Yesterday, Microsoft took the wraps off of the upcoming Windows 10 in a big way. Their event showcased the new OS, new hardware, software and how the ecosystem of devices will work together. We saw some really amazing things and still others that we expected. Let’s take a closer look.
Let’s face the Master Chief Collection was a huge undertaking for 343 Industries. Taking 4 games from previous console generations and rewriting and coding them to run on the Xbox One is in of itself a challenge. But they didn’t stop there, they made them all work together with campaign playlists that span all games or just some. They also took multiplayer and made them all work together. Sort of. Most of us were stoked for the chance to play all 4 games with multiplayer on the Xbox one. That being said we were disappointed at some of the glitches and bugs at launch.
Episode 126 is here!
There is a lot of news and reports flying through cyberspace and traditional media sources about Net Neutrality. If you have been living under a rock or for whatever reason you don’t know. Net Neutrality is the basic principle that Internet Service Providers or ISPs should give equal access to content on the Internet. Already we see the big ISPs changing the way we access content.
Last week was a long tough week and left me with no time to jump on to my Xbox One and enjoy a few games. Then, as we were preparing for the latest podcast, Shot O’ Games, I got a notification from Xbox One Smartglass on my Nokia 925 Windows Phone.
Last issue we see the Autobots attacking a human base in hopes of rescuing Alpha Trion. A constructicon working with Prowl and the Autobots leaks info to the Decepticons. We learned the humans have a deadly weapon against Cybertronians and Prowl is threating Jazz with his blaster just as he finds Alpha Trion. Can it get any crazier?
We have come a long way to this end, this third chapter to the trilogy that started with Autocracy, and then Monstrosity. This is where things should really start getting bad, this is the beginnings of the war. I’m eager to see where this last chapter takes us.
San Diego International Comic Con has just ended and those of us in attendance are in recovery. However, I wouldn’t want you to go without this weeks Transformers comic book review. I was in line for the Marvel Animation panel, the line was extending outdoors and as I heard the San Diego Symphony playing Star Wars in the distance- I read TF: RID 31 on my trusty Windows Phone.
Prepare for a trip to the 1980s. Seriously, that is what this issue feels like and I’m willing to bet the entire series just might be the same. It’s a different take on a mash up of two of the biggest franchises out there. Just how well does IDW pull it off?
Last issue of Windblade things got messy. Windblade and Chromia were captured by Starscream. They barely got out alive and things go from bad to worse as we head into the fourth and final issue. Are you ready for a twist?