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After Asteroids, Atari Eyeing Tempest and Missile Command Reboots

Written By Kom Limpulnam on Minggu, 29 Maret 2015 | 23.00

Atari is planning to reboot more of its classic games like Tempest and Missile Command, the company has announced.

Earlier this week, Atari launched Asteroid: Outpost, an open world sandbox survival game, in Steam Early Access, and with that announcement the company revealed that the game is part of its new strategy.

"We are going to be teaming up with young and innovative studios to take a refreshing look at each game from our extensive portfolio," Atari Chief Operating Officer Todd Shallbetter said. "Asteroids is the first of a long series of re-births, and we are considering doing the same for our other iconic games such as Warlords, Adventure, Tempest, Missile Command and many more."

Judging by how liberally Asteroid: Outpost interpreted the original top-down shooter, Atari could do anything with updated versions of the games mentioned above.

Shallbetter's statement may also help explain why Atari has recently asked developer Jeff Minter to stop selling his game TxK, which it said is too similar to Atari's Tempest 2000, a game which Minter originally developed.

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Resident Evil 5 Gets Steamworks Instead of Games for Windows Live, New Content

Resident Evil 5 can now use Steamworks on PC instead of Games for Windows Live for its online features, Capcom has announced.

If you purchased the game on Steam, you'll be automatically upgraded to the full Steamworks edition so you don't have to use GFWL anymore. If you originally bought a retail package GFWL version, you can use the GFWL activation code on Steam to redeem the Steamworks-enabled version. The game also has a built-in tool to allow you to transfer save data and Achievements from the GFWL version to Steam.

Sadly, any DLC content you bought directly from Microsoft's GFWL Marketplace store will not carry over to Steam due to the lack of a CD or activation key.

If you want, you can also just keep playing the GFWL you have installed.

The new Steamworks version also adds the Gold Edition content that was released on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Available for $15, the Untold Stories Bundle adds a versus mode, four new costumes, Mercenaries Reunion, and two new story-based chapters.

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Get a Free PlayStation Camera When You Buy a PS4 at Best Buy

If you like streaming yourself playing games on Twitch and don't already own a PlayStation 4, Best Buy has a great deal on Sony's console.

For $400, you'll get the PS4, a copy of The Last of Us Remastered, and a free PlayStation Camera, which usually costs $60. You can find the deal on Best Buy's website here.

Another great PS4 deal this weekend includes one of the biggest exclusive games to hit the console yet. For $400, you can get a PlayStation 4, a copy of Bloodborne, a $20 Amazon gift card, and a copy of The Last of Us Remastered. You can find the deal on Amazon here.

If you're looking for more great offers, check out GameSpot's regular gaming deals posts, which round up the best discounts of the day.

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This Augmented Reality Demo Looks Impressive, But Do You Buy It?

Written By Kom Limpulnam on Minggu, 22 Maret 2015 | 23.00

Magic Leap, a company that has been working on augmented reality, has released the video above, which it says is a fair representation of the kind of technology it will eventually release.

The video is in the first-person perspective, and shows a user doing a variety of mundane things you do on your computer—watching YouTube, checking email—only by interacting with floating 3D objects that appear to be floating in the environment. Eventually, we see what a game might look like, with the user getting up from his seat, picking up a sci-fi gun, and firing at enemies that appear around the room.

If that sounds a little familiar, it's because it's essentially a lot like HoloLens, Microsoft's augmented reality headset, which even mentioned Magic Leap when it revealed the device in January.

According to GameSpot sister site CNET, Magic Leap claims that employees are already playing this game around the workplace.

However, this looks more like a concept video, with 3D effects provided by Weta Workshop (known for its work on the Lord of the Rings movies), and the gun, which seems like a real, physical object in the environment, not part of a simulation.

Magic Leap, which has raised $542 million from Google and others, was supposed to show the demo at the TED conference in Vancouver, but pulled out from the event.

Do you think augmented reality games will ever look this good? Let us know in the comments below.

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Rainbow Six Siege Gameplay Footage Leaks

New gameplay footage of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege has surfaced from the game's closed alpha.

The footage shows the same kind of multiplayer hostage rescue gameplay we've seen when Rainbow Six Siege was first revealed in E3 2014, but on a new level set on a plane. The video also showed how players can set up barriers to block doorways and create cover.

