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<p>Sony has announced that its Gold Award-winning shooter Resistance: Retribution will be taken offline on May 15th.</p><p>That means all of its online services, including the game's eight-player multiplayer will not be available after that date.</p><p>You can still play the offline features of the game, of course. No troubles there.</p><p>It's a shame as our reviewer said that Retribution had "groundbreaking multiplayer, slick visuals, and an action-packed campaign."</p><p>But, well, that was nearly six years ago so presumably not too many people are playing it these days. And upholding online servers costs money. So it makes business sense that Sony is taking it down.</p><p>If you want to get any more online matches in on Retribution then you better get them out of the way quick.</p>Stellar! - Infinity defense Mod Stellar! - Infinity defense Mod v1.2 (Free Shopping) Features:Free ShoppingWelcome, Captain!In the current world ruled by robots, this is the only planet with life.Alien robots are constantly trying to eliminate life on this planetProtect the planet from alien robots!Features● Protect the base from enemies by controlling the spaceship● After each stage, you can select tactical upgrades to protect your base● Open supply crates to loot spaceships and towers and place them tactically● Every tower has unique abilities and skills. Use skills to defend more effectively● Build your own strategy by combining spaceship and tower cards● You can compete with players around the world using the ranking [email protected] CreditSound: www.bensound.com

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2、<p>Is Sony working on a glove controller? NeoGAF user Rösti seems to think so and has highlighted three detailed patent applications numbered 14/517733, 14/517741, and 14/503275.</p><p>Between the three patents the patents account for everything you would expect from a VR controller which would almost definitely be paired up with the companies PlayStation VR head mounted display.</p><p>While I want to holler "Powerglove!" out of my nearest window, it seems to be solely for the purpose of hand tracking, with a bunch of illuminated points for camera tracking, similar to the Playstation Move.</p><p>Here's the coolest thing: the gloves main purpose is to create "a virtual hand in a view of a virtual environment" with it acting in accordance with your finger positioning. This is useful if you need to say, swing a sword or point a gun.</p><p>From the look of things, the glove will have flex and pressure sensors on each individual finger as well as sensors to detect when your fingers are touching your palms or each other.</p><p>Obviously the best case scenario is for haptic feedback - allowing you to juggle objects with actual heft or actually grip a virtual doorknob and feel it in your hands. There's no real detail here on these parts, although the patents do indicate that the glove would be attached to a bracelet which might house some additional gizmos.</p><p>Obviously filing a patent doesn't say anything about Sony's intent to produce a thing, more that they've designed an object; but we can dream, eh?</p>林肯公园再袭:荒原之战破解版(mod) MOD APKDemand of him, nor being desired yielded;

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4、Or swooning paleness; and he takes and leaves,Updated on October 20th, at 11:12: It's now October 20th which means, yep, the 2.0 update is here at long last.<p>To celebrate, developer Yakuto has put Table Tennis Touch on a 75 percent off sale for a limited time.</p><p>If you haven't bought the game already then you can get it for just 79p / 99c on the App Store and Google Play.</p><p>The 2.0 update is free to all those who own the game.</p>Original story follows...<p>The Gold Award-winning Table Tennis Touch is finally getting its 2.0 update on iOS and Android on October 20th.</p><p>Developer Yakuto told us all about it back in May. But that was a long time ago now so let's have a refresher.</p>Multiplayer modes<p>First off, there will be two types of multiplayer to try out.</p><p>Local multiplayer is one of them, and yes, you'll be able to play cross-platform between iOS and Android with a Wi-Fi connection.</p><p>The other one is online multiplayer. Yakuto wasn't going to include it initially, planning to add it later, but then it changed its mind.</p>Mini-game<p>The first of four multiplayer mini-games arrives with the intense 'Glass Table'.</p><p>"It's a two player take on our popular 'Half Table' game where both players race to hit the same targets to get the high score," explains Yakuto.</p>Player Cards<p>There will also be Player Cards added. These display your stats and details, as well as a Kuto mascot that grows as you progress.</p>

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3、<p>Here's a treat that quietly popped up out of nowhere. Familiar with the MacVenture series? If you are, all you'll need to know is that all four of the games are on iOS now.</p><p>If you don't know what I'm talking about, here's what's up...</p><p>The MacVenture series spans four point-and-click adventure games that were made for the Apple Macintosh between 1985 and 1988.</p><p>They've also been released on retro gaming consoles such as the NES, C64, and Atari ST.</p><p>Characteristic in all four games is being able to pick up and drop most inventory objects wherever you'd like. This meant you could forget where you put objects and have to search for them.</p><p>They also have non-linear exploration of their layered environments. You'll be going back-and-forth quite a lot, retrieving items and opening up new puzzles and areas.</p><p>There are two noir-ish detective stories, a haunted house ghost story, and a fantasy quest in the series.</p><p>In order, the series goes:</p>Deja VuUninvited ShadowgateDeja Vu II: Lost in Las Vegas <p>You can pick all four up on the App Store for £1.49 / $1.99 each. The links in that bulleted list above will take you to each one.</p><p>And don't worry, these are legit. Zojoi, the company selling these on the App Store, was founded by David Marsh and Karl Roelofs.</p><p>The pair is the same that created the original series at ICOM Simulations back in the '80s.</p>�

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