A spokesperson for GameStop has confirmed that as of June 1st of this year that GameStop will no longer be accepting trade-ins for PS2 consoles, accessories, and games. They willRead More
Google tried to jump into our living rooms with their Google TV platform and Logitech jumped on board. Google TV failed to offer a compelling user experience and fell flat on its face. Google TV was set for failure when the biggest entertainment providers blocked it from accessing their websites and online content those publishers include: Viacom, Fox, ABC, CBS, and NBC.
Cryptic Studios, the creator of Star Trek Online MMO announced that they are switching to a Free to Play model. Free subscribers to the game will be able to play but will not get the same benefits as paying subscribers still get. Free accounts will be Silver while paid accounts will be called Gold. Silver accounts will be able to pay for features that Gold members will already get as part of their paid subscription. These features include but not limited to respecs and extra character slots. Most of the game will be available for free players including all sectors and missions. Free play will also include the PVP and Fleet actions which are the same thing as raids. More limitations to Silver players include an ad supported voice chat and limited access to in-game chat and mail as well as forums and customer support.
- New Metro design with integrated Kinect voice and gesture controls
- Facebook Sharing
- Cloud Storage for Game Saves and Xbox LIVE Profile
The new Xbox.com has launched with the all new Metro design similar to what is coming in the Fall Dashboard Update. The new look offers a new social area and beacon features which allows you to mark games to play with friends. You can also cancel and renew your Xbox Live subscription plan right from the Xbox.com webpage. Go ahead and head on over to Xbox.com and check out the new interface.