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Unreal Engine 4 Xbox One and PS4 support live

Unreal Engine 4 Xbox One and PS4 support live

This week the folks behind Unreal Engine 4 have made clear their very real and live intent to take on the console universe. Both the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One have been added to Unreal Engine 4’s software suite, allowing console games for the next wave to take part in this engine’s graphics greatness.

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Watch Dogs skill trees: hacking, crafting, driving, combat

Watch Dogs skill trees: hacking, crafting, driving, combat

Earlier this month, SlashGear attended a several-hours-long early gameplay session with Ubisoft for the game Watch Dogs. In this session we were given the opportunity to take a relatively in-depth look at how Watch Dogs is going to play out. Our demo session gave us ample time to investigate how we’re going to be customizing our character Aiden Pearce throughout the game, giving him hacking skills and abilities as we go.

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Project Morpheus meetings begin: invite only

Project Morpheus meetings begin: invite only

One of what we must assume will be a series of meetings around the world with developers and prospective collaborators has been tapped in London for Sony’s Project Morpheus. Morpheus is a device that allows eye and ear immersion in a PlayStation 4-based virtual reality, this system shown off for the first time this year at GDC, the Game Developers Conference in California. This first meeting will be held with the Develop group in Soho, London.

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Apple Should Buy Sony’s PlayStation Division

Apple Should Buy Sony’s PlayStation Division

Apple has well over $100 billion in cash, which is making many people across the globe wonder what the company should do with all that money. Investors would like to see it come back in larger dividends, while analysts believe it’s time for Apple to make some major moves and buy up smaller companies. Still others say Apple should do nothing with the cash and be content just holding on to it for security’s sake.

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