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  1. Yesterday at the Windows 10 Live Event, Microsoft unveiled their new project, Windows Holographic that will allow users to jump into digital content via augmented reality and not the rumored virtual reality. Microsoft's Alex Kipman spoke about their new adventure into AR with what they are calling the Microsoft Hololens. "We’re not talking about putting you into virtual worlds. Virtual reality might not be for everyone, we’re dreaming beyond virtual worlds," explained Kipman who also detailed that video games will be playing a key role in the use of the Microsoft Hololens. A video showcasing the Microsoft Hololens shows the user playing Minecraft with the Microsoft Hololens in his living room using 3D holograms. The Microsoft Hololens does not appear to be strictly for gaming. The video also showcases users using the technology for conference calls, help with work or in the case of the video plumbing, assisting each other with designs, and more. Video via IGN via VR Focus Click here to view the article
  2. Microsoft's Alex Kipman spoke about their new adventure into AR with what they are calling the Microsoft Hololens. "We’re not talking about putting you into virtual worlds. Virtual reality might not be for everyone, we’re dreaming beyond virtual worlds," explained Kipman who also detailed that video games will be playing a key role in the use of the Microsoft Hololens. A video showcasing the Microsoft Hololens shows the user playing Minecraft with the Microsoft Hololens in his living room using 3D holograms. The Microsoft Hololens does not appear to be strictly for gaming. The video also showcases users using the technology for conference calls, help with work or in the case of the video plumbing, assisting each other with designs, and more. http://youtu.be/QRQv74J7oSk Video via IGN via VR Focus
  3. Halo: The Master Chief Collection consists of every title that Master Chief has ever been in; Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Edition, Halo 2, Halo 3, and Halo 4. If you are looking to play the shitacular awesome Halo 3: ODST and perhaps what is the more better attempt at telling a story without Master Chief; Halo: Reach, then you need to fire up your Xbox 360. Each of the titles received some sort of graphical upgrade with the most attention going to Halo 2 due to the release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection being the 10 year anniversary of Halo 2. Never before seen cutscenes were added to Halo 2 that extend the time of the game and you can also swap between the old graphics of Halo 2 and the new upgraded high resolution graphics as you play comparing not only the old graphics, but also the additional cutscenes that were added with the old Halo 2. This "on the fly" graphic swap feature is also available in Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary Edition. Both Halo 3 and Halo 4 are already considered to have HD graphics so they did not receive the same treatment as their prior counterparts, however there is a slight difference in comparison to lighting, shadows, and minor details. The missions of each game play the same as their previous releases with one minor change. You no longer have to play through the story in order from start to finish. All of the missions of each of title are available at the start up menu and you can play them in any order on any difficulty and with a co-op partner. Unfortunately where The Master Chief Collection takes a turn for the worse is the bug ridden multi-player. There are so many well publicized issues with the multi-player that have been plaguing Halo: The Master Chief Collection that I do not even know where to begin and could not even complete a review of the multi-player. 343 Industries and Microsoft boasted that all of the Halo games in this collection would have their multi-player modes brought over which the thought of reliving the days of Halo 2 multi-player nearly brought me to happy tears. However after multiple attempts at matchmaking to relive my glory days only proved to be a disappointment due to horrible matchmaking times and server connection issues, I gave up. The same with the other lobbies for the other multi-player modes. I was either able to join and then the server failed or I just sat in a lobby waiting for a period of time before I just ended matchmaking. To this day, I have not been able to complete a multi-player match. As a response to the heat that 343 Industries and Microsoft has felt since the November launch of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, it was announced that those that played from day one through December 19th will be receiving a copy of Halo 3: ODST for free as DLC when it releases onto the Xbox One, an exclusive in game nameplate, an exclusive in game avatar, and one month of Xbox Live gold as a thank-you for sticking it out. If you are looking to relive that nostalgic feeling of the original Xbox days or just looking to replay through the Halo story before Halo 5: Guardians releases, then I'd say this is for you. However, if you are a hardcore online Halo fan who is looking to jump directly into the multi-player of your favorite Halo modes; old and new, then you may want to wait until this game is fixed otherwise you may end up tossing your controller across the room or at the very least wasting $59.99.
  4. Elder Scrolls Online is available for pre-order on PC/MAC in Digital or Retail Editions, and Playstation 4/Xbox One in Retail Editions. There is a Standard Edition and Imperial Edition. The Standard Edition is going for $59.99 and includes 5 Days Early Access, and 30 Days of Included Game Time. The Imperial Edition is going for $79.99 and includes 5 Days Early Access, 30 Days of Included Game Time, and all of these additions: Play as an Imperial Become an Imperial and play in any Alliance. Gain unique bonuses, crafting styles, gear and more Imperial White Horse Summon this exclusive Imperial mount and journey through Tamriel with increased speed. Craft Imperial Gear Ability to craft Imperial style when crafting gear. Transform Into Imperial Gear Transform any gear you own into Imperial styled gear. Rings of Mara Complete the Ritual of Mara with a friend and receive an experience bonus when you play together. Mudcrab Vanity Pet Explore Tamriel with this exclusive vanity pet scuttling along by your side. Both Pre-Orders Include: The ability to play any race in any alliance.Scuttler Vanity PetBonus Treasure MapsAfter the initial 30 days of included game time your subscription will cost $14.99. http://elderscrollsonline.com Click here to view the article
  5. The Standard Edition is going for $59.99 and includes 5 Days Early Access, and 30 Days of Included Game Time. The Imperial Edition is going for $79.99 and includes 5 Days Early Access, 30 Days of Included Game Time, and all of these additions: Play as an Imperial Become an Imperial and play in any Alliance. Gain unique bonuses, crafting styles, gear and more Imperial White Horse Summon this exclusive Imperial mount and journey through Tamriel with increased speed. Craft Imperial Gear Ability to craft Imperial style when crafting gear. Transform Into Imperial Gear Transform any gear you own into Imperial styled gear. Rings of Mara Complete the Ritual of Mara with a friend and receive an experience bonus when you play together. Mudcrab Vanity Pet Explore Tamriel with this exclusive vanity pet scuttling along by your side. Both Pre-Orders Include: The ability to play any race in any alliance. Scuttler Vanity Pet Bonus Treasure Maps After the initial 30 days of included game time your subscription will cost $14.99. http://elderscrollsonline.com
  6. A representative for Microsoft confirmed the $59.99 price tag of Xbox One first party games to Polygon. "I can confirm that Microsoft Studios games on Xbox One will be $59.99 (MSRP)," stated the representative to Polygon. While Sony has yet to release the prices of what PS4 games will be selling for, Sony's CEO Jack Tretton hinted to CNBC back in February that they planned on selling games for $60. "We're going to welcome free-to-play models, games from $.99 up to those $60 games," Tretton told CNBC. Despite Sony not confirming their prices for PS4 first party or third party games, Amazon and Gamestop pre-orders have both Xbox One and PS4 first party games listed for $59.99.
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