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Game Informer Unveils Batman: Arkham Asylum

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318w ago - It appears Electronic Arts isn't the only company with eyes fixed on the fabled Batman franchise. Publisher Eidos of Tomb Raider fame, which hold rights to make games based on the DC comic book series, has announced Batman: Arkham Asylum.

According to the latest issue of Game Informer, which has an exclusive cover story on the title, development duties are being handled by UK-based Rocksteady Games, most recently responsible for the 2006 first-person shooter Urban Chaos: Riot Response.

Furthermore, the Unreal Engine 3 powered Arkham Asylum is said to sport a "dark and gritty" visual style in line with BioShock, coupled with a story co-written by author Paul Dini.

This completely original title explores Gotham City's darkest location, the infamous Arkham Asylum. But as a routine prison transfer goes wrong, the Joker sets his demented plan into action and Batman comes face to face with an army of his worst enemies.

Scheduled for a 2009 release across multiple platforms (namely PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC), expect a media blast complete with screenshots when Eidos formally announces Batman: Arkham Asylum in the coming weeks.
 

Intel Unveils Graphics Chip Line

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319w ago - As the article goes.. Intel has unveiled details of the chip that will spearhead its move into computer graphics. It has revealed blueprints for the Larrabee chip that is scheduled to first appear in finished products in late 2009 or early 2010. Larrabee will be a stand-alone graphics processor unlike the onboard chips it produces for many PC makers.

The move will bring Intel into direct competition with graphics specialists Nvidia and the ATI division of AMD. Intel is aiming to put Larrabee into graphics cards for PCs that help show games and video in very high detail. Like existing graphics chips from Nvidia and ATI, Larrabee is expected to have many separate processing cores onboard.

So far Intel has not said how many processing cores Larrabee will have onboard at launch or in subsequent generations. Future Nvidia and ATI graphics chips are expected to be made up of several hundred cores. While Intel will initially target the PC graphics card market, it expects the raw computer power in the chip to help with oil and gas exploration, medical imaging and financial services in the future.

Many scientists and researchers already use coupled graphics cards as a desktop supercomputer that helps them carry out simulations far faster and cheaper than on a larger dedicated machine. "Intel is showing...
 

Pre-E3: Nintendo Unveils Wii MotionPlus

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322w ago - Just hours before Microsoft's E3 Press Conference, Nintendo has announced "Wii MotionPlus". Here's the extract from the original source linked above:

"Nintendo's upcoming Wii MotionPlus accessory for the revolutionary Wii Remote controller again redefines game control, by more quickly and accurately reflecting motions in a 3-D space. The Wii MotionPlus accessory attaches to the end of the Wii Remote and, combined with the accelerometer and the sensor bar, allows for more comprehensive tracking of a player's arm position and orientation, providing players with an unmatched level of precision and immersion.

Every slight movement players make with their wrist or arm is rendered identically in real time on the screen, providing a true 1:1 response in their game play. The Wii MotionPlus accessory reconfirms Nintendo's commitment to making games intuitive and accessible for everyone.

Nintendo will reveal more details about the Wii MotionPlus accessory and other topics Tuesday morning at its E3 media briefing."
 

BioWare Unveils Dragon Age Finally!

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323w ago - BioWare has just updated their official Dragon Age site with its first real glimpse at the game. Well, not really. All it does is tell you that the first real glimpse of the game will occur on Spike TV on Friday night.

You can head over to the Dragon Age site to check out the full scoop for yourself by clicking HERE.

To quote: Dragon Age: Origins, the highly anticipated dark fantasy epic is set to debut on GameTrailers TV airing this Friday night at 1:00am on Spike TV and Spike HD. The trailer will be available in High Definition after it airs at GameTrailers.com.
 

Photofast unveils 32GB PSP storage solution, 64GB in the works

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327w ago - Photofast unveiled two new PSP products at the Computex 2008 event in Taiwan recently. They CR-5400 is a "dual slot adapter that converts microSD/microSDHC into Memory Stick Pro duo and provides 16GB of memory."

Two of these can then be plugged into the CR-3100 which will give your PSP 32GB of storage. Photofast are also working to increase the maximum storage to 64GB.

To quote: The CR-5400 is a dual slot adapter that converts microSD/microSDHC into Memory Stick Pro duo and provides 16GB of memory.

The CR-3100 allows you to combine four SDHC memory cards, totaling 32GB storage in your PSP. Just combine 2x8GB SDHC in one of their dual adaptors slots to double that!

According to our contacts at Computex 2008, the manufacturer is trying to enhance the maximum storage to 64GB... This is not official! We were also told that Sony's latest technology is continuously being implemented in order to keep their products compatible.
 
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