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March 2016: Funding ran out

The biggest one was saying, "You're a victim of the 'not invented here' syndrome.We went to a VR meetup group here in Seattle put on my "Chronos VR", and gave our first public demo. read more

Tom Clancy's The Division Review -

The Division is a very interesting game.It's a mongrel, and being a mongrel is what gives it the soaring highs as well as the flaws. read more

Fallout 4 Automatron: How to trigger the DLC, crafting robots, and materials you'll need -

The first DLC for Fallout 4 is here, and with it you can build and control you very own robot pal!If it's installed properly it'll be listed as an add-on in the game's home screen menu. read more

Ancient shopping lists point to widespread Bible-era literacy

The contents were mundane, mainly concerning food supplies, but they provide evidence of literacy that could inform the debate about when major Biblical texts were written.But Eliashib and his colleagues in the Arad military fortress provide some evidence that literacy in this era may have been more widespread than previously thought. read more

The No-OOP back to basics experiment

You'll scour the internet and you find all sorts of patterns and paradigms, you'll love them and start applying them everywhere.If they don't fit the problem, you'll make it fit god damn it, silver bullets everywhere. read more

Cassini uld provide breakthrough in hunt for Planet Nine ()

Scientists working with data captured by Nasa's Cassini spacecraft have identified a region of the Solar System that they say is most likely to conceal Planet Nine.Payne of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics analysed data recorded by Cassini about its relative position to ground stations on the Earth during its investigation of Saturn. read more

PS4 Exclusive Horizon: Zero Dawn Set To Have A Robust Progression System

The progression system in Horizon: Zero Dawn is set to be robust allowing you to customize how you want Aloy (the main character) to play like.Gamereactor had a chance to interview David Ford who is the lead quest designer for Horizon: Zero Dawn. read more

Dragon Quest XI Confirmed For NX Once Again, Possible Simultaneous Release

There was plenty of talk about the game coming to the Nintendo NX as well and it sounds like that is definitely happening now.Alongside the reveal of Dragon Quest XI, it was stated that the game was also set to come to the Nintendo NX as well. read more

Horizon: Zero Dawn Guide: Which Cauldrons Unlock Machine Override Abilities?

Guerrilla Game’s latest title, Horizon: Zero Dawn, features a vast world to explore that is full of many different types of machines that are based on different animals and dinosaurs.We already explained to you how you can override machines in the game in another guide, which plays a big part in the experience, but there is a way for you to unlock the ability to override the much tougher machines as well. read more

Mass Effect: Andromeda Multiplayer Launches with Five Maps and 25 Characters

Almost no one expected Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer to be as big or as well received as it was.The mode is back with Mass Effect: Andromeda multiplayer, presenting a much improved take on the fan-favorite game mode. read more

Prey Minimum & Recommended PC System Requirements Revealed

Next month will finally see the release of Bethesda and Arkane Studios’ Prey, bringing the years-long wait to an end.Thankfully, the minimum and recommended PC system requirements for the game have been revealed, giving you time to figure out if you should fork over the cash for the PC version. read more

Square Enix Announces Pictlogica: Final Fantasy for 3DS

Those tasks allow characters taken from the 15 mainline Final Fantasy entries and some spin offs to perform different actions during battles, like attacking enemies.In fact, players will be able to form teams of up to four characters to fight enemies in groups. read more