50w ago - Today we received word from the XCM Team that some new video demos are available showcasing their new Mouse at Rapidfire device in Call of Duty and speed testing in Windows 8.
Some details from their site: Mouse At Rapidfire is the gear you will need, plug and play device, simply plug in your mouse / keyboard to the device and enjoy the game!
Fast fluid high performance with extremely high speed rapid fire enabled on your mouse. This device is compatible with 95% of wired / wireless mouse/keyboard so don't waste your money anymore on expensive gaming mouse and gaming keyboard.
Mouse at Rapidfire offers you the same amount of capability in a gaming mouse and gaming keyboard with a much more reasonable cost, and this little gadget will enhance the FPS firing level too.
Those interested can check out the Mouse at Rapidfire demonstration videos below!
50w ago - MonkeyPaw Games Marketing Manager Ray Almeda announced that Rapid Angel is blessing PlayStation Network with its presence today!
Below are the details, to quote: MonkeyPaw Games is always looking for something to twist your mind a little.
A game that makes you wonder 'who came up with this?'. Luckily, there is no shortage of weird and wonderful curios from the land of Japan.
And today we're pleased to bring you the next of our "subliminally strange but always pleasing" Japanese imports for the PSN section.
Rapid Angel will debut, today, 21st December, at the reasonable price of £3.99/€4.99.
Anime characters set the scene in this captivating action beat 'em up. Choose between three heroines, each with their own fighting style and personality. There is much nuanced charm and detail here.
The gameplay goes back to the old days of running, jumping and fighting, picking up gems and coins for points, and food to replenish your life. The graphics, meanwhile, are very stylish and well-crafted. This combination of side-scrolling fisticuffs and addictive platforming has something special for those with a subtle eye for Japanese ingenuity.
Attention to detail is a mark of every great game and...
109w ago - CCP Game Designer CCP Remnant is back with details on Dust 514's rapid deployment vehicles in the upcoming PS3 video game below.
To quote: DUST 514 is an MMOFPS coming to PS3 with large-scale vehicle and infantry combat taking place in - and with a real time connection to - the EVE Online universe on PC. Players are able to band up into corporations (e.g. guilds) and wage territorial conquest on thousands of planets.
Following is a thematic description of Rapid Deployment Vehicles, or RDVs. The RDVs deliver vehicles to players on the battlefield, provided that they own the vehicle's blueprint, and are skilled for its operation.
The RDVs are AI driven, with a robust pathfinding system that allows them to deploy anywhere on even the largest battlefields. (We will give more insight into the game's vehicle mechanics in a blog post soon.)
A Sky Lift-class RDV delivering a vehicle.
Shrouded in advanced optical stealth and guided by automated networked navigation systems, the J42 "Sky Lift" RDV (Rapid Deployment Vehicle) drone is able to deliver even the heaviest armor, with pinpoint accuracy, anywhere on the battlefield.
The proliferation of this invaluable tech has changed the face of ground warfare in the EVE universe, giving front-line commanders...
156w ago - Just over a month ago Adafruit Industries offered and paid a bounty for an Open Kinect Driver, and today German site VideoGamesZone.de (linked above) reports that running homebrew Kinect applications may soon be possible on PS3 via OtherOS and API OpenNI drivers.
To quote, roughly translated: "Kinect for Xbox 360 might also operate on the PlayStation 3. Thanks to recent API OpenNI Drivers for Windows and Linux could allow PS3 consoles with older firmware with the OtherOS function also Kinect Underground.
The drivers allow access to all Kinect functions. Both the depth sensor and the audio and video capabilities of Kinect would theoretically available on the PlayStation 3.
So far, we have some Kinect videos from amateur hobbyists found, do the fun things with Kinect on the PC. Below are videos of a cool Minority Report-application and a player to come out with invisible Kinect makes.
A video to a Kinect application on the PlayStation 3 we have not found, yet."