All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Trials’

Pistorius Partying as Trial Date Approaches

Oscar Pistorius has been keeping a low profile in recent months, after being charged with the murder of his girlfirend, Reeva Steenkamp. However, it seems that the olympian has now rejoined Johannesburg nightlife. According to a report in the tabloid The Sun, Pistorius spent a night out with friends drinking this weekend. The sighting is supposedly Pistorius’ first night out …

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Trials Evolution: Gold Edition Coming to PC on March 22

It’s almost as if Ubisoft and RedLynx are trying to upstage their recently detailed competition. The publisher and developer of the Trials series today announced that Trials Evolution: Gold Edition will be coming to PC on March 22. The title was developed by Ubisoft Shanghai, with the game’s original developer, RedLynx, supervising the port. The game will feature all of …

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Trials Evolution DLC “Riders of Doom” Launch Trailer Released

While big-budget titles such as Skyrim, Resident Evil 6, Dishonored, and Rage are getting holiday downloadable content (DLC) to keep gamers interested, smaller titles are also getting upgrades. The dedicated Trials fan base is getting a present this holiday season in the form of new DLC for Trials Evolution. The “Riders of Doom” content is scheduled to be released sometime …

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New Trials Evolution DLC “Riders of Doom” Announced

With all of the amazing big-budget gaming titles that were released this year, it’s easy to forget that some of the best and most fun gaming experiences can be had with smaller, less expensive games. Some of the most creative, challenging, and addictive gameplay can be found on Xbox LIVE or the PlayStation Network. Today, Ubisoft released a new trailer …

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HIV Test For Babies Tested For Developing Nations

A clinical trial of a new HIV drug test could improve the lives of both mothers and children in developing nations. The test delivers results in under one hour – far faster than conventional tests – and researchers hope it will increase the rate at which HIV positive infants are diagnosed and treated. The pending trial was announced this week …

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Guild Wars 2 Launches This Weekend

Guild Wars 2, the next highly-anticipated MMO is set to launch next Tuesday, but players who pre-purchased the game will get access starting Saturday, August 25. Since nearly everyone who is looking forward to Guild Wars 2 has pre-purchased a copy, that means the action really begins tomorrow. “Five years ago we set out to develop a game that finally …

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Trials Evolution Breaks Xbox Live Arcade Records

Microsoft, through its playXBLA website has announced that Trials Evolution has set the record for launch-day sales on the Xbox Live Arcade. The developer of the title, RedLynx, announced via Twitter that over 100,000 copies of the game had been sold during its first day of availability: @RedLynxGamerRedLynx For those who asked, we had over 100,000 day one #TrialsEvo players! …

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Tweeting Juror Is One Man’s Ticket Off Death Row

An Arkansas man’s death row conviction has been overturned essentially because one juror couldn’t keep away from Twitter. The Arkansas state Supreme Court has reversed a lower court’s decision that the juror’s tweets in question do not constitute grounds for a new trial. The Supreme Court is suggesting that Erickson Dimas-Martinez be given a brand new trial because Juror #2 …

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Conrad Murray Guilty In Michael Jackson Manslaughter Trial: Twitter Erupts

The verdict is in on Dr. Conrad Murray, the personal physician of the late Michael Jackson. And he has been found guilty of involuntary manslaughter The jury was made up of seven men and five women, and according to a report from CBS Los Angeles, and the ethnic breakdown looked like this: 5 Hispanic, 6 white and 1 black. Deliberation …

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Warren Jeffs Gets Life, Twitter Takes The High Road

Americas’ most famous polygamist was sentenced today for his previous convictions involving crimes against children at his Texas compound. Warren Jeffs was given life in prison for his role in the assault of two young girls who he took as “wives.” The prosecutor said that Jeffs had “corrupted and perverted” his position as an authority in his religious organization in …

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Roger Clemens Mistrial Fails To Please The Internet

Fallen baseball star Roger Clemens, one of the poster boys of the steroid era, has just been given the law equivalent of a called third strike off the outside corner – or maybe more like a no decision. Today, the judge presiding over his perjury trial declared a mistrial, based on rookie mistakes by the prosecution team. U.S. District Court …

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Google Plus Invites Open Briefly Last Night, Shut Down By Morning

It looks like every time Google decides to let a few more people into Google+, they open the floodgates and then immediately regret their decision. The latest round of open invitations came and went last night, leaving people late to the party out in the cold. At about 10 p.m. yesterday evening, Google+ engineering director Dave Besbris posted an announcement …

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