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Apples new Patent Which Could Remotly Deactivate Phones

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                            As you all may know emails, letters, and even newspapers are getting used less and less, and are basically turning into a thing of the past, i mean if it isn’t available on a phone whats the point right? With all these high tech phones it has made easier for kids to “Find the answers” online at school, or easier for someone to ruin someones movie night at the theaters with loud obnoxious talking. But a new patent granted to the Apple Corporation may just change all this. U. S. Patent No. 8,254,902  known as “Apparatus and methods for enforcement of policies upon a wireless device,” was givin to Apple around August which allows the change of phone policies to “change one or more functional or operational aspects of a wireless device upon the occurrence of a certain event.”  Protests are not an exclusion either.

               Although Apple did make a really good point in saying and[quote]As wireless devices such as cellular telephones, pagers, personal media devices and smartphones become ubiquitous, more and more people are carrying these devices in various social and professional settings. The result is that these wireless devices can often annoy, frustrate, and even threaten people in sensitive venues. For example, cell phones with loud ringers frequently disrupt meetings, the presentation of movies, religious ceremonies, weddings, funerals, academic lectures, and test-taking environments.” Personally i think its a great point because I for one dislike people talking as loud as they can on their phone when i go to eat or go to watch a movie at the theater.   This patent isn’t just for apple though, its more for businesses, the government owned buildings, and also network users/owners.  Although there isn’t much proof that apple is going to implement the technology any time soon, i can probably guarantee its something they will be doing in years to come, this patent is just the start.

Quoted Website :http://www.zdnet.com/apple-patent-could-remotely-disable-protesters-phone-cameras-7000003640/ 

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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies :Launch Trailer & Gameplay [HD]

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The time has come for Phoneix Wright to make his triumphant return and there are no “Objections!” to stop him in PW Ace Attorney Dual Destinies for the Nintendo 3DS and IOS. When faith in the justice system is in question its up Phoenix and his apprentice Apollo Justice to clean up the system and save the day. The game is divided into several chapters and the first one is available for free right now on the Nintendo E-Shop and IOS store.  Check out the trailer and gameplay below and be sure to purchase Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Dual Destinies today.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies Launch Trailer

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies HD Gameplay

Some information in this article was sourced from TouchGameplay

Gameplay Trailer + Release Date For Elder Scrolls Online Released By Bethesda [HD 1080P]

Elder Scrolls Online Release Date

The Elder Scrolls Online will release for Mac OS X and Windows PC on April 4, 2014 with a PlayStation 4 and Xbox ONE release date heading to us some time in June 2014. The MMORPG is said to be very Player versus Player focused and today Bethesda Softworks has released the following Gameplay Trailer entitled “War in Cyrodiil” and showing off that very PvP system aforementioned.

iPad Air: 7 Reasons to Hate It as Profiled by TechRadar

iPad Air Hate

In a recent report from publicly credited TechRadar 7 reasons that Apple needs to get less than its usual unanimous hype treatment in comparison to other products already on the market or set to release soon.

“1. There’s no Touch ID

2. iPads aren’t any cheaper

3. The camera’s only been tweaked

4. The faster Wi-Fi isn’t Apple’s fastest

5. You’ll have to buy your accessories again

6. Apple’s embracing in-app purchases

7. It’s all a bit meh, really”

TechRadar goes on to detail the following detailed feature breakdowns and criticisms in their in-depth article “7 things you’ll hate about the iPad Air” on TechRadar.

Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut Release Date Announced for PC / Mac OS X

Lone Survivor - The Director’s Cut

Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut is an enhanced version of Lone Survivor the indie survival horror game pictured above which now has a release date for Windows PC and Mac OS X. Developer Jasper Byrne has announced that Lone Survivor will be compatible with this new release expected to arrive this Halloween on October 31, 2013. Lone Survivor has been fairly well received from critics and likely its old school image and feel had a lot to do with it.

Lone Survivor can be bought on Steam for Windows PC and Mac OS X now. Owners of the original will receive The Director’s Cut either for free or for a single penny according to the developer when it releases 10 days from now. Take a look at the trailer for the game below to see it in action.

Papa Sangre II (Official Teaser Trailer) [1080P HD]

Papa Sangre II

Papa Sangre II is an upcoming iOS title arriving Halloween 2013 which brings survival horror to an audio-based experience on Apple’s mobile platform. The original title saw critical acclaim as players embarked on a journey of gameplay consisting of listening to sounds and using on-screen controls through a custom 3D Audio Game Engine from indie development team Somethin’ Else hailing out of London, UK with experience across various radio, TV, and internet transmission programming. Take a look at the following teaser trailer released today for the game and look for more information about it on here on RealGamerNewz as well as on the Official Papa Sangre Website.

NASCAR Redline Review


NASCAR Redline is a mobile game that recently released for the iOS App Store and is built to take full advantage of the iPhone 5’s extended capabilities. Eutechnyx is a known developer behind many NASCAR games published on console as well as PC spanning a number of impressive simulation and gameplay experiences. This title takes the fundamental experience of games like NASCAR: Inside Line and NASCAR: The Game 2013 and essentially puts them in your pocket. With Redline though, that isn’t just a selling tag, it’s actually true as nearly all aspects of the game have been recreated for the mobile title, but now turn-based.

