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The Twilight Prince
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The Official Playstation Mobile App Available Now
Sony has just launched the new Playstation mobile app to both the iTunes App Store and Google Play in North America.
The app integrates numerous social features from the Playstation Network, such as: friends lists, messages, videos, trophies, game invitations, remote purchasing, and more.
While you can connect your PSN account now, the official PlayStation App will be able to synchronize with your PlayStation 4 on day one, immediately opening Sony’s new, expanded social interface.
FTL: Advanced Edition, iPad Version Announced
Subset Games announced today that early next year they will be releasing a free expansion to 2012’s spaceship-management roguelike, FTL: Faster Than Light, as well as an iPad version of the title.
The expansion promises to include, “new enemies, drones, augments, systems, enemies, and more.” As the above trailer notes, part of the “more” will be all-new music and story content for the game.
The iPad version of the game is promised to include the content of both FTL: Faster Than Light, as well as the new content from the Advanced Edition expansion. Subset Games noted that they were looking into bringing FTL to other tablet devices, but would not make any promises. They also confirmed that there will be no mobile versions of FTL coming.
Expect FTL: Advanced Edition to launch on Windows, Mac, Linux, and iPad in early 2014.
Microsoft Demonstrates Xbox One Interface
Microsoft has released a new video to their YouTube channel showing off the new interface of the Xbox One.
The video shows Yusuf Mehdi and Marc Whitten demonstrating how the Kinect 2.0 and new social features are integrated into Microsoft’s new console. This demonstration shows the real-time delay (and lack thereof) when switching apps, making this much more realistic than the previous demonstration at E3 where delay was seemingly nonexistent.
If the interface operates as shown on launch day, it truly seems to be an impressive user experience built by Microsoft. The value of this interface is all relative to each user’s preferences. But if the promises of the Xbox One’s UI is the definitive feature for you, it’s looking like you won’t be disappointed on November 22nd.