Monthly Archives: February 2016
Team4Star known for the Dragon Ball Z Abridge Series, was removed from YouTube today. For “TeamFourStar has been terminated because we received multiple third-party claims of copyright infringement regarding material the user posted” While they always put the phrase Please Support the Official Release, before every showing. Third Party claims have shut them down. With over 2 Million subscribers, and a very loyal fan base will we see the return of their YouTube Channel? Well if not there website is up and running strong at http://teamfourstar.com/
Official photography on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is here! Reported by James Gunn. Talking about Kurt Russell has joined cast, not sure what role he has yet.
Along with Elizabeth Debicki, and Chris Sullivan.
Favorite part of the photo is the Little Groot on the shoulder!
So the saying you can’t always believe what you read online come back in full force. 4Chan originating a prank claimed that if you set your Iphone back to January 1st 1970 the Retro Apple Logo along with Think Different will appear. NOPE! What really happens is that “Brick” you phone. By brick, we mean very expensive paper weight, unusable!
Apple’s own Geniuses can’t figure out how to fit it, you will need to get a new phone. From the reports it is not covered under any warranty as you violate the Terms and Agreement portion when you start the phone up.
Update from Gizmodo.com stated that Ars Technica, this happens because January 1st, 1970 is the first day of the Unix epoch, and that allowing the phone’s battery to go completely dead (or disconnecting the battery) will reset the date.
Also that a Youtuber by the name of Zach Starley provided a good demonstrations of what happens when you set your phone back. He stated that they are replacing the Iphones for you, so here is hoping that is what they are doing.
As you saw this is something you can just do by accident, so if it done….. it was done on purpose. I would suggest not pissing off anyone that get access to you phone either… just a heads up.
1Up Looking Out For You!!!
Today, reports hit the web that FOX has greenlit a Deadpool sequel. X-Men character Cable, will be joining him. In what fashion is still unknown at this point. Will they keep to the comics or go another route.
Questions: Who would you want to see play the character Cable?
What direction would be the best?
Game Trailers reporting they will closing after 13 years of providing first looks at game trailers, reviews, so much more.
They announced on their Twitter @GameTrailers
After 13 years, GameTrailers is closing down today. Thank you for your continued support over the years. It has been an adventure.
— GameTrailers (@GameTrailers) February 9, 2016
Founder of Game Trailers Tweeted
Today is the last day of GameTrailers. I wish it wasn’t so. I love all of our fans like family. Thank you for letting me do this job.
— Brandon Jones (@TrailerJones) February 9, 2016
In 2014 GameTrailers.com was purchased by Defy Media, and laid off a number of employees.
1Up Definitive Studio Team has been a follower of Gametrailers.com since the start and wish them all best of luck.
Ubisoft officially confirms the previously leaked open beta for The Division, which will begin February 18th for Xbox One owners, and February 19th for everyone else.
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Outside of some hacking problems in the PC version, the beta for Tom Clancy’s The Division mostly went off without a hitch. Perhaps in an effort to ensure that the launch of the game proper is just as successful, Ubisoft has officially announced a second beta for the game, but this time it will be completely open for anyone to download and play.
This previously leaked beta will take place from February 18th to February 21st on Xbox One, with PC and PlayStation 4 owners having to wait until February 19th to jump into the action. Users across all platforms will be able to pre-load the new beta for The Division starting February 16th.
While some gamers may have had their fill with the previous beta, it may be benefit them to partake in this one as well. That’s because it will include a brand new story mission, and will even net participants a special “in-game reward” come the game’s full release in March. Ubisoft is keeping tight-lipped when it comes to what the new story mission will entail or what the in-game reward may be, but for the latter, it’s probably a special cosmetic item or weapon.
Regardless of any new incentives, anyone that enjoyed playing The Division‘s previous beta (which was a lot of people considering Ubisoft had to limit beta access), should be happy to have the opportunity to jump into virus-ridden NYC again before launch. In addition, those that were unable to get in to the previous beta for whatever reason now have a chance to try out The Division for themselves and see what all the fuss is about.
Hopefully this new beta has enough new content to justify revisiting it for those that have already spent plenty of time with the previous beta. The new story mission is intriguing, and it will be interesting to see what happens next in the plot. Perhaps this new mission will dictate that The Division beta map size is increased to allow players to explore more of Manhattan.
Ubisoft will definitely win some brownie points with the gaming community for running an open beta for The Division on top of the previous closed beta. This will allow even more gamers to test out the game ahead of launch, and may even convince some that are on the fence to take the plunge come its full launch in March.
Tom Clancy’s The Division will be available on March 8th for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.