Sony has recently revealed their free offering on PlayStation Plus Free Games available for download this November for both European and North American region.
PlayStation 4 owners can get their hands on The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth. TBI: Rebirth is an upcoming remake of the original The Binding of Isaac, designed by Edmund McMillen, produced and developed by Nicalis.
The refurbished version will include a new final chapter, at least three new playable characters, a different ending and "tons more items, rooms, enemies, bosses and the like," Edmundm.com reported. more >>
It looks like Microsoft doesn't plan in lagging behind the new fad – wearable lifestyle gadgets. This news came up when pictures of the company's alleged fitness band were leaked on to the Mac App Store.
The first reports were cited in 9to5Mac and MacRumors. Here's a roundup of details about the purported device.
9to5Mac stated that the rumored Microsoft Band is quite very compatible as it is said to sync with Windows, OS X, or smartphones. more >>
The BlackBerry Classic was finally announced in the BlackBerry website on Tuesday and it looks like they're bringing back the good old times when functionality, design, and sturdiness are the things that matters most in a phone.
"Innovation is a word that gets used too often and carelessly. Innovation is not about blowing up what works to make something new – it's about taking what works and making it better," chief executive of BlackBerry Limited, John Chen, wrote in his blog. "In that sense, BlackBerry Classic represents the kind of innovation BlackBerry – and you – strive toward every day."
"The things you remember about BlackBerry that made you better are better than ever with BlackBerry Classic," he went on to say in INSIDE BlackBerry. more >>
Google has recently announced that Android's newest operating system, known as the Android 5.0 or Lollipop, will be released on the first week of November. Fans of Android devices are expecting a lot from the new OS, especially since it will reportedly contain new features that will help save battery life, and some of Android Lollipop's aspects will apparently be very similar to Apple's iOS8.
Some similarities to Apple's latest operating system include a change in appearance, which will appear to look flatter. Lollipop's new "Priority" mode is said to be very much like iPhone's "Do not Disturb" mode, so that it will only show text messages and calls from selected contacts. Moreover, Android's newest OS will include the ability to monitor individual app's battery consumption, just like in iOS8.
Android Lollipop will reportedly feature an upgrade in its design, which will include colors, shadows, and animations. But perhaps one of its most innovative features is the guest user mode, wherein it limits access to apps and payments, making it a useful feature for parents with kids who regularly borrow their phones or tablets to play games or make calls. Also, individual apps can be marked as private and can be hidden from the screen. more >>
"World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor" is the upcoming fifth expansion to Blizzard's massive multiplayer online role-playing game "World of Warcraft." The expansion is scheduled for release on Nov. 13 and will only be available for the Windows PC and Macintosh OS X.
The expansion was first announced on November 8 last year at BlizzCon 2013 and is currently in beta. It follows the previous expansion, "Mists of Pandaria" and will increase the level cap from 90 to 100, upgrade player character models, as well as introduce player-built, upgradable garrisons.
The story will take place after the events of "Mists of Pandaria" and is set in an alternate universe on the world of Draenor. The world is the original homeworld of the orcs as per "Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal," prior to its destruction at the end of the game's story. more >>
"The Crew," an online racing game developed by Ivory Tower and Ubisoft Reflections is scheduled to be released on Dec. 2 worldwide and on Dec. 4 in Japan for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and the Windows PC.
The game is already available for pre-purchase on Steam for the Windows PC. Another closed beta is to be held sometime in November but it has not been announced on which consoles it will be held.
"The Crew" is essentially a massively multiplayer online game where the cars act as the player's avatar. The game is also an open world game set in the U.S. The players can also form crews where they can compete with other crews in eight-player races across the roads of the U.S. more >>