuff too!

by Mark Cantyon 14/06/2016
Ubisoft started the week with a range of new looks at upcoming games, from Ghost Recon Wildlands, Watchdogs 2 and For Honor, to Just Dance 17 and Steep. An overall positive and upbeat show, the section on the Assassin's Creed movie fell a little flat in a show about games, but well tried!

E3 2016: What, When & Where to Watch

by Hani Fearonon 12/06/2016
It’s Sunday 12th June and that means one thing for us here at GP, the biggest event on the calendar for the gaming industry is about to kick off. Before the party really gets started, let’s take a look at what we can expect from E3 2016, along with when and where to watch. Taking […]

Sony Undercuts Competition With Vr Pricing

by Andrew Corbanon 16/03/2016
With this year of boxes that you stare into and play video games with in full swing. Sony announced the pricing and release window of its generically named PlayStation VR. The Japanese company held a conference at GDC yesterday where it announced that the PlayStation VR will be priced at a cool $399 which is […]

Mattell Announce the New 3d VR Viewmaster

by GuruMelon 14/02/2015
Geek Pride are ahead of the game! Last month we told you about the fabulous potential of Google Cardboard: cheap and cheerful virtual reality for the masses. In fact, I described it as “half old school Viewfinder, half poor-mans’ Oculus Rift, and completely awesome!” Well today Mattel have announced the launch of their new product, […]

The Best Toy Santa Didn’t Bring You – Google Cardboard

by GuruMelon 09/01/2015
This should have been the biggest toy this Christmas, and I’m amazed that anyone doesn’t own one yet, but then, even if you have heard of Google Cardboard it sounds so ridiculous that most people just think it’s not going to be any good. Cardboard is a DIY folding cardboard smartphone mount allowing you to […]

CDF: Ghostship & Aftermath @ PlayExpo2014

by Lendosanon 28/10/2014
During my glance over the stands and companies attending Play Expo 2014, MAG Studios and their games CDF: Ghostship and Aftermath, I was immediately interested.  CDF: Ghostship is the first in the series, with Aftermath as its sequel.  Let me tell you why.. CDF: Ghostship is a free roaming, first person shooter, with a hint […]

Isometrics: Facebook, Virtual Insanity, Hyperreality and the Oculous Ideological Rift

by David Roseon 15/04/2014
The news of Facebook buying Oculus VR has led to a massive storm of controversy. Isometrics looks at the history of VR and asks what it is that is so powerful about the concept… Welcome to Isometrics, the Visually Radient cybercolumn about the literary world of computer and video games, and this week we dust off […]

PS4 VR Headset to be announced on March 18th?

by James Buckinghamon 10/03/2014
Sony have recently announced a new GDC session for March 18th, and there’s some speculation that the much hyped PS4 Virtual Reality headset will be officially announced. Said to detail the “future of innovation” of the company, Sony’s session will take place between 17:45PM and 18:45PM PST on the 18th March. What is fuelling the fire […]

Oculus Rift Preview; Seeing is Believing

by Matt_Walklateon 26/10/2013
I tested the Oculus Rift the other weekend, and I have to admit; I feel a little guilty now. This sceptic has seen more than enough so-called “revolutionary” videogame peripherals fail miserably in the past; glittery gimmicks hyped way out of proportion that enjoyed their five minutes of fame before being condemned to the scrap […]