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Google's Top Secret Video Game Revealed
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 24883093:MV8yMDUyOTY1XzM0NTA1NTY3Xzk5MTQ0QkYw] idk I'm not really impressed. I've always thought video games will eventually evolve into something where a person actually has to interact physically. Like holograms or VR helmets or whatever...you know, you're whole mind is immersed instead of just holding a controller and staring at a screen. Now, do I think Google has nefarious motives and is probably up to something? Google? The company who's slogan is "don't be evil" or whatever? I couldn't believe that. YEAH RIGHT. If anything, they're probably testing how popular this new "interactive" gaming idea will work...and also track you and spy on you and whatever else. Ultimately, it sounds like advancing sci-fi and nothing more. I don't doubt the story line is true. My mind is open to a lot of things, but I doubt a video game is going to open a portal to hell in real life. Although, video games opening up portals to hell in real life could certainly happen, through channels of degeneracy. But I guess I'm talking physical fire and brimstone type stuff. lol. [/quote]
Title says it all.
link to www.ign.com
Google’s top-secret Niantic Project has been picking up plenty of buzz lately around all the usual tech blogs. Since November 1st a Google-hosted investigation board has been stoking these fires with cryptic videos featuring ominous voiceovers that drop phrases like
“There’s more to the world than you can see.”
In a reveal sure to disappoint some (while alternately thrilling mobile gamers), Google has revealed that Project Niantic is in fact tied to the launch of a
location-based mobile game
called Ingress, developed by Google itself
link to www.ign.com
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