Well how about this for a nice thanksgiving surprise, NVIDIA is rolling out their Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Shield Tablet.
Just in-case you’re not getting ready for family time tomorrow and you’re hunting the web for deals, why not stop and take a break and watch this new trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Exo Zombies. That’s right folks more Zombies.
Bungie, not one to rest on its laurels is pushing forward with its MMO Destiny and has released a behind the scenes trailer for the first expansion / DLC The Dark Below. For everyone looking to get a little more information on the upcoming expansion you will not be disappointed.
Scene: Coming home from a long day at work to excitement in your mailbox. A new LootCrate has arrived. This month’s theme was Battle, and you know from the promo material that you’re already partial to the MegaMan side of things. You see the attention notice on the side of the box.
What’s this? Another cleverly designed box? Let’s look inside.
LittleBigPlanet 3 was released last Tuesday for PS3 & PS4. It’s easily one of my favorite current-gen games, and I’d like to tell you a little bit about how I feel about this iteration so far. Read More →
In what comes as the least surprising news of the year, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is confirmed to be the Biggest Entertainment Launch of the Year. Activision has also announced that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is the highest selling digital launch in console history.
If you’ve been playing Destiny like we have one thing that you’ve surely tried, is doing tricks on a Sparrow, unfortunately they’ve been a bit lacking, until now. Players who purchase and redeem Destiny Expansion Pass or Destiny Expansion I: The Dark Below by January 15, 2015 will receive the EV-30 Tumbler Sparrow, enabling its riders to drive fast, take flight, and perform a set of mid-air tricks.
Sony a leader in the digital imaging has announced the commercialization of its new Exmor RS™, Stacked CMOS Image Sensor for mobile devices. This new technology will allow for DSLR like image capture for mobile phones.
Not that it’s much of a surprise to anyone, but the world really loves Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, so much so that it has become the most streamed console game of 2014 on Twitch. Obviously people can’t get enough of Call of Duty, and the newest entry into the series is no different.
Mario Kart 8 just got some brand new DLC that makes the game almost brand new again. Haven’t picked it up in a few months? For $11.99 you can snag 6 new characters and 16 new playable tracks – that’s almost half the game you had already bought. Half of the tracks and characters are available now, and the other half will be coming soon (May 2015). Smart staggering, so it keep players interested. I dig it. The packs also include some customization to the colors of your Yoshi’s or Shy Guy’s, and a few new vehicles to choose from.
One of the more notable characters that you get to play right now is our favorite green-clad hero, Link, who looks hilarious when you put him in a cart that he is clearly too large for. Nice touch with the awkwardly bent legs, Nintendo. Some other fun traits they’ve included for Link? He throws a temper tantrum when he gets hit – similar to one that I might throw in real life for the same reason, and when you jump off of a ramp, he jumps out of his car and does his signature sword spins. If you’re lucky you’ll get flashed a Triforce every now and then. Link comes complete with a motor bike and parachute to match.
Track wise, all of the new tracks (or re-purposed old tracks) were great additions to the game. The LoZ one in particular (Hyrule Circuit) was strewn with Rupees instead of Mario coins, and came loaded with some of those classic Zelda box-opening or secret-finding noises. Similarly, there’s a Captain Falcon/F-Zero track with lots and lots of speed boosts throughout.
I’m already looking forward to practicing more so I can not be in 9th place when the next round of DLC comes out, including some of the Animal Crossing characters. This will probably give a nice boost to online racing as well, so if you’re looking for a real challenge take it up with the internet.
Let us know what you think of the DLC in the comments.
Toad rules, Rhi out.