GDC 2015 Coverage

Valve Reveal New Streaming Hardware Called Steam Link

Valve is announced the release of a new product called Steam Link later this year that will “extend your Steam experience to any room in the house,” according to an announcement from the company. Steam Link is said to work with PC’s — including Valve’s Steam Machines and Windows, Mac and Linux computers — to stream content from Steam to the device, provided they’re both on the same home network. This device will support 1080p resolution at 60Hz “with low latency,” according to Valve and will be available this November for a about $50. That’s the same price as Valve’s upcoming Steam Controller, which too we out in the market by November. As mentioned on the Steam website, Valve says Steam Link is “designed to take advantage of the PC horsepower you already have in your home, with In-H...

Unity 5 Game Engine Announced at GDC 2015

Unity Technologies announced at the Game Developers Conference, that its latest game engine, Unity 5, is now available globally. According Unity Technologies, the engine update contains “massive graphics improvements and an expanded editor feature set.” Graphically, the engine now has physically based shading, “real-time global illumination with Enlighten, and reflection probes.” The company also announced Unity Cloud Build, which will allow developers to increase their productivity by “leveraging the power of cloud computing.”   CEO John Riccitiello stated that the company wants everyone to be able to have access to Untiy 5″which is why we’ve increased the value of our royalty-free licenses.” The professional edition of Unity 5 features Unity...

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