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    by Published on January 8th, 2019 17:22
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    2. DCEmu

    Today we have a release of a new Teaser Trailer for Captain Marvel and its looking great, personally looking forward to seeing Nick Fury getting a lot more time and obviously theres some good comedic value between him and Captain Marvel. Heres the trailer:

    Hope begins with a hero. Check out this special look at Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel! In theaters March 8. Get tickets now: ...
    by Published on January 8th, 2019 16:07
    1. Categories:
    2. Xbox One

    On the wake of a new sunrise, the tantalising quasi-real rendition of life on the world of X-box got several additions-a whole new oeuvre of ultimate gaming process. If you aren’t busy palying games with 50 free spins thunderstruck no deposit, we are sure you are wondering what to expect from your Xbox this year?
    Let us take a look at a few of such games, slated to slay 2019 with its unparalleled creative zone.

    1. The Outer Worlds

    The idea of grandeur scribed in codes is the signature of Obsidian, the progenitors of Fallout and Fallout: New Vegas. Attuned to the profound schematics of an epic game, The Outer Worlds definitely seems to redeem the creators’ disastrous fiasco of Fallout 76 and would surely pack a punch in the foreground of console warfare.

    2. Ori and The Will of the Wisps

    A journey with harrowing all-new combat and customization options, in a psychedelic world of exotic beauty, with diabolical enemies and riddles and a path that leads to Ori’s destiny, is a modern tentacle of Arthurian romances. Ori and the Will of the Wisps will be launching on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs in 2019, with a solid legacy of its prequel, Ori and the Blind Forest.

    3. Far Cry New Dawn

    Dark theatrics unfold in the post-apocalyptic Hope County, Montana, after a global holocaust at the end of Far Cry 5. In Far Cry New Dawn, the darkness is in the form of Highwaymen, skippered by the dangerous, delusional Twins, as they attempt to seize control, while the player dodges the gauntlet. This is due on February 15, 2019, on Xbox One and PS4.

    4. Wolfenstein: Young Blood

    Wolfenstein: Youngblood is programmed to be an out and out co-op game. Set in a megalomaniac, Nazi-oppressed alternative reality, Wolfenstein: Youngblood assures a palpable experience of inevitable horror, including liberal Nazi slaying and plenty of thrilling epiphanies.

    5. Control

    The construct of divergent reality, the protagonist is imbued with heightened abilities and carves her way through odd turns, in an apparently lethal world. The game will surely pave another causeway through the storyline of perceptible warfare in the wake of an alien invasion, by an upsurge of symbiosis between the operative and the player.

    6. Kingdom Hearts 3

    In an upcoming Xbox One and PlayStation 4 action-adventure game, famous Disney characters, Woody, BuzzLightyear, Rex and the rest of the “Toy Story” folks are shifting to the gaming realm with Kingdom Hearts 3. In Kingdom Hearts, various Disney characters and their universes are amalgamated with succinctly sketched characters of Anime.
    Alongside the cast of “Toy Story” Kingdom Hearts 3 also stars Donald Duck so that mirth would abound in simulated humour. The novel character of Sora is chalked to be the cynosure and the alter ego of the gamer. When the game launches in early 2019, it is expected that a humongous reception would grace its inception.
    Relatively, this year is propelling forward with sequences that promise a good haul in the psychosomatic zone of gaming. Xbox has opened the creative throttle. 2019 will witness a shebang of virtual portals, leading to the world of interactive wonder. ...
    by Published on January 8th, 2019 16:04
    1. Categories:
    2. Apple News,
    3. Apple iPad,
    4. Apple iPhone

    Love to play the many roulette games on your iPhone? Are you a loyal Apple fan?
    Apple is one of the biggest companies in the world. It was an interesting year for them in 2018 but Apple is looking forward to making a bigger statement in 2019. You may know Apple as a hardware company but that is all about to change.
    In March 2018, Apple unveiled a new iPad, in September it revealed new iPhones and later in October some new Macs were released in the market. However, Apple has come out to reveal that 2019 will be the year of the Mac. This is because it is about to release one of its most powerful Mac's ever.
    Here is a look at some of the changes that are about to rock our market from Apple.
    #1. Launch of the AirPods 2
    There have been rumours going around that Airpods 2 will be making their way into the market this year. Honestly, they are the most popular Apple accessories which most consumers are waiting to have. Although they will be a bit more expensive than the originals AirPods 2 will be better. Analysts believe that they will have the following features-

    1. Wireless charging.
    2. Smaller than the current model.
    3. Water resistant.
    4. Noise cancellation.
    5. Siri support.

    #2. Launch of New Apple Watches and Over the Ear headphones

    Last year was quite a big year for Apple watches. Consumers can now boast of larger screens and ECG. Therefore this year might not be quite big for the wearables. This is because Apple usually sits out a redesign after one year.

