Sony’s PS Vita was designed to be a handheld gaming console, however given that Sony now has to compete with the likes of smartphones and tablets which can also play games, video streaming and non-game related features were included as part of the console as well. However it looks like Sony has decided to start trimming the fat and do away with a couple of features.
Sony has recently announced that they will be ending support for the PS Vita’s Maps and near features in an upcoming update. The update, which is set to arrive in March as a firmware update, will automatically remove the Maps feature and the near feature will lose its ability to obtain locations or display maps, which essentially renders the feature rather pointless. Read full post →Sony To End YouTube, Maps, Near Feature Support In The PS Vita Soon
There are plenty of Iron Man figurines lying about. Some are not officially licensed, some are fake, and some are so meticulously crafted that you can see the strands of hair on Tony Stark’s face. However for the most part, these figurines/toys are stationary and are often posed to make it look like he’s shooting or flying.
However if you wanted a more “realistic” Iron Man toy, then the Iron Man Mark II Special Floating Edition might be a toy worth checking out. This toy is part of Beast Kingdom’s Egg Attack series. According to the description, “Iron Man’s every detail is meticulously crafted, including the armor, joints, and flying mode air deflector. The Iron Man 3 Mark II Magnetic floating version’s main body is painted with high-quality metal coating, showcasing Mark II’s steel-like armor.” Read full post →This Iron Man Toy Will Float Thanks To Its Magnetic Base