If there’s one thing that you take away from our virtual reality coverage, we sincerely hope it’s this: that the potential of VR reaches so far beyond gaming.
No single question stuck in the minds of Canadian ’90s kids more than whether or not Nicholas Picholas could possibly be a person’s real name. Gaming enthusiasts had the chance to solve this elusive mystery this past weekend by asking Mr. Picholas himself in person at the Video & Arcade Top 10 Reunion in Toronto, Ontario.
The video game industry is constantly changing, just as music, film, and other arts evolve with every new artist that touches them. Today there are thousands working in the gaming industry, but how do independent developers get their foot in the door? And more importantly, how do they find the financial support to develop and publish the game of their dreams?
For VRTO and FIVARS founder Keram Malicki-Sánchez, the true potential of virtual reality lies not in cutting edge game development or film making, but rather in building on a fundamentally human experience: storytelling.
Suicide Squad may not be jam packed with as many easter eggs and comics references as Batman V Superman, but there’s still a handful of awesome nods to the fans hidden inside DC’s latest.
Not surprisingly, some of the best references have to do with two of the movie’s biggest standouts, Harley Quinn and the Joker. Here are the coolest easter eggs and references that we could find.