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Motion-controlled rail shooter Blue Estate coming to Xbox One

HESAW, developer of the on-rails, motion-controlled shooter Blue Estate, is well aware that a Kinect is bundled in every Xbox One owner's purchase. The studio is bringing its adaptation of Viktor Kalvachev's comic book series to the gesture-friendly console, noting in a press release that they'll...

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Former Leap Motion exclusive Blue Estate heading to PS4, more platforms

Blue Estate is switching the gesture controls of Leap Motion for the gyroscopic functions of the DualShock 4, after developer HeSaw revealed it's bringing the on-rails shooter to the PS4. HeSaw is showcasing the PS4 version at GDC this week, and revealed on Twitter it's bring the former Leap Motion...

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Blue Estate prologue review: Bleak motion

Everything about Blue Estate is pared down to the lowest common denominator. At its core, it's a straightforward, on-rails shooter exclusive to the Leap Motion gesture control device, and it's based off of the Blue Estate comic series published by Image. Blue Estate runs with this premise and...

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Blue Estate prologue shoots up Leap Motion for free

The prologue of Blue Estate, Hesaw's dark comedy shooter, is out now for free on the Leap Motion Airspace Store. It costs absolutely nothing for a "limited time" and will eventually be $4. The prologue includes the first two levels of the game. Blue Estate is a rails shooter based on the...

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Opinion: Blue Estate's humiliated mermaid won't leave me alone

When the embargo for Blue Estate lifted last week, I had two options: write about the game and include that I felt excluded while playing it, or don't write about it at all. The second choice is hardly an option when it's my job to provide feedback on games the world hasn't seen yet, and I take my...

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Blue Estate jumps from comic book pages to Leap Motion

Blue Estate is a first-person, on-rails shooter controlled with the player's hovering pointer finger, coming to PC via the Leap Motion Controller. The prologue is expected in the Leap Motion store "soon." Players control Tony Luciano, a bumbling, sarcastic mob boss from the Blue Estate comic...

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