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I'm about one weak-willed shopping trip away from buying a Pebble so I am so down with this: a concept smartwatch that uses the entire face as a joystick, letting you push, pull and twist to control apps and, most importantly, play DOOM.
Rockstar has outlined how the GameSpy closure will affect games. GTA 5 is business as usual while almost everything else will be losing features, and in some cases multiplayer itself on certain formats.
Photographer Danny Passarella has travelled the world collecting old arcade machines, bringing them home to the UK where he can take these stunning images of them. They're like brilliant old arcade posters, if the world hadn't stopped making arcade posters.
There's a lot on the way in today's new 1.7 update for PS4. As well as the end of HDCP and all the video related stuff there's a ton of new features and options including the much requested ability to dim the DualShock light.
When I first fired up FFXIV on the PS4, I had my doubts about how it would all work. Could an MMO, with all its various menus, combat styles, dialogue boxes, chat windows, hotbars, and other MMO accoutrements, really work on a controller? And for the first hour or so, I'd have answered that with a firm "No."
A common complaint about shooters is that the genre is inherently repetitive, but that's not true. While many games share similarities, the genre itself has some awesome, barely tapped potential. In fact, I think if we started looking to other sources, we might find a way to make better shooters.
This remix of the Titanfall menu music does a good job working with some music that's already good (it takes a lot longer to get annoying than most other background tracks), but it's the accompanying video that's got my attention.