Not all that went down at GDC last month had occured when we last recorded, so on this week's show we're catching up on a few of the more technical/development/hardware-related stories that have happened since, including the controversy surrounding Nintendo's recent play for the mobile market, Sony & Valve/HTC's increasing VR profile and the demise of seminal Sim-studio, Maxis. All this and more on another news-packed #NOTplaying Podcast!
Nintendo now making games for mobile devices in Japan
Also announces development of new console, Nx to pacify the west
PS4 update brings button mapping.
Sony Morpheus coming in first half of 2016, new specs confirmed
Oculus says Rift may not launch in 2015
HTC taking Vive on tour
Valve announces Steam Link + prices controller
Steam Machines coming in November - starting at console prices (but with better performance)
Valve is giving the LIGHTHOUSE tech away for free for any hardware manufacturer (LIGHTHOUSE is Valves VR input system)
Nvidia announce new Titan X Videocard
Nvidia announces new Shield 4K streaming console
EA closes Maxis
Shadow of Mordor wins GDC GOTY
SXSW Gaming Award Winners
Ready Player One will be directed by Steven Spielberg
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