Controls: That’s right turn-based. NASCAR Redline features input at certain moments that effect the simulation of what you’re seeing. You can start and pause a statistics feed you’re seeing which tells you your position in the game, the amount of damage done to your car, and how much fuel you have. There’s also a text narration of the events taking place in the race, such as drivers passing each other or experiencing difficulties. You’ll also be notified of caution timers and be able to select how much gas to get in the pit, tires to swap, and how heavily to repair your vehicle. This is basically a turn-based system that is sometimes randomly interrupted to bring you to a cut-scene which asks you to hold the gas or break for a certain amount of time, prevent the vehicle from redlining, and then wait to see how this is played out in hi-fidelity graphics followed by in your text-based stat-readout view of the simulation.

Now I know what you’re thinking, Redline isn’t a racing game. This is a title for the iPhone 5 which you can pick up and play at any moment, with micro-seconds of gameplay dedicated at a time if necessary. Redline represents a flawlessly reliable, beautiful looking, and intense simulation game controlled by a fairly straight-forward menu screen with cut-scenes that you control acted out in a visually 3D world that is mind-blowing hi-fidelity.

This type of gameplay experience is not going to be for everyone. Some might be looking for the more direct racing experience, and while all aspects of the NASCAR sport and game series are here, they are represented by a completely new input and control style. This game, however, is perfect for the iPhone 5. Gamers on the run who love the NASCAR video games by Eutechnyx finally have a NASCAR sim in their pockets which allows them to pitch fictional races, control a driver in them, and do all of this while busy in their real lives at work or at a doctor’s office waiting around. Small snippets of gameplay can be had with Redline. It can be placed in your pocket with the race still taking place. Then it can be picked up and interacted with. There’s also incentive to keep playing more often thanks to a complete campaign system.

Nascar Redline Review

Campaign: The full week by week campaign of NASCAR Redline from Eutechnyx is a complete simulation of the career in a NASCAR driver’s life. From races, to training, to upgrades, and even managing sponsors players are taken through many aspects of the sport with their hi-resolution vehicle pitting and speeding against other drivers to make it to the top. Development of your skills is a necessary part of moving through the entire game which also features an unlockable “SEASON” experience that delivers the authentic experience of a competitive driver in the NASCAR racing league.

Gameplay: There seems to be nothing missing from its console counterparts as NASCAR Redline enters the mobile world as possibly the most polished racing game on the entire platform, however the way you play the game is totally different. The game’s simulation and input, found in more detail above (in the controls section),

Drivers / A.I.: The artificial intelligence of the drivers in NASCAR Redline are what you’d expect from a Eutechnyx game, they’re realistic and brutally difficult until you get on their level. All of the real life drivers from NASCAR are here as well as the images of their vehicles in a high resolution 3D representation. Eutechnyx is a trusted developer of the NASCAR licensed intellectual property and Redline is an official production sanctioned by the NASCAR companies. But the game isn’t all serious, it’s pretty funny to watch the player’s vehicle peel out doing donuts after a race.

Graphics / Art Direction: The art style of NASCAR: Redline is of course photo-realism with graphics that impress on the iPhone 5 model series of devices. Eutechnyx shows their mastery at even mobile games as this title delivers the experience of a full NASCAR game found on consoles or even the PC. If anything the Redline mobile game for iPhone 5 shows off the scale to which this developer is ready to make a full racing title. We surely hope this is in the plans and pipeline for driving fans that want a real-time experience rather than a time management game.


Soundtrack, Audio, Voice: Realistic background noise and engine effects are found in the game. There’s no voice-acting or major audio system in the game, other than during its interactive cut-scenes, but the soundtrack does remain true to the NASCAR theme and license. There is a decent offering of music in-game, including a “Redline” soundtrack that fades in and out at times among other sound effects.

Replay Ability: High – Customization and upgrades held over the course of gameplay make it so the title is easy to play over and over with perpetual goals giving your thumbs a long play-through.

Engine Performance: No glitches were experienced during our play-through of the game.

Final Verdict:

Once you’re into the concept of a NASCAR racing simulator that allows pocket-play at any time, the title fits well in your iPhone and is completely worth the low price it’s being charged. NASCAR Redline gives you a quick play on an interactive action piece for the true NASCAR fans out there. If you aren’t a fan of the franchise, you can still appreciate a quick game of this with time to spare. Those who are looking for a full driving / racing NASCAR title on the iPhone 5 will currently be disappointed though, which is basically the only negative point of this title. For those who may have expected a different genre for NASCAR’s first iOS installment, they will be met with an unfamiliar set of gameplay mechanics to the NASCAR IP. But if they give that unfamiliar experience a chance they will find a very polished, thought-out experience meant to take away any mind-numbingly boring moments out of life and replace them with dreams of winning at the All-American Driving Sport.

Official Trailer:

Overall Score: 7.5/10

RGN Rating: Bronze Game

Developer / Publisher: Eutechnyx

Available On: iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch*

Played On: iPhone 5 mobile devices

*May not be compatible with legacy devices

Review Copy Info- A digital copy of this game was provided to RealGamerNewz by the publisher for the purpose of this review.

Nascar Redline Released for iOS Mobile Devices by Eutechnyx [HD Gameplay Video]

NASCAR Red Line by Eutechnyx for iOS

Nascar Redline is the first ever NASCAR-licensed title for the Apple iOS App Store and Eutechnyx has announced today that the game is now available. The game will focus on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and performance tuning, full pit service, and a lot of various stat-tracking features. Take a look at the following High Definition Gameplay Trailer that was released today for the game below.