The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 have a 6.3-inch screen?

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Games and Players

Samsung game pad

With all this information flooding Samsung Galaxy S4 with its announcement yesterday at the Samsung press event unwrapped, it seems that Samsung has also given a potential spoiler of his big combined another note Samsung Galaxy 3.

With the launch S4, a host of other accessories were also announced by the manufacturer, one of which is a game official Bluetooth controller that adapts Pd have a multitude of devices Samsung smartphones, ranging from screen size 4 to 6.3 inches!

Today, we are a long shot that here, but with the Bluetooth accessory defined as a generic for all Samsung Galaxy range, it could mean that the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 could be? Super-sized? In the department of the screen, along the entire height of 6.3 m.

A few weeks ago some sources have claimed that the next version of the notes come in 5.9 inches? In the department of the screen, adding an additional 0.4 on the previous model, but with smartphones becoming larger (S4 Galaxy features a huge 5-inch? Screen), it is clear that Note 3 may take a bit silly to keep his reputation as the greatest.

Regarding the actual Bluetooth joystick itself, while looking like a back to top 00 is the bit of kit esq Xbox 360 has two analog sticks, two shoulder buttons and four buttons action and can be added on your smartphone to turn your Galaxy S4 (or grade 3!) in a mini console.

It is all a bit of speculation regarding the note 3, but Samsung wants to keep its Galaxy range of handsets in the extension of the other, we can see that the joystick would be something of a story on entering S4 and note 3.


BBC Media Player app for Android smartphones and tablets

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Games and Players

In order to improve audio and video streaming for users of Android tablets and smartphones,the BBC planned to roll out a new app called BBC Media Player.

It is announced that the app will be available as a free download from the Play Store, providing improved playback on as many Android devices as possible for things like iPlayer. It provides a secure way of watching video and listening to audio content and and some new features.

From the media news, BBC iPlayer and BBC Media Player is updated with bug fixed and the full screen mode on JellyBean. They will continue to improve the two versions of apps. The image on top of shows the Player in action, and incorporates a similar interface to this iPlayer system. Subtitles have conjointly been additional for viewers round the world, that we expect may be a nice bit.BBC conjointly touched on its use of Flash Player on some websites, and also the problems it’s encountered since Google declared the update to jelly egg four.1. However, once advisement up the alternatives and nearly switch to HLS (HTTP Live Streaming), it’s set to form a replacement app of its own, that uses Adobe Air.

BBC Media Player was become available from the Play Store on Oct. 2012. It is now available on google play store with the latest updated version.

Xbox SmartGlass app is on iOS and Android

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Games and Players, Gaming/Games consoles, Uncategorized

As has become a trend, the iOS app appears to have been polished more than the Android version. It does not offer support for Android tablets at the moment, although users have found a way around this by sideloading the APK file on the tablet using a PC or Mac. However, the app is a small problem and it is far from his best at the moment.Xbox SmartGlass works on any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch if it is loaded with iOS 5 or later, however, support for the iPhone 5 is not complete – the black bars are there on the screen . It is available now as a free download on the App Store.Tags: App, Forza Horizon, iOS, ipad, iPhone, microsoft, Second Screen, Smartglass, xbox. After the launch on Android last week, Microsoft SmartGlass app for Apple devices is finally here. The iOS version of the application is now available as a free download on the App Store.
For those unfamiliar, SmartGlass adds a host of features “second screen” on a mobile device, for use with the Xbox 360 console. This feature includes having stats of the game you are playing displayed on your tablet and use your phone as a keyboard for the Xbox browser.
Unlike the Android version currently available (free) from the magazine Play, the iOS version provides support for tablets – namely the iPad. It also features split-screen for the title Forza Horizon again, which is something that most players are eager to try, but can not currently use an Android device.
“Stars Home Run” Title Kinect will also work with the iOS version of the application, bringing elements of the game for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. With Forza Horizon, you will be able to provide content such as card in the game on the screen of your iOS device.

As has become a trend, the iOS app appears to have been polished more than the Android version. It does not offer support for Android tablets at the moment, although users have found a way around this by sideloading the APK file on the tablet using a PC or Mac. However, the app is a small problem and it is far from his best at the moment.
Xbox SmartGlass works on any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch if it is loaded with iOS 5 or later, however, support for the iPhone 5 is not complete – the black bars are there on the screen . It is available now as a free download on the App Store.

30 Years Of Electronic Arts Celebrated In Retro Gamer

Author: ally keer  //  Category: Apple, Games and Players, NDS

Retro Gamer magazine goes back to where it all began for mega-publisher EA.

Retro Gamer celebrates Electronic Arts’ thirtieth anniversary by speaking to founder Trip Hawkins. Trip, along with other key early staff such as Gregory Riker, Randy Breen and Bill Budge, reveal how the company was first formed, and how it turned from a small creative publisher, into one of the industry’s biggest success stories.
Controversial games are also a big theme in issue 105. From Grand Theft Auto, to Mortal Kombat and Doom, we reveal some of the biggest gaming controversies of all time, and speak to the developers behind them, including John Romero, Scott Miller and Eugene Jarvis.
Other exciting features to look out for include an exclusive making of Tempest with Dave Theurer, what really happened to Ultimate’s Mire Mare, and why the Atari ST was so much more than a poor man’s Amiga.
Trip Hawkins speaks to Retro Gamer. you can read the full article in issue 105, on sale now, priced £4.99. Get your copy from all good newsagents, the Imagine Shop, Zinio or iTunes.

