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ValveTime has dug through the Source Filmmaker code to expose references to “Source 2,” reportedly a next-generation revamp of Valve’s renowned game engine. Provided that the 3 significant consoles are all due a refresh, it’s unsurprising to see preparations being made. That said, nonetheless, the second (and significant) launch title for the original Source was Half Life 2, so we’re gonna be getting a grievance letter ready if we do not get some more time with Gordon, Alyx and Dog in a magnificently rendered future dystopia.
Filed under: Gaming, SoftwareValve supposedly preparing second-generation Source engine, kinda clarifies the Episode Three delay originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 06 Aug 2012 08:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink Kotaku|ValveTime|E-mail this|Remarks
This morning, iOS jailbreak tool Absinthe 2.0 was released, bringing support for the new iPad — now, just a few hours later, FireCore has released a new version of the Seas0nPass jailbreak tool for the second-generation Apple TV. The big news here is that it finally supports untethered jailbreaking for Apple TV software version 5.0.1 — for those less familiar with jailbreaking, this means that you don’t need to plug the Apple TV into your computer during startup. Out of the 12 plugins FireCore highlights, ten of them are currently working — only the Overflow and Remote HD plugins aren’t working yet. Unfortunately, this applies only to the second-generation Apple TV — the new, 1080p model is incompatible. If you’re one of those…
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No one said that hobbies were easy to throw away, and it’s pretty clear that the Apple TV still holds a dear piece of Cupertino’s heart. In fact, we’d argue that the box’s streaming abilities now tie into Apple’s overall mission more than ever before, and with iOS 4.2.1 for the iPad (and the accompanying introduction of AirPlay), it’s feeling less like an afterthought and more like a focal point. That said, we’re curious to know if early adopters feel satisfied by their $ 99 box. Have you found it to function as-advertised? Still fuming over those output and / or color issues? If you were given the keys to the design kingdom, how would you turn the Apple TV into your perfect media streamer? Ditch the iTunes integration? Offer access to more content portals? Paint it pink and line it with LEDs? It only costs $ 0.02 to play, and the deposit slot’s just below.
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