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As you may or may not know, the iMac lineup has been re-released with better specs and newer hardware– which happens every year. So why are my panties in a bundle? Well if the headline didn’t tip you off, maybe the rest after the break will.
If you’re like me, someone who owns or owned a smartphone purely for the convienience of always being connected, the ability to use cool apps, and look cool doing so on a sexy device, then you know by default that BlackBerry cannot do any of those very well. Unless it’s for work, what’s the point of owning a BlackBerry? Well that question has been finally answered, to a degree. Find out how after the break!
Why am I saying my goodbyes to this awesome RPG? After munching some numbers, selling it was a necessity towards my goal of financial freedom. That’s right, I sold my physical copy of the Super Nintendo classic. Forgive me.
What do we have here? A new Battlefield game thats free to play? That’s right ladies and gentlemen. EA and Easy Studios have teamed up to create a completely free online version of Battlefield using a modified version of Battlefield 2’s engine. But hold on a second. We’ve all been told by our mother or father that nothing in life is ever free. Well. They were right.
Find out more and a trailer after the break!
Good den, my ladies and lords. What thy are about to witness is a review of the stand alone Sims game simply known as The Sims Medieval. Spouting it’s fresh new gameplay mechanics, new setting, and new features — will it be able to deliver a ripe adventure worth spending your gold coins on? Mayhap, mayhap not. Thus, I bid thee to scourage the text and video below to find the answer!
It seems like the curse of delays have finally been lifted for The Hobbit. The prequel to the Lord of the Rings started filming today after years of unfortunate set backs. So…what went wrong?
You can thank plate tectonics for this one, fan boys. For 48 hours the popular app developer, PopCap, will be throwing all of it’s iOS games under a truck enticing you to donate to the RedCross if you haven’t already. Smart move PopCap. I can help save the Japanese from starvation and play Peggle at the same time? Where do I sign up?
The countdown for Mass Effect 2’s last DLC is about to settle cross platform (360, PS3, PC) on March 29th. “Arrival” will toss Mr. Shepard and apparent prostitute to the far reaches of the galaxy to save an undercover brother who may have information about the Reaper invasion. The final DLC is supposed to lead up towards Mass Effect 3 and will cost you about 7 credits. But let’s be honest, this whole thing is probably just a trap to get you away from Earth before it’s attacked. Those bastards.
It’s been 2,417 days, 13 hours, 18 minutes and several seconds since the desk-sized spacecraft Messenger was sent spiraling towards Mercury. And now the long journey is about to end as Messenger will try to enter Mercury’s orbit in less than 6 hours.
It’s official and very boring. Motorola announced this morning that it’s baby, the Xoom with only WiFi, will be traded to you for only $599 US dollars starting March 27th. Surprised? Me neither. Compare it to the iPad’s WiFi 32GB model and you’ll see both are going for the same price. Now wait a second, Motorola must have retarded the hell out of the Xoom in some other way to reach that price point, right? No sir, and that’s the good news. You’ll still be getting the 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 5 megapixel autofocus camera, and a 10.1-inch display with 1280 x 800 resolution.
Now that you know, you can continue to go about your business playing Angry Birds on your iPad 2. And cover your mouth while yawning next time.