Microsoft has filed two patent applications showing a Kinect-like device working with a mobile camera, and one for movie editing for “living room movie creation.” The later allows for movies that can be “directed, captured, and edited using a system that includes a depth camera,” and real-life objects can be used “as virtual props.” The filings are through here and here, and the link to Joystiq above explains both a bit more.
Spend two minutes with this Assassin’s Creed Origins live action trailer and you may be sold on the game’s vision.
Tekken 7 developer Namco saw that nobody actually played tutorials in fighting games, so it decided to include the tutorial into the story mode.
Star Wars: Battlefront 2 beta - 1080p 60fps is easily achievable on a mid-range PC, beating consoles in several areas - report
The Star Wars: Battlefront 2 beta looked great and ran okay on consoles, and it’s even more of a treat on PC.
Microsoft has patented new tech that projects 3D game environments across your room, known simply as ‘environmental display’, CVG reports.
Sony Computer Entertainment America has filed a trademark for Bloodborne. The trademark is for “computer game software; downloadable computer game software via a global computer network and wireless devices; video game software.” It was filed on April 24. At present there’s nothing more on this available, but Siliconera suggests it’s something that could be announced […]
A Watch Dogs trademark which nearly slipped out of Ubisoft’s grasp thanks to a fake abandonment request has been fully reinstated.