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 Gameguru Mania News - Aug,22 2016 - all 
Tekken 7 4K PC Gameplay - media
(hx) 11:26 AM EDT - Aug,22 2016 - Post a comment
Here's gameplay footage from the PC version of Tekken 7: Fated Retribution in 4K, featuring Heihachi, Kazuya, and Alisa. Tekken 7 is powered by Unreal Engine 4 and will be released on the PC in 2017.

Get Even - Demo Playthrough - preview
(hx) 11:25 AM EDT - Aug,22 2016 - Post a comment / read (1)
Get Even is described as a psychological thriller movie genre made video game; blurring lines and blending the frantic tension of the FPS genre with the oppressive intimacy of a complex personal investigation. The game is planned for a Spring 2017 release.

Steam's Weekly Top Sellers - briefly
(hx) 11:01 AM EDT - Aug,22 2016 - Post a comment
Here are the ten top selling titles on Steam for the week as reported by Valve:
No Man's Sky
Grand Theft Auto V
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Dead by Daylight
Just Cause 3 XL
F1 2016
Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen
 Gameguru Mania News - Aug,20 2016 - all
Weekend game, movie, hardware deals - briefly
(hx) 06:17 PM EDT - Aug,20 2016 - Post a comment
Here's a selection of this weekend's PC / Blue-ray movies, hardware deals.
TechNews - USB Type-C Will Replace 3.5mm - tech
(hx) 10:54 AM EDT - Aug,20 2016 - Post a comment / read (2)
  • AMD Further Unveils Zen Processor Details - Live from Sunny San Francisco at AMD's Zen processor event, we bring you details of AMD's new high-end CPU and the first benchmarks EVER versus Intels Broadwell-E!
  • Intel SSD 540s Review - Performance aside, the new 540s brings mainstream features with it. Hardware-based 256-bit encryption is standard on this drive. Customers no longer need to look at Intel's Pro Series SSD lineup to get the encryption features required for many industries. The 540s also ships with a five-year warranty.
  • Gigabyte Releases Three GTX 1060 3 GB Graphics Cards - The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 G1 Gaming 3G graphics card is the flagship of the 3 GB variants of the GTX 1060, with the highest base and boost clock rates of the three. It has a 1,594 MHz base frequency with a 1,809 MHz boost clock rating in Gaming mode, which increases to 1,620 MHz and 1,847 MHz, respectively, in OC mode. OC mode, along with other performance and aesthetic tweaks, can be configured using the included Xtreme Engine Utility software.
  • Intel Believes USB Type-C Will Replace 3.5mm Jack - A planned update to the USB Type-C specification will give it more control over audio functions, paving the way for it to fully supplant the 3.5mm headphone jack on most phones. Speaking at the Intel Developers Forum, engineers Brad Saunders and Rahman Ismail explained that the new USB audio standard lowers power usage through USB and defines how buttons on headphones can control music. The standard "will really make USB Type-C the right connector for audio," said Saunders. The 3.5mm headset jack is universally available on most consumer electronics, but is decades old. Dropping the jack will free up internal space, lowers the potential for interference, and negates the need for a digital-to-analog converter. Moreover, Saunders says the updated spec allows for software-based audio effects and signal processing that can, for example, cancel out nearby noise. Last, the updated USB-C spec improves support for video. Saunders says the new video capabilities will be good for working on a PC or watching a movie, but not necessarily for graphics-intensive gaming. USB-C is slowly gaining traction in smartphones. Samsung's Galaxy Note7 made the switch to USB-C, as did HTC 10, LG G5, and just-announced Huawei Honor 8. The connector is slim and reversible, and Type-C cables can push power in both directions
  • Samsung Accessories Land Alongside Note7 - The Samsung Galaxy Note7 reaches U.S. stores today and with it some interesting accessories and companion products from Samsung. The new Gear VR headset, which is compatible with the Note7 and other recent Galaxy phones, has a new look, new color, and expanded field of view. It's available for $100 at carrier stores, as well as Amazon, Best Buy, and Samsung. The Gear 360 camera (pictured), able to shoot 360-degree photos and video, will only be available online for $350. Samsung's Gear IconX wireless earbuds are available, too. These $200 headphones are fully wireless, have built-in memory, and can track workouts. The less expensive Samsung Level Active headphones are sweat proof and can control music/calls for $100. Last, the Samsung Connect auto provides an AT&T-backed in-car hotspot via the OBD II port. The Connect auto can also send alerts to the driver and improve driving safety/efficiency. AT&T will sell the Samsung Connect auto online and in stores. The Galaxy Note7 is Samsung's flagship phablet for the year. It has a 5.7-inch screen, 12-megapixel main camera, Snapdragon 820 processor, 64 GB of storage, and the S Pen stylus. The Note7 is available from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
  • Google is killing off Chrome apps on Windows, macOS, and Linux - Google today announced on the Chromium blog that it would be ending support for Chrome apps on Windows, macOS, and Linux. According to Google, the company launched Chrome apps three years ago to bridge the gap between what could be done on the web and what could be done with a native application. Since then, APIs have been developed that allow web apps to do more, such as use push notifications.
