Game developers Rocksteady Studios, have released the second part of the Ace Chemicals Inflitration gameplay video for "Batman: Arkham Knight." The video is part 2 of 3 of the gameplay videos meant to demonstrate what the game looks like. The video doesn't continue from part one but instead shows some interesting takedowns with the Batmobile.
The video shows Batman making his way through the birthplace of the Joker, where he fights against Scarecrow, the Arkham Knight and their lackeys. The third part of the Ace Chemicals Infiltration video will be shown during the opening keynote of the Playstation Experience event on Dec. 6.
"Batman: Arkham Knight," is the final and third installation in the game studio's Batman Arkham series, with Arkham Knight serving as the ending of their trilogy. "Arkham Origins," which the upcoming game succeeds was released in 2013. more >>
As further stated in the official update preview posted by the Destiny Dev Team on Bungie.net, the "Dark Below" DLC will be released on the 9th of December, 2014. They said that the content will "expand the world of Destiny" for some players.
"It will also change the experience of playing Destiny for all," the site declared.
In order to support the updates that will come along with the expansion, Bungie implements changes to a number of systems driving the game. Among the mentioned are the following (as posted on the site): more >>
It's already about a month since Google's Android 5.0 Lollipop rolled out. Recent news indicates that a 5.0.1 update is underway and it will be available (initially) for Nexus 9, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10, according to reports.
Google posted image files on its Android Open Source Project page particularly on the Factory Images for Nexus Devices page showing the latest OS update for the tech giant's mobile devices, CNET reported.
As mentioned in the post, the latest Lollipop update will roll out for Google's Wi-Fi Nexus 9, Wi-Fi 2013 Nexus 7, and the Nexus 10. more >>
Recent item from the tech rumor mill now indicates that the mobile phone company Motorola is working on a successor to its popular budget Moto E smartphone, which as expected, will be called the Moto E (Gen 2), according to reports.
A Greek website, Techmaniacs.gr, who claims to have been in possession with the alleged Moto E 2, said that there isn't much to be expected with the iteration, except perhaps for the display.
The website also stated that the handset can be expected to hit the shelves "soon enough." more >>
Smash Bros creator and director Masahiro Sakurai revealed that if the fighting game franchise continues, he won't be involved with it anymore.
In his latest interview with Game Informer, Sakurai explained that although there's a possibility of more Smash Bros. games sequels in the future, these titles would probably be developed without his name credited on it.
"I can't positively declare there won't be [another Smash Bros. game]," Sakurai said. "With both Melee and Brawl, I made those games with the thought that there wouldn't be any more sequels. Thus, I really can't deny the chance for another." more >>
Mozilla Firefox is looking to replace Google with Yahoo! as its default search engine after Mozilla had released Firefox 34 this week. Among other changes incorporated with Firefox 34 is an improved search bar, Firefox Hello real-time communication client, easier switching of personas or themes, and Wikipedia search using HTTPS.
It matters for Mozilla to be switching from Google to Yahoo! considering that it's funding comes from its search deals. Having to use its browser competitor's search engine is not exactly good for the browser company, so a move to using Yahoo makes a lot of sense.
However, for most Firefox users, having to be asked whether or not they would want to make the switch to Yahoo! might not sound as good of a deal. What's more, the changes will affect those who haven't touched the default settings of the browser. Seeing as how Google is the default search engine, a switch is inevitable, unless users do something about it. more >>