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- Could Game Of Thrones On The Oculus Rift Spark An Arcade Resurgence?
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If you’ve ever played a video game on your PC, you’ve probably seen a setting called “anti-aliasing”, which smooths out jagged graphics. But there are different types of anti-aliasing, and some are better than others.
Windows: If you’ve ever used Steam Big Picture on a computer with multiple displays, you probably know the frustration of full-screen apps appearing on the wrong screen. TvGameLauncher aims to fix this frustration.
Android/iOS: Your fitness tracker can be a great source of motivation to get active, but if you need a little extra push, FitRPG takes data from your Fitbit and turns it into a game — complete with loot, levels, quests and some friendly competition.
The Raspberry Pi makes an excellent game system already, but it’s not exactly mobile. If you want to take it on the road with you, Adafruit has a guide to build a Game Boy-inspired game system on the cheap.
Game of Thrones: The Exhibition kicked off at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney today, prompting hundreds of GoT fans to flock to Circular Quay for a secondhand tour of Westeros. Among the TV props, costumes and weapons on display was a mysterious booth containing a strange new sorcery. This is the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset — and we think it has the power to resurrect the arcade palours of old.