Xbox One gamers, if you’re looking forward to getting your hands on some musical-like games for your console, you might be disappointed to learn that developer Harmonix has announced that they have cancelled one of their games for the Xbox One platform. The good news is that this project is one of the company’s unannounced projects, meaning that whatever Harmonix has announced is still on track, but whatever it is they were working on has been shelved for now. Unfortunately it was not mentioned what the game that was cancelled was about, but apparently it was a game that took advantage of the Xbox One’s Kinect.
This is pure speculation at this point, but it has been suggested that a Dance Central game could have been given the axe. Given that many gamers have been looking forward to a new Dance Central with no announcement Harmonix, it could be a possibility, although do take it with a grain of salt for now. If you’re unfamiliar with Harmonix, they’re a company that has created titles such as Dance Central and a series of Rock Band titles, which was essentially Guitar Hero but taken to the next level by introducing other instruments to the game, making it a more complicated and entertaining experience. In any case we’ll keep an eye for announcements, so check back with us later for more updates!
Photographers who are on the lookout for a new camera might be interested to learn that Fujifilm might have a new camera to announce later on this month. According to the rumors, Fujifilm is expected to announce their new Fuji X-T1 camera on the 28th of January 2014, and now thanks to a sighting in the Japanese newspapers, an image of the X-T1 has somehow made its way into publication despite not having been formally announced. The photo does not show much unfortunately and attempts to zoom in have resulted in a rather blurred and pixelated image.
In the meantime for those wondering what sort of specifications we might be able to expect, the rumors have suggested that the camera will be weather sealed for starters, making it a great camera for the outdoors. It has also been rumored to sport a bigger and better EVF compared to previous models, a 16MP APS-C X-Trans sensor II, 8fps with AF tracking shooting, support for UHS-II SD memory card that allows for fast writing speeds, and will be designed to resemble the Fujica ST which is a retro-ish sort of look, something we’re sure old school photographers might remember fondly. Take it with a grain of salt for now but check back with us on the 28th of January for the details!