  • Google Building Non-Linux OS Called Fuchsia - Google is working on a new operating system called Fuchsia. The open-source platform is the first from Google that does not rely on Linux at its core. Instead, the operating system runs the Magenta kernel and, according to the documentation, it relies on the Flutter user interface and Dart programming language. The platform appears to be intended as an embedded operating system for IoT devices, but it can also run on smartphones and PCs. Google hasn't said much about the project, but the platform is available in pieces via GitHub. It's unclear if or when Google might release a complete, final version of the operating system.
  • Windows 10 Tip: Turn Off Cortana Completely - In the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, version 1607, Microsoft removed Cortana's on-off switch. But it's still there, if you know where to look.
  • Microsoft makes PowerShell open source, brings it to Linux and Mac OS X - As anticipated, Microsoft has made PowerShell open source and available on Linux, further driving Satya Nadella’s vision of an open, customer-centric company that’s willing to work with the competition. PowerShell, for those not up to speed, is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language that’s built on the .NET framework. It’s designed to assist IT professionals in automating and controlling the administration of Windows (and now, Linux) and the apps that run on them.
  • MIT Spinout Claims to Double Battery Life - A company called SolidEnergy Systems, a spinout from MIT, says it has new battery technology that will double the life of lithium-based power cells. The breakthrough involves a battery that replaces the traditional graphite anode with a thin, lithium-metal foil. The foil can hold more ions and thus more potential energy. Further, new chemistry protects the lithium-metal so it can be recharged frequently and used at normal temperatures. The company says it can create small batteries that provide as much charge as larger batteries, or it can double the life of larger batteries. Perhaps most importantly, SolidEnergy's technology was founded on a failed MIT startup called A123. SolidEnergy has taken over A123's Massachusetts-based facilities and claims it can mass produce the new lithium-metal batteries in volume. In fact, it plans to produce batteries for drones as soon as November, with batteries for smartphones to follow in early 2017. Battery-life breakthroughs are common in research settings, but often can't scale for use in the real world. SolidEnergy's technology and manufacturing progress appear to be further along than most.
  • AT&T's Mobile Share Advantage Plans Drop Overages - AT&T today announced new service plans for multiple lines that do away with overage charges. The Mobile Share Advantage program includes unlimited talk and text in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, rollover data, sharable data, mobile hotspot, and unlimited texting to more than 120 other countries. Rather than charge customers overage fees for exceeding their monthly data allotments, AT&T will throttle users back to 2G, or about 128 Kbps, for the remainder of the billing cycle. This is in line with what competitors do. Data plans now start at 1 GB and range up to 100 GB for families, and from 25 GB to 200 GB for businesses. AT&T said new options make the plans more flexible, such as the addition of 6 GB and 10 GB data buckets. Smartphone access charges are now a flat fee of $20 per device. Device payments are extra. The new Mobile Share Advantage plans will be available starting August 21.
  • Making A 3D-Printed Sith Lightsaber Kit! - If you needed another reason to buy a 3D printer...:-)
  • Japanese Trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - Rogue One tells the story of resistance fighters who have united to steal plans to the dreaded Death Star.
  • Metallica: Hardwired (Official Music Video) - The first video from Metallica's upcoming album "Hardwired...To Self-Destruct" available everywhere on November 18.
  • Assassin's Creed Movie Behind The Scenes Footage - check it out
  • Jack Sock's brilliant bit of sportsmanship  - Jack Sock tells Lleyton Hewitt to challenge a point in a great display of sportsmanship. The crowd absolutely loved it.
  • 25 MILLION Orbeez in a pool- Do you sink or float? - Water marbles, those strange gooey little beads you see in the dollar store, are not only fun to play with, but make for some pretty interesting science experiments too.
  • Andre De Grasse vs. 1936 Olympic Champ Jesse Owens - Canadian sprinting sensation Andre De Grasse runs a hundred metres in Jesse's shoes. Who's the better runner when conditions are the same?
  • Watch A Crazy Mountain Biker Nail A Massive Railroad Tracks Jump - This insane jump by Canadian biker Yusuke Yamamoto is absolutely bonkers and a blast to watch, but unfortunately there's no redeeming the sound in this whole video. Our advice: mute it, put on some tunes, and watch Yusuke fly.
  • Naked statue shows a whole new side of Trump - Activist group Indecline reportedly placed the life-size statue of Trump with no clothes for its "The Emperor Has No Balls" project in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Cleveland and Seattle.
  • The best pics on the Internet #207 - All pictures are carefully handpicked
  • Hailey Clauson Belongs In A Bikini - This blonde hottie is a Danish model.
  • Alberte Valentine Christensen Is Amazing - Sports Illustrated finally got one of my favorite busty blondes Hailey Clauson for the cover.
TOXIKK & Free Trial Next Month - briefly
(hx) 03:51 AM EDT - Aug,20 2016 - Post a comment
The Toxikk website announces a September 9th release date for TOXIKK, their upcoming first-person shooter. After 20 months of early access, they are polishing the throwback game for release.

