Asobo Studio revives\u00a0Conker for new\u00a0Microsoft HoloLens game. You\u2019ll probably wish they hadn\u2019t. Indie developer Asobo Studio and Microsoft have partnered to bring two games to the HoloLens Development Edition. And they are, erm, interesting. One title sees the\u00a0return of Conker, star of the wonderful N64 classic Conker\u2019s Bad Fur Day and its Xbox remake, Conker: Live and Reloaded. In Young Conker everyone\u2019s favourite squirrel runs around your living room - or any room - and\u00a0jumps about a bit. If Conker encounters an edge, he\u2019ll wobble, regain his balance, walk,\u00a0and jump about some more. Seeing is believing, right? Well here you go\u2026 If this is Microsoft\u2019s attempt to derail VR I think it is safe to say there\u2019s still a way to go. In Asobo\u2019s other game, Fragments, you are\u00a0tasked with solving a high-tech crime by sitting on a couch and speaking to a stiffly animated woman. To give Fragments some credit it has\u00a0some interesting ideas at play, even if the execution leaves a lot\u00a0to be desired. Poor Conker.