An entry in SteamWorks database suggest that Left 4 Dead 3 might be in development. A developer managed to force his way into the database and uncover the page, although he notes it has not been updated for several months.
“I brute forced it in a way, there were lots of interesting things I found. L4D3 was the most interesting although it hasn’t been updated in months so it may be dead.”
The user was subsequently banned from Steam.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown will be released to iOS next week. 2K Games has announced the game drops to iOS devices on June 20th, 2013. The game will cost you $19.99. The game was carefully adapted for touch devices. Everything from the PC and consoles version are intact, excluding the multiplayer. Head-to-head play will be added at a later date, for free.
To play the game you need an iPad 2 or later, iPhone 4S or 5, iPad Mini, or fifth-generation iPod touch.
The Dead Space series is not dead, EA Games Label boss Patrick Söderlund confirmed to Eurogamer. That being said, Dead Space 4 is not in development as of now. The team responsible for the series are apparently ”working on something else very exciting.”
“I wouldn’t say it’s [Dead Space franchise] cancelled at all. Dead Space remains a brand that is close to Electronic Arts’ heart. It’s been a great brand for us done by a very passionate team. Is that team working on a Dead Space game today? No they’re not. They’re working on something else very exciting. You have to think of it from that perspective. Is it better to put them on the fourth version of a game they’ve done three previous versions of before? Or is it better to put them on something new that they want to build, that they have passion for? I am of the utmost opinion that we have to put the best possible games in the hands of our fans,” Söderlund said.
“How you get to a great game, the first thing you need is a great development team that have a passion for building what they’re building. That’s a simple parameter. Everything else follows. Money, time, everything else follows. It’s less relevant. That’s ultimately how you get success. It’s as simple as that.”
“Will there be another Dead Space game? Who knows? Have we killed it? No, of course not. But right now that dev team is focused on something else that you and other gamers will be very happy with,” he continued.
The voxophone is built from oak and plexiglass. Inside the device we find a MP3 player and a 3 watt amp. It also plays music via Bluetooth devices and has a headphone input. The songs can be changed with three buttons hidden behind left speaker cloth.
The system requirements for Among The Sleep has been revealed.
Below you can find the game’s system requirements:
- Processor: Intel Core 2 DUO 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon X2 2.7 GHz
- Memory: 3 GB (32 bit OS) 4GB (64 bit OS)
- Video Card: 512 MB or more, DirectX 9-compatible with support for Pixel Shader 3.0
As you can see, the requirements aren’t exactly high. Even if they might change slightly, any PC built within two years should be able to play it without any issues. Furthermore, a Reddit AMA is currently ongoing. A gameplay video created by PewDiePie was recently uploaded. Along with that, screenshots were also revealed a few days ago.
Pokemon Rumble U will be arriving in Japan on April 24th.
In addition the game will be the first Wii U game that will utilize NFC. Below you can see the definition of NFC:
NFC, short for Near Field Communication, is a short range wireless RFID technology that makes use of interacting electromagnetic radio fields instead of the typical direct radio transmissions used by technologies such as Bluetooth. It is meant for applications where a physical touch, or close to it, is required in order to maintain security. NFC is planned for use in mobile phones for, among other things, payment, in conjunction with an electronic wallet, and for setting up connections between Bluetooth devices (rendering the current manual Bluetooth pairing process obsolete). The technology is promoted by the NFC-Forum.
The game is known in Japan as Pokemon Scramble U.
ZeroShock III is a laptop case for 15.4″ laptops. The one I’m reviewing was the black version. The case is said to have super shock absorption meaning you should be able to drop your computer and the case will absorb the fall damage. This is perfect if you’re a bit clumsy. The laptop case is also very lightweight and generally very small when your laptop is not in the case. Furthermore the case is also water repellent, which means you don’t have to worry about going out with your laptop in the rain.
I thoroughly like how water repellent the outer material is. For the sake of testing it, I poured water from a water bottle on the case and it just slid right off. It did leave a small streak where I had wiped off the water that didn’t drip off, but that’s a minor detail which really doesn’t make any difference. The memory foam really shapes itself around the laptop and keeps it in place. You won’t have to worry about any rattling or sliding in the case once you’ve sealed it up properly. Adding another bag and having this one inside it will ensure your laptop is kept secure and away from any types of damages. The case also comes with a front pocket where you can store various cords, discs, and what not.
What I disliked about this case was that there wasn’t any type of handle. This means that carrying it long distances is impossible. Still, it’s doable if you really want to.