While not a new Pokemon game, Pokemon Home will bring those other Pokemon experiences together. It will be a cloud-based service that will link different generations of Pokemon in one simple place. The Pokemon Company plans to launch this sometime on the Switch and smart phones in early 2020. Players will able to trade their Pokemon to Pokemon Home from Pokemon Go, Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee, Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu, Pokemon Sword, and Pokemon Shield as well as the 3DS Pokemon Bank. This service will “support updates for future Pokemon content,” which likely means that it will be forward compatible. Trading is also possible through the app via the internet with friends or strangers or if you’re nearby other trainers. Managing Director Junichi Masuda described this as a way to give Pokemon a home but also as a way to connect players to each other and stated that is a “place where all Pokemon can gather.” Pokemon Home seems like an upgraded and … [Read more...] about Pokemon Home announced, brings cloud service Pokemon trading
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From what I've read so far, it looks like if I want to build AR apps with Unity, I need to use some kind of cloud service. Is there a way to use AR without sharing my (and my users) data to some 3rd party? If so, how do I do this? … [Read more...] about How can I use Unity AR without cloud services?
I dont know if i get it right but can i build AR apps with unity only using some cloud services? Is there a way to use AR without sharing my (and my users) data to some 3rd party? … [Read more...] about Unity AR only possible with cloud services?
Microsoft might have neglected the PC platform in the past but the company has realized its fault now and has been working on making amends. Thankfully, the PC master race is a forgiving community and appreciates the efforts that Microsoft is putting in. During Microsoft’s quarterly financial conference call, CEO Satya Nadella talked about the performance of the company. He mentioned that this is the first time that Microsoft’s gaming business passed ten billion dollars in revenue. CEO Satya Nadella had the following to say in this regard: In gaming, we’re pursuing our expansive opportunity from the way games are created and distributed, to how they’re played and viewed, surpassing ten billion revenue this year for the first time. We’re investing aggressively in content, community, and cloud services across every end-point to expand usage and deepen engagement with gamers. The combination of Xbox Live Game Pass subscription and Mixer are driving … [Read more...] about Microsoft “Investing Aggressively In Content, Community, Cloud Services” Says CEO Satya Nadella
Microsoft has revealed during a quarterly financial conference that the company is trying to find ‘expansive’ ways when it comes to gaming on their Xbox console. Officer Satya Nadella and Chief Financial Officer Amy Hood discussed the performance of the Xbox business. Nadella told that they are also looking at how the games are played, viewed, other than creators and distributors. Xbox One had a tough last year as its games Scalebound, Fable Legends and Crackdown were delayed to a release in 2018. After having a rough year still, Microsoft had ”one of the best quarter in gaming with strong revenue performance and record levels of engagement”. He further explained that the how Microsoft is “continuing to attract, retain, and deepen user relationships across Xbox Live, Game Pass, and Mixer,”. He revealed that Sea Of Thieves “drove gameplay” across Microsoft Windows and Xbox One up to 10 million hours of viewership including … [Read more...] about Microsoft Reveals That They Will Keep Investing In Cloud Services For Xbox