Day: May 10, 2011

Ghost Recon Future Soldier PC Requirements and release date announced

Ghost Recon Future Soldier PC Requirements and release date announced Ubisoft has announced the release date for PC version of Ghost Recon Future Soldier. The game will be available in stores and for digital download on June 15. The publisher also revealed the minimum as well as recommended PC System requirements for Ghost Recon Future Soldier. We have the long list of requirements below. Check it out. Minimum PC Requirements: Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP (with Service Pack 3)/Windows Vista (with Service Pack 2)/ Windows 7 (with Service pack 1), both 32 bit & 64 bit versions PROCESSOR: Intel...

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Nintendo, Say Hello To Sony

Nintendo, Say Hello To Sony Is it over for Nintendo thanks to Sony’s Playstation 4? Japan has finally had its launch of Sony’s Playstation 4. During its launch week, over 322,000 consoles were sold in the home market. How is Nintendo handling this? Nintendo 3DS console sales have been on the decline since last year’s 74,000 to 41,000, and then to 30,000 sold during the week of February 23rd. This says quite a lot, especially when the PS4 and 3DS don’t have the same audience or price tag. Nintendo thought that in preparation for Sony’s PS4 launch that they’d launch...

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Cartographers plan FreeHand to Illustrator migration workshop

Cartographers plan FreeHand to Illustrator migration workshop The Society of Cartographers is hosting a one-day event designed to help FreeHand users migrate to Illustrator, following Adobe’s confirmation yesterday that it is abandoning the former product. Since inception, FreeHand has been an important application for cartographers, who would exploit features such as layers and styles in their work. The workshop event will focus on migrating to Illustraor from FreeHand. The event has been tailored for cartographers, but the Society is opening the event up to other FreeHand users who may need a little help. The workshop takes place on 12...

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Valve Tiptoes Into Pay-To-Win Territory With Dota 2's Beast Brawl 

Valve Tiptoes Into Pay-To-Win Territory With Dota 2’s Beast Brawl  Dota 2 is one of the best games out there, and a shining example of free-to-play done right, right? Turns out, all is not well in Valve-land, as a recent update shows. The Year Beast Brawl, a temporary event that celebrates the Chinese New Year, lets players add a ferocious monster to their five-player teams. The monster can be upgraded with ability points acquired through gameplay… or via the cash shop, as The Verge points out. In other words, you can pay money to power up your beast and...

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