The Titanfall beta is over, and now we’re left waiting until March before we can hop back into another Titan. Now that we’ve got a taste of Respawn’s new shooter, we have a few improvements we would like to see before the game hits store shelves. Find out what we would like changed in the video below.
OMG! I always wanted a trashcan PC
Originally posted on TechCrunch:
[tc_dropcap]Apple’s new Mac Pro is a sight to behold: In black aluminum with an eye-catching cylindrical design, there’s little chance you’ll ever mistake it for any other computer. The previous Mac Pro was iconic too, of course, but this one is also just slightly larger than a football and dimpled on the top with a recess like a jet engine. But the true power lies under the hood, and what’s contained therein will satisfy even the most pressing need for speed.[/tc_dropcap]
Basics (as reviewed)
- 3.7 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon E5 processor
- 16GB 1897 MHz DDR3 RAM
- Dual AMD FirePro D300 graphics cards with 2GB of RAM each
- 256GB SSD
- 6 Thunderbolt 2.0 Ports, 4 USB 3.0
- 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.0
- MSRP: $2,999
- Product info page
- No faster Mac exists under the sun.
- It’s like having an exhibit from an industrial design museum in your house.
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I dont know i’m still partial to Mtech laptops
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About a week after posting its first anti-Chromebook “Scroogled” video, which features the cast of “Pawn Stars,” Microsoft is now back with a second video. But instead of revisiting the humorous approach of the first one, the company has brought back its regular man-on-the-street routine for the second.
In this video, Microsoft Evangelist Ben Rudolph is tasked with walking the streets of Venice, Calif., to ask people if they would rather have a Chromebook or a Windows laptop. No surprise — nobody wants the Chromebook. Obviously, everybody he asks either needs Photoshop, Illustrator or a Microsoft Office app. None of these run on a Chromebook (assuming you leave out Microsoft’s Office Web Apps. “If that doesn’t have the capability to run Microsoft Office, it’s kind of useless to me,” one lady tells Rudolph.
As in the first ad, Microsoft also plays up the fact that ChromeOS is meant to…
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TORRENT & BLADE
Rumors swirl of a vanishing Warrior, of a name and title glimpsed in a faraway land. But what’s to trust? The ravings of wild-eyed Rangers clutching tightly to their blackened bows?
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The RIFT Team
So after being right about FFXIV crashing and burning and Star Wars: The Old Republic not being so great I thought I’d use my keen gaming skills to predict the future. So I’m going to highlight a few games and tell you what I think.
With a possible expansion on the horizon and having had just released yet another major content update Rift shows no signs of slowing. Trion has been hiring while other studios are firing. Trion has said[which might be PR bs] that there initial launch numbers were way over what they were predicting and the numbers now are where they wanted them. Whether you think it’s a clone or the same kind of game as that other big mmo I think everyone can agree that the customer service is great and the rapid release of content will keep you busy. I predict this game will still be going strong on it’s 2 year anniversary on March 2013. I also predict that it will have more content at that time then that other big mmo that’s been out for a decade.
2. Star Wars: The Old Republic
With Bioware just firing some of it’s swtor employees it doesn’t look good for this one. The recently released “Jesus Patch” broke more then fixed. There were so many problems with a certain area of the game[Illum] that they closed it down. Having to to grind through pvp just to be able to do a pve 5 man is not good design. Also building a MMO on the Hero engine that wasn’t even capable of that is just terrible. I again ask how can a no name company like Trion come out of the blue and make a decent game and a established developer like Bioware comes out with this grossly under par one? I predict by the end of this year that this game is F2P or dead if they don’t get there expansion out by then. Also not good that it is talking about a expansion after only 5 months.
First it’s a Korean MMO so it’s losing points already. After XIV and Aion flops asian MMO’s have left a sour taste for me. Over sexualized child toons doesn’t sit right with me. And that the biggest reason guys will really play this is cause of boobs. It feels like you are playing Aion but with a new face. Combat is cake and there’s not really a challenge that I can see in this game. I predict that no one will care about Tera by the end of the year. No one will be talking about it and no one will be playing it[in America at least].
4. Guild Wars 2
WoW, only ten seconds into TSW and I find a crazy person….i’m liking it so far.
By Mike Jackson for computerandvideogames.com
The announcement has been made via a teaser image (pictured) on the official Bethesda blog, revealing little more than the title and that it’ll be “coming this summer to Xbox 360″.
It also says to expect “more details at E3″, which is handy since, you know, we’ll be there and all.
Although there are no further details, Skyrim players apparently uncovered clues in a recent game update which hinted at DLC featuring Snow Elf characters, crossbows and new vampire animations.
Bethesda has also launched an English Kinect support update for Skyrim today. A full list of English voice commands is now available. The company said French, Italian, German, and Spanish versions are all in final testing and should be available in the next few weeks.