It is rumored that the release of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 is dependent on the coming of the Kaby Lake chips by Intel.
Outfitting the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 with Kaby Lake processors would mean that it could support more Windows 10 devices in the future. However, the chips will not be released until early next year which means the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 might also be released in 2017 as well.
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Ubisoft has a lot of memorable games under its belt but the company's CEO believes that "Watch Dogs 2" will become one of the company's best-selling games.
"Watch Dogs 2" has even ranked higher than "Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands." While Ubisoft expects the latter to do better than its predecessor, they believe that the former will be the one to rake in the prestige and sales.
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While the names of the "Pokemon GO" team leaders are known, players and fans don't know what they look like.
The character art for Team Valor's Candela, Team Mystic's Blanche and Team Instinct's Spark has been unveiled at the San Diego Comic Con 2016 (SDCC 2016). The art for the team leaders was only made final just before the launching of "Pokemon GO" that is why only their silhouettes were put in place.
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Capcom Europe CEO Katsuhiko Ichii could not endure playing through "Resident Evil 7" VR because he found it "too scary."
"Resident Evil 7" will soon be available on the PS4, Xbox One and PC on January 2017. The game will be playable on VR with the support of the PlayStation VR and Mr. Ichii found the VR version to be too scary while horror videogame fans are loving it.
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In light of the Pokemon Go craze that's endangering the safety of some gamers, and the many violent-natured shoot 'em up games like the Call of Duty and Battlefield series, one can't help but wonder: should Christians play such video games?
In a July video blog, Arizona-based Trinity Church Pastor Mark Driscoll answers whether or not it's godly for believers to play video games, and the pastor's first bit of advice is to pay attention to one's conscience.
"If your conscience is bothering you, then you've got to pay attention to that," says Driscoll. "The Bible talks a lot about our conscience in the opening chapters of Romans, places like Proverbs — that God has given us a conscience, and in addition to His Word and the Holy Spirit, God has given us a conscience to help us be sensitive to things that are ungodly or unwise. So, I would say if your conscience is bothering and burdening you, then you really need to pay attention to that." more >>
Pokémon Go is the latest mobile game craze and Christian public relations expert Hunter Frederick says as thousands try to virtually catch their favorite Pokemon, many churches are capitalizing on the floods of people who are traveling to their parking lots to find Pokemon.
The value of Nintendo's business has doubled since the release of Pokémon Go and according to Frederick, so has the traffic in church parking lots throughout America. The aim of Pokémon Go is to catch a virtual Pokémon that has been superimposed into the real-world. As users move around a virtual map on their smart phone while they walk through the real world, they can capture creatures and then train the Pokemon and battle them against others at Poké Gyms.
Poké Gyms are actual landmarks where players congregate and play around each other. Frederick told The Christian Post that given the number of people who've been randomly showing up around churches throughout the country, he believes church staff should use it as a ministry moment to share Jesus through acts of kindness and hospitality. more >>