Rovio’s Angry Birds Soda Outsells Coke and Pepsi In Finland Rovio’s Angry Birds Soda Outsells Coke and Pepsi In Finland By Dru Ashe | Nov 22, 2012 | 5:12 pm | Permalink Rovio, the world-famous gaming company behind Angry Birds, launched a new handheld product that’s flying off the shelves: a soda beverage.
Minecraft is full of examples of insane creativity , but the recent recreation of the Lion King’s Circle of Life , is certainly one of the most impressive achievements its industrious fans have accomplished so far. Scene for scene, the video recreates the Lion King’s iconic Circle of Live segment.
Fifteen-year-old, Cosmo the God, pleaded guilty to a series of felonies and is sentenced to supervised web and computer access until he’s 21. For a kid who shows a lot of talent for computers and hacking, this could be detrimental to his future.
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It’s been a wait, but hopefully it will be well worth it as Google Play Movies and Music on Google TV has been missing for those outside of the US. Rest easy. Now the company has plans to take things global. Australia, Canada, France, Germany and the UK will all get similar streaming video options on their Google TV hubs starting on November 13th.
The thing that finally convinced me that a touchscreen controller is a good idea for a console is not the off-screen play in New Super Mario Bros. U or the variety of weird and clever control schemes in Nintendo Land, though both are nice. It’s the TV remote.
Earlier this week Blizzard officially confirmed that an expansion for Diablo 3 is in the works. The announcement was made during an earnings call by Mike Morhaime, the CEO of Blizzard, who also noted that there is not yet a timeline for the release of the expansion. There was quite a fuss over Diablo 3 earlier this year.
Oh, it’s made out of cardboard! (laughs) – Nintendo president Satoru Iwata marvels at the simplicity of an early prototype of the Wii U‘s tablet controller (pictured above). Nintendo is banking on its Miiverse — a sort of mini-Facebook with a layer of console game makeup — to draw players to its new Wii U console.
A new Mass Effect game is in the works – that should come as no surprise – and BioWare is looking for feedback on where to take the series. How do you top an ancient plot to destroy civilization over and over and over? It doesn’t get much more epic than that.