Hey guys, this week your news is gonna come at you a bit more content heavy than usual. In case you didn’t know, this last weekend has seen the biggest annual comic convention seen in the world play out: San Diego Comic-Con International(or SDCC for short). On top of the news that had already been reported prior to this event, a whole lot more was debuted at Comic-Con. So, this week were are doing a Comic-Con Special Edition of This Week in News, featuring double the amount of stories that are usually featured. Believe me, I would have included more if I wanted to, but that would just mean an even bigger wall of text for you to wade through than is already on offer. In saying that, enjoy this week’s eyeball bonanza!
Once the realm of Co-Op play was dragging a mate around to yours and playing spilt screen. Many gamers want to return to these days. I want to see the future of coming home and joining mates that have been playing for hours and just slotting into the game like I was there from the start. Or jumping on at work or while away from my console and helping out mates through mobile devices.
As the rawDLC ranks continue to grow, local Sydney writer Alex Raso steps forward to take a look at the next annual Magic the Gathering card game on PC, will it manage to beat last years excellent experience? Read on to find out!
Ahoy everyone, and welcome to your weekly dose of news for the past week. This week’s news sees a range of topics covered, so if you like news about angry former dictators, new gameplay footage of hotly anticipated games, and studio and publisher news, keep on reading. Sound off in the comments below with your opinions on the offerings this week and/or if you feel something important has been missed. Enjoy!
Ahh the Oculus Rift. Some hail it as a feat of engineering and the next big step in the world of gaming. Others see it as that thing that made them throw up the one time they used it to play Mirror’s Edge.
Over the last 2 weeks I have been visiting the University of Technology to participate in an experiment involving the Oculus Rift. My cheeks, eyebrows, neck, fingers and heart were all hooked up to some biometric sensors to monitor all of my reactions, and the game I played was Halflife 2.
If you are a regular here at rawDLC you may have stumbled across the forums, regular comment contributors (I’m looking at you Chad) or seen one of their own articles under the Crew View catagory. All of this content comes out of our tireless team of fans that live over at the Crew homepage. But where did they all come from? Crew leader Matthew White has kindly stepped forward to give us some insight into the long history of this awesome group of people.