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All Six NESEra Mega Man Games Coming to Mobile Next Year

first_img ‘Project Resistance’ Trailer Shows New Multiplayer ‘Resident Evil’11 Things We’re Looking Forward to at PAX West With the success of Super Mario Run, it is clear that mobile gamers love to play games with characters they remember from their childhood. One of the biggest stars on the Nintendo Entertainment System was Mega Man. The Blue Bomber has had his games released on a multitude of systems over the years but, for whatever reason, never on mobile devices. Capcom is fixing this error next year when it will finally bring the original six Mega Man games to iOS and Android.According to Famitsu (with translation by Rockman Corner), all six classic NES-era Mega Man games will be heading to mobile devices on January 6, 2017. Each game will be sold separately and feature beginner-friendly gameplay options, auto-fire, auto-charge, and adjustable game speeds. On top of that, each game can be synced with the Rockman Unity app, which is a news-feed of Rockman Unity in app form. After completing certain missions in the games, players will be able to unlock monthly rewards like exclusive lock screen wallpapers.The feature that should stand out the most for players is the one that makes the games easier. Nintendo games, in general, were always brutally challenging but the Mega Man games, in particular, are notorious for being excessively complicated. It can be argued that the reason Mega Man 2 is the most popular game in the series because it had a relatively easy “Normal” mode. Having an option that makes the games easier to play through should make them more accessible to a wider audience.For now, the mobile Mega Man games will only be available in Japan (where the series is called Rockman). However, given how popular Mega Man is in the West, I think it is safe to say that we’ll eventually see these game wash up on our mobile shores. When that happens, we’ll let you all know. Stay on targetlast_img read more


Geek Daily Deals 23andMe 128GB SD Cards iTunes Gift Card and More

first_imgScythe Board Game for $48.98Scythe is ranked as the 7th best board game overall at BoardGameGeek. This is not a board game for amateurs. It’s set in an alternate 1920 timeline where mechs and engines abound. Up to 5 players can participate and each session can last for 2 hours or more.Get it at Walmart for $48.98Get it on Amazon for $48.98 $100 Apple iTunes Gift Card for $85This is a perfect holiday gift for anybody who buys music off iTunes, which is to say ALOT of people, maybe even yourself.Use code “ITUNES15” during checkout to get this price.Get it on Amazon 23andMe DNA Test Kit for $69, Health + Ancestry for $139Discover your ancestry and find relatives you never knew existed. The pricier Health + Ancestry kit gives you much more data on your health, including your genetic predisposition and carrier status for certain hereditary disorders, wellness traits like alcohol flush consumption and lactose intolerance, and more.Get the DNA Kit on Amazon for $69Get the DNA + Health Kit for $139 DXRacer Formula eSports Gaming Chair for $215When it comes to gaming chairs, there are TONS of imitations, and there is DXRacer. All the other chairs “compare to” DXRacer, but this deal is for the real thing. The Formula chair is one of DXRacer’s most popular models and right now you can take 25% off the regular price of $289.Get it at Walmart for $215 Samsung EVO 128GB UHS-3 Micro SDXC Card for $19.99It’s back again. This deal finally went out of stock yesterday, but Amazon is giving it one final hurrah. This high-speed U3 card is as cheap as a U1 card and is ideal for 4K video recording and high definition RAW shooting. It’s also compatible with your Nintendo Switch.Get it on Amazon for $19.99Get the 64GB model for $10.99Get the 32GB model for $5.99last_img read more


FedEx Unveils SameDay Robot Delivery Service

first_imgStay on target Evan Rachel Wood Just As Disturbed by Humanoid Sophia As Everyone ElseMIT’s Thread-Like Robot Slides Through Blood Vessels In the Brain FedEx this week introduced an autonomous delivery robot designed to make same-day drop offs and last-mile transfers.The FedEx SameDay Bot allows retailers to accept orders from nearby customers and ship goods directly to local homes or businesses.Get everything from car parts and DIY tools to medication and groceries from launch partners AutoZone, Lowe’s, Target, Walgreens, and Walmart. You can even score a piping hot dinner straight from Pizza Hut’s oven.“The FedEx SameDay Bot is an innovation designed to change the face of local delivery and help retailers efficiently address their customers’ rising expectations,” according to Brie Carere, executive vice president and chief marketing and communications officer for FedEx.Developed in collaboration with tech firm DEKA, the bot “represents a milestone in our ongoing mission to solve the complexities and expense of same-day, last-mile delivery for the growing e-commerce market in a manner that is safe and environmentally friendly,” Carere said in a statement.“The bot has unique capabilities that make it unlike other autonomous vehicles,” DEKA founder Dean Kamen, inventor of the iBot and Segway, explained.Taking cues from Kamen’s iBot personal mobility device, the FedEx android boasts pedestrian-safe technology for travel on sidewalks and along roadsides. LiDAR and multiple built-in cameras, meanwhile, help the zero-emission, battery-powered machine to be aware of its surroundings.Add to that machine-learning algorithms to detect and avoid obstacles, plot a path, and follow road and safety rules, and you’ve got a highly capable delivery robot that can navigate unpaved surfaces, curbs, and even steps.FedEx plans to test its prototype device this summer in select markets, including hometown Memphis, Tenn.The SameDay Bot made its first public appearance on Tuesday, alongside mini drones and a skipping penguin robot, in The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon‘s Tonight Showbotics segment.FedEx SameDay Bot (via FedEx)This isn’t FedEx’s first robot rodeo: Following a successful trial of five automated “tuggers” in a North Carolina shipping hub, the company announced plans to expand its use of robotic labor.The RT4500 autonomous tuggers, built by Massachusetts-based Vecna Technologies, joined FedEx in 2017—assisting, not replacing, human workers.Eventually, the bots are expected to take over some 25 jobs, in a facility that employs 1,300 people and creates 100 new positions each year.In 2016, FedEx partnered with Savioke to develop a robot delivery service for its repair facility in Collierville, Tenn.More on Geek.com:This Weird Robot Can Fold Your Laundry at a Snail’s PaceStudy: 25 Percent of U.S. Workers At Risk of Job AutomationAmazon Launches Scout Delivery Robots in Washingtonlast_img read more