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Showing posts from August, 2017

The Topic - Time For Something Completely Different

What could the crew be talking about this week? Video Games, new shows, why we're so incredible sexy...okay, that's clearly not what we're going to be talking about. It's best unsaid. Anywho, check it out and let us know what you think in the comments!

Uncharted: The Lost Legacy Launch Trailer Released

Sony's and Naughty Dog's Lara Croft, Chloe Frazer, is set to take the world by storm as she gains the lead character position for Uncharted: The Lost Legacy out on August 22nd for the PS4. Rumors have it that Naughty Dog will be finished with Uncharted following the release of this game and seeing their track history...that is mostly likely true. However sad that is, Sony will obviously find a new studio to keep doing things with the franchise (for better or worse).
Let us know what you think of the Uncharted franchise and if you're getting The Lost Legacy on day 1.

PS4 Firmware 5.0 Beta Goes Live

(Straight from the PlayStation Blog post)

The beta for the PlayStation 4 system’s next major system software update 5.00 (codenamed NOBUNAGA) rolls out today for those of you that were selected for the beta program. If you signed up and were chosen, you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to download and get started.
Whether you’re in the beta program or not, we wanted to give a first look at the features included in this update. We’re introducing family on PSN, making it easier to manage your friends, and adding a variety of new features for Broadcast, Notifications, Messages, and much more.
Family on PSN We’re overhauling the current master/sub-account system, and introducing the new “Family on PlayStation Network.” This new system will offer a more flexible experience for families on PS4 by making it easier to setup PSN accounts for children and customize parental control settings. Below are the new features that will be introduced with family on PSN:
Family Manager, Par…

Nintendo Facing A Lawsuit Over The Switch

Nintendo is being sued by Gamevice over the detachable nature of the Nintendo Switch. Saying the Switch infringes on their patent for the Wikipad, which is a detachable controller for android tablets featuring traditional controls for mobile games, and they are sueing for damages/ending the sale of the Switch.

Of course, Nintendo will not accept the terms in which to halt Switch's way to successful for that to happen. Nintendo's new wonder platform has been selling like hot cakes since launch and is showing few signs of slowing down any time soon.

What do you all think? Post below if you believe Gamevice has an actual case on their hands. And we'll do whatever we can to keep you updated as this develops.

Just 1 More Topic - J1ML Is Evolving!

The return of Taborius and the rest of the gang come together to discuss the future of J1ML, the future of The Topic and just what Taborius has on his mind.