Day: February 18, 2016

Go Lock In Your Nintendo Account Name Now – Registrations Are Open!

Go Lock In Your Nintendo Account Name Now – Registrations Are Open! If you’ve been waiting on pins and needles for Miitomo, Nintendo’s first mobile app, and the Nintendo Account that comes with it, rejoice! Your moment has come. You can now go preregister for Miitomo and create a fresh new Nintendo Account before things get all hectic. Right now you can head over to the official Miitomo site and follow the prompts to create a Nintendo Account that will be used as your key to My Nintendo, which will launch in March alongside Miitomo. It’s a replacement for Club...

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Expo: Picture gallery

Expo: Picture gallery Macworld Expo New York 2000 is a tremendous success, with crowds swarming around Apple’s totally revamped desktop Macs and many exciting third-party products. To give you a feel for the Expo, Macworld is presenting a photo gallery from the show floor. Keep checking Macworld Online for more news stories, reactions, photos and exclusive...

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Users report analog drift issues with Xbox One controllers

Users report analog drift issues with Xbox One controllers Xbox users seem to feeling some heartache with a new issue arising from Xbox One’s controllers. Technology moves fast these days, so it’s no surprise when a new and innovative gadget comes out with a few bugs or glitches here and there. Unfortunately for Xbox One users, many are beginning to experience issues with the their Xbox One controllers. The issue has been known since the Xbox One’s release, but is now starting to catch fire and spread throughout the Internet. Yesterday, problem-stricken users took to Xbox.com’s official forums, where...

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Ironcast dropping soon to a console near you! | Ironcast

Ironcast dropping soon to a console near you! | Ironcast Top hats and giant mechs. Need I say more? Dreadbit’s Steampunk mech combat game will be releasing on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on the 1st and 4th of March, respectively. The console release trailer isn’t available yet, so for now we’ll have to make do with the PC one.  The game is described as Puzzlequest  meets FTL: Faster Than Light on its Steam page, and it’s pretty easy to see why. Your Ironcast mech’s weapons and systems are driven by generating resource nodes which can be used offensively or defensively.  The combat...

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