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A year and a half after accepting the first prototypes, the US Marine Corps has awarded BAE Systems and its partner Iveco Defence Vehicles a US$198 million contract to deliver the first 30 of the Corps' next-generation Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV). The contact for the fully amphibious, ship-launchable troop carrier includes an option of up to $1.2 billion for a total of 204 vehicles...
In this GDC 2018 session, id Software's Kurt Loudy & Jake Campbell go into the philosophy behind the combat design of 2016's DOOM and its implementation. ...
In an interview with PC Gamer, Mount and Blade developer Arma& #287;an Yavuz discusses how the game succeeded without traditional fantasy elements. ...
In an interview with PC Gamer, The Mount and Blade developer Arma& #287;an Yavuz discusses how the game succeeded without traditional fantasy elements. ...
Uber is sunsetting the game because it doesn't comply with the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation guidelines, which are coming into effect on May 25.  ...
Veteran animator Kristjan Zadziuk explores how Sony Santa Monica created Kratos' fluid combat animations in the upcoming God of War reboot. ...
Metals may seem tough, but given enough time even plain old air can be their undoing. Oxygen reacts with it to form metal oxides like rust, but now it turns out a metal oxide may come to the rescue. An MIT team has found that aluminum can be protected from further oxidation by a thin coating of aluminum oxide, which acts like a liquid, flowing to fill any gaps as they form...Continue Reading
A mossy "living wall" with the pollution-absorbing power equivalent to hundreds of trees has been installed in London's Piccadilly Circus in a bid to combat the city's unsafe air quality levels. Read more
"Fights are basically performances, and you want some kind of plot in them," Divinity: Original Sin 2 systems designer Nick Pechenin says in this deep dive into how (and why) the game's combat works. ...
It’s not just news photographers that are having their positions eliminated to cut costs: military photographers are apparently in the same boat. The US Navy will be eliminating its two Combat Camera (COMCAM) units this year in order to save money and resources.Navy Times reports that the two units of military photographers will be gone by October 1st in order to “cut costs and elimin


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