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    Top 5 Skyrim Mods of the Week - Skyrim In Space!

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    Cam and Seb upgrade Kevin VanNord to astronaut status as they blast off into outer space in search of new Skyrim mods.

     

    Source: GameSpot


    EA CEO thinking about virtual reality experiences, but not necessarily for the Oculus Rift

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    Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson said that the publisher is thinking about what kind of virtual reality experiences it wants to deliver, but didn't say for sure if Oculus Rift maker Oculus VR would be the partner.

     

    "The thing I challenge my team to [do] right now is, 'Listen, there's clearly a desire to add a modality of play to the three we're currently focused on,” Wilson said during a panel at the SXSW convention in Austin, Texas, Polygon reports.

     

    According to Wilson, the three modalities are “lean back,” meaning the living room, console experience, “lean in,” meaning the PC, specifically real-time strategy and role-playing games, and “lean over,” as in leaning over your phone or other mobile devices.

     

    Wilson said that when he looks at VR devices he sees a new kind of “get in” modality, which could be delivered through a headset like the Oculus Rift (or maybe Sony’s VR device), but also possibly with “some hologram that evolves out of your living room floor.”

     

    Wilson said he doesn't know who the technology partner that will deliver that experience will be, but that he’s challenging his team to think about the “experiences that deliver on the promise and the fantasy of being inside a video game."

     

    A veteran of EA Sports, Andrew Wilson was appointed CEO of EA back in September in 2013.

     

    Emanuel Maiberg is a freelance writer. You can follow him on Twitter @emanuelmaiberg and Google+.

    Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email [email protected]

     

    Source: GameSpot


    Kingdom Hearts survey wants you to help shape the future of the franchise

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    A post on the Kingdom Hearts Facebook page has invited fans of the series to fill out a survey that will help “shape the future of Kingdom Hearts.”

     

    In addition to asking for you basic information and gaming habits, the survey delves deep into your thoughts about the Kingdom Hearts games. It asks what your first Kingdom Hearts game was, why you bought it, what you like about the franchise, which is your favorite, how difficult you think it is, how you’d describe it to a friend, whether you’re more of a Square Enix or Disney fan, and much more.

     

    It also seems that Square Enix is using the survey to help shape future special editions and preorder bonuses. There are a fair amount of questions about which games you ordered, if you preordered for any particular bonus, and what kind of preorder bonuses you’d like to see in new Kingdom Hearts games, a key chain Key Blade, statue, Manga, and many other options.

     

    The survey will be open until March 14, 11:59pm PST.

     

    In January, Square Enix denied rumors that Kingdom Hearts III and Final Fantasy XV are coming out later this year, and given the early look we had at Kingdom Hearts III last year, it seems highly unlikely that the game has any chance of coming out before 2015.

     

    Emanuel Maiberg is a freelance writer. You can follow him on Twitter @emanuelmaiberg and Google+.

    Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email [email protected]

     

    Source: GameSpot


    Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes - Ask GameSpot

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    By GameSpot,

    Peter Brown is fresh from playing Kojima's upcoming tactical espionage operation Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and is answering your questions about it on this episode of Ask GameSpot.

     

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    Microsoft wants targeted political ads on Xbox Live dashboard, courting conservatives

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    Microsoft wants politicians to pay for targeted ads that will appear on the Xbox Live dashboard and other Microsoft products.

     

    The Washington Post reports that Microsoft officials were handing out promotional materials for this purpose this Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), an annual conference for conservative activists and elected official in the United States.

     

    The ads would appear on the Xbox Live dashboard and target different users by combining their Microsoft user IDs and other public data to build a profile of Xbox users. Using this data, ad campaigns can then be directed at specific demographics or congressional districts.

     

    According to The Washington Post, Microsoft says that 38 percent of its 25 million Xbox Live subscribers in the US are women, 40 percent are married, and more than half have children. Microsoft is apparently “particularly aggressive” in selling its ability to reach women, Latinos, and millennials.

     

    Xbox Live and games in general are no strangers to politics. During the 2012 presidential elections, Xbox Live launched a nonpartisan Election Hub in collaboration with Rock the Vote, NBCnews.com, and YouGov. During his 2008 presidential campaign, Barack Obama also took out ads within Burnout Paradise.

     

    Emanuel Maiberg is a freelance writer. You can follow him on Twitter @emanuelmaiberg and Google+.

    Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email [email protected]

     

    Source: GameSpot


    Infamous: Second Son preorders beating The Last of Us

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    Preorders for Infamous: Second Son in the UK have exceeded the preorder numbers The Last of Us had at this point in the run up to its launch, Sony has confirmed.

     

    Sony Computer Entertainment UK product manager Josh Walker told MCV that Infamous: Second Son is “benefiting from the goodwill and buzz surrounding the PlayStation 4 and expect Second Son to be the biggest game in the Infamous series to date.”

     

    We don’t know the exact numbers, but we do know that Sony sold more than 3.4 million copies of The Last of Us in less than a month after it launched.

     

    Infamous: Second Son, which requires a 24GB install, launches exclusively for the PS4 on March 21.

     

    For more on the game, check out our recent preview, and our breakdown of the different preorder bonuses you’ll get from different retailers.

     

     

     

    Emanuel Maiberg is a freelance writer. You can follow him on Twitter @emanuelmaiberg and Google+.

    Got a news tip or want to contact us directly? Email [email protected]

     

    Source: GameSpot


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