Let’s start off this morning with a few leaked screenies. I’ve always been a huge fan of RE (Resident Evil), now Capcom has finally brought it to the fifth chapter, I for one am really looking forward to this! One disappointment though, I was really hoping to see a zombie riding dirt bike in one of those screenshots, unfortunately none seen…
That’s just a mini clip we created, the screenshots in higher resolution after the jump…
Just got your very first iPhone over Christmas and don’t know what on earth to do with it? Here’s an interesting list we have quoted from TechRadar which might offer you a few useful hinters. Not only do these tips allow you to make good use of your new toy (and best friend) but also makes everyone else who doesn’t have an iPhone jealous of what you can do with it!
Car chase / car racing games fan? Have you been thinking about spoiling yourself by making a purchase for your iPhone or iPod Touch from the App Store this Christmas? If you perhaps like Ferrari too (who doesn’t!?) then take a look at this gameplay review video done brilliantly by slide to play.
It seems the economic downturn doesn’t affect geeks and gamers like you and me, at least from NVidia’s perspective. Take a look at this 1.5 GB monsterous QuadroFX 4800 Workstation Graphics Card which NVidia has just recently unveiled, complete with a GT200 graphics processor and a sticker price of $1,999. The board features a 602MHz GPU clock speed, 192 stream processors, an 800MHz GDDR3 clock speed, 384-bit memory controller and a PCI Express 2.0 x16 connector. Hit the link to HotHardware below and find out how the 4800 compares with its devilish brother: 5800, which costs as much as $3,499!
F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin is an upcoming 2009 survival horror first-person shooter video game, developed by Monolith Productions and published by Warner Bros. Soon to be released for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. If you liked its first sequel: F.E.A.R.: First Encounter Assault Recon, then you will love Project Origin. Scheduled to be ship on February 10, 2009 for United States and Europe on February 13, 2009, check out this trailer and you will notice the game developers have put an excellent effort in improving the quality of the graphics.
In the video below, a user demonstrates a new and innovative way in which WarCraft III can be played on a multi-touch screen. This version of WarCraft III is a demo especially developed by the PQ Labs, they developed a multi-touch solution that can be easily applied to any LCD or Plasma monitors and are calling it the Multi-Touch G² or iTable.
Multi-Touch is not just about multiple fingers. It’s all about human-computer interaction in the most intuitive way. In the Multi-Touch Warcraft game powered by PQ Labs, finger and fist are mapped to different actions. Hitting the enemy with your fist means attack. In between the real world and the virtual world, Multi-Touch is your bridge. You can physically interact with the virtual world without menus, commands. The interface just disappears. With PQ Labs Multi-Touch technology, the interaction becomes a “REAL” digital illusion.
Wasn’t that quite something? What’s even better is that we now know PQ Labs will be showcasing the Multi-Touch G² at CES 2009, Las Vegas soon and we’ll hopefully see it available to the public shortly next year.
[via PQ Labs]