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A look ahead to gaming in 2017

2016 has been a bit of a mixed-bag for gamers. Although it’s seen the release of some great games and impressive VR hardware, there’ve been several disappointments; mainly in the form of uninventive sequels retreading all-too-familiar ground. In this blog post, we look ahead to 2017 and speculate on what it holds in store.
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Are high frame rates the be-all and end-all? We think so.

A game’s frame rate is a measure of the speed at which individual frames (or complete still images) are displayed per second. Essentially it reflects how often the image you see on screen is refreshed to produce simulated movement/motion. Hence why a higher frame rate will always produce smoother, more fluid motion on screen.
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The top 10 VR titles that should be on your Christmas list this year...

With Black Friday approaching and VR manufacturers planning considerable discounts on both hardware and games, now is a good time to make the VR leap. Here is a roundup of our 10 favourite VR titles so far. All of them are available for purchase through Steam, the platform of choice for our gaming systems, who are also holding Black Friday sales this weekend!
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Augmented and Virtual Reality: What's the difference?

During an interview with Good Morning America on 14th September, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared his views that he saw more of a future in augmented reality, rather than virtual reality. "My own view is that augmented reality is the larger of the two, probably by far, because this gives the capability for both of us to sit and be very present talking to each other, but also have other things visually for both of us to see," Cook said. "Maybe it's something we're talking about, maybe it's someone else here that is not here, present, but could be made to appear to be present with us. So there's a lot of really cool things there”.
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SCORPIO vs. NEO: How the rumoured consoles’ specs stack up…

Microsoft revealed that the launch of Project Scorpio would be some time during "holiday 2017", so we would expect to see it on the shelves October/November time next year. The PS4 Neo is expected to arrive considerably sooner. Sony has announced that their “PlayStation Meeting” will take place on 7th September, this will likely be the platform they use to officially unveil Neo. Rumour has it that they will be available to buy in October this year alongside the launch of PlayStation VR…
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