Codemasters has today released the first trailer for its upcoming racing game Grid Autosport that will be launching on June 27, 2014 and will be available on the older generation Xbox 360 and PlayStation three consoles as well as Windows PCs.
The new Grid Autosport game builds on the previous Grid 2 game released last year and Codemasters say they have been listening to community feedback to help improve the game yet still remain true to its original core fans, with a return of the cockpit view which was removed from Grid 2.
Gamers who have played Battlefield 4 are sure to be experienced the rubber banding issues that have affected the first-person shooter (FPS) video game since its launch.
This week DICE has announced that it will be upgrading its hardware to correct the issues that players have been experiencing which is particularly noticeable during 64 player games in the latest Naval Strike DLC.
Sony PlayStation 4 owners have some good news. Evolution Studios’ Driveclub was supposed to be a launch title for Sony’s new console, but back in October we learned that the game had been pushed into a 2014 release. Well, President of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida has confirmed the Driveclub PS4 release date for all of us who were left wondering.
This highly anticipated title will be released for the Sony PlayStation 4 on October 7th, 2014. That is a delay of almost an entire year, but as Yoshida says “the problem with being ambitious is you have to be prepared to accept there will be challenges along the way.” True enough. Let’s hope that it will be worth the wait.
Defiance the open world shooter MMO from Trion Worlds that interconnects with the Syfy’s TV Defiance series that is produced by Universal Cable Productions and written by Rockne S. O’Bannon.
Has this week announced theta the Defiance game will be available to play-for-free starting on June 4th 2014, just in time for Season 2 of the show which starts June 19 for US viewers and June 20 in Germany, Spain, Australia, Latin America, and Asia.
Consoles these days do so much more than just playing video games. You can even watch videos via Netflix and Hulu to name just two entertainment options. I imagine that many Xbox users are not happy that they have to pay for an Xbox Live Gold subscription just to access features like streaming movies.
Well, this requirement could soon be removed, according to Arstechnia. Their sources have informed them that Microsoft is planning to remove the requirement for an Xbox Live Gold subscription in order to view videos on Hulu or Netflix and other streaming media apps. Nice, but it sucks that people have had to pay for it up until this point.
Still can’t get enough of Los Santos? Well, in that case, Grand Theft Auto Online has just made available The High Life Update. In this update, you will now be able to enjoy features like high-end apartments, multi-property ownership, four new rides, a powerful Bullpup Rifle, and much more.
This is an automatic update which will include five more options to the Los Santos real estate market, all of them in prime locations like the Eclipse Towers, Richards Majestic and others. They all have the latest in interior design. You will be living large for sure.
You can also own a few unique properties, simultaneously. You can also buy the Enus Huntly S (SUV), Dewbauchee Massacro (Sports), Pegassi Zentorno (Super) and Dinka Thrust (motorcycle), from any garage property in Story Mode.
The High Life Update will also introduce ‘Non Contact’ to the race options, letting you enjoy standard races with collisions disabled between vehicles. All in all it sounds like you are getting a lot of great content in this update. That should keep you playing for quite a long time.
There’s a piece of good news for those rocking a Samsung Galaxy SIII tied to Sprint. The carrier is finally rolling out the much awaited Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for the device as we speak.
The latest Android 4.4 KitKat update bumps the build number toÂ L710VPUCND8, and is rolling out today. The complete change log is not available, and the Sprint’s support page only lists “Android 4.4 KitKat update” in the description section.
Samsung apparently has some new tablets in the works, the device will be called the Samsung Galaxy Tab S and it will apparently comes with two different display sizes.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S is said to come with a choice of an 8.4 inch display or a 10.5 inch display, both devices will feature a WQXGA display with a resolution 2560 x 1600 pixels.
Google Maps is my personal favorite when it comes to navigation and directions, at least for my region. It shows me the shortest possible routes, and helps me get the right directions to my destination.
Recently, the folks at Google pushed out a big update for Google Maps for Android and iOS, and introduced a number of new features and enhancements to improve the app.
We have been hearing rumors for a while about the new Pantech Vega Iron 2 Android handset, the device is now official, and we have all the details on this new Android device from Pantech.
The Pantech Vega Iron 2 is equipped with a 5.3 inch AMOLED display that has a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, the device is powered by a quad core 2.3Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 mobile processor.
The LG G2 Mini went on sale in the UK at the end of last month, and now we have an unboxing video of the handset, which gives us a good look at the device and some of its features.
This new mini version of the LG G2 comes with a 4.7 inch qHD display that has a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels, the device is powered by a quad core 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm.
The chocolaty Android 4.4 KitKat has reached most of the devices in the US, including the major carriers, except one: Verizon Wireless.
The Big Red released the Android 4.4 Kitkat for the Galaxy Note 3 via Kies a few days back, but if you don’t like the wired means, you be glad to find out the update is being pushed over-the-air as well. All you have to do is wait for the magical notification to pop up on your screen and update your device.