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Nvidia's Tegra 4 Powers HP Slatebook X2, Due Out This August
Nvidia has announced that the Tegra 4 mobile multi-core processor will be the heart and soul of HP's upcoming Slatebook X2 gaming and business tablet, which is set for release later this summer in August.
Nvidia's Project Shield Launches This June For $350
How do you feel about paying Wii U prices for a portable PC-style device that can play Android games and stream games remotely from your PC? The billion dollar chip maker is branching out of the GPU market and hitting the portable sector hard at $350 this June with Project Shield.
Knytt Underground Free, Metro: Last Light And GRID 2 Discounted For Plus This Week
Itís Tuesday, which means itís time for yet another PlayStation Plus update. One of these days Iím going to come up with some theme music for these weekly posts but, until then, youíre just going to have to deal with my less-musical text-based intros. This weekís Plus update offers a couple of discounts, as well as a free copy of Knytt Underground for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.
KillZone Mercenary Trailer Showcases The Power Of Vita
A new trailer for KillZone Mercenary has been released reveling in the HD glory of Sony's portable gaming device, the PS Vita. The trailer doesn't show a whole lot of gameplay but we do get to see a lot of in-engine visuals at work.
Watch Dogs Video Contains Six Minutes Of Shooting, Hacking, GTA
Aiden Pearce from Watch Dogs is an interesting fellow, certainly not for his lack of personality but more-so for his ability to hack just about any and everything around him, as evidenced in the latest six minute gameplay video that contains...well, lots of gameplay.
Dragon's Crown Offers Amazon Reveal Trailer
Continuing the month-long trend, Vanillaware is ready to give the next playable characters in its upcoming PS3/Vita co-op bash-em-up a moment in the spotlight. Introducing the Amazon. What she lacks in clothing she makes up for in brute strength.
Weekly Recap May 11th: EA Acquires Star Wars License, Wolfenstein New Order, WOW Dying?
The really big news item of the week is Electronic Arts acquiring a multi-year licensing deal from Disney Interactive to develop and publish Star Wars games, this extends to enabling DICE to use their Frostbite 3 for a brand new Star Wars game. Wolfenstein New Order has been announced by Bethesda and Activision Blizzard posts some positive news for the previous quarter save for one little thing...World of Warcraft has lost more than a million subscribers.
Soul Sacrifice Creator Talks Tough Decisions
Chances are pretty good that, if you you're playing Soul Sacrifice, you are now pretty familiar with the act of sacrificing your friend in order to deliver a devastating final blow to a massive enemy. According to game creator Keiji Inafune, that type of decision forces the player to experience an emotional reaction, something he wanted to be a big focus in his latest game for the PlayStation Vita.
Nintendo eShop Gets Minis On The Move, Resident Evil Demo
Itís pretty slim pickings on the Nintendo eShop this week, but Donkey Kong and Mario (along with his Mini buddies) will keep gamers busy on the 3DS while Wii U owners will be able to take Resident Evil Revelations for a test drive in the latest demo.
Sid Meier's Ace Patrol Takes To The Skies On iOS Today
Itís time to take to the skies and blow your enemies into tiny, flaming pieces as Firaxis and 2K announce the official launch of Sid Meierís Ace Patrol for iOS. To recap: Planes, strategy, make things go boom, iOS, now.
Mobile Content Revenue Expected To Consume Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita By 2016
The mobile content space is a sketchy one; yes, there is a lot of proliferation in mobile technology and mobile software, however there is also a lot of volatile financial investments that don't always pan out. A new report from Juniper Research suggests that the overall landscape of mobile content will reach and exceed $65 billion by 2016, up from the $45 billion estimated for this current fiscal year.
Defiance, Warframe Make It Onto April's Top 20 Most Played Games List
Syfy and Trion World's Defiance MMO shooter game has managed to make it onto the top 20 list for the most played games in April, grabbing the number 9 spot. This is probably great news for the duo who teamed up to offer gamers and sci-fi aficionados a tie-in, cross-media game and TV show. Free-to-play shooter Warframe also made the list with a massive 42 spot jump since first debuting.