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Rickardus
Rickardus Apr 1 2014, 4:33pm says:

Righhht...

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gty14
gty14 Apr 1 2014, 5:18pm says:

Little late guys sorry

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Erayser
Erayser Apr 1 2014, 6:02pm replied:

Actually, It is 2PM (GMT -8) in Vancouver. As far as I know, the day is not finished ^^
Anyway you're from United Kingdom so we both understand that we don't have the same hour.

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Raygoza
Raygoza Apr 2 2014, 3:42am says: Online

Ok so facebook seems to make the deal to own and sell the Oculus Rift.
But what will happen with the games and mods Phoenix Interactive has made?

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Forloftol
Forloftol Apr 2 2014, 8:43pm replied:

Indeed. I want those!

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Facebook has agreed to buy the french firm Phoenix Interactive Inc. for $7 million, betting that its virtual reality games may be a new way for people to enjoy, play or be entertained.

Facebook Inc. said Monday that the deal includes $4 million in cash and 48200 shares worth about $3 million (1= $62,24). Phoenix Interactive voluntary employees are also eligible for an additional $175.000 if the company achieves certain targets.

Phoenix Interactive is using the Oculus Rift, a virtual reality headset that's received a lot of attention from video game developers. It has yet to be released, but Facebook says Oculus has received more than 75,000 orders for development kits for the headset. They decided finally, to buy a french firm in order to "revolutionize the game".

More info here: Phoenix-interactive.forumpro.eu

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