No particular order, just wanted to give you guys some of the sights from the first New Jersey Comic Con in Hammonton, NJ.
In September Rockstar sent us all back to San Andreas in their biggest game yet, Grand Theft Auto V. Now they're taking it back where it all began GTA: San Andreas. Rockstar is remastering the graphics, updating the checkpoint system and of course adding touchscreen controls. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will arrive on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone sometime in December, no specific date given yet.
Source - Rockstar Newswire
Who needs a detailed 15 minute video that goes on and on about whats inside the box?! At Gaming and Then Some we'll make sure any unboxing video can fit in a vine.
Sony finally gives a walk-through of the PlayStation 4's UI in some recent videos they've posted on YouTube. Showcasing everything from your friends system to the apps to remote play. Check the videos out below!
Menu, Friends and Profile
Apps, DVR, Twitch, & The Store
If you've used Netflix before, you know it's an amazing entertainment service for your favorite TV shows and movies. Its only downside is when you're using it on multiple devices. The user interface differs from Xbox 360 to PS3 to Apple TV and so on. But today Netflix decided to change that. Today they announced they're getting rid of its well-known grid view and bringing you a whole new setup that feels more like normal TV.
The main screen has gotten rid of the poster setup and replaced it with widescreen thumbnails for each show. Once you pick an item, the top half of the screen will display images from the show or movie you are currently looking at. The lower half will give you a small synopsis and what Netflix is calling its "evidence". Adding in a social aspect, if one of your Facebook friends likes an item in your queue, the evidence will tell you. Also, if a show is being recommended because of another item already in your Netflix Queue the evidence will show the connection. Making the experience even better, searching has been updated. So not only can you search an item's name but also people in the show. So if you can't remember the name of that one TV show from the 90's but know the main actors name (even the writers or directors) you can still find the show.
The roll-out begins today, starting with updates for PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, PS3, Roku 3, and a couple of TVs and Blu-Ray players in the next two weeks. Apple TV won't get the update so it can stay uniform with the rest of the apps. The same with Xbox One, keeping its Windows 8 "metro" feel. And, of course, no update is expected for the Wii and Wii U. Old devices will be upgraded over time but Netflix says that after the first two weeks 50% of the users will be on the new Netflix UI. After the upgrade is complete, any device with the new UI will roll-out new features everywhere at once.
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Redditor BAADFOOD found these screenshots of the Xbox One Smartglass app taken from Nokia 928. Check out what the app will look like below!