PAX Prime 2014 is slowly coming to a close. Cosplay, weird animal fights, and loud noises filled the convention center.
To bring the craziness of PAX to the many people who didn’t have the opportunity to go, we asked people to send us requests of what they wanted to see via Twitter. Below are our responses and our on the ground look at PAX Prime 2014.
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A new drone video recently surfaced the web, this time with a focus on the Cupertino-based company’s Apple Campus 2. One YouTube user used a GoPro Hero 3+ and recorded a video on Apples new Spaceship campus thats still in the works. The video is 8-minutes long and shows the progression of the campus. Previous Apple CEO, Steve Jobs, first announced the second campus back in 2006. Reports have since been circulating the web, talking about how massive of a campus this one will really be.
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The folks over at T-Mobile recently sent out press invites for its upcoming Uncarrier 7.0 event, which the wireless carrier conveniently scheduled to take place the day after Apples September 9th media event. One of the clear logical explanations to the move would be that T-Mobile will be dedicating at least some of its stage time to discuss iPhone related announcements for the vast number of iPhone users on its network.
The tagline for the invitations mentions the following:
I don’t consider myself the squeamish type, yet I couldn’t help but wince as I saw fatalities in Mortal Kombat X. The version we play at PAX is setup to showcase deadly finishing moves easily. I admit Fatalities have been my favorite part of prior MK games. They always delivered a funny dose of shock value with a trail of silliness tacked on at the same time. But this time was different. This time was gross.
When IGN editor Daemon Hatfield let the first one rip, I expected to laugh. I didn’t. In fact, for the first time ever I wondered if the developers went too far. I watched one of the new characters named Kotal Khan carve a deep cut across the chest of a bloodied Cassidy Cage’s with a blade. He then rips out her heart and holds up his new trophy before popping the juicy, still-beating muscle. The blood flows into Khan’s grotesque open mouth and drips down his lips. The visual fidelity carefully renders every second of this vicious moment.
According to reports by Re/code, Apple may be partnering with American Express for an iPhone payment system for the upcoming iPhone 6. The device(s) is supposed to be announced on September 9th, with a possible release date not too far after. It was rumored before that the Cupertino-based company was in the talks with Visa for a payment system. Re/code noted:
If you feel like it’s time to spice up your iOS 7 device with a new theme, then we’ve got a few neat new themes to show you. On August 24th, we showed you five cool WinterBoard themes to check out, and we’re always looking for more awesome themes to show you!
For now, here are five more awesome WinterBoard themes that are worth checking out for your iOS 7 device. These aren’t in any specific order, but they’re all worthy of recognition.
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Four add-on packs will be released for Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, along with a season pass, 2K Australia announced at PAX today.
The DLC will release on unspecified dates following Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’s release, each priced at $10 USD –– alternatively, players can purchase the season pass, which includes all four packs, for $30 USD. The add-on packs will showcase new characters and missions, 2K said in a press release.
Although no other information was given regarding the content of each pack, 2K did announce the Shock Drop Slaughter Pit bonus content, which comes with any pre-orders of Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel. This content will not be included with the season pass, but will be for sale at a later date.