Plain and simple.
Leon Kennedy and Chris Redfield are back to take on another zombie outbreak. Leon’s killing the president, Chris is in Tokyo and a mysterious bald guy appears out of nowhere to help in the storyline. What will the plot be? Will there be a huge hype on this? Will there be any significant change in the gameplay? More on this as it developes.
The game is set to be released on 11/20/12 for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 and will later be released for the PC.
For the mean time, enjoy the trailer!
Having got my very first Apple product The iPhone 4S through the PayPal’s Wishlist competition back in December of 2011, it was only right I would give everyone a low down on how my user experiences have been in using the iPhone 4S. Having been a Nokia user for many years and I have to admit I don’t know why I never used the iPhone before but now I have had the opportunity for it to wow me and now I trust the iPhone will become an invaluable tool and mobile smartphone for years to come.
The iPhone 4S in Summary
Here are a number of features that have bee great for my day to day life, and having used the iPhone for a number of weeks I can safely say it is and will continue to be the best smartphone ever to be introduced and eclipses all the predecessors of the past.
|iPhone 4S – Camera Photo|
Not only have I been able to manage my day to day events, I also receive notifications of Birthday’s and Anniversary of families and friends and these are sync’d via iCloud and user inputs on the Windows Live & hotmail calendars. This is also extended to the Google Calendars which Sync’s fabulously. Now I don’t have to rely Facebook events anymore and therefore all my events are pushed straight to my iPhone notification centre which ultimately enables me to SMS and email my friends and family all from the comfort of my iPhone. I will never have to worry about a missed Birthday or Appointment ever again.
HD Camera & HD Video
Now the 8MP HD camera has been so convenient for me and the quality of the images are second to none. Believe it or not I actually was looking to buy a Digital camera to go alongside my iPhone 4S, however after taking a few photos from the iPhone I have to admit I have been pleased with the quality of the photos and therefore will not be needing one. (see the photo)
iMessage, Game Centre, Notification Centre, Mail, Find iPhone, Find Friends, App Store & Music have all been fantastic to use.
The App store houses a number of fantastic free games and the gaming experience has been excellent. Hours of fun in one pocket sized phone. Impressed with the graphics, game loading speed, and general gameplay have been excellent. My favourite games include
- Temple Run
- Mega Jump
- iBasket & Monopoly
Apple App Store
Linking in from the games from the App Store, I have been delighted with the quality of the Apps available for me to download, use and play with on a day to day basis, and I have been happy with the whole user experience and that being further boosted by how much it can perform on a platform as such and I for one have been impressed with the iPhone. It brings me great pleasure to let you all know how much of a delight it has been to use all these different and wonderful applications.
Imti’s top 5 Applications
I thought my biggest bug bear would be the fact that the iPhone did not have a physical keyboard and I was anticipating the touch screen to be my biggest irritant, however the touch screen and the interface has been fantastic for me. The biggest disappointment has been the functionality of the much hyped Siri.I understand the nostalgia and the hype behind the voice operated iPhone assistant that could do a number of things namely the dictation of both SMS and e-mails, generate up to date weather forecasts, perform calendar and other tasks, web search, and or tell a joke or two, but the nostalgia did wear off and I eventually switched the service off. Not only does the map search function of Siri open to US carriers only it just does not appeal to my overall user experience and I don’t believe I will use Siri anytime soon unless it does something spectacular or develops for the future.
In this video, Peter G McDermott shows you what steps you need to take to help block SOPA from passing into law. Please listen carefully and follow the detailed instructions.
From Wikipedia.org: “The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), also known as H.R. 3261, is a bill that was introduced in the United States House of Representatives on October 26, 2011, by House Judiciary Committee Chair Representative Lamar Smith (R-TX) and a bipartisan group of 12 initial co-sponsors. The bill expands the ability of U.S. law enforcement and copyright holders to fight online trafficking in copyrighted intellectual property and counterfeit goods. Now before the House Judiciary Committee, it builds on the similar PRO-IP Act of 2008 and the corresponding Senate bill, the PROTECT IP Act.”
Photo illustration by Aurich Lawson
Mattias Hulin over at Retrode is going to release his Retrode at the end of January 2012.
This is a software emulator-driven device which lets you run old classic Super Nintendo, Super Famicon or Sega Mega Drive cartridges on your chosen device.
(PC, laptop, smart phone or tablet. )
The magic happens through a USB driven connector, after you downloaded a suitable emulator , links can be found on Retrodes website.
You have 4 joystick ports on the device to share the fun, controllers not included.
So , if you’re a reader with a nostalgic vibe and a pack of old 16-bit cartridges you long to play again, head over to Retrode and pre-book your device!
A lot can be learned just from looking at one’s work environment. From the technology they use, to their ergonomics and the types of things they keep around them.
Last week I asked my followers on Google+ to share their workspace with me to be featured in a post. Take a look at the pictures below. [Read more...]
There is so much talk on the web as I write this about the sudden passing of Steve Jobs. Although the world suspected he was not in great health, his death was certainly a surprise and shock to all. In order to commemorate his dedication to the advance of technology, I think it is important to reflect on his influence on our lives. What Apple technology has changed the way you do things every day?
Use the comment thread below to start a discussion.
Peter McDermott of Micro Patrol is sad to report that according to the Apple Board of Directors, Steve Jobs passed away on October 5, 2011. (Click more for Video)
UPDATE (9/20/11): There has been a lot of speculation as to whether or not this is an April Fool’s joke. I can assure you that it is not April and I am not a fool. The website http://twitbookplus.com/ was registered in June of 2011 by a company called “MockInt” in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, according to WHOIS records. As to why there are no other news organizations reporting this story, we are not sure. However most of the information below is in fact speculation.