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Phones can make us jerks. They let us ignore friends, cancel plans last-minute, and annoy those around us in public. But this month, we got a whole new way to abuse our mobile devices. Unless we can manage how we interrupt each other, it could ruin one of the most promising modern communication mediums: livestreaming. “Josh Constine is live: I’m bored so watch me”… Read More —> Read More

The JOBS Act Is Progress But Much Remains To Be Done


We’re approaching the third anniversary of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, an omnibus bill of far-reaching financial reforms that was signed into law by President Obama on April 5, 2012. Containing seven Titles, the legislation’s intent was, and is, to create cost-effective access to capital for companies of all sizes. Title II and Title III, the Access to Capital… Read More —> Read More

Suicide Squad to Feature Arkham Asylum

Suicide Squad will take moviegoers on a visit to Arkham Asylum, according to a tease by the film’s director, David Ayer.

In a post on Twitter, Ayer shared the following message:

Set dec. Every detail matters #SuicideSquad pic.twitter.com/WA8fQgXFif

— David Ayer (@DavidAyerMovies) March 27, 2015

Suicide Squad will feature a number of iconic villains from its DC Comics source material, including The Joker, played by Jared Leto, who just recently bleached his hair for the role. Additionally, Margot Robbie is set to play Harely Quinn while Will Smith has been cast as Deadshot. Other noteworthy cast members include Jai Courtney as Captain Boomerang and Joel Kinnaman as Rick Flag.

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Meerkat And Periscope Aren’t Sure What To Do With Their Hands


What is it about us that makes us do weird things on new apps? Just two days into the launch of the new live streaming app Periscope and showing off the contents of our fridge to thousands of strangers around the Internet is a thing. The hashtags #fridgeview and #showusyourfridge regularly pop up during live streaming events on Periscope.
This is a phenomenon that does not seem to exist on… Read More —> Read More

Mr Jump Jumping Onto Our Mobiles | IM PLAYIN

IM PLAYIN discuss Mr Jump.

“One of the latest offerings on the App store, Mr Jump, seems to combine the mechanics for two or three games to create a game that is the best of all of them. Simple in mechanics and design, but complicated enough to make that competitive edge come out. Mr Jump has all the calling cards of a game like Doodle Jump or Candy Crush. A game that can just stay on your phone until that time you feel like beating your high score, or finally unlocking the next level.” —> Read More

Bloodborne Hates Me, So Why Do I Enjoy It So Much?

“Even though Bloodborne offends almost all of my gaming sensibilities and really seems to run like its in pre-alpha condition than a full release title, and even though it looks like a previous generation game and has about as much variation in the first 15+ hours environments as Pac-Man, From Software has managed to refine out the immediate barriers to entry in such a way that Bloodborne is still impressively fun to play.” —> Read More

No The Legend Of Zelda Wii U At E3 More Disappointing Than Delay

INQ: Nintendo Producer Eiji Aonuma announced the decision Friday that The Legend of Zelda for the Wii U was no longer targeting a 2015 release, a delay in other words. That decision came with the revelation that the game will not make an appearance at this years E3 in June either. While the delay for the first new Zelda title on the Wii U is disappointing, its absence from the years biggest gaming convention is more so in gamers minds. —> Read More

‘Mortal Kombat X’ Trailer Is Better With The ‘Mortal Kombat’ Movie Theme

Forget the slew of roster reveals, the leaked cinematic cutscenes, and the gloriously disgusting fatalities. Want to get really pumped for Mortal Kombat X? This will do it.

A few days ago, developer NetherRealm Studios and publisher Warner Bros. Interactive unleashed a live-action commercial for the impending fighter, showing every-day people gathering together to form a bloodthirsty hoard that swarmed city streets due to the utterance of a single word: “Fight.” The commercial is short on gameplay footage, but certainly captures the big-event feel surrounding Mortal Kombat X. People want Mortal Kombat, and they want it now.

While it’s a good spot, something not right. The commercial uses System of a Down’s hit “Chop Suey” as a backing track, and while that makes sense – band member Shavo Odadjian directed the video, after all – it’s not hard …

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How Is PS4 Exclusive Bloodborne Treating Our Beginners?

PushSquare:”For the few of you that aren’t fed up of us bleating on about Bloodborne yet, we’ve got one last piece of weekend reading lined up. With the game clearly attracting newcomers to the acclaimed Souls series, we’ve brought together a handful of scribes who have slightly less experience with the franchise in order to share their initial impressions. Is it impenetrably hard? How many DualShock 4 controllers were maimed in the making of this article? Spoilers: we all rather like it so far.” —> Read More

Review: Game of Thrones: Episode 3 The Sword in the Darkness (DarkZero)

Jorge S Fernandez: “When Telltale Games created their videogame adaption of The Walking Dead, they wisely chose to spin off from the original source material to do what they wanted with their original cast. The one exception to this was the first episode, where familiar faces like Glenn and Hershel popped in to give an awkward hello to the fanbase before thankfully disappearing for the rest of the series.” —> Read More

The Rock & Saturday Night Live Spoof Bambi

Dwayne Johnson hosted this weekend’s Saturday Night Live during which time the show took aim at Disney’s wave of live-action adaptations of their animated classics.

Behold then The Rock and SNL stars Jay Pharaoh, Taram Killam, and Cecily Strong putting a decidedly Furious 7 spin on the beloved Disney toon Bambi:

Furious 7 opens in the UK and US on April 3 and in AU on April 2.

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EA Origin Locking Out PCs with Too Many Hardware Configurations

PC gamers who have altered their machine over five times within a 24 hour period might get locked out of Electronic Arts’ online service, Origin.

This DRM safeguard was first discovered when a user who was testing out a number of different graphics cards for Battlefield Hardline was locked out of Origin and greeted with the message: “Too many computers have accessed this account’s version of Battlefield Hardline Digital Deluxe recently. Please try again later.”

We reached out to EA regarding this matter and the publisher provided the following comment: “Origin authentication allows players to install a game on up to five different PCs every 24 hours. Players looking to benchmark more than five hardware configurations in one 24 hour period can contact our Customer Support team who can help.”

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