September marks the beginning of gaming season. Major releases begin to hit the shelves and this month starts off in a big way with the release of Destiny for past and current-gen console. Here’s a list of the games I’m currently playing and will play this month. There aren’t enough hours in the day… Continue reading
The original Resident Evil is survival-horror. Before RE, most of us had never played a ‘horror’ game. Hell, I don’t even know if that genre even existed before Resident Evil. Capcom, the original developer, is joining the remastering game and releasing an HD version of RE. This isn’t the first time the game as received the make over treatment as an HD version was released for Gamecube back in 2002. This version, which is scheduled for release on current and past gen (360/ps3), will drop in early 2015 and is a remastering of the Gamecube version of the game.
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There’s a video on YouTube by jmcminn entitled Apple Campus 2 Construction Video. In the video, JM straps a GoPro video camera to a quad copter and gives us a look at what’s happening with Apple’s new HQ. The future base of operations for Apple looks more like a spaceship than it does a corporate headquarters. Of course the most interesting aspect of the video is the ease in which it was taped. I think quad copters are pretty cool, and it’s use as construction technology is pretty dope. But I can’t help but worry when the day comes when people start using this technology to spy on others. The tech used in this video isn’t expensive or hard to get a hold of. I guess I need to think of the best in people instead of the worst.
So what do you think of Apple’s new HQ? Do you think quad copters equipped with cameras will ever become a problem in society?
Remember Alienware…before they were bought out by Dell? They were the company responsible for the popular line of hardcore gaming machines. Super expensive but top of the line, I remember lusting after one even though I didn’t play games on the computer. Since the company was purchased by Dell things have been pretty straight forward. Hardcore gaming at affordable prices(or something like that). I guess Dell and Alienware grew tired of other companies taking all the shine in the gaming space as the landing page for the new Area-51 Desktop is now live.
The new unit has everything you would expect from an “extreme” gaming rig. 4K ready, 32GB of RAM, and everything else you need to play the latest games on max settings. Or send a rocket into space. No word on pricing, but you can hit the link and visit the site for more info.