EA Boss Expects Next-Gen Consoles In 2013

Author: ally keer  //  Category: Games and Players, Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony, Wii, Xbox

Xbox 720 and PS4 could be on their way as early as next year according to EA boss John Riccitiello.

Microsoft and Sony could be set to launch new consoles as early as next year, according to EA CEO John Riccitiello.

“A major catalyst going forward, and the most important catalyst going forward is visibility on next-generation console,” Riccitiello told CNBC in a conversation about EA’s low stock.

“That NPD data, that minus 10-25 per cent that you’ve been seeing, that can and should be reversed out and some point, probably starting next year.”

Wii U will likely reinvigorate the hardware market in 2013, but whether or not Riccitiello is referring to Nintendo’s console alone remns to be seen.

New PlayStation and Xbox consoles have been rumoured for a reveal next year, ahead of a possible launch in 2014.

In a recent interview analyst Michael Pachter revealed that as recently as 2008, Riccitiello expected new consoles to launch in 2010-2011.

Valve Would Consider Cloud-Gaming If Customers Like Gaikai

Author: ally keer  //  Category: Games and Players, Sony

Steam may end up offering streaming game services – but will likely wait for the cloud gaming market to prove itself first.

Valve isn’t outruling anything where cloud-gaming is concerned, it has revealed to NowGamer.

Asked at Develop if cloud-gaming was on Valve’s radar in light of Gaikai’s acquistion by Sony, Anna Sweet told us: “It’ll come down to whether customers need it, or like it. If that’s the case it’s definitely something we’d want to investigate moving forward.”

Valve has introduced numerous new tools and services recently, with Source Filmmaker in beta, Steam hitting Linux and Steam Greenlight on the way.

“I’m excited for what we’re going to learn from our customers with Greenlight,” Sweet added. “We’ve spent a lot of time doing our best to try and deliver to customers what we think they want to play, and I think we’re going to learn a lot about whether or not we were right.

“I think they’re going to teach us a bunch about what they want to see on Steam, what they want to play, and teach the developers participating in Greenlight a lot about what they’re looking for in games.”

Steam Greenlight goes live next month.

Resident Evil 6: Three New Videos Show Leon Campaign, 4 Player Co-op

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Games and Players, others

Capcom posts three new gameplay videos of the upcoming Resident Evil epic.

Resident Evil 6’s three campaigns may feature some scenes more action-packed than others, but Capcom has picked three high-octane sequence for the latest wave of gameplay clips.

As usual, the old-school survival horror elements of the Leon campaign look most promising, as he and Helena battle through a subway.

Check out the clips (complete with Capcom’s captions) below:

Chris and Piers encounter a terrifying new foe…

Is This What PlayStation 4 Looks Like?

Author: Arthur Ricky  //  Category: Apple, Games and Players, NDS, PS3, Sony

PS4 takes one step closer to reality.

The first images of what could be the PlayStation 4 has emerged, as found in the latest issue of Play magazine.

Play commissioned artist Ross Board to design the image based on Sony’s product line and history, technology trends and the likely architecture of the PlayStation 4 itself.

Play believes the PlayStation 4 will have a Blu-Ray drive, in spite of the recent Gaikai deal. The outlet also believes Sony’s next console will feature an internal power source, four USB 3.0 ports, PowerXCell and will continue to use DualShock as its primary input device.

“The next generation will arguably the last that uses physical media,” the magazine writes. “Downloads and streaming means publishers don’t have to worry about second-hand sales, while the continued success of services shows digital is the way forward. Problem? UK’s broadband infrastructure is poor.”

The latest issue of Play is available now from newsagents, iTunes, Imagine Shop and

Modern Warfare 3: MW2 Map Terminal Availabe For Free On Xbox Live

Author: ally keer  //  Category: Games and Players, PS3, Xbox

‘No Russian’ multiplayer map returns to Modern Warfare courtesy of Infinity Ward.

Modern Warfare 3 players can now get the first, free classic map for the game, with Modern Warfare 2 airport map Terminal now available on Xbox Live.

Hit the link to download the 65MB map for free.

It’s not the only classic map set to return to new CoD titles – tight Black Ops map NukeTown is a pre-order bonus for Treyarch’s future-set sequel.

Expect Terminal on PC and PS3 in a month.

Battlefield 4 Confirmed, Beta Coming in Autumn 2013

Author: ally keer  //  Category: Games and Players

Battlefield 4 is happening EA has confirmed, and beta access will be granted with a purchase of Medal of Honor: Warfighter.

Battlefield 4 is in development at DICE, EA has confirmed.

The game will be powered by Frostbite 2 and a beta will tak place in Autumn 2013 – it will be accessible if you pre-order Medal of Honor: Warfighter Limited Edition ahead of launch.

The reveal leaked on Origin earlier this week. More details on Battlefield 4 will be released at a later date, EA said.

“Though Battlefield and Medal of Honor Warfighter each offer players a completely unique experience, they are united by their underlying technology base – Frostbite. These are two of the hottest shooters, coming together to deliver a one-two punch of action, intensity and shooter entertainment,” said EA labels president Frank Gibeau.

We guess that means Battlefield 4 will launch next year too, although it seems unlikely to hit next-gen.