Currently the cross-platform MMORPG Albion Online is in the middle of their fourth month of being in the final closed beta testing phase. Once this closed beta phase is done, this game should be fully launching onto all platforms, hopefully. The company behind the game, Sandbox Interactive, has actually done pretty well in regards to keeping everyone updated on how the game's development is progressing, as well as keeping the updates to the game itself flowing.
We just touched on this subject in our earlier article today about Nvidia's Shield Android TV having its Marshmallow update starting to roll out as of this morning. In that article we mentioned that original Shield tablet owners had been waiting for Nvidia to re-release the Marshmallow update for that device which was pulled due to a pretty nasty bug.
A lot of owners of the original Nvidia Shield tablets were happy yesterday when we reported that the much awaited Marshmallow update had started to roll out for a majority of those devices. Well today Nvidia has pulled that update due to apparent Wi-Fi issues because of a bug arriving with that update.
Released by Fictiorama Studios and Daedalic Entertainment, Dead Synchronicity is a new adventure game that's been released onto Android. Dead Synchonicity tells a story of a dystopian and sci-fi future, where certain people become the "Dissolved". What happens to these individuals caught in the pandemic is that, for a brief time, they develop special cognitive abilities, before succumbing to their namesake, which is to say that they literally dissolve into a a bloody mess.