The highly anticipated first part of Capcom's episodic survival horror video game series "Resident Evil: Revelations 2" is finally here.
Comprised of four episodes which are to be released in a weekly basis, Revelations 2 is the tenth installment to the popular "Resident Evil" game franchise for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Windows PC.
The game follows two distinct campaigns. The first features the character Claire Redfield with Barry Burton's daughter, Moria, for supporting role. Unveiled in December 2014, the trailer unveils Barry as the second playable protagonist. The character will be joined by Natalia Kora, a little girl with special abilities. more >>
The much-awaited NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti, touted as "the most advanced graphics processing unit," will not be available for release until 2016, according to recent reports.
NVIDIA's production delay is mainly due to a delay in acquiring manufacturing equipment in order to make an important subcomponent of the graphics processing unit (GPU) which is the 16nm FinFET+ chip, according to WCCFtech. The company behind the 16nm production recently acquired the much needed equipment that will enable them to start volume production of 16nm FinFET by the second quarter or third quarter of 2015. This schedule reportedly sets back NVIDIA GPU production by another three to six months.
NVIDIA reportedly announced in January that GTX 980 Ti will be released in April but in limited quantities. According to a report in Kdramastars, it will be only be available on the MSI, Asus, EVGA and "their own reference cards" because of the aforementioned production problems. The report however reiterated that there is no official release date for both the GTX 980 Ti and the GTX 970 8GB variants. more >>
Motorola stepped up to the smartphone challenge when it announced its Moto X two years ago. The smartphone, which has an innovative design and features, looks as if it's ready to take on its toughest competitor, the Samsung Galaxy S4.
Design: The Moto X has an arched back which makes it very comfortable to hold. It has a dimpled back, compared to the smooth surface of the Galaxy S4. The phone measures 5.09 x 2.57 x 0.41 inches and weighs 4.59 ounces. The Moto X comes in black and white and can be personalized with more colorful covers and back plates.
Meanwhile, the Samsung phone sticks with its tried and true formula when it comes to design. It has a glossy back and comes in black and white. The phone measures 5.38 x 2.75 x 0.31 inches and weighs 4.59 ounces. more >>
Both HTC and Sony have made their foray into the selfie-centric market, with HTC's Desire line and Sony's Xperia range. Sony has been particularly successful with its Xperia Z2, with its crystal clear display and impressive camera, while HTC has gotten a lot of fans with its Desire Eye, a device which is touted to be the ultimate selfie phone.
Here, we compare the two handsets.
Design: The HTC Desire Eye looks very different from the all metal design of HTC's flagship, the One M8. The body is made out of plastic with a two tone design, and the Desire Eye holds the distinction of being HTC's first waterproof phone. It can be submerged up to 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes. It measures 5.97 x 2.91 x 0.33 inches and weighs 5.43 ounces and it's available in matte blue, white, and red. more >>
For the past couple of years, Samsung has led the Android world in terms of technology and innovation, and among its greatest creations are the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series.
Through those years, the Korean company has also partnered with a number of chipmakers, including MediaTek and Qualcomm.
However, some of the more recent devices from Samsung include its own homemade Exynos chips. Now, in a new report, it appears the Korean manufacturer is now developing among the world's thinnest chipsets designed for mobile devices. more >>
EA Games posted a teaser visual of their upcoming "Battlefield Hardline Premium" on their Facebook page yesterday in line with its mid-March release.
Electronic Arts' TV-inspired single player crime drama, "Battlefield Hardline" will soon be releasing its Premium version on March 17 and March 20 in the US and U.K., respectively, promoting the event with a game visual prepping fans to expect more details to be announced in the coming weeks.
The Premium version of the game will be available on all platforms and in all regions, which EA announced on its Twitter feed will be accessible for beta players ahead of its official release next month. more >>