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Submitted by Electro_UK 90d ago | news

Transistor Developer Heads to Oculus

VRFocus - Indie developer Supergiant Games recently celebrated the release of its second ever title, Transistor. The PlayStation 4 and PC action videogame was met with praise from both critics and fans alike when it launched in May 2014. Now that it's finished, one of the team's key members, senior programmer Chirs Jurney, has decided to move on from the developer and head to Oculus VR, the company behind the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset. (Industry, Oculus Rift, PC, Transistor)

SoulSercher620  +   90d ago
Transistor in Oculus Rift? An intriguing combination.
OrangePowerz  +   90d ago
Oculus Ruft is now like one of these football teams that are financed by Russians or Arabians who buy any player they want with their Gas/Oil money.
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dcj0524  +   90d ago
Lol good analogy. They just soak up any1 with talent it seems
Consoleslateagain  +   89d ago
You was better off using the heat as a example. All star basketball team. They are picking up talent from everywhere can't wait to see what vr games they make. People still gonna hate tho. We know why
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OrangePowerz  +   89d ago
I live in the UK and I'm not into basketball or most other US sports plus Heat lost againsy the Spurs. Besides of that football, or for Americans soccer, is more fitting because they don't have caps to work around that limits them on what they can spend as a maximum on salaries to prevent a team from buying all the best players. For Facebook football (soccer) is more fitting because they can just spend as much as they want. Also keep in mind the company making Oculus Rift isn't really a game developer, they are a hardware manufacturer and that makes hiring all these people very strange.

I suppose people aren't big fans of them because it was a Kickstarter project and without Kickstarter and the support of the community they would have never gotten rich by selling out to Facebook. I wouldn't turn down a 2 billion offer, but I would still recognise that I only got there because of the community and I would try to give something back to the backers who are partially responsible for the success.
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Consoleslateagain  +   89d ago
Lol I just had a blonde moment yea that was a perfect analogy

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