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My one major issue with Skyrim is the map . I've spent so much time fiddling with that map, and I didn't really even fully understand its functionality until about 15 hours into the game. I honestly think I might download this app — a free interactive iPhone map of Skyrim. I'm planning a big journey into the game tonight, so this is good timing.
I've seen the feature set of PlayStation Vita — I've gone hands on with it — and it looks pretty impressive, particularly the augmented reality stuff. But the games? It feels like it's doing the port thing all over again, which pretty much killed the PSP stone dead for me. Epic Games isn't planning on developing for the Vita, and here's why.
Kinect voice: I haven't even tried it yet. Apparently it understands Scottish accents. Now Microsoft is demanding that all future application for the Xbox 360 have Kinect functionality built in. Makes a whole lot of sense. Microsoft has a lot riding on the future success of this device.
In Short Skyrim's Free Interactive iPhone Map Is Out Now Do These Dead Or Alive 5 Screens Live Up To Your Expectations This Assassin's Creed Art Is A Revelation Why Epic Isn't Making A Vita Game Yet Microsoft Requires Kinect Functionality For All Future Apps Built For Xbox 360