Watch Dogs 2’s 13 Minutes Gameplay – First Look Before The Release Of The Game In Mid November

Watch Dogs 2 release date is November 15, 2016.  A month and twenty something days to go, and so it’s not too far out before we can get our hands on this awesome game.  I played Watch Dogs 1, and I loved it.  I think I’ll like Watch Dogs 2, but you never know.  Sometimes, you expect a game to be good, but it may turn out to be just so so.  Anyway, I like what I’m seeing so far in the video right after the break.  Check out 13 minutes of Watch Dogs 2 gameplay in the video right after the break.  Enjoy!

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Pre-Alpha Footage

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is the next title in the Assassin’s Creed series.  This will come out on October 23rd, 2015.  The plot is thickening in 1868 for London, one of the most powerful Victorian Britain cities at the time.  Personally, I feel fatigue of the Assassin’s Creed series after the chaos that Unity introduced to the series.  I enjoyed most when I played the Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag title.  I can’t say the same for Unity title since the technicality issues of the game has had reduced the experience of the series for me tremendously.  Nonetheless, I did have some fun with Unity.  Right now though, I’m not that excited for the Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, because the storyline is not so surprising anymore to me.  I want to be surprised!  I don’t want to experience something that I could just play the earlier titles within the series.  Sure, it’s good that Ubisoft has tried to polish the series evermore, but in my opinion Ubisoft needs to introduce something that can take the series to the next level.  Perhaps, creating a storyline — that takes Assassin’s Creed to desert of Middle East or to the east such as in China — and then I might get excited.  Hopefully though, the Assassin’s Creed Syndicate will not inherit the Unity chaos at the launch date, because it will be another disappointment for the Assassin’s Creed series.  Check out the Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Pre-Alpha footage right after the break.  Enjoy!!!

Microsoft Releases Windows 8 Beta Preview, You Can Take A Test Drive Of It

Hello hardy geeks and curious minds, if you’re bored and needed something to do, why not downloading Windows 8 beta preview from Microsoft and use virtual machine software to take a test drive of the newest Windows.  You can download the Windows 8 beta preview at here.  If for some reasons Microsoft changed the link to a different one, then you must Google for the up to date link.

I’m downloading it right now and will test it out and let you all know how it goes if I be able to get Windows 8 beta preview up and running.  Crossing my fingers!  Just a head up, the download for Windows 8 beta preview 64 bit without developer tools will be around 3.6 GB, and you have to download a gigabyte more if you want to have the developer tools to be included with Windows 8 beta preview 64 bit.  The 32 bit version is only 2.8 GB large.

A warning though, don’t try to install Windows 8 beta preview on your main machines, because you can’t uninstall it!  The only way to get rid of Windows 8 beta preview is to format the drive and reinstall (clean install) of another operating system such as Windows 7 (i.e., as if you are doing a clean installation of Windows 7 on your machine).  Well, at least that how I understood from reading the information on the very same page of the link that I mentioned above where you could download the Windows 8 beta preview.

Windows 8 beta preview will run on the system that runs great with Windows Vista and 7.  Windows 8 beta preview is obviously built for all purposes, but its newest features are designed to work with displays that support multi-touch input.  So, you definitely can take advantage of multi-touch awesomeness of Windows 8 beta preview if you have a touchscreen display in waiting.  From what I heard (not yet from personal experience), Windows 8 beta preview sports Metro user interface similar to Windows Phone 7, and so touch input will work quite well and intuitive.  Nonetheless, users who do not have touchscreen displays can use a mouse to work with Windows 8 beta preview’s Metro user interface as if a mouse is a finger or fingers.