Sony has announced that God of War: Ascension single-player demo will be available to ALL PlayStation Network users later today. The demo is different from E3 version shown before and actually it is the same 30 minute gameplay previewed earlier this month.
Launch trailer has been released as well and can be seen below:
Alleged Next-generation iPhone 5 Metal Back Hands-on Video
last month, we have showed some photos of black and white next-generation iPhone backs. The guys at eTradeSupply have got their hands on one of these back shells.
This does again affirms the brand new, taller and thinner design, packed with smaller dock connecter, new speaker and mic. grills, a relocated headphone jack and a unibody back plate attached to the antenna band. Watch the demo video below:
According the demo video, the sim card tray seems smaller, although this does not mean a smaller nano sim card will make its way into the new iPhone as well, anyway, the new iPhone is expected to launch this fall.
Google New 3D Maps Unveiled, Coming to iOS and Android
During its “next dimension” press conference, Google unveiled their plans for its Google Maps service. With a brand new 3D mapping feature for Google Earth, captured by special airplanes equipped with Street View-like 3D cameras, the services will be coming to both Android and iOS devices in the coming weeks.
Watch the full event below:
The tentpole of today’s keynote probably the new offline mapping capabilities, where journeys can be planned and locations can be found regardless of whether you’re connected to the internet or not. Its enough to download the map of the desired location before you go and later you can use different features while offline. Awesome.
The announcement comes a week ahead of Apple’s WWDC in which its highly rumored the company will debut its own 3D maps service at its using from C3 Technologies.
If you eager for something new at E3 you must have a look at what Ubisoft‘s Watch Dogs game has to offer, dazzling visuals, unique gameplay mechanics, and fascinating premise.
The weather, lighting, and depth of field effects looking amazing, although the demo run on a PC, the game is intended for the current generation of game consoles, PS3 and Xbox 360. Watch the amazing demo below:
The demo shows lead character Aiden Pearce hacking into electronic devices to control the world around him. Causing a car accidents by playing with traffic lights, raised a bridge to use as a ramp, and distracted a guard by interfering with his mobile phone signal.