Ep. 46: Debating the PS3 Slim, plus how to get your free Windows 7 upgrade Video
The Dark Knight returns to game consoles in Batman: Arkham City, the follow up to the 2009 instant classic Arkham Asylum.
Mr. Natali Morris is on the show today which means we get to geek out with Clayton about tech vests, on-air personalities, comic book movie adaptations, and the sequel to Batman: Arkham Asylum!
Today on preGame the guys demo Batman: Arkham City and Sonic Generations.
Batman: Arkham Asylum is a comic-book adaptation of everyone's favorite caped crusader. The Dark Knight must face the Joker and the rest of the villains incarcerated in the infamous madhouse. Gamers can expect various gameplay styles, ranging from stealth to combat. Batman: Arkham Asylum hits stores June 9 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.
On today's episode of The 404 Podcast, hosts Jeff Bakalar, Wilson G. Tang, and Justin Yu preview the game trailer for Batman: Arkham City, reveal leaked pictures of the fourth generation Apple iPod Touch, promote Amazon's $5 album deals, and tour the 5 best arcades in New York!
Samsung attempts to improve its relationship with the hacking community by giving free phones to the Cyanogen team and we dig into the dark corners of one user's romantic relationship with our tech advice. Later we debate the merits of the Android Market's app return policy versus T-Mobile's app rental scheme, Antuan and Justin continue to butt heads over the upcoming Droid Bionic, and Nokia's CEO tries to convince us that Apple, and not Google, created Android. Find all of that, plus the answers to your emails, on this episode of Android Atlas Weekly.
Episode 54 of the Digital City, where we discuss NYC's plan to stop Taxi drivers from using cell phones; Nintendo's big plans for Mario; Washington's high-tech subway system; and show off the best Balloon Boy Web games.
Episode 32 of the Digital City, where we discuss the hurdles for electric cars in NYC, read the tea leaves on new iPhone hardware at WWDC, find out why Craigslist is (sort of) dropping sex ads, and ponder the improbable physics of Star Trek's black holes.
Episode 48 of the Digital City, where we discuss fancy OLED technology coming to laptops; how the cheaper PS3 Slim doubled sales the very first week; which PS2 games should get the Blu-ray re-release treatment; and why Apple has a little problem called AT&T.
Russ Frushtick from MTV's Multiplayer Blog joins us on the show today to chat about which upcoming releases are earning his favor, including Dead Island, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Batman:Arkham city, Gears of War 3, and Uncharted 3.