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Grand Theft Auto V Game Trailer to be revealed by Rockstar Games

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Grand Theft Auto V
Recently, Rockstar Games announced to reveal trailer of Grand Theft Auto V very soon. Trailer of GTA V is to be revealed on November 2, 2011. You can see countdown of the trailer on the official website of Rockstar Games.

The makers of the game have achieved phenomenally success. First look of Grand Theft Auto 5 will be released just after Battlefield 3 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.

There is a black screen and a huge GTA 5 logo on the official website of Rockstar Games. GTA IV was released in 2008. That was the fastest selling game ever in UK. After that, Rockstar Games released Red Dead Redemption and crime thriller LA Noire. But the fan of GTA had been waiting for a new chapter. So, finally there is a new chapter of GTA 5 which will be released very soon after the announcement of trailer.

Announcement of GTA V trailer has become a symbolic trend on online. It has become the top trend on twitter also. We can see the excitement of people about the new series of GTA through online. Twitter is the best place to analysis people mind about the game.

People had shown their excitement through the comment on the page of Grand Theft Auto V trailer of the official website of Rockstar Games. Grand Theft Auto V launch date is yet to be confirmed. The game will be the biggest competitor of Gran Turismo 5.

An Overview of Nintendo 3DS

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Nintendo 3DS
Market of Gaming consoles is again gear up with Nintendo 3DS. Game lovers are much excited for it. The launch of 3DS is scheduled for 27th March, 2011.

Recently, Game Hunters gave an exclusive analysis about it, “…The 3DS is very close in size to the DSi, which is impressive considering how much Nintendo has crammed into the 3DS. It's just over 5 inches wide and less than 3 inches thick when closed. It also weighs about 8 ounces.

Readers are likely aware of the two external cameras for 3-D images, the internal camera, circle pad controls, motion and gyroscope sensors, and the widescreen 3-D display with adjustable slider.

But the 3DS also sports some subtle yet interesting tweaks to the device's design. A flat panel sits underneath the touch-screen where the home, start and select buttons reside. Since 3DS cartridges are slightly bigger than regular DS titles, the cartridge slot is larger too. The device also plays standard DS games for those users with a large DS collection. The 3DS adds a nifty extendable stylus, making it a bit easier to work with the touch-screen.

The 3DS home screen experiences a slight overhaul as well. Software choices are laid out a lot like apps on a smartphone, and users can tap certain icons to pull up the game or software they choose.”

About the playing experience of a game it writes, “…The 3DS will also include augmented-reality cards players view through the device's cameras for additional mini-games. The cards feature a block with a question mark, which users might recognize from the Super Mario Bros. franchise. After locating the card with the cameras and maintaining a certain distance, a box pops up initiating the game.

The game was brief but fun to explore. A series of bull's-eyes pop up that players must shoot, culminating in a showdown with a dragon. Through the view of the 3DS, players will see the surface beneath the card move and bounce around. It's not clear how many of these cards are included, but the AR games are promising.

Of course, all this is happening in 3-D, so viewers will watch the dragon lunge toward the screen or the goofy flying faces in Face Raiders zip back and forth. The glasses-free 3-D works great, and the slider lets users tailor the 3-D experience to their liking.” It is the most impressive gadget after Sony Successor to PlayStation Portable.

Sony Unveiled Successor to PlayStation Portable

Friday, January 28, 2011

Sony PlayStation Portable
Recently, Sony revealed the first details on a long-rumored successor to their struggling PlayStation Portable platform.

An online news portal -, writes about it, “The next generation portable, code-named NGP, is scheduled to hit stores later this year.

Revealed during an event in Japan early Thursday, the NGP will feature a 5-inch OLED touchscreen, front- and rear-facing cameras, gyroscope and accelerometer, Wi-Fi and 3G support, and built-in GPS.

The device includes two thumbsticks, addressing a big complaint against the PlayStation Portable.

NGP will also introduce a new software format for games. Each title will be released on a small card using flash memory, and allow users to store downloadable content and their game saves on the card.

Further it adds, “Along with NGP, Sony also announced the PlayStation Suite, a PlayStation store of sorts that will deliver titles -- such as classics from the library of the original PlayStation -- to Android-based devices. The Suite requires Android users to have Android 2.3 operating system, code-named Gingerbread.

Sony did not offer details on what the device or games would cost.

The NGP enters a very competitive portable gaming market, with Nintendo's DS dominating the field and Apple's iPod Touch continuing to gain ground. Nintendo will release a 3-D capable DS in March.”

However, Sony had revealed features of NGP on its blog - It had written, “Today in Tokyo, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. announced the next generation portable entertainment system (codename: NGP). NGP will make its debut at the end of the 2011, but here’s everything you need to know right now.”

You can read the features of NGP at the official blog of Play Station. Announcement about the launch of Sony PlayStation Portable had been made earlier.

Sony Portable PlayStation To Be Launched in Next Week

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Sony Portable PlayStation
Today,, an online news portal reported the plans of Sony to launch PlayStation Portable in next week.

The news portal writes, “Sony, the world’s second-largest maker of portable game players, will also outline a strategy to use its networked entertainment services to share games, movies and music among handheld products, TVs and other devices, said one person, who declined to be identified because the plan isn’t public.”

Further it writes, “With the updated portable player and the Sony Ericsson touch-screen smartphone to be shown at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Tokyo-based company aims to gain market share in markets dominated by Nintendo Co. and Apple Inc., according to one of the people, whose company makes mobile-phone software and was briefed on the plans.”

The news portal quotes a statement of Patrick Seybold also, “Patrick Seybold, a Sony spokesman, declined to say whether the Jan. 27 briefing will include the announcement of a new portable product.

The company has had trouble gaining traction with the PSP, dubbed the “Walkman of the 21st Century” by former PlayStation head Ken Kutaragi. Introduced in late 2004, the PSP has failed to catch up to the popularity of Nintendo’s products, selling 18.5 million units in the U.S. to the Nintendo DS family’s 47.4 million, according to researcher NPD Group.”

In the review the news portal writes, “Sony rose 0.3 percent to 2,961 yen as of 12:47 p.m. on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, same as the benchmark Nikkei 225 Stock Average. Nintendo added 0.2 percent in Osaka.

The original PlayStation Portable required retailers to stock, and consumers to buy, a proprietary storage format called the universal media disc. With the PSP Go, released in 2009, Sony did away with the disc drive by offering only wireless downloads of games. We had heard about Sony Ericsson PlayStation phone also recently.

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