Archive for November, 2008
The Sonic Unleashed game “introduces two new features: the ‘Speed Drift’ and the ‘Quick Step’. Speed Drifting is similar to drifting in racing games, allowing players to slide around corners at high speeds, while Quick Stepping is a sidestepping maneuver allowing Sonic to avoid enemies with quick steps to either side.” The game combines the [...]
Sliders are typically known for offering the best of both worlds: the sophisticated, clean looks you want hiding the ugly, QWERTY keypad you need. Motorola’s bucking that trend with the chunky MOTO QA30, looking rather utilitarian open or closed and featuring the sort of squat form-factor that didn’t exactly woo us on the UTStarcom TXT8010. [...]
You’ve seen the first Gouken trailer, now here’s some gameplay footage for your viewing enjoyment — featuring none other than Akuma aka Gouki in Japan. FYI: For those who haven’t already heard, Capcom will not be releasing this game in US arcades.
Google’s Lively was launched this summer. Lively was Web-based and allowed anyone to set up virtual spaces, such as rooms, that could be embedded onto blogs or Facebook pages. But the project never picked up much steam. Now, Google has decided to shut the project down. “Despite all the virtual high fives and creative rooms [...]
Yahoo rolled out a U.S. beta version of its Glue Pages, giving a visual boost to users’ search results, according to a posting on Yahoo blog. The beta is designed to allow users to enter a search and have not only text links appear on the site, but also related pictures, videos and blogs and [...]
In Prince of Persia, “you’re free to tackle pretty much any area as you choose and Ubisoft has provided a handy device to ease navigation of the vast world.” It’s simply a case of selecting your destination on the map (incidentally, it’s possible to teleport between cleansed Healing Grounds) then following Elika’s magic vapour trail [...]