The following Oculus Rift / Facebook Gameplay Footage Parody is presented below in Full 1080P High Definition. For those who don’t get the joke, the VR Gaming technology company Oculus Rift was recently purchased by Facebook for $2 Billion and that is what has spawned the fears which are the subject of this creative and comedic presentation. No Zuckerbergs were harmed during the virtual pwning of this clip.
Reportedly a “glitch” was allegedly discovered (or perhaps triggered using a debug menu on a PS3 dev kit at either a developer’s studio or by a gaming journalist website intentionally?) in Beyond: Two Souls that ended up revealing Ellen Page completely nude. Originally, these visuals were promptly labelled “Not Safe for Work” and passed around the internet like crazy. Sony has since put the gag on any websites daring to try and show the imagery leading one report to suggest that their reaction to the situation as well as a later statement that they require these images removed from gaming press hubs due to “legal reasons” leads to a potential lawsuit already in the works behind the scenes, or even an out-of-court negotiation and settlement process.
The actress was simulated completely naked in the game. It is unclear if she knew this though, since the camera angles were never meant to be placed on the character’s body. It seems that while there was not meant to be explicit, full frontal nudity in Beyond: Two Souls, the parts of the body of the character that Ellen Page was playing were very much completely sculpted and developed. The only thing a ‘hacker’, ‘debug exploiter’, or ‘glitcher’ (whichever the truth is) would have to have done is change where the camera’s were facing during what many are calling a “strange” and “un-necessary” shower scene that took place in the game.
Some internet users out there in the social space have even gone as far as suggesting that David Cage may have a thing for modelling characters far beyond what the ESRB and PEGI ratings systems would allow, purely for private entertainment purposes. This is at face value a completely extreme claim backed up by nothing more than speculation on the behalf of forum users internationally, but should it become a part of Ellen Page’s legal team argument Sony could have some real expensive problems on their hands.
It remains to be seen exactly how the actress feels about what happened and whether or not Sony’s actions in the matter thus far will be much of any consolation to her. Did she know that her character’s completely nude body (down to the nipples, vaginal bits, and all) would be modeled? Will Ellen Page go easy on Sony or will she feel truly violated that the massive game company in charge of developer Quantic Dream and David Cage failed to prevent such a thing from happening?
Time will tell. At this point RealGamerNewz is waiting on further statements from the two parties in question before making any concrete assumptions about what will happen next. It’s worth noting that Heavy Rain mysteriously had the exact same problem.
***Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewz respects the copyright requests of Sony and Ellen Page and will not be hosting the alleged material in question. It has since been deleted from the original source that was uploading it and we will not be uploading it in compliance with Sony’s requests to the press on not hosting such images. Thank you for understanding.
So some dude who either got a console early or has a dev unit of the Xbox ONE has apparently leaked out the dashboard and it’s looking pretty sweet. Here’s a quick run-down of Microsoft’s next-generation console’s User Interface as well as a small sampling of the RYSE: Son of Rome Beta on the upcoming XO which will release November 22, 2013 in North America and Europe.
From 800MHz to 853MHz the Xbox ONE’s Dev Kit has seen an increase in GPU speed. As if that wasn’t enough Microsoft has also managed to increase the driver spec of the Xbox ONE allowing for more of the industry’s high-end shaders to be placed on future technology-based Xbox ONE video games. For those out there attempting to compare the PlayStation 4 (PS4) and Xbox ONE (XO) in terms of power, you might as well just give it a rest right now. Both systems use completely different and unique features including GDDR5 (PS4) and eSRAM (XO), as well as other technologies, which will have even the hardware experts lying through their teeth if they claim to have the mathematics nailed in certainty. What we can tell you, is that both systems will blow current-gen technology out of the water and that this increase for Microsoft’s Xbox ONE GPU speed is paired with an increased focus on the online network will bring the entire Xbox experience to the next level and give a true step up from everything Microsoft’s millions of fans have seen thus far.
Welcome to a new segment here at RealGamerNewz which will help throw some shine on a few incredible games every once in a while which may have been missed in the sea of commotion surrounding the AAA next-gen titles heading to Sony’s PS4. In the following clip you will see some gameplay from PlayStation 4 indie titles including Transistor and Contrast, as well as more. Be sure to be on the lookout for more PS4 Indie Game Spotlight posts in the future, and until then; it’s Mitchy F Walters Baby!
In this episode of the RealGamerNewz Podcast we discuss all things concerning the Oouya’s apparent stumble to launch and the impact it will have on the experience of early adopters to the new home console. We also discuss PlayStation 4’s arrival and its effect on the desirability of purchasing cross-platform titles that will be released on the PlayStation 3. Other topics discussed include:
- Games That Come Out On PS3 + PS4: Waste of Money to Keep Buying Them?
- Resident Evil 6 x Left for Dead 2 Character Crossover
- BioShock Infinite + Mass Effect Board Games Revealed
- Phantom Pain + Metal Gear Solid = ???
- Petition For Sega to Re-Release the Original Bayonetta on the Wii U E-Shop