Month: February 2015

Halo 5: Guardians Weapons Screenshots Has Been Leaked From The Latest Build

Halo 5: Guardians Weapons Screenshots Has Been Leaked From The Latest Build New screenshots have been leaked from the Halo 5: Guardians build released slightly after the beta. All of them regard weapons so, even being not from the definitive build, they give us an idea of what we might expect on day one. Taking a look at the screenshots, here we have some considerations: The incineration cannon has changed from Halo 4, with a charged shot that powers up the longer you charge. On the other hand, the railgun works about the same, with 11 shots per magazine....

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Flags and Camo: World of Warships Dev Diary 

Flags and Camo: World of Warships Dev Diary  Looking for that slight edge when battling on the high seas in Wargaming.net’s World of Warships? Well flags and camouflage might just be that last push over the top to send you to victory and if you haven’t really understood how they’re both used in the free to play game, then today’s Dev Diary should shed some light on the situation. Signal flags have a long and storied history which I won’t get into here, but what do they do in game? Clearly you won’t be using them to actually signal...

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Gloria Victis Update Improves Combat 

Gloria Victis Update Improves Combat  Black Eye Games released a new update this week introducing a variety of improvements to combat in medieval MMORPG Gloria Victis, including balance fixes and gameplay tweaks. Balance changes have been made to everything from claiming and control locations, to character HP, weapons and armor. Gameplay tweaks included tweaks to interactions with the environment, the addition of more NPC enemies, animation tweaks, and more. There are also a wide variety of quality-of-life fixes. In addition to the change, Black Eye Games also announced that it will be exhibiting the game at the fantasy fan...

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Apple refuses to play low-price ball, stakes strategy to premium brand rep

Apple refuses to play low-price ball, stakes strategy to premium brand rep Apple’s decision to price the plastic chassis iPhone 5C at $549 without a contract, the same price as the company as historically sold last year’s model, has upset financial and industry analysts’ models, which had expected much deeper cuts. Wall Street punished Apple Wednesday, driving down the company’s stock price by 5.4%, with some analysts claiming it was already “too little too late.” Meanwhile, industry experts have, if not consistently panned the pricing of the iPhone 5C, questioned the number and said it would not help Apple...

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Time for web developers to turn back on Flash

Time for web developers to turn back on Flash Apple users – and every Web developer – knows a major frustration: The lack of Flash support in Apple’s mobile devices. We recently asked: Why Steve Jobs was right about HTML5.  Robert Cunha, an iPad- and iPhone 4-toting systems administrator for the public school system in Burlington, Mass., has experienced his share of the duality of being an Apple fan. On one hand, Cunha helped roll out the district’s one-on-one iPad implementation, which puts an iPad in the hands of every teacher and student. But on the other hand, Cunha is frustrated by the lack...

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