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.
The 2017 Golden Joystick Awards winners have been announced, with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild taking home the ultimate prize.
This is some rather great news for Titan Quest: Anniversary players.
It appears the decision to temporarily remove microtransactions from Star Wars Battlefront 2 was due to pressure from Disney.
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.