Top 10 Forgotten Horror Video Games 2016 - movie
(hx) 03:44 AM EDT - Aug,20 2016 - Post a comment / read (1)
Just because a game is great doesn’t mean that it gets the reputation it deserves. Join as we countdown our picks for the Top 10 Forgotten Horror Video Games.

 Gameguru Mania News - Aug,19 2016 - all
Dawn of War 3 Gameplay Video - movie
(hx) 05:05 PM EDT - Aug,19 2016 - Post a comment / read (2)
Check out new gameplay of Relic Entertainment's follow up to the popular Warhammer series.

Shadow Warrior 2 Gameplay Video - movie
(hx) 04:59 PM EDT - Aug,19 2016 - Post a comment / read (1)
Check out awesome new gameplay of Shadow Warrior 2 from Gamescom 2016.

For Honor - Gameplay Video - movie
(hx) 04:57 PM EDT - Aug,19 2016 - Post a comment
Defenders vs. Attackers have a brawl to the death in this new For Honor gameplay footage from Gamescom 2016

Little Nightmares Gameplay Video - movie
(hx) 04:56 PM EDT - Aug,19 2016 - Post a comment
Little Nightmares looks nice n sweet but it completely grossed us out.

ELEX Gamescom Gameplay 9 Minutes HD - movie
(hx) 04:52 PM EDT - Aug,19 2016 - Post a comment / read (2)
Piranha Bytes showcased its new open-world action RPG title, ELEX. The game is planned for a Q1 2017 release.

Dishonored 2 - Gamescom 2016 Gameplay Video - movie
(hx) 11:18 AM EDT - Aug,19 2016 - Post a comment / read (2)
Bethesda Softworks released a new gameplay video for Dishonored 2 at Gamescom 2016. The video puts the spotlight on Empress Emily Kaldwin, the game’s newest assassin, who is playable alongside the game's original assassin Corvo Attano. You’ll get a look at some new highlights of both Emily and Corvo. Dishonored 2 is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on November 11.

