"This week saw the announcement of Open-Source Virtual Reality (OSVR), a unique new ecosystem from a range of companies that aims to make virtual reality (VR) content creation much more accessible across different hardware and development tools. The ecosystem is spearheaded by the likes of Razer and Sensics but also has a handful of videogame developers publically supporting it. One such developer is Borderlands creator Gearbox Software. According to Razer, a reveal of just what the team is wo..."

"One developer that has been supporting virtual reality (VR) since the beginning of its revival is nDreams. Two years ago the company released its SkyDIEving demo for the first development kit (DK1) of the Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD). Since that time the studio has also revealed The Assembly for both Oculus Rift and the Project Morpheus PlayStation 4 HMD. It has also announced Perfect Beach for Samsung’s Gear VR and this week launched a demo for Gunner on the same platform. It’s for..."

"“Put your money where you mouth is” is the common motto for any individual or group of people tired of a capitalistic institution. Well, gamers are doing just that. Promoted as the video game rendition of Rotten Tomatoes, BasedGamer is a video game aggregation review site to break down the games, categorize the proper reviews and help gamers make informed decisions."

As many as fifty jobs (ten percent of its workforce) are currently being considered for redundancy at UK developer and publisher Codemasters it has recently been revealed.

"Earlier today a group of hardware manufacturers and software developers made one of the first big virtual reality (VR) related announcement of the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. Razer, along with the likes of Sensics, announced the Open-Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) ecosystem, designed to make VR development accessible. A number of videogame developers are included in the long list of supporters of OSVR but of particular note is Gearbox Software, the developer..."

"There’s no doubt that 2014 was a landmark year for virtual reality (VR) technology. While Oculus VR and its Oculus Rift head-mounted display (HMD) continued to grow, Sony Computer Entertainment entered the industry with the introduction of its Project Morpheus HMD for PlayStation 4 as did Google with Cardboard and Samsung with Gear VR. But despite all of the news to come from VR in 2014, there can be no doubt that 2015 will hold even more. In fact, the Oculus VR recently labelled 2015 as ‘the..."