It has been almost a year since the opening of Rockstar's GTA V multiplayer port, GTA Online, and the highly anticipated Heists DLC has not been released.
One user-made website called AreTheHeistsThereYet.com counts down from the day GTA Online was released up to the current date where the DLC is still not released. As of this writing, it has been 329 days since GTA Online was released.
The Heists DLC is what players have been waiting for since its announcement earlier this year and it promises missions in which a player and his friends can partake in. These missions include the Prison Van Rescue, Drop Off Hooker, Funeral, Territory Takeover, Flight Gangmate, Cop Territory, Ornate Bank Heists, and FIB Grab. more >>
EA will be releasing the next title to their football game franchise, Madden NFL 15 tomorrow Aug. 26 in the U.S. and on Aug. 29 in Europe.
Madden NFL 15 will be the 26th title in the franchise made by Electronic Arts. Madden is much like the FIFA game franchise being based on the sport itself with its many player and clubs. While FIFA takes its teams from various football leagues like Barclay's Premier League or La Liga, Madden takes it teams from the American National Football League.
The OnePlus One is an unusual high-spec smartphone in the sense that it's priced at half than most of the high-end smartphones in the market. Since its release earlier in June, the OnePlus One has been regarded as a game changer proving that a high-end phone can also be budget friendly as well.
The company however faced hundreds of refund requests from customers who have purchased their phones because of a yellow band screen issue. This doesn't necessarily mean trouble for OnePlus but the refunds isn't helping with the phone's promotion.
Before release, the phone was only attainable through invites and pre-orders but now that it is released, the phone can be bought in selected stores like Oppomart. more >>
NEW YORK — The American Bible Society's' stated mission is to engage people "with the life-changing message of God's Word," and the 200-year-old Christian nonprofit appears to be pulling out all the stops to stick to that mission. Its latest form of outreach is a new interactive "immersive experience" — a 3D game, dubbed "Dive In" that is supposed to turn players' minds to the condition of their heart.
Dive In was unveiled less than a month ago outside of the American Bible Society's New York City headquarters, not far from the heavily-trafficked Christopher Columbus Circle.
The game uses a 3D camera that incorporates gesture tracking. Once a player steps up to bat, their body movements are tracked and they can then control their avatar's movements by leaning left or right, flapping their arms or waving as they swim through an imaginary water world. more >>
Motorola is reportedly sending exclusive media invites for their Sept. 4 Chicago event. But even if it's still more than a week until that conference takes place, more rumors are once again arising regarding the new devices that Motorola is yet to unveil.
This information was released by Hong Kong-based Facebook page site HellomotoHK. In a status update, they posted photos of two next-gen Motorola devices, the Moto X+1 (Moto X) and Moto G2 (Moto G).
In it, they said that Moto X+1 will don a 5.2-inch AMOLED screen display, a spec that is not far from what already been speculated 5.1 or 5.2-inch. The Moto G2, on the other hand, has s smaller measurement of 4.7 inches. more >>
Rumor has it that Samsung's next flagship Android device will be the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. It will have a 5.7-inch, 4K screen integrated with a Retina scanner and a UV sensor, and is strongly-speculated to arrive with metallic outer construction.
Other sources pointed out that Samsung Electronics might reveal the official release date of the Note 4 probably after Unpacked event which is reported to be held simultaneously in Berlin, Beijing, and New York City this coming September 3.
IBTimes said that buyers will expect far more superior specs than that its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 3. more >>