PlayStation Mobile has just been announced, where this would mean PS-certified devices now have a game store to help you get your game on. First unveiled by Sony at their very own pre-Gamescom conference, PlayStation Mobile prides itself in being a new service that targets PS-certified tablets, smartphones and of course, the PS Vita. You could say that this gaming service is somewhat similar to the App Store by Apple, where there will be (keep you fingers crossed!) plenty of games from indie as well as major developers. Even better is the fact that your purchases are made just once – each time you make a purchase on PlayStation Mobile, the same title becomes available across your slew of devices. Now for just a launch date…
Apart from that, we have also gotten whiff of PlayStation Plus being extended to PS Vita from September onwards, although additional details will be revealed in due time as right now, we are just groping in the dark. Good times look set to be in store for PS Vita owners though!By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Ragnarok Odyssey arrives on PS Vita, Nintendo 3DS outsells the PS Vita in Japan,
Electronic Arts has just announced that their famous SimCity franchise where those who have a God complex would love to play, will be able to enjoy the game on Macs from Apple sometime in February next year, where it will come in the form of a digital download over Electronc Art’s Origin store. Not only that, EA will also take the initiative to open up a beta to PC users who want to give the game a go before it rolls out to the masses later next February. In order to be part of this beta, you will need to sign up at SimCity.com/beta. Chosen players “will be asked to provide their views and feedback on their experience playing to help improve the development of the game,” so it is not all peaches and cream as you have a responsibility to provide relevant feedback, too.
The Maxis team is the one behind the development of the Mac version of SimCity, where EA has already promised that a similar rich gameplay on the Mac will be on par with that on the PC. We do look forward to the next iteration of SimCity on the Mac, considering how the previous major SimCity release dates back to nearly a decade ago, where 2003 saw SimCity 4 released.By Ubergizmo. Related articles: Evernote for Mac updated with Account Switching, LinkedIn sharing, and new keyboard shortcuts, Apple Store app for iOS updated with iWork pre-install option and performance enhancements,
Any Star Wars fan is familiar with the yearn to be a Jedi that can wield a lightsaber and use the force, but besides a couple of well-edited videos, no one has seemed to grasp the concept yet. Now, anyone can use the force thanks to the Star Wars Force Glove designed by Uncle Milton.
The Force Glove allows the user to push or pull objects without having to touch them. Although as much as one wishes that you were actually using the force to move objects, the Force Glove works through the magnet attached in the palm part of the glove. The magnet on the glove comes with an embossed Rebel Alliance logo on one side and an Imperial logo on the other.
The set comes with a magnetic base and two attachments, one that features droids walking and the other with a lightsaber. Depending on which side of the magnet you are using, it will either push or pull the magnetic base. The Force Glove will set you back $19.99 and only comes with one. LeBy Ubergizmo. Related articles: Steve Jobs' home burgled, suspect in custody at the moment, BikeCharge Dynamo lets you juice up your devices while you cycle,
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