I'm a bit miffed by them getting it. Their 3D chocolate printer is far from impressive, which makes me wonder what the competition was like.
Though 125k is probably pocket change even for NASA.
Perhaps it's valid for the windows/microsoft/metro whatever it is called store as well.
Also, I kind of came in and out. Was there any talk of subscription to Xbox Live itself (or whatever the predecessor is)? Or if I get a One, is it all free?
No mention. Just that Xbox live is still around in some form.
2 things that apparently came out at the after event interviews were no backwards compatibility and no always on.
@playastation: the deal for most people is that the majority of the conference did not discuss what it does for gaming. The first actual hour is only about the tv stuff.
The last 20 min were about games and even then they showed nothing, just trailers, not even a shiver if actual gameplay.
For people who want a gaming console, this was a terrible conference.
It just ended.
and it was not good you could say. Unless you really like watching television.
This is probably the best episode of Still Untitled so for.
Everyone had a pretty equal part in the conversation and had something interesting to bring to it.
copy paste of the video description:
Blue Marble (http://jaywalkersinteractive.com) is an awesome new demo for the Oculus Rift that allows you to choose a soundtrack and experience a space walk around the earth. The experience is really incredible with the rift on, the visuals are great and you really get a sense of isolation that I'm sure doesn't come through the video. I chose the song "The Normandy Reborn" from Mass Effect 2 on a whim and was really surprised at how well it meshed together with the experience.
One day, I'm going to shave my beard and you guys are going to lose your shit.
PS, the guy holding the kite on that cover is frequent Tested contributor, Nathan Edwards.
Love that you guys were about to get to do this, though i'd prefer that you'd drop the acting and pretending in segements. This isn't TV after all.
I had to turn it off after a couple of seconds, while i knew about this already my brain still can't handle it.
@will: That may be the case but my laptop did not magically upgrade itself over the last 2 years.
I don't mind you guys discussing it, i would just prefer you to say when you are going to do it before hand. It really caught me off guard.
@norman for the love of god, do not yell out end game spoilers like that.
Granted Portal 2 has been out for quite some time but not everyone has played it yet ( and by that i mean me).
Announce that you are going to talk about a spoiler before doing it.
@GTFShadow: that video was... something.
The content of this videos is pretty underwhelming.
What i'm surprised about it that this video is available in 1080p in 3D. They really wanted this to look impressive i guess.
I assume mainly because on the Microsoft blog they explicitly mention it.
I agree that it seems a bit silly to put in the title though, especially for the Endgadget audience. Pcgamer did the same.
Probably is them trying to add as many buzz word in their title as they can.
@SLUSHIE: He goes in about how it all works in the second video.
You would be able to walk fine (after you get up to speed with the station). The big thing that would be different is when you hoist things or jump say "up" due to the coriolis effect, you would land "ahead" of where you jumped.
As if what some people manage to pull off in KSP is not incredible enough, HOCgaming decided to make an anti gravity craft for future kerbal space exploration using only stock parts.
the final result:
Not too fond of the pose i have to say, I was hoping for something more interesting.
@kim_a: Do tell us more about the "cheese council".
@RustySpoon: it was late...