KING Art Games’ new Kickstarter for The Dwarves has started. —> Read More
Those eager to see the upcoming film adaptation of the popular anime and manga series Attack on Titan can purchase their tickets now.
The film will be released as a two-part feature, with Part 1 debuting in select theaters across the United States on September 30. The first part will also be shown on October 1 and October 7, while Part 2 will screen later that month on October 20, 22, and 27.
Folks in Canada will have to option to see Part 1 on either October 5 or 26, and Part 2 on either October 22 or 26.
“The day Attack on Titan fans across North America have been waiting for has finally arrived,” FUNimation CEO and founder Gen Fukunaga said. “This is a limited theatrical release so I encourage fans to find their nearest theater and purchase tickets to both movies now. A movie as colossal as Attack on Titan truly takes two parts to tell. Fans do not want to miss this opportunity.”
Have you ever uploaded an image to Facebook and noticed that it doesn’t look as good on your timeline as it does on your hard drive? There’s a reason for that: Facebook saves space on its servers by compressing the photos you upload, which will affect a picture’s overall quality. This is a particularly bad problem for photos you’ve downloaded from elsewhere on the web that have likely already gone through at least one compression so far. Lifehacker, however, has provided us with a helpful list of tips for beating the Facebook compression system and posting photos that look almost as good as new.
Once an entrepreneur has sold his or her company and logged the required time with the acquiring outfit, he or she typically sets out to start another company — or become an investor. Josh Miller — whose startup, Branch, allowed groups of people to hold discussions and share links — is taking another tack. Miller, 24, who sold his company to Facebook in January of last year… Read More —> Read More
A team of researchers from the University of California, San Diego announced Tuesday that they had developed a proof-of-concept wireless transmission system that is both more efficient and more secure than Bluetooth. It works by sending data signal… —> Read More
COG writes – This frantic 2D arena fighter looked promising in early access but needed a bit of polish. Sadly, not a lot has changed from the early build to the final release and some nasty online issues remain that make playing with friends nearly impossible. —> Read More
The convenience of streaming movies and TV shows through services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video is useless without an internet connection, which is why Amazon has just unveiled free offline viewing for select Prime Instant Video titles, available on iOS, Android, and Fire devices.
Amazon is the first video streaming service to introduce offline viewing, even beating out rival company Netflix. Its new offline viewing mode allows Prime members to download TV show episodes and movies to their phones or tablets while they’re online, so they can watch them later without an internet connection.
Prime Video’s downloadable selections include TV shows like Hannibal, Under the Dome, and Sons of Anarchy, and movies like Star Trek Into Darkness, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
Whether youre a new comer to the stealth genre or a Metal Gear Solid veteran, theres no denying that knowing how to survive and making the most of your options is what makes Metal Gear Solid special. —> Read More
Capcom has a tendency to re-release their classic games quite excessively, sometimes multiple times in a single console generation. In fact, we just recently received the Mega Man Legacy Collection, which brought six of the Blue Bomber’s classic adventures together under one umbrella. Now Capcom has turned their attention to another one of their franchises, and have announced plans to release the Resident Evil Origins Collection.
Releasing on January 19th, the Resident Evil Origins Collection lacks official pricing information as of yet, but it will likely retail for $40. Unfortunately for last-generation and PC gamers, Resident Evil Origins Collection will only be available for PS4 and Xbox One. It will mark the only opportunity for PS4 and Xbox One owners to own physical copies of the classic games, though they will also be available for separate digital purchase.
Along with the announcement of the Resident Evil Origins Collection, Capcom also revealed a brand new game mode for Resident Evil Zero. Called Wesker Mode, it replaces Rebecca’s previous male protagonist counterpart, Billy Coen, with the dastardly Albert Wesker.
Wesker will come with his own costumes as well as unique abilities similar to the ones showcased in his Code Veronica and Resident Evil 5 appearances. Powered by uroboros, Wesker is capable of super strength as well as super speed, comically blasting by Rebecca while they are exploring the areas of the game together.
Of course, this means that the Wesker Mode is non-canon. After all, Wesker didn’t obtain his abilities until after the events of the Mansion Incident, and he also wasn’t palling around with Rebecca during her terrifying prequel —> Read More
For the first time since its release in 2012, a differently-colored PlayStation Vita will be available in the United States.
During the GameStop Managers Conference, the game store franchise announced it would be carrying aqua blue PlayStation Vitas exclusively in stores nationwide.
The blue Vita will release on November 6 for $200. Pre-orders for the handheld system are now available through GameStop’s official website.
We have seen plenty of smartphones from Cubot in the past few couple of months. The company has drastically changed its design in the recent models, with the ones like the Cubot X11 and the Cubot X15 featuring stellar built quality and design. Now, Cubot is back in the market with a brand new smartphone called as the Cubot H1.
