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Last month saw the release of an interesting project from Bandai Namco – titled Rinko Tsukigime’s Longest Day: Short Peace, the game was released with a series of four films that directly tie in to the game’s narrative. It’s a cross-media project the game’s industry rarely sees, but is it something that’s going to catch on? Suda 51 sat down to discuss gaming’s cross-media potential with us.
Looking into today’s technological innovations that will shape the way we play games in the future, games™ 148 jumps headfirst into such visionary enterprises such as wearable tech, haptic input, Steam Machines and augmented reality. Speaking of revolutionary tech, we go behind the scenes with Massive Entertainment building the extraordinary game engine behind Ubisoft’s The Division, look into the past, present and future of Minecraft on its 5th anniversary and discuss whether the death of MMOs is upon us.
games™ was fortunate enough to sit down and chat with Palmer Luckey – the inventor and founder of the Oculus Rift – at this year’s GDC, where he revealed his thoughts on Sony’s rival VR hardware
The virtual reality revolution leads games™ 147. We look into Sony’s Project Morpheus, talk to a post-Facebook buyout Oculus and explore the impact it’ll have on the industry. We also delve headfirst into Batman: Arkham Knight and Mario Kart 8, while finding time to bring you the biggest news, reviews, previews and interviews.