Videogames highlights – January 2016

In Depth - A merciless lens pointed on the hot topics, passionate and detailed retrospectives, reflections beyond the appearances Once in a while someone comes out with an apocalyptic prediction that seems destined to turn into reality, like Bird Sister and the others from the 3DM Chinese crew that talk about “uncrackable” DRM technologies two years from now. A PC gaming market with no pirate releases, that from my standpoint means a PC market with no future at all. Bullshit. The future is full of piracy and free games, as much as it is highly unlikely for the virtual reality of expensive helmets by Oculus and company to become something more of a dusty curiosity to exhibit for relatives on Christmas. Really: what kind of self-destructive idiot would put an uncomfortable helmet on to relax with video games?

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ScummVM, update with a bang

News - A succession of fresh, quality news, from inside and outside of the WebBy ending a wait that lasted almost two years, the developers of ScummVM announced the arrival of a new version for the virtual machine preferred by graphic adventure fans: also known as “Lost with Sherlock”, ScummVM 1.8.0 is hailed as one of the most hefty releases ever prepared by the team with the addition of many games and game engines, the substantial update of graphics and sound sub-systems and the availability of new conversions for minor platforms.

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