The predictable and highly anticipated sequel to the blockbuster Final Fantasy XIII, is close to release. Only a couple of days ago did Square Enix release a prerelease demo for XIII-2, so I decided to kill some hours and have a try at it.
The new game comes out with a mountain of goodies depending on what edition you buy, if you pre-ordered the game and where you are in the world. These range from: a four disc soundtrack, a concept art collection, a one-disc soundtrack, six postcards, replica large-print art of Lightning, a t-shirt, lithograph cards, a novella, and the game itself.
The game (since its release in Japan) has also come with a DLC schedule, including a Colosseum which will let players battle through certain enemies and possible some colosseum-exclusive ones, more monster allies to fight by your side and more outfits for the main characters. From other news reports, it is likely to be a monthly release of content.read more
Director David Fincher makes another version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo only three years after the original, but he does it better.read more
Google had been talking about an always on, always connected laptop which would be based around the Google Chrome browser for a few years now. Samsung is one of the companies that has created such a computer and it is dubbed the Samsung Series 5 Chromebook.read more
Our good friends over at Zippy went ahead and sent us over one of their new Bluetooth Keyboards, the BT-500. The keyboard was initially marketed towards iOS products, more specifically the iPad.
The keyboard, right out of the box is quite small but that is to be expected for a keyboard that is made to be mobile and for smaller form factor devices. Lets get to the details and specs of the Keyboard first.read more
Ghost Protocol is over two hours of action that doesn’t forget the importance of pacing and guile.read more