Hi friends, how are you? Amit Caesar here. Before we dive into the Matrix and talk about new games, I'd like to briefly expand on a point that's very important to me.
The more I learn about virtual reality and stratified reality, the more I wonder if we're even living in a computer game at all. Virtual reality is bringing us to a state where there is no single reality. And clear reality is becoming a philosophical challenge.
It's important to note for those who don't know that in a few years, the glasses will disappear and the interface will be brain-to-cloud. You can read about companies like Neuralink, for example.
Why am I telling you all this? And how does it relate to games? As simulated and laminated games become more real, the more we lose our grip on reality. As someone who has been following the field since its early days in Israel, I can certainly see the evolution by watching the developers and games that are coming out. So let's move on to that.
Games! Sporeland, the exclusive Oculus VR game from Insomniac Games, is coming to the Rift platform on November 14. In anticipation of the big day, Insomniac released a new video featuring the ongoing content of the first-person VR adventure, which promises to mix the world with weekly drops of new challenges and environments.
The game, which boasts two-player co-op as well as single-player and two-player drop-in/drop-out support, is likely to include several biomes to explore, including old-growth forests, deserts, rainforests, alien mushroom domes, and volcanic areas. All of these are dotted with man-made technology that has been left to crumble in its mysterious absence.
According to an Oculus blog post, the studio will release more teasers ahead of its November 14 launch, so we'll know more soon.
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They throw the Doctor in time to the end of the universe. A virus threatens to tear reality itself. The goal is to embark on a journey across both familiar and peculiar worlds to restore a series of powerful crystals that can fix space and ultimately save the universe itself.
The game Doctor or End of Time is a storytelling adventure game, puzzle and horror, with a strong emphasis on object interaction, problem solving and visual atmosphere.
The game hears the authentic voice of the thirteenth Doctor (Judy Whitaker) and Nicholas Briggs as the voice of the Daleks. Digital producer for Doctor Who and writer Gavin Collinson is behind the story of the game.
The article was written by Amit Caesar and Bard
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