    There are also rumours that Apple will release over the ear headphones which they will sell through Beats. Moreover, they have plans to release a new Home pod speaker.

    #3. You Need to Pay for the Apple TV Subscription

    There have long reports that Apple could one day launch their own TV's. However, in 2019, it is expected that Apple's video streaming service will launch in the first half of the year. The idea is to mix Apple's TV shows and movies with content services from HBO and Stars.

    There is more good news to this announcement, because if you own an iPhone, Apple TV or Mac then you can stream Apple videos for free. Sorry Android users.

    #4. Mac Pro

    In April last year, Apple confirmed that a new Mac Pro will be released this year. This new model will be more powerful than the iMac and iMac Pro. It is a powerful cylinder desktop computer which does not have a monitor like the others. However, the new design is still unconfirmed so you just have to wait.

    There are other obvious Apple products which will be released such as the new iPhone later in September, iMac, iPads and the new iOS 13 which will be released later in June during the WWDC 2019.

    Which of these do you like the most? Let us know which Apple product you are anxious to get in your hands.

    by Published on January 7th, 2019 21:46
    1. Categories:
    2. Nintendo 3DS News,
    3. Nintendo Switch

    Today, the Humble Store began selling Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch digital titles in addition to its usual offerings of titles for PC, Android, Mac, and Linux. These are only available in the US at this time.
    Digital codes for over forty titles are now available in the storefront across the two platforms, largely first-party titles such as Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. The 3DS side of the store also includes Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, Sun and Moon, and previously eShop-only titles Pokemon Blue, Red, Yellow, Gold, Silver, Crystal, Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Bros 3, and The Legend of Zelda.
    In addition, users can purchase a Nintendo Switch Online subscription for either a three or 12-month period. At the moment, prices for all games and subscriptions appear to be the same as they are through other storefronts such as the Nintendo Switch eShop, at retail, and digitally through Amazon.
    Humble has included Wii U and Nintendo 3DS titles in past collaboration bundles with Nintendo, but never first-party titles. At the moment, there is no word on whether this means Nintendo Switch first-party titles will be in future Humble Bundles or a part of special sales. ...
    by Published on January 4th, 2019 15:28
    1. Categories:
    2. PS4

    About a week ago, publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Insomniac Games‘ Marvel’s Spider-Man received its third and final chapter of the episodic The City that Never Sleeps DLC, Silver Lining. Players can purchase the DLC alone for $9.99 via the PSN Store.

    Here in the last chapter of The City that Never Sleeps DLC, Spider-Man must rely on strange allies to save the city from catastrophe.

    So, if you missed it, you can check out the launch trailer for Silver Lining below.

    Silver Sable is back in the action-packed conclusion to Marvel’s Spider-Man: The City That Never Sleeps. The deadly mercenary is back to reclaim her stolen Sable International tech and gear from the city’s thugs. But with Police Department Captain Yuri Watanabe on administrative leave after her controversial efforts against crime boss Hammerhead, and bigger threats on the horizon, Spider-Man must rely on unlikely allies to keep the city safe from impending calamity.

    New Crimes and Challenges

    Wrap up the post-launch downloadable content with exciting missions featuring Silver Sable and her hover-jet, and confront Screwball in a new series of challenges from the prankster Super Villain. Protect citizens from a unique enemy type and thwart new and upgraded crime types.

    Fresh Suits and Collectibles

    Get three more suits for Spidey’s collection, including Peter Parker’s suit from the Columbia Pictures and Sony Pictures Animation film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Collect even more trophies from new tasks that’ll test Spider-Man’s Super Hero skills.

    New Episodes of Just the Facts

    Listen in on J. Jonah Jameson’s fiery reactions to the events of Silver Lining in brand-new episodes of Just the Facts and read new in-game headlines and social posts from the Daily Bugle and citizens responding to the events in the DLC.

    If you still haven’t played the first two chapters of The City that Never Sleeps DLC: The Heist & Turf Wars, you can still download the two via the PSN Store for only $9.99. Grab your PSN cards here at Playasia! ...
    by Published on January 4th, 2019 15:21
    1. Categories:
    2. PS1 News

    Whilst we know the Playstation has been hacked as far as i know you can only play from that region, so if you want to play a asian PSX game you may need to buy a Asian Version Playstation Classic, heres the games included:

    Features 20 Best Games:
    Battle Arena Toshinden
    Cool Boarders 2
    Destruction Derby
    Final Fantasy VII
    Grand Theft Auto
    Intelligent Qube
    Jumping Flash!
    Metal Gear Solid
    Mr. Driller
    Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee
    Resident Evil Director's Cut
    Revelations: Persona
    R4 Ridge Racer Type 4
    Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
    Syphon Filter
    Tekken 3
    Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six
    Twisted Metal
    Wild Arms

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    by Published on January 4th, 2019 15:18
    1. Categories:
    2. PS1 News

