Above is a preview of our visual rumour roundup for the Apple Tablet. For the full post and a higher resolution version head over to our new site at http://tgrblog2beta.tumblr.com/
We are pleased to finally announce that our new site is now ready and is hosted at http://tgrblog2beta.tumblr.com/. We are in the process of transferring the tgrblog.com domain name to the new site but until then the address given above will be the home of our new site.
Welcome to our new site, enjoy!
To all our readers,
We are pleased to announce today that the Green Room blog will be taken off hiatus and will resume posting at the launch of our new site later this month (December). On behalf of the tgr team I’d like to thank you for your patience and wish you all the best for this holiday season.
Signing back on,
On behalf of the team at the Green Room blog,
Co-founder of The Green Room
Update: Our new site will be launched later than originally expected due to some unexpected issues with the new site. We hope to have the site ready for our readers by the end of this month (January). Once again the tgr team would like to thank you for your patience and wish you all the best for 2010.
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Well, as you all know very well, it is the time of year again that most game developers release their latest and greatest games into the wide world of gaming! This year, well at least for me, is very special, as a list of games that are sure to astonish many people. This long list of games to be released before Christmas include –
Out Now –Rock Band: Beatles Edition( Wii, Playstation 3, xbox 360)
Out Now – Batman: Arkham Asylum(Playstation 3, xbox 360)
September 16- Guitar Hero 5 ( Wii, Playstation 3, Playstation 2, xbox 360)
September 22 – Halo 3: ODST( xbox 360)
September 24 –Need for Speed : Shift (Playstation 3, xbox 360)
October 15-Metroid Prime Trilogy ( Wii)
October 28 –DJ Hero ( Wii, xbox 360, Playstation 3)
October 29- Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City ( xbox 360, Playstation 3)
November 10 -Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 ( PC, Playstation 3, xbox 360)
November 19- Assassins Creed 2 (PC, xbox 360, Playstation 3)
Late November (TBC) -Left 4 Dead 2 ( xbox 360, PC)
Late November (TBC)- New Super Mario Bros. Wii ( Wii)
That is just a few of the games to be released before the end of 2009. If you consider yourself to be an avid gamer, I would definitely recommend purchasing Left 4 Dead 2, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and finally Assassins Creed 2. All of these games are sure to amaze, and have been long awaited by many gamers.
Keep on the look-out for these games, as they will be arriving very soon. Personally, I can’t wait for these games to hit the shelves!
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Here’s the liveblog archive of Apple’s latest music-themed event, conveniently copied and pasted just seconds ago!
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Apple’s latest music-themed event is just hours away, and once again, The Green Room will be providing a liveblog with details and Australian analysis of the announcements as they unfold.
1. Where can I find it? You can browse directly to our liveblog coverage by clicking here, or view the full list of liveblogs here. We’ve partnered with CoverItLive again for a better liveblog experience.
2. Date & Time: The event starts at 9AM on September 9th (Pacific Time) or 3AM on September 10th (Australian Eastern Standard Time). All times listed on the liveblog are in AEST. The liveblog begins at 2AM on September 10th (AEST). Click here for a full list of starting times.
3. Spoiler free stream: If you prefer to watch the WWDC keynote without spoilers once it becomes available for streaming on Apple.com, we will provide a link to the QuickTime movie on this page.
4. Archive: We’ll publish the liveblog archive shortly after the event, check back here for the link closer to the date.
We’ll also be providing liveblog Twitter updates @tgrblog, so be sure to follow us there! – r.
Cars of the future, as a motor enthusiast and a toddler at heart, whenever I envisage cars of the future, it automatically shapes into something that would be able to travel through space, hover, have rear spoilers that have no actual use, and produce so little pollution that everytime one is actually purchased, a polar bear gets a little more of it’s home back. But in this article I would like to talk about what to look out for… in the not so distant future, so I would like to welcome a brand new addition to the green room, So what’s hot and what’s not to look out for in 2010.
Ferrari 599xx: Those two X’s bring with them an additional 100 hp to the already face shattering 610 hp of the ferrari 599, this prancing pony is not one to be messed with.
2010 Range rover sport: I found that the first installment of the sport was a disappointment, crossed fingers that this one will match eager expectations.
Fisker Karma: It’s an all-sports car with powerful features. It goes 0-60 mph in 5.8 seconds and can reach the top speed of 125 mph. Oh and it’s green… Apparently.
Audi A1 Sportback Concept: Aside from the looks , you could almost envisage it gently neutering a sick baby seal back to health.
Mercedes 300SL gullwing: Although not officially announced as being put into production, why ruin a classic. It’s like a follow up of The Blues brothers… oh wait no that already happened.
BMW X6 M: It’s about as good off road as a Honda Jazz, and has the looks to match.
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution XF Q-400: With 403 Bhp and 378lb.ft of torque it sure as hell packs a punch, but does ‘Wrx broh!’ mean anything to you?
Nissan Cube: Well it’s certainly a cube…