Rockstar Editor for Grand Theft Auto V coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4

It was widely assumed that the Rockstar Editor – which lets users record, edit and upload gameplay video – would be exclusive to the PC version of GTA V, but it’s coming to the Xbox One and PS4 too. Read more…



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Grand Theft Auto V PC users will have exclusive access to record, edit and upload gameplay footage

‘Rockstar Editor’ will allow gamers on the PC version of Grand Theft Auto to record, edit, and upload video of their gameplay. The editor features robust tools like a timeline, trimming, and scoring. Read more…



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Apple Working with Logitech and MOGA on Upcoming MFi Game Controllers [iOS Blog]

During Apple’s WWDC keynote, the company revealed that a number of new APIs will be introduced with iOS 7, including support for MFi (Made for iPhone) certified hardware game controllers, which will allow manufacturers to design and release dedicated iOS gaming peripherals.

Some new information on the controllers has been made available to us from a variety of sources, including Czech site Jablickar.cz, which reports that Apple will team up with both Logitech and MOGA to produce the upcoming controllers. While no details on design have been leaked, Apple did provide two reference images to developers displaying a standalone handheld controller and an iPhone enclosure.

A MOGA Controller
Both of the aforementioned companies already produce gaming controllers for use with PCs and Android. Major gaming companies like Gameloft, Mad Finger Games, SEGA, and Rockstar Games all offer support for MOGA’s Android controllers, suggesting that support for Apple’s upcoming controllers is likely too.

Games that include support for the controllers will be required to support traditional touch-based gaming input as well. Though Apple has prototype controllers on-hand at WWDC, the company is expecting the third party controllers to debut in the fall.


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