Your first look at the forthcoming episodic PS3/PS4 adventure in action
This trailer is one we've been absolutely dying to share for a while now! If you’ve been keeping up with the latest, you’ll already know that Telltale's upcoming Game of Thrones series is based on the award-winning HBO television drama, and tells the story of House Forrester. Caught up in the events of The War of the Five Kings, they’re placed in a precarious position where members of the household must do everything they can to prevent the house from meeting its doom.
Today we can announce that some cast members of the television series will reprise their roles in the game. While you’ll get to control five members of House Forrester in your story, the series will have you interacting with characters you already know and love (or hate) throughout the season, including Tyrion Lannister performed by Peter Dinklage, Cersei Lannister performed by Lena Heady, Margaery Tyrell performed by Natalie Dormer, and Ramsay Snow performed by Iwan Rheon. Additional cast members will appear in later episodes… as for who and when? That would spoil the surprise!
House Forrester is a noble house from the Wolfswood in the north of Westeros. Bannermen to House Glover, they have always offered unswerving loyalty to the...
Ok, so I've had a chance to give the new T300RS a bit of a shake-down test and here are my impressions so far:
Having had a range of wheels through my hands over the years Thrustmaster's brand new T300RS is the latest and has come into my possession due to all my other wheels not being supported by the PS4. Prior to this I have been running a lightly modded Logitech G27 on both PS3 and PC.
To me, the T300RS is a bit of a mongrel, a high end wheel paired, as standard, with a set of lack-lustre pedals. The wheel itself is definitely a great bit of kit - it's belt driven, so nice and quiet, combined with a brushless motor which gives strong and responsive feedback. Also, I've been particularly impressed with the quality of the shift paddles, they are really crisp and positive compared to those on the Logitech G25 & G27. That goes for all the buttons and controls on the wheel, they all live up to the feel and build quality we have come to expect from Thrustmaster. It is a shame the wheel rim is finished in plastic as opposed to alcantara or similar but it does still feel nice in the hand and is not slippy. Being PS4 compatible, all the buttons from the DS4 are present with the exception of the touchpad which means you can set up and load your games without having to reach for the Dualshock.
I've used the wheel in Driveclub on PS4 and GT6 on PS3 and as long as you remember...
Taken from GT Planet found here: http://www.gtplanet.net/chaparral-2x-vision-gran-turismo/
Chevrolet today revealed the radical Chaparral 2X Vision Gran Tursimo (VGT) concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Developed as part of the Vision Gran Turismo project, which celebrates the future of automotive design and innovation, the Chaparral 2X VGT concept is inspired by the innovative race cars Chaparral Racing and Chevrolet partnered on more than 45 years ago.
Gamers can race the Chaparral 2X VGT this holiday season by downloading an online update for Gran Turismo 6, the latest iteration of the best-selling PlayStation franchise that has sold more than 72 million copies worldwide since its 1998 debut.
“This concept is an audacious and ambitious vision – and one that demonstrates to a new audience how Chevy’s engineering and design teams challenge norms and explore the technologies of tomorrow,” said Clay Dean, executive director of advanced design. “It also an ode to a unique partnership that pioneered ground-breaking technologies that are used today on the track and the street.”
Known for unconventional, boundary-pushing race cars that shook up the motorsports world, Texas-based Chaparral Racing partnered with Chevrolet Research and Development more than 45 years ago, pioneering now-standard methods and materials used in contemporary...
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