FPS

#NRMPlays GAME OF THE YEAR: 420BLAZEIT. Nothing Comes Close To This Insanity

Copious amounts of offensive internet memes, comic sans text, Doritos and Mountain Dew sum up the rather insane experience that is GAME OF THE YEAR: 420BLAZEITa 360 no-scope to the face of modern FPS culture.

#NRMPlays GAME OF THE YEAR: 420BLAZEIT. Nothing Comes Close To This Insanity

First-Person Shooters Can Help You Perceive Motion Better While Walking Backwards

A study by the School of Psychology at the University of Leicester suggests that playing an FPS can help you walk backwards better, as it will improve your motion perception.

First-Person Shooters Can Help You Perceive Motion Better While Walking Backwards

'Genocide Dolphins.' First-Person Shooter Takes You On A Surreal Trip

Kickstarter is rapidly becoming a place for the weird and wonderful ideas of indie game developers to get off the ground, and "Genocide Dolphins" certainly has the potential to match both of those descriptors.

Ministry Of Defence uses video game tech to increase combat simulation realism

Video game-esque combat simulations are nothing new in military training; but the MoD's war games have been turned down by recent trainees due to them not being realistic enough.

Turns out that compared to the visual quality of your standard war FPS games like Call of Duty have one-upped what was being used to train the fresh recruitsat the Ministry of Defence.  With this in mind, significant upgrades have been made to its simulations, in order to bring them up to par with the aforementioned console titles.

The Gadget Show shoots back at FPS players with simulator

Everybody's looking for more realism nowadays in their video games, and this is done primarily through simulators.  Since we've grown tired of racing simulators, The Gadget Show are looking beyond the traditional bunch of branded peripherals and teabaggings of the FPS genre to bring you the simulator you've been waiting for.