    Whilst we know the Playstation has been hacked as far as i know you can only play from that region, so if you want to play a japanese PSX game you may need to buy a Japanese Version Playstation Classic, heres the games included:

    Features 20 Best Games:
    Arc the Lad
    Arc the Lad 2
    Armored Core
    Biohazard Director’s Cut (Resident Evil Director’s Cut)
    Final Fantasy VII International
    G Darius
    Gradius Gaiden
    Intelligent Qube
    Jumping Flash
    Megami Ibunroku Persona: Be Your True Mind (Revelations: Persona)
    Metal Gear Solid
    Mr. Driller
    Parasite Eve
    Ridge Racer Type 4
    SaGa Frontier
    Super Puzzle Fighter IIX
    Tekken 3
    Toshinden (Battle Arena Toshinden)
    Wild Arms
    XI [sái] (Devil Dice)

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    by Published on January 4th, 2019 15:07
    1. Categories:
    2. Nintendo Switch

    Manurocker95 proposes the version 1.0 of " Arkanoid NX ", adaptation of the game of the brick case of the same name for the nintendo Switch.

    This is more a PoC, it works. It is totally open-source if anyone wants to improve it.

    How to play:

    Left / Right to move the paddle
    Touch the screen to move the paddle To That point X
    More to exit

    What does this have:

    Splash screen, title screen and game screen
    Music and SFX
    Images rendered with SDL2
    Settings and game data saved in a JSON in switch / manurocker95 / ArkanoidNX / data.sav
    Multilanguage support (just Spanish and English for now)
    Open source code


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    by Published on January 4th, 2019 15:02
    1. Categories:
    2. Nintendo Switch

    Manurocker95 offers version 1.0 of " Flappy Bird NX ", porting the famous agility game " Flappy Bird " for the nintendo Switch.

    How to play:

    You can tap or press (A) to jump/fly. Tap on the screen for buttons.

    R + L activates the debug mode, which makes you invincible and gives you score pressing R.

    What does this have:

    Splash screen, title screen and game screen
    Music and SFX
    Images rendered with SDL2
    Settings and game data saved in a JSON in switch/manurocker95/FlappyBird/data.sav
    Multilanguage support (just Spanish and English for now)
    Open source code


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    by Published on December 28th, 2018 11:08
    1. Categories:
    2. PC News

    DOSBox-X v0.82.13 is released. DOSBox-x is a branch of DOSBox. DOSBox emulates an Intel x86 PC, complete with sound, graphics, mouse, joystick, modem, etc., necessary for running many old MS-DOS games that simply cannot be run on modern PCs and operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, Linux and FreeBSD.

    DOSBox-X Changelog:
    Mac OS X SDL2 builds now use the native OS X menu
    system instead of the "SDL drawn" menus.
    Mac OS X SDL1 builds now default to the OpenGL
    output (if compiled with OpenGL support). Under
    recent versions of OS X, OpenGL output gives
    better performance than surface (CGBitmap) based
    SDL2 builds now have working XBRZ scaler support.
    Mac OS X SDL2 builds updated to completely ignore
    touch events, because SDL2 sees the touchpad on
    Macbooks as a touchscreen. Prior to this fix, the
    DOSBox-X UI was unusable due to mixed input events
    from both the touchpad and the mouse input from the
    SDL1 High DPI support for Mac OS X users with Retina
    SDL1 fix for display problems (blank windows) on Mac
    OS X 10.14.x (Mojave).
    Windows builds (compiled with VS2017) now have working
    MT32 (Munt) emulation.
    Adjusting CPU cycles with F12 + - / F12 + + (Increment
    and Decrement Cycles shortcuts) now updates cpu cycles
    property. This fixes a problem where adjusting the cycle
    count then changing the CPU core caused DOSBox-X to reset
    the cycle count back to the original value.
    Linux/X11 support fixed not to assume XRandR extensions
    are present, but to instead ask the X11 server first.
    Simple scaler rendering has altered the RENDER start line
    state so that detection of a changed line triggers a block
    of rendering without compare within a limited count before
    checking again. This means a reduced CPU load with scalers
    because it only detects frame changes every line before
    changes detected, and then on average every 12th line
    when running the scaler code. Hopefully this helps the
    Raspberry Pi keep up with DOS gaming better.
    Simple scalers now offer compile-time (not run-time)
    option to omit per-pixel compare in scaler and process
    the entire scanline instead as a performance adjustment
    for slower and embedded systems.
    Video debug menu added. First item is one that blanks the
    display to test screen updating.
    Simple scalers (normal 2x-5x and SAI) revised to process
    changes and scaler rendering in larger blocks for possible
    performance improvement.
    Simple scalers fixed to properly compare all pixels to
    detect changes properly, instead of only the first 4-8
    EGA/VGA text rendering combined to reduce code copypasta
    and reduce bugs.
    VGA 16-color planar modes now obey CRTC byte/word/dword

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