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Dead Rising 3 announced for PC, will release this Summer

Dead Rising 3 announced for PC, will release this Summer
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And another E3 announcement misses the conference. Earlier this week, Dead Rising 3 appeared on the Steam database, leading to speculation that it was coming to PC. Capcom have now confirmed that speculation with a trailer, and with the words “Dead Rising 3 for PC”.

According to the trailer’s description, “PC gamers will be able to experience the hordes of horror at high PC resolutions with fully optimized visuals for the wide screen, upgraded textures on characters, backgrounds and in-game objects”. In other words, it’ll be a PC game. Next, they’ll be telling us it will have Steam achievements and trading cards… oh, wait. “Dead Rising 3 for PC will include Steam platform support with Steam Achievements, Steam Cloud, Steam Trading Cards, global leaderboards and full game controller support.”

Anyway, a new Dead Rising. If you’ve played a previous one, you’ll know what to expect: silly costumes, crafted weapons and an absurd number of zombies.

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Ex-Xbone-Exclusive: Dead Rising 3 On PC This Summer

Ex-Xbone-Exclusive: Dead Rising 3 On PC This Summer
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Delightful pre-E3 news has just arrived from the Microsoft bunker. The Kinect will be attached to all future versions of Windows 8, which will in turn be attached to every PC in the world through the magic of Cloud-based infiltration. Empty your recycle bin by performing complex semaphore! Attempt to discover the start button by cartwheeling around your front room, or scratching your head and rubbing your tummy at the same time!

That would be horrible. Thankfully it’s a load of old cobblers. The news that has emerged in the form of an excitable trailer is that preposterous zombie smasher Dead Rising 3 is coming to your PC this summer. You already knew that though because of the headline.

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Pebble 2.2 Firmware Update Introduces Reorderable Launcher Menu, Volume Control In The Music App, And More

Pebble 2.2 Firmware Update Introduces Reorderable Launcher Menu, Volume Control In The Music App, And More
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PebbleUpdate-ThumbThe Pebble’s software updates keep it slow and steady. Today’s 2.2 firmware release doesn’t rock the boat, but it introduces a few features that I’m sure fellow Pebble owners out there have wished for at some point or another. The first of which is the ability to reorder items in the launcher menu. Now if you hold the select button on an item in the menu, you can drop it somewhere else in the column.

Pebble 2.2 Firmware Update Introduces Reorderable Launcher Menu, Volume Control In The Music App, And More was written by the awesome team at Android Police.