<p>I think we can all agree that the porgs weren't quite the annoyance that we expected them to be after their initial reveal in The Last Jedi's trailer – in fact, they were actually pretty charming, so yesterday's announcement of Project Porg is very welcome in my eyes.</p><p>Star Wars: Project Porg is an AR title which sees players raising a family of the cuddly little creatures, all with some loving guidance from Anthony Daniels' C-3PO.<p>Just announced! @StarWars: #ProjectPorg, our new mixed reality experiment, is coming free to @MagicLeap One this December. Get all the details here: https://t.co/uo1nLsUhLF pic.twitter.com/U1GLcV5G7M— ILMxLAB (@ILMxLAB) 10 October 2018 We'll have the chance to play with the virtual pets, feed them, and teach them how to manoeuvre around the environment.</p><p>So, if porg rearing sounds like your dream occupation, then you'll likely be chuffed to hear that Project Porg will be available in December for free on the Magic Leap One augmented reality headset.</p><p>If you’re reading this, chances are you played and remember the 2014 megahit Crossy Road. Hipster Whale’s original game mixed Frogger-like gameplay with casual free-to-play elements and a fairly distinctive art style. The team then followed it up with Disney Crossy Road, which featured characters and locations from the likes of Monsters Inc., Toy Story, and The Lion King.</p>
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<p>A rumour has been rumbling about Xbox Live coming to Android, iOS, and Switch for a while now, but Microsoft has just straight-up announced it now. Which is really weird, but OK!</p><p>The news comes as Microsoft also announced that it would be bundling all its services into an SDK called Game Stack. I don't understand any of it, but our friends at PocketGamer.biz have a bit more deets on it.</p><p>For our purposes, the most interesting bit of news is that Xbox Live is included in the SDK. That means access to achievements, Gamerscore, friends lists, and family settings will be available on games that have the Game Stack SDK installed, which opens up the Xbox ecosystem a fair bit on mobile.</p><p>It's also cross-platform, so any saves you have can be saved on the Cloud and shared between your iOS and Android devices, and presumably on Xbox as well.</p><p>The SDK is also being designed to be supported by Switch games, so developers could, in theory, add Xbox Live stuff to the Switch.</p><p>So hey! Maybe you'll be able to get achievements and Gamerscore while playing Super Mario Odyssey in the future. I mean, probably not - this'll be used largely for third-party, multiplatform releases, surely - but the option is there if Nintendo wants to get in on it.</p><p>More details are set to come from GDC next week, but by that point I'll be in a cabin in the woods reading a book, so someone else will have to cover that. Is it the weekend yet?</p>Till thus he 'gan besiege me: "Gentle maid,
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Evil wishes, like chickens, come home to roost.<p>Into the Black is an upcoming VR game developed for the Oculus rift by a small team of the UK's National Film & Television Design students.</p><p>You act as a spirit guardian in the Yellowstone National Park, sent to help guide a red fox and a brown bear away from the park's chaotic forest fires and towards safety. Though a friendship between a bear and a fox is likely to end in one of them getting eaten by the other, for their survival they need to work together.</p><p>Throwing Yellowstone into chaos, the fire pushes the local inhabitants into the Druid Wolf pack's territory, but that's not all. Man ascends upon them all to take advantage of the disaster, pushing you and the animals further and further into the black.</p><p>Given the popularity Firewatch drew after its release, it's fairly easy to predict that comparisons will be made between the two games. Both are gorgeous, both are emotive, and hopefully Into the Black will stand its own ground when the comparisons are made. Oh, I almost forgot to mention that the narrator (a vital component in games such as this) will be voiced by Nigel Barber (Spectre, Horizon Zero Dawn, etc.).</p><p>It's currently being developed for the Oculus Rift and is slated to release sometime next year. However for those attending EGX this year you could take a look at it ahead of time as the developers will be bringing Into the Black to the show.</p><p>For more information, check out their Facebook page here.</p>
<p>Rebel Cops is a high-intensity strategy game that sees you going up against a ruthless crime lord controlling your hometown of Ripton. With the town's officials on his payroll and police at his mercy, it's up to you and your motley crew of "true policemen" to head out, stock up on ammo, and dispense some vigilante justice.</p><p>Interestingly, it's a spinoff to the popular This is the Police series, which we've covered here at PG in the past, with our App Army also having shared their thoughts on the first game. It takes place in the same world, though it's currently unclear as to whether there's any other major overlap.</p>
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