Games like Battlefield and Call of Duty are typically very fast-paced games, meaning that there is a sense of urgency required when you play it, versus other games like RPGs which can be slightly slower-paced. That being said it’s interesting that the latest Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC has chosen Snoop Dogg (isn’t it Snoop Lion now?) to lend his voice to help announce your kills.
Yes, you read that right, the celebrity rapper will now be able to voice your Call of Duty: Ghosts games if this particular DLC pack is something you might be interested in. We have to admit that it’s a pretty refreshing take on the game and might appeal to those who are huge fans of his music. According to the DLC’s description, “Have Snoop narrate each of your firefights, call in your killstreaks, and alert you to enemy activity.” Read full post →Snoop Dogg Featured In Call Of Duty: Ghosts’ Voice Pack
So today Google’s Project Ara Developer Conference kicked off and while we’re sure many developers are being treated to the sights of the device and some of the possibilities that it could bring to the table, we’re sure end-users such as ourselves and our readers are probably wondering when will the Ara device be released to the public?
Well the good news is that users won’t have to wait too long because according to Google, they revealed that they are planning to release the first batch of Ara devices in January 2015. We should note that this is only an ETA and given that there is still a lot of time between now until January 2015, things could happen in between that could possibly delay the release, but for now we have a rough date to look forward to. Read full post →ETA For Project Ara’s Release Set For January 2015