Day: March 4, 2011

Final Fantasy XIV Major Patch Update Available Now

Final Fantasy XIV Major Patch Update Available Now Square Enix has released a major patch update for their MMO Final Fantasy XIV, which will fix various issue faced by the gamers, details of it is listed below. Since its release the MMO has faced major criticisms from gamers because of which Square Enix was forced to increased the trail period inorder to keep gamers onside so that they can figure out the issue and address it. Yoichi Wada, CEO of Square Enix said “We’re quickly working on reforms. We’d like to put our full power into regaining trust. If...

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Infinity: Battlescape promises no loading screens | Infinity: Battlescape

Infinity: Battlescape promises no loading screens | Infinity: Battlescape 0   Infinity: Battlescape might just be what players want in a space combat game. If you have ever heard of the game Eve: Online, you know it’s an MMO about space combat. But without a whole lot of cash you can’t progress far in the game. For those who are hoping that one day a game might appear that makes space combat less pay-to-win, you might have your answer.  Infinity: Battlescape is an indie project by I-Novae Studios that is seeking to make space combat fun for everyone. The I-Novae Studios team that has worked on games...

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Sony abandons The Last Guardian trademark

Sony abandons The Last Guardian trademark The dream may be over for those holding out any final hope for Sony’s ill-fated The Last Guardian. Sony appears to have abandoned the trademark without any request for an extension. The detectives at NeoGAF have uncovered the information from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The Last Guardian, which was filed under serial number 85700141, was abandoned earlier today with a current status of “Abandoned because no Statement of Use or Extension Request timely filed after Notice of Allowance was issued.” Sony had previously filed extensions for the trademark three times. The...

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Hollywood is ‘real reason’ for Apple’s Intel switch

Hollywood is ‘real reason’ for Apple’s Intel switch As the Mac world waits to find our whether rumours that Apple will switch its chips for ones made by Intel are true, a number of industry watchers are making predictions about what the two companies may have up their respective sleeves. One suggestion is that Apple may be seeking to incorporate Intel’s new dual-core processor Pentium D and its accompanying 945 chip set. The new chip supports a DRM that could enable secure distribution for an online movie store. Apple CEO Steve Jobs is expected to reveal all in a...

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