At the time of writing, a version of the video was still live on YouTube, but it's likely to be removed soon.

It seems the original video was posted to the French website Jeuxvideo.com, which has since been taken down. The video was posted to Daily Motion, but was removed from that site as well due to a copyright claim from developer and publisher Ubisoft. A gallery of images that was posted to an imgur gallery was also taken down.

Ubisoft recently announced that players can sign up for a closed alpha of the game, which may explain where the new footage came from.

You can still find a couple of the images as well as more details about the closed alpha on Reddit, but they're from an unofficial source, so take them with a grain of salt.

Siege was announced during E3 in 2014, though it's not altogether a "new" game. It is the game that rose from the ashes of Rainbow Six Patriots, which Ubisoft effectively canceled. It plays a lot like Counter-Strike, with one team trying to save hostages from the enemy team. It made a great impression at E3 with its destructible environments, allowing players to shoot and blow up walls and floors to make their own path.

For more on the game, check out GameSpot's previous coverage of Rainbow Six Siege.

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Bloodbourne, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection, and Pillars of Eternity - New Releases

This week we get Bloodborne, Forza Horizon 2 presents Fast & Furious, Pillars of Eternity, Infinite Crisis, Slender: The Arrival, and Borderlands: The Handsome Collection.

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Get The Order: 1886 for $40

Amazon has a great deal on one of the year's biggest PlayStation 4-exclusive games.

The Order: 1886, which was released only a month ago, is now on sale for $40, down from the standard $60 launch price. You can find the deal here.

Ready at Dawn's cinematic third-person shooter earned middling reviews overall, as you can see in the The Order: 1886 review roundup. GameSpot's review gave it a 5/10 for overlooking the best aspects of its premise in favor of boring storytelling.

Still, if you're curious, this is the cheapest we've seen the game on sale for yet.

Another great offer for PS4 owners this weekend is the current PlayStation Store flash sale, which is offering a large number of games for less than a dollar each.

Looking for more great deals? Check out GameSpot's regular Gaming Deals posts.

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Oculus Says Rift May Not Launch in 2015, But Nothing Has Gone Horribly Wrong

Written By Kom Limpulnam on Minggu, 15 Maret 2015 | 23.01

Oculus founder and inventor of the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset Palmer Luckey previously said that something would have to go "horribly wrong" to prevent the device from an official launch in 2015. Three months into the year, we still don't have a release date.

Did something go horribly wrong? Luckey answered the question while speaking at a SXSW panel.

"I did say that before we made a lot of changes to our roadmap and we've expanded a lot of the ambition we had around the product and what we wanted to do," Luckey said. "Us partnering with Facebook allowed us a lot of things that we wouldn't have been able to do otherwise like hire 300 people to be working on getting the Rift out as quickly as possible at the level we want it.

"I can't comment on the date one way or another in either direction but I can say that nothing is going horribly wrong. Everything is going horribly right."

Luckey commented on whether he feels more pressure to release the Oculus Rift now that Sony and Valve have announced that they will release their own virtual reality headsets in 2016 and 2015 respectively.

Luckey said that it doesn't add more pressure because there "couldn't possibly be more pressure anyway," and that Oculus wants to launch the Rift as soon as possible, but without comprises.

"I do still think that it will be [the best VR headset at any price]," he said. "That could change because that means that there's something even better out there, but I think that's unlikely right now."

You can watch the SXSW panel in the archived Twitch stream above.

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Watch Killing Floor 2's 200 Frames-Per-Second Reload Animations

Developer Tripwire Interactive has released a new developer diary video, which details Killing Floor 2's weapons and perks.

Tripwire president John Gibson explained that one feature unique to Killing Floor 2's weapons are the reload animations. Whereas the average reload animation is 30 frames-per-second, Killing Floor 2's reload animations are highly detailed 200 frames-per-second, which makes them look smooth when you activate the game's special "Zed Time," slow motion ability.

In Killing Floor 2, each perk you choose at the start of a game is paired with a starting primary weapon and a specialized grenade. For example, the commando will start with an AR-15 assault rifle, while the support classes will start with a shotgun.

For more on the game's new weapons and perks, watch the video above.

Starting a month after the events of the first game, Killing Floor 2 takes place on continental Europe, where a virus that turns people into monsters has spread.

Killing Floor 2 is slated for release on PC and PlayStation 4 in 2015. For more on the game, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.

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