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/// October 4, 2016 | EPISODE 174

Below are the news stories that may not have made the headlines today but are worth reading!

Gamers never die…..

Just like the Games of Our Lives…


►Batman: Arkham VR
►Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
►Outlast 2
►Mafia III

/// Batman: Arkham VR Core Campaign is an Hour Long!

“The core narrative is about 60 minutes in duration, however additional content is unlocked that provides about another 90 minutes of gameplay on top of that,” Dax Ginn, Rocksteady Studios Brand Marketing Producer, told PressStart. “So there are plenty of reasons to play through the game multiple times in order to see everything that we have put into it.”

Batman: Arkham VR launches for the PlayStation VR 0n October 13.
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/// PlayStation VR Does Not Support HDR!

The Processor Unit for the headset is not capable of handling HDR, however, it does support 1080p and 2160p.

The FAQ reads: “The PS VR Processor Unit (PU) supports video pass through so that you can enjoy regular non-VR content on your TV when you have the PS4 connected to the TV via the PU and the PU is connected to power via the AC adapter and the PS VR headset is not in use. This pass through support works for regular 1080p signals and also supports 2160p (UHD or ‘4K’) content in YUV 420 color format at up to 60 Hz from a PlayStation Pro.

“However, HDR signals are not supported for pass through by the PU. This applies to both 1080p and 2160p HDR. If you have a HDR capable TV and want to view PS4 content in HDR, it is necessary to cable the PS4 directly to the TV.”
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/// Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 ‘Expert Mission Tutorial #1’ Gameplay!

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/// Outlast 2 Demo Now Available on Steam and Consoles!

The demo will be available until Tuesday, November 1 only, so download it while you can and make your Halloween a bloody one with Outlast 2.

The Outlast 2 demo provides a sneak peek at what Red Barrels have been working on for the last few years. More features and environments will be unveiled in the coming months, but in the meantime, be sure to check out the Outlast comic book series, The Murkoff Account. With two issues out of five released to date, The Murkoff Account bridges the gap between the original Outlast and Outlast 2.
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/// Mafia III ‘The World of New Bordeaux: The New Mob’ Gameplay Trailer!

/// You’ve Now Reached the End of Games of Our Lives

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