Prey - Gamescom 2016 Gameplay Video - movie
(hx) 11:17 AM EDT - Aug,19 2016 - Post a comment / read (1)
Prey is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2016.

Where's the No Man's Sky we were sold on - briefly
(hx) 03:09 AM EDT - Aug,19 2016 - Post a comment
There is currently a HUGE post. on Reddit with all the features that were advertised and yet are not in the final version of No Man's Sky. It's a pretty HUGE list!
Considering how much is missing from the game, we have every reason to question whether or not any of the complex systems we were told would be in the game are actually there. Do the planets get any more exotic as you move to the center at all? Are those "significant" player-made disruptions to the game world actually being saved globally? Is there anything besides names being saved globally at all if there are no fleets to destroy, and you can't destroy space stations? Do any of the things they talked about that govern things on a large scale exist? If they said nothing about the game-changing loss of planetary physics, are there less noticeable things that we haven't been told are gone?

As you can see, the game we were told we'd get is a far more feature-rich, complex and dynamic game than the one we actually got. What we got was a static, lifeless and paper thin experience by comparison. I encourage anyone interested in this to spend some time watching the old trailers and demos to more fully grasp just how different the game is from the one they'd been selling us on for all those years.

There's more and it ain't pretty, in my opinion.

Clearly Sean was showing off a very different game four months ago. That footage is incredibly misleading, as it talks about many aspects of the game that no longer exist. Watching the IGN First from April bummed me the hell out, because that game looked amazing, and the game we got seems less like 1.03 and more like 0.5.03. It didn't make me mad, I didn't feel like I'd be straight-up lied to, only maybe unintentionally misled. Then just as I was wrapping this post up, I found the real kicker that pissed me all the way off. Maybe others have realized this, but I didn't until last night:

The most recent promo material from July, the four pillars videos released just a month before launch, are all using new footage from that same old build of the game that very clearly does not represent the one people can buy. That footage is still being used to sell this game even now, and it's no better than what Sega did with Aliens: Colonial Marines.
 Gameguru Mania News - Aug,18 2016 - all
For Honor Trailer: Viking, Samurai, Knight Factions - briefly
(hx) 03:53 PM EDT - Aug,18 2016 - Post a comment
In the world of For Honor, an age-old war rages between three legendary factions, each with their own unique lore and gameplay. In this trailer, learn more about the distinct skills of the Vikings, Samurai, and Knights – and what they fight for. For Honor is available Valentine's Day, February 14, 2017 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 system, and Windows PC.

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - Launch Trailer - briefly
(hx) 12:28 PM EDT - Aug,18 2016 - Post a comment / read (2)
Square Enix has released the launch trailer for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided. In Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Adam Jensen goes after are the Illuminati, the men and women responsible for tearing the world apart. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided releases on August 23rd

Ubisoft offers Rayman Origins for free - freegame
(hx) 12:09 PM EDT - Aug,18 2016 - Post a comment
Rayman Origins is a platformer in which players can control Rayman in the solo campaign, or have up to three friends join in or leave any time the game as Globox or as one of the two Teensies in the offline multiplayer mode using four controllers on one computer.

The game features 60 vast levels of 2D platforming gameplay to explore suited for all ages and all playing styles. Players can also unlock new abilities progressively and return to previous levels to discover new paths and secrets.

RED DEAD REDEMPTION - Honest Games Trailers - briefly
(hx) 12:05 PM EDT - Aug,18 2016 - Post a comment
From the people who make games about stealing cars, shooting people and causing havoc comes a game that's still about doing all of those things - only this time the cars are horses. Its RED DEAD REDEMPTION!

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Tech Demo - briefly
(hx) 03:04 AM EDT - Aug,18 2016 - Post a comment / read (1)
This is the official Dawn Engine Tech Demo from the E3 2015 PC Gaming Show, displaying the graphical prowess that is now possible for Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.