In last week’s app review, I mentioned how smartphones have primarily become time
wasters killers. Many of the spare seconds we have are spent scrolling through Facebook, browsing Twitter, and of course, playing games. I personally am a gamer at heart, so to no surprise, most of my smartphone time killing comes in the form of games. Well, I’ve found a new game that has proven to be quite good at helping me kill time, and also happens to be pretty awesome – True Skate.
Ascendance, the next DLC installment for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is right around the corner, and yesterday, the Xbox and Call of Duty teams tossed us another amazing trailer to get our mouths watering. As with the last Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare DLC, Havoc, Ascendance brings four new multiplayer maps: Perplex, Climate, Chop Shop and Site 244. If that’s not enough, Ascendance comes with a LMG/Shotgun hybrid weapon, the OHM-Werewolf, a Grapple mode, which allows you to quickly traverse the map, and more Exo Zombie goodness.
Enough gabbing, check out the preview below for more cameraman, Randall Higgins, action-packed gameplay, and John Malkovich.
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Yesterday, Microsoft released an update for the Xbox One as well as the Xbox One SmartGlass app. The update offers a few minor new features, but features that will, with no question, be well received by Xbox users. These new features include the increased functionality of Activity Feed, the ability to purchase and download full games and DLC from the Xbox SmartGlass app, and a few additional notification settings.
If it wasn’t enough for you to see what games your friends are playing, or how often they watch Netflix, you can now use the activity feed on your Xbox or Xbox One SmartGlass app to interact with this feed like other social sites. You will be able to like and comment on your friends’ posts.
Packaged in the update to the SmartGlass app, users can now browse and purchase games and content while on-the-go… or I guess while they’re sitting on the couch.. either way.
Also in the update package from yesterday, Xbox received a handy on-screen notification that indicates a low battery, as well as the ability to disable notifications of the like while watching videos. Last, but not least, Xbox One now supports 3-D video playback, and users can view when their friends were last online.
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