The highlight of the Cubot H1 will be its monstrous 5200mAh battery. We still don’t have many smartphones which can boast of such a large battery. And with this much juice under the hood, you no longer have to worry about charging your phone for days. In fact, Cubot H1 can be used as a power bank as well. Yes, you can use the 5200mAh battery on board to charge other devices using a OTG cable, a nifty feature to keep all your gadgets running throughout the day.
What’s even more interesting is that the phone supports fast charge. This means that you can get up to 2 hours of talktime with just 10 minutes of charging the device. Using a 5V / 2A charger you can reportedly charge the device in about half an hour to 100%. With the full 5200mAh charged, you can watch a video for 1.5 hours, watch online content for about 1.5 hours, browse for 25 minutes, attend calls for 20 mins and make about 1 hour of online calls. That’s a whole lot of usage that you can do in just a single charge.
Cubot H1 manages to fit in its large battery inside a pretty slim 9.2mm thin body. That’s less than a centimeter which is quite impressive. The overall body looks quite good, with a special texture at the back which shines subtly and gives you a —> Read More
After one space aficionado created a gorgeous timelapse video a few weeks ago that showed us NASA’s entire New Horizons’ Pluto mission fly by in 16 seconds, the space agency posted an actual video of the historic event on Instagram that is even more impressive.
The Huawei Nexus is one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year as it is the first time Google has partnered with a Chinese manufacturer for its annual smartphone. The alleged design of the Huawei Nexus has been leaked numerous times already and today we have a bit of confirmation of one of its features.
Leaked pictures of a silicon case designed for the Huawei Nexus may have confirmed some of the device’s design features that were seen in previously leaked pictures including its rear-mounted circular fingerprint sensor as well as the protruding area or hump on the upper rear of the device where its camera and LED flash are located. There’s also a little hole near the slope of the raised area although we aren’t sure what it’s for yet.
The Huawei Nexus has previously been rumored to feature a large 5.7-inch display, the new version of the Snapdragon 810 processor which supposedly fixes the chip’s infamous heat issues, 3GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage.
The Huawei Nexus is the larger of the two Nexus devices that are set to be released this year. The other and smaller Nexus device will be produced by LG which has previously done the 1st generation of the Nexus 5. Both Nexus devices will feature the stock version of Google’s upcoming Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system.
Ace Attorney 6, announced this morning for Japan, is …
The Star Wars Battlefront beta comes out on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC via Origin in early October, EA has announced. —> Read More
In this week’s Video Game Round-Up, we discuss a new racing game from Dying Light developer Techland, the first official gameplay walkthrough for Hitman, some new Grand Theft Auto 5 activities, and more. In addition to the stories below, we invite readers to share and discuss their favorite stories from the previous week.
Next Game from Dying Light Developer
For the last year, developer Techland has been focused on promoting and supporting their first-person zombie survival game, Dying Light. But that’s not all the Techland crew has been up to. Turns out they’ve been developing their next game, FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15, a motorcycle racing game coming to PlayStation 4 later this year.
According to the developer, the game will feature “dynamic real-time commentary, online matches for up to four players, roaring engines, incredible speed, dangerous shoulder-to-shoulder racing, cheering crowds, and clouds of dirt and shale”.
FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15 is set to release on PlayStation 4 in 2015.
Hitman Showstopper Gameplay Revealed
With a packed fall release schedule, it’s easy to see how games can get lost in the mix of highly-anticipated titles. Therefore, many developers are looking to build as much hype as they can for their games in an effort to maximize sales upon release.
In preparation for the next Hitman game coming in December, developer Square Enix has released an official gameplay playthrough video of Hitman‘s Showstopper mission. The above video is far better quality than the leaked footage released in July. There’s no doubt this isn’t the last bit of gameplay Square Enix will provide gamers leading up the game’s release.
Hitman is set to release on December 8, 2015 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.
Grand Theft Auto 5 Mod Adds Skyrim Dragons
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If you’ve been jealous of folks playing Star Wars: Battlefront in the game’s private alpha, EA’s ann
If you’ve been jealous of folks playing Star Wars: Battlefront in the game’s private alpha, EA’s announced the game’s beta …
This morning the opening cinematic video for Halo 5 has been released for the public. This cinematic was created by a collection of the top minds in the video game industry, including leaders from AXIS Animation, Profile Studios, and Warner Bros. Video FX have been done by AXIS Animation while audio was handled by Warner Bros. Post Production Services and … —> Read More
“I couldnt help but be excited when I saw the first trailer for Lost Dimension. It looked like a sci-fi infused Valkryia Chronicles where you control a team of gun wielding espers taking down robots in a tower. But at the same time I was a bit cautious as TRPG frequently play it safe. Thankfully my fears were put to rest and we got a rather enjoyable title with a lot to offer.” – Rice Digital —> Read More
Cyanide Studios’ ultraviolent Warhammer sports game Blood Bowl 2 is out this month, and starting from next week pre-order customers can start tearing into the Beta.
As a little tease of what’s in store, the developer has released a trailer showing two very different fantasy teams going up against each other, the rugged Dwarfs and wily Skaven. —> Read More