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GamesBeat weekly roundup: Game Developer’s Conference, Sony plans for virtual reality, and Minecraft makes more mulah

Block-building indie phenomenon Minecraft has drawn the ire of the Turkish government.

Above: Block-building indie phenomenon Minecraft has drawn the ire of the Turkish government.

Image Credit: Mojang
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Welcome to another collection of a week’s worth of GamesBeat’s coverage of the world of gaming. This time, we’re checking out the annual Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco, Sony introduces its virtual reality initiative for the PlayStation 4, and it looks like mobile hit Flappy Bird is making a comeback.

Oh, and a little game called Minecraft continues to sell well.

You can read about all of that and more below. Enjoy, and have a great weekend!


Game Developer’s Conference


Sony announced Project Morpheus, its virtual-reality headset, Tuesday at the 2014 Game Developers Conference.

Above: Sony announced Project Morpheus, its virtual-reality headset, Tuesday at the 2014 Game Developers Conference.

Image Credit: Sony

News


Mobile and social


Kinect Sports Rivals

Above: Tennis in Kinect Sports Rivals.

Image Credit: Microsoft

Previews and interviews


Reviews


Pieces of flair