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We don’t advise that you hold up banks and armored cars in real life, but “Payday 2” will come pretty close to letting you live out your heist-related fantasies. “Payday 2,” the sequel to “Payday” — a shooter where you’re part of a squad of bank robbers — was put on display at E3 2013. Here’s what we learned about “Payday 2,” which is being developed by Overkill Software and slated for a late August release for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

“Payday 2” will feature five times the amount of missions that were included in “Payday.” Unlike the original game, “Payday 2” will give players the option to play with either a stealthy or action-oriented approach, which was not the case in “Payday.”

“Payday 2” will also include RPG elements. While many details weren’t offered regarding RPG features, we imagine that they’ll likely have to do with experience gain and skill growth. There will be multiple types of heists you can attempt in “Payday 2,” ranging from banks to jewelry stores.

 In “Payday 2,” you can either grab the minimum amount of loot required to complete the heist, or you can stick around the target and try to grab as much as you can without getting busted. Each of these approaches comes with its risks and rewards. You can also leave members of your crew behind while still completing a heist, but your payday (get it?) will be lower than it would have been had you not left any mates back. You’ll be able to use your winnings to upgrade weapons, buy new masks and more.

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The New Playstation

Posted: June 18, 2013 by Areeb Fazli in Technology

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The new PlayStation 4 is here now and i am really impressed with it. What Sony have done with the unveiling of this console was pretty interesting becasue if you remember back to 2005/6 when the 3560 and ps3 were released the Xbox was shown to the public a long time before the ps3 which actually gave them a huge advantage because they got a lot of interest built up and ultimately a lot of the game developers decided to make their game specifically for the Xbox; Song lost out in terms of market share for many months and the Xbox became somewhat more popular than the play station.

If you bring time forward to now things have changed quite a bit, in fact i think Microsoft have done themselves over a little bit with the new “features” on board. The first of these caused an uproar in the gaming…

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Ubisoft continues it plans to take over the world (of entertainment). The French publisher and now movie production company is adding to its production docket, and has announced that it is developing movies based on the Watch Dogs, Far Cry, and Rabbids franchises, Ubisoft Motion Pictures CEO Jean-Julien Baronnet told Variety. The films will be packaged as something of a trio the site said, despite their source materials varying wildly from one another. Few concrete details, including potential release dates, are known at this time.

As with its other projects, Ubisoft Motion Pictures retains creative control over the films. “No one can tell us ‘You have to do the movie a certain way,’” Baronnet said. He added that they should not be considered adaptations of existing games, and that Ubisoft will “always” create brand new stories for its franchise films.

The Far Cry and Watch Dogs films will be marketed for adult audiences, while the Rabbids movie is geared toward kids. The current plan is reportedly to make it a live action film with CG characters.

Ubisoft now has six announced films in development. The Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell movies have, respectively, Michael Fassbender and Tom Hardy attached as actors and producers. Meanwhile Michael Bay is producing the just-announced Ghost Recon film. Ubisoft is also in talks with Frank Marshall ofRaiders of the Lost Ark and the Jason Bourne series, and Basil Iwanyk of Wrath of the Titans and The Town to produce the Assassin’s Creed and Splinter Cell films, respectively, Variety reported.

Source: DigitalTrends