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Air Conflicts: Secret Wars: The Breaking Review

Breaking News: Nothing but respect for bitComposer Games’ take on flying. Salut!

We’ve managed to get hold of the game early, and here’s the review. A day before the game is released. We were planning on posting this yesterday but there was some problem with our Printscreen, so we had to fish out our digital camera and take photos of the screen. We apologize for the low-quality ‘screenshots’. =P

In the beginning...

It’s World War 2, and you, as Dorothy Derbec, aka DeeDee, are stuck smack in the middle of it. Things are getting too hot for you to live your opportunist life, which consisted of liquor ad smuggling liquor, and more liquor. All of your friends and acquaintances share the same affinity for intoxication. But now, you are drawn into the war, even though you did not consider it yours. You are drawn in because of your past, and your own secret war: the story of your vanished father that you never knew. Legend has it that he was the man they could not kill, and he,  Read the rest of this entry

F1 2011: Here’s What We Feel

How does the upcoming version of F1 change things?

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Steam Summer Camp: Last Day

Encore!

Today is the last day for you to grab some swag from the Steam sale, and happily they’ve brought back all the best deals from the previous days! Heres the screenshot of the goodies.

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Facebook giving off the “Vibes”?

Ongoing speculation about a Facebook music service may actually be true. After the recent launch of video-calling at its ‘awesome’ event, a section of code in the video calling update has surfaced which proves that such a service is forthcoming.

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Microsoft deals to Bing China

Bing will power the English searches on Baidu.

Microsoft has recently signed a deal with Baidu, the largest Search provider in China. According to the deal, Microsoft search engine Bing will power the English language search results for Baidu. This shows a rather different approach as compared to Google, which is competing via it own search engine in the country.

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Steam Summer Camp: Day Nine

One or two things to lust after.

Sorry for the few day’s gap. We were having some technical and administrative issues; hopefully we’ll have them sorted out within a few days. However, we’re back at it again. Here’s today’s take from Steam’s Summer Camp:

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