Valve has hired a significant portion of the development team behind Kerbal Space Program. According to former Valve employee Roger Lundeen, the members of Squad were brought into Valve at some point in the last few months.
Exactly what this new group of designers will be working on is unclear. Valve confirmed that hiring of the staff but only stated that more details would be coming soon. However, they have previously announced that they are working on three VR games, which the company has described as full releases rather than experiments. The former Squad team could be working on one of these games.
The move isn’t that much of a surprise as Valve have previously hired development teams working on other games and mods in the past. The team that created Portal original began as a student project who were brought into Valve when the company liked their work on a new experimental game that eventually turned into the highly-rated puzzler.
These days they put roguelite elements in everything, so why not VR bullet shooters? Yuki is the name of an upcoming shooter from VR studio ARVORE (Pixel Ripped). In the tradition of Star Fox, you must fly the self-named hero through dozens of self-propelling 3D environments, dodging an endless amount
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FJFnm9PCfY Resident Evil 4 is not my favorite game in the franchise but I understand its appeal. All of my Nephews and nieces have this as their first Resident evil game. It is very influential not only to RE but to all action and horror games that used Over shoulder
RevolVR3 is a popular virtual reality shooter, and until recently, the only place you could play it was Dave & Busters. But it’s breaking out of the arcades and coming to your home VR device through Steam. It’s estimated that RevolVR has been played by over three million people. The
The Dreamcast is indisputably one of the greatest consoles of all time. It only lived for three years yet packed more innovation into its brief lifespan than some game-playing machines produce in twice that time. Sega was at their creative height during the Dreamcast years, producing lovingly quirky titles like