EA is finally facing a lawsuit from former NFL players that was first kicked off five years ago.
Takes force feedback to a new dimension.
Engineers at the University of Utah have developed a new form of haptic feedback: skin-stretching.
Fight Night 4 has landed with all the force of George Foreman being dropped fist-first on to your console from the top of a small building. With a tonne of new modes and some changes to the control system, the only question is; Are you ready to rumble? We find out.
The haptic 3D motion controller, the Novint Falcon, is set to launch on consoles in the near future after gaining support for more games.
The sequel to the best skateboarding game of last year is inbound and this time the street-surfing is set in the earthquake-torn city of San Vanelona. With the ability to get off the board and move the props around though, could Skate be straying too far from the proven formula?
Another year, another Tiger Woods golf game - but is this year's instalment worth more than just a box art update and name refresh? We check out Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2009 to find out if this really is a case of a nice virtual walk ruined by having to stop and hit a ball...
At Ubidays 2008 we learned that the game would be developed to work closely with the Wii balance board.
Apple is to use Immersion's VibeTonez technology to introduce haptic feedback to the iPhone, hoping it will improve the usability of the keyboard.
The Penumbra series gained fame as an accomplished indie effort, but has grown into a professional game of astonishing depth and detail. Now, as the series draws to a close in this final mini-epic, we take a look at Black Plague and see if it can go out with a bang.
The Novint Falcon is one of the most impressive and compelling devices we've ever tested - a multi-axis, motion sensitive, force feedback controller for games like Half-Life 2 that allows gamers feel textures, weight and forces in the game world. We take the newest model out for a spin.
Ageia PhysX, in continuing attempts to show us how gaming can be enhanced with hardware physics, has released a new PhysX title for free!
We recently had a chance to talk to Mark Rein, VP for Epic Games, at the European launch for Unreal Tournament 3. Over the course of many beers, we discussed the PS3, PhysX and the future of Epic - so check out the interview inside.
We chat with Ageia's Michael Steele and Dan Forster, who showed us a few of the new PhysX supported games and let us know just what they think about Crysis and John Carmack's recent comments.
We take CellFactor: Revolution, the showcase for Ageia's PhysX physics processing card, out for a spin to see how it handles.