Fans and gamers can now get a new perspective on "Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes" after a Nexus mod developer released a PC mod that makes the game playable through the eyes of Snake.
Produced by Konami and developed by Kojima Productions, the action adventure stealth game initially came out last year in March for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. Initially built as a third-person stealth game, fans will now be able to experience the game in first person POV thanks to a new PC mod.
Pao, the Nexus developer responsible for the first-person mod, released it via Nexus Mods. While there are a few bugs though, such as things vanishing and pistol animations not working, but Pao has assured gamers that updates and fixes will be following soon. more >>
505 Games and Rebellion announced the upcoming release of "Sniper Elite 3: Ultimate Edition."
The game will be available in PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. The "Ultimate Edition" includes "Save Churchill" DLC, six multiplayer maps, six weapon packs and three modes.
The six weapon packs will contain various types such as the hunter, camouflage, patriot, sniper rifles, axis weapons and eastern front weapons pack. more >>
Naughty Dog revealed that "Uncharted 4: A Thief's End" will probably run with higher specs.
Game director Bruce Straley revealed that the developers of the game are prepared to create it above 30 frames per second but they are more concerned with the overall experience.
"We're actually above 30, but we locked it [for the demo]. We're going to do whatever it takes to make the game we want to make," Straley said. more >>
LG first introduced its latest device, the G Flex 2, in Las Vegas during the International 2015 Consumer Electronics Show, and ever since then interested consumers have been nothing if not enthusiastic over what the upcoming phablet has to offer.
The South Korean electronics company showcased its first LG G Flex in 2013, so a successor has definitely been a long time coming. So far it's looking to be a bit of an upgrade over the previous, with the G Flex 2 showcasing a curved, flexible POLED display and a more improved self-healing back that keeps the phone free from marks or scratches in as fast as 10 seconds.
The G Flex 2 also boasts a 5.5-inch display with a 1920x1080 HD resolution. It also has a special protection layer added on top, which LG stated made it stronger than its predecessor and the Gorilla Glass 3 common in other devices. more >>
Looks matter when it comes to the smartphone industry, and with new user interfaces coming out, gadget enthusiasts may be interested to know what's the better UI for them between Google's Android Lollipop and Android KitKat.
The Android Lollipop is slowly but surely being rolled out to the Samsung Galaxy S5. Right about now, it makes sense for users to wonder just how Google's latest OS will fare when its looks are compared to the outgoing Android KitKat as done in sites such as Know Your Mobile, Phone Arena and more.
When it comes to design, Lollipop prides itself on its Material Design and the fact that introduced a more realistic aesthetic. By adding in real-time shadows, the developers managed to make the design look more dynamic and layered. The KitKat on the other hand, has a more black-dominant design and some may say it looks a bit flat compared to the new additions to the Lollipop. more >>
Recent tech rumors suggested that BlackBerry Limited might be releasing a smartphone with a sliding keyboard features in early Q2 of 2015.
N4BB said that the BlackBerry Passport maker could be making two new phones with concealable keyboards which are dubbed as the BB10 "Visa" and "Victoria."
A previous BB10 slider device which was initially called the "Milan" and was later named as the "M-Series." more >>