“The Initiation” DLC is a new kind of challenge map pack that tells the story of how Bruce Wayne completed the final part of his training with master Kirigi in North Korea. The DLC is going to be released on December 3rd of this year.
As the artwork above shows Bruce approaching the Monastery in the mountains, while he is about to meet Kirigi and ask him to start the training.
“The Initiation” Synopsis :
on the final leg of his journey to master some of the deadliest martial arts, young Bruce Wayne trekked though the mountainous region of North Korea searching for the fabled monastery where Togakure-ryu had been taught since the Oho period. After a long and exhaustive search he found the secret monastery. There Master Kirigi accepted Bruce as his servant with the promise that he would prepare him for the initiatory test of honor.
As i was told this DLC will include two new skins for Batman: ”Initiation Bruce Wayne” and “Vigilante Bruce Wayne”.
Stay tuned for more updates …
Next Car Game is from what i know is all out next gen car destruction, currently in pre-alpha (or alpha?) state with a tech demo for those who pre-ordered the game through their website which through that process is trying to get itself funded, they have tried to go through the Kickstarter way but they decided it wasn’t going to happen and decided to stay with their pre-order funding way.
Here is their pre-order video with in game footage and their thought behind their game:
From BugBear Entertainment that brought you the FlatOut series are now bringing you the Next Car Game, i backed them myself and had alot of fun with their tech demo and can’t wait for their early access phase to start, here is a video i made playing the game with some “Moonlight” in it:
Couldn’t find a feature list they are going to have but from pictures and videos i have seen i think it will be added, like cockpit view, no confirmation if the game will have DX11 features but i hope it does.
As i said before im playing the tech-demo that they have offered and im happy that i backed this game up, for a messily 25 bucks i said “why not?” and did not regret it, heck im more happy getting this game rather than the newely released “Triple A” racing game released by EA, if you want to have fun with awesome destruction and a good looking game, get/support the Next Car Game.
Star Citizen, yea it’s a thing, a big thing, and not the thing you’re thinking about, the kind of thing that you would say “UnHoly Sh*t!” , what started off as a dream and a kickstart on both Kickstarter and on its own website, with 2 million of crowd funding on Kickstarter and another 4 million (if i remembered correctly) on its own website which started and should have ended with 6 to 7 million dollars in crowd funding for the game, but through out the year Star Citizen didn’t stop getting funding from Space Sim fans or people who are just interested in the game, with as of today, Star Citizen surpassed “30 Million” Dollars in funding, which if you ask.. well anyone of what this game has got in funding will be in maximum shock, i backed it too in its first month of launch, and from what i have seen it is looking really promising, and supposedly we will (the backers) be able to fly around with our ships and dog fight… IN SPACE!
Surprise of this kind of funding? think the game will fail or be the best game ever? we will know all that nearing release in late 2014 or early 2015.
Edit: in the 2 days after this post, Star Citizen reached 32 million dollars in funding, 2 million more within 2 days.
Edit: another day, another million, 3 days after this post and now it has reached 33 million.
I Recently Got an iPhone 5s a Few Days Ago which i’ll be posting on unboxing video soon, but I had to make this post because of the iPhone 5s Wifi issue that accord in IOS7 and Became more of a bigger Issue in the IOS 7.0.4 Update, This fix MIGHT Solve your Issue because it solved mine and my friends iPhones just look below for the steps that helped me solve this issue :
- Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings ( Do it 3 Times )
- Switch Off your iPhone and Turn it on Again
- Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings ( Do it 2 Times )
- Settings > Airplane Mode > Airplane Mode ( Turn it Off Then On )
That’s what I did with about 3 iPhone 4s and iPhones 5/5s, after the Last Step you can try to Reset all Settings if you want, I am not saying that this will fix your Issue this is a Possible Fix and if it did work share this to help others if not then lets hope we find a fix for this issue, but as for my iPhone 5s and the other iPhones that I tried they all worked with that Trick, but please do note that your doing on your own risk ” Even tho its a normal Reset Process ” I am Stating this so don’t point fingers !
(Video by user CryZENx)
My hunch was right, although i was hoping to be wrong, the PC version Need For Speed: Rivals is capped at 30 FPS (Frames Per Second) as shown in the video above, and i have tested the game and i love it, everything about the game is amazing, but with that 30 FPS cap my fun factor went down to 20% , it’s hard to see the beauty of this game and hard to drive with that cap, i would be playing this game for hours if not for the cap, why release a game on PC, the definitive platform that can handle most if not all games on any settings with well above 100 FPS, and put any sort of cap on it? some people asked as to why there is a cap on “all” platforms for the game, and their reason is because of their system called “All Drive”, i don’t make games but i call that reason to be bull Sh*t, and the game is running using the new Frost Bite engine that is the same engine powering Battlefield 4 with no problem whatsoever limited anything, at the moment if you love 60 or 100+ fps in games running on your PC that you spent to playing games with the best looks and best performance, then do NOT buy this game at its current state.
Edit: A video from TotalBiscuit, The Cynical Brit showing how horrible the game is on PC
Lobo invades the world of Injustice in “The Main Man Among Us.” When Superman’s world was cruelly taken from him, his retribution was swift. But one of the perpetrators is still out there, and her freedom gnaws at him. But The Man of Steel can’t spend time tracking down one person—not when the entire world needs him. So he enlists the help of Lobo, one of the greatest bounty hunters in the universe, to track down a now super-powered Harley Quinn!
An issue with Harley Quinn, Lobo and Green Arrow written by Tom Taylor? Yeah, it’s every bit as ridiculously fun as you could imagine. Lobo’s introduction to the universe can get a bit tedious as he spews he signature words around one too many times, but that’s vastly outweighed by the sheer amount of entertainment he offers and there’s absolutely a handful of times where his banter really delivers. Plus, this is a hugely satisfying read if you’ve been following along with INJUSTICE: GODS AMONG US because there’s plenty of well-executed nods to some great moments from the past. Lobo’s mustache remark? Priceless. The argument over Oliver’s hideout? Hilarious. It’s just a blast through and through. There’s A LOT of hands working on the art in this issue and the transition from team to team is definitely a noticeable one, but many of the styles have great qualities. The opening (Xermanico) has some downright superb attention to detail with environments and brings about some gorgeously vivid coloring. As the madness truly hits the fan later on, the book becomes far more polished and exciting as Bruno Redondo and Mike S. Miller take over. There’s some insanely lovable facial expressions to be found here and it really drives home Taylor’s script. You can’t help but smile at some of the faces Harley makes in this one.
The Injustice: Gods Among Us Annual is a fun way to fill the wait until the main series returns and whether you’ve been enjoying the main Injustice series or simply crave a more classic take on Lobo and Harley, this is a comic well worth reading.