In an MMORPG, improving your character’s abilities while embarking upon quests is a staple, but it will not fly in esports. If any developer is to truly crack the competitive gaming scene, they need to ditch the loot system, as it is not only unfair, it can make viewing boring too. Yet that risks alienating players and killing off one of the great pleasures of the genre – players love creating characters from scratch and nurturing them over time as they improve – so it is a real conundrum. … [Read more...] about Will MMO Games Have a Greater Influence on Esports Going Forward?
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As promised, we finish with Manfrotto's Klyp+. The Klyp is another case based iPhone video and photo gadget. This gadget is so small and has provisions for all kinds of features that requires a special mention. The Klyp is not as big as the iOgrapher and is easily portable and it works with the Pixi tripod seamlessly because they are made from the same company. The Klyp also has a provision for a light to throw on objects which create an ultimate shooting scenario for the videographer. It also has a lens that can be attached to the iPhone's default lens. … [Read more...] about 10 Kickass Smartphone Camera Accessories for YouTube bloggers (Velfies)
You will be known as the guy/brand/influencer who creates 360* videos. If you are a digital or social media agency, you can create 360 video content for your clients & at the same time earn extra money & fame. According to me @ $199 (available in most countries), it is a complete value for every iPhone user. … [Read more...] about Why & How To Capture 360* Videos/Photos From iPhone: 360 Video Camera In Budget
10. RuneScape I could have made this list into a top 20, I think, but I’ll end here with RuneScape. In all of its various incarnations, RuneScape’s camera has floated above the heads of its characters to keep us from peering too closely at its polygon chunky world. It definitely helped the game in its early years, since it was designed to work in browsers and on computers that didn’t have fancy graphic cards. The camera perspective meant that the screen didn’t have to mess with draw distance, too many objects, or even a skybox. … [Read more...] about Perfect Ten: MMOs with different (camera) perspectives
Do you want to see yourself in Saga of Lucimia? Or see your character, we should specify. The team is making progress on the third-person camera mode and even previewed it with a recent video showing off a test character moving around while the third-person camera does what it does best with panning around. Now you can see the adventures of Beardlord Beardy MacBeardson in full panning action! … [Read more...] about Saga of Lucimia previews its third-person camera perspective