Daily Archives: April 24, 2017

Kingdom Hearts 3 Unlikely to Launch in 2017

Fans that have been waiting over a decade to play Kingdom Hearts 3 are going to have to wait a little longer. However, Kingdom Hearts 3 doesn’t have any release window listed beyond fiscal year 2018. Square Enix has said in the past that Kingdom Hearts 3 will be shown in 2017, and considering the franchise’s popularity, it seems likely that such a showing could take place as soon as E3 2017 in June. Besides Kingdom Hearts 3, fans will notice that there are a couple of other high profile Square E

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Resident Evil 7 Not a Hero DLC Delayed; More DLC Confirmed

In a brief video posted by Capcom, Resident Evil 7 Director Koshi Nakanishi and Producer Masachika Kawata reveal the Not a Hero DLC has been delayed. Not a Hero, for those that might not know, was the third piece piece of DLC for Resident Evil 7. Not a Hero is bound to be a huge draw for Resident Evil fans, due in large part to its star character. Not a Hero, however, is expected to be a genuine extension of the Resident Evil 7 story. Resident Evil 7 is out now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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Final Fantasy XV’s newest weapon is DJ kit sword kind of thing

Spread the love11 ShareWhack monsters and create awesome music? AAA video games, no matter how gorgeous they might look or how compelling the story is, would have some sort of wackiness in them, particularly the ones that are made or originated in Japan, with the new trend involving DLCs that include boss fights with CEOs of actual game companies. Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XV though, tries to raise the bar a little higher as a new free content update will include an item that is made in collab

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London Marathon done: a race of nightmares saved by a Garmin watch

The first thought was: ‘I should download last year’s marathon data to my Garmin Watch.’ Because, obviously, I need that stress. I’d downloaded my previous race in Chester as it was my personal best, and I wanted to beat it today. There’s not much more to tell about the next 12 miles, other than I felt the pace was getting tough. I was only running at the pace I’d decided upon, and 3:05 wasn’t an impossible target based on my training. Image 11 of 11 Imagine the inverse feeling of this picture.

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Here are the best Android apps of the past year, according to Google

Parsing through Google Play's extensive library of Android apps is a Herculean task, so Google is saving you the effort by highlighting some of the best to come out in the past year. The Android maker has announced its nominees for the 2017 Google Play Awards, giving apps across 12 different categories a chance for their share of recognition. getting nominations for 'Best Android Wear.' Some not-so-obvious awards are also on display at this year's Google Play Awards, such as 'Best Social Impact'

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Will delistings from this major exchange outnumber its IPOs again this year?

As a result, the exits strengthened the perception that the city state is losing its appeal as a listing destination. Loh Boon Chye, chief executive of SGX, said the situation is less severe if one compares the total funds raised versus the value of companies that left. Last year, the exchange raised 13.2 billion Singapore dollars ($9.5 billion) through IPOs, reverse takeovers, secondary listings, rights issues and placements; while it lost 13.4 billion Singapore dollars ($9.6 billion) from deli

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Singapore property will ‘at best’ remain stable in 2017, says DBS executive

Sentiment in the Singapore property market appears to be improving after the government eased some of its curbs on the sector, but unsold inventory will still weigh in the short-term, a DBS executive said Tuesday. They will still need some years to work through the inventory that's already out there," said Lim, who added that a sharp rebound across the board was unlikely. Singapore developer UOL Group, however, was upbeat after offloading more than half of the units under construction at its lat

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The Apple Watch turned 2, but there might not be a lot to celebrate

A total of 1,339 consumers were polled by market research platform Fluent for the survey. "Customer excitement for the Apple Watch has plateaued since hitting the market in 2015. Only current owners think it's a great product, but nearly half of them don't plan on upgrading," a Fluent spokeswoman said in an email. Meanwhile, 15 percent of of iPhone users answered that they would purchase an Apple Watch while only 5 percent of Android owners said they would do the same. In comparison, 42 percent

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A showdown over Wells Fargo’s board of directors looms

The next group of employees who could lose their jobs are Wells Fargo's board of directors, who face re-election on Tuesday at the bank's annual shareholder meeting. More from the New York Times:At Wells Fargo, Crushing Pressure and Lax Oversight Produced a ScandalMiddle Class Contracted in U.S. Over 2 Decades, Study FindsUber's C.E.O. He has signaled that he intends to back the incumbent board, and his support could ultimately carry more weight than that of investors like pension funds, which t

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