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  1. Hello Guys, I would like to buy a NAS to setup a seedbox, in order to download/seed torrents 24/24 7d/week using my personal line which is good enough to do this... I've checked Buffalo (linkstation 210/220 or 410/420) or Synology (DS214 or DS213) NAS... I would like to know if someone of you are using a NAS, if yes, which one and your personal feedback (uptime, speed, torrent client, autodl script etc...)? My goal is to share about 200torrents max (so about 2To max) at the same time, on less than 10 trackers. I would also need a kind of autodl via RSS or something similar... I want also play movies from the NAS to the TV using a DLNA server... Today my prefered choice would go to the Buffalo LS410, 2TB, Marvel Armada 370 1.20GHz, for the power of the procesor and the price... Well hope someone could help me in my choice... Thx, Vince
  2. Sony confirms indie game launching October 28 for PlayStation 4; supports cross-buy with PS Vita. Sony announced today that the PlayStation 4 version of 2012's PlayStation 3 game The Unfinished Swanwill launch on October 28. The game will be released that day for $15 as a cross-buy title, meaning you'll also receive the game on PlayStation Vita at no extra cost. The Unfinished Swan runs in "silky smooth" 1080p on PS4, Sony wrote on the PlayStation Blog. In the game, you take on the role of a young boy who, after chasing a swan, finds himself in a "surreal, unfinished kingdom." You're then presented with a blank canvas of a world, which you'll explore and unravel by splattering paint everywhere. The original Unfinished Swan for PS3 was developed by Giant Sparrow, though Armature Studios (Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate) worked on the PS4 and PS Vita versions. For more on The Unfinished Swan, check out GameSpot's review. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  3. Find out how to buy tickets for Sony's December event in Las Vegas. Tickets for Sony's upcoming PlayStation Experience event will go on sale later this week, the company announced today. You'll be able to buy tickets from The Venetian's website beginning this Friday, October 24. One-day passes will cost $50, while two-day passes will run you $90. The ticket itself is not what will get you into the exhibit hall; once you've gotten your hands on one, you'll need to take the ticket and a government-issued photo ID to a Venetian/Palazzo box office between December 4 and December 7 to receive a wristband. Alternatively, you can pick up your wristband (using your ticket and ID) outside the Sands Expo Hall C on December 6 or December 7. Sony announced PlayStation Experience earlier this month as a "massive" two-day community event in Las Vegas. Taking place December 6-7, Sony says it will be an "unprecedented" event that offers attendees the chance to play unreleased games and attend panels and keynotes featuring members of the games industry. On a recent podcast, Sony's Scott Rohde teased, "This is an event for the fans, and I am so incredibly geeked about it. We're gonna show you a bunch of stuff that maybe we shouldn't show you yet." Although you won't be able to try games or get your hands on the free swag that will be available at the show without attending, you will be able to take in at least some of the event from home. Sony plans to offer live video from the event, though it hasn't provided specifics as of yet. The same goes for exactly what games, publishers, and panels will be at the show--you'll have to buy tickets knowing very little about what you're getting into. Sony hasn't indicated how many tickets will be available, but it did say that those hoping to sit for the opening keynote address will need to be among the first 5,500 to enter the building. Seating will be first-come, first-served. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  4. It's the "largest and most comprehensive" DLC offering in franchise history, 2K Sports says. Paige is exclusive to the WWE 2K15 DLC pass ($25)2K Sports today outlined the wealth of add-on content coming to WWE 2K15, which will make up what the publisher calls the "largest and most comprehensive" DLC offering in the history of the professional wrestling franchise. The content on offer spans new single-player offerings, bonus playable characters such as Paige (only for people who buy the DLC pass), and lots more. You can see a roundup of the WWE 2K15 DLC below. All WWE 2K15 DLC will be available for the game's four platforms: Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, andPlayStation 4. 2K Sports did not announce specific release dates for any of the packs, but mentioned that all should be released by early 2015. A $25 WWE 2K15 DLC pass, as rumored, will also be available for players, representing a 20 percent savings over buying content packs individually. WWE 2K15 DLC will include the following (descriptions courtesy of 2K Sports): Accelerator ($2) Players will gain instant access to all unlockable content available in the game (excluding downloadable content); 2K Showcase: One More Match ($10) Story focused on the rivalry between WWE Superstars Randy Orton and Christian in 2011; Playable WWE Superstars: Christian, Randy Orton, Edge, Mark Henry and Sheamus; Playable arenas from 2011: SmackDown®, Extreme Rules, Over the Limit, and Capitol Punishment; 2K Showcase: Hall of Pain ($10) Story focused on top matches for WWE Superstar Mark Henry; Playable WWE Superstars: Mark Henry, Big Show, Kane, Jey Uso, Jimmy Uso, Sheamus, The Great Khali, Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan, and Ryback; Playable arenas: SmackDown (2011), Vengeance (2011), and WrestleMania 29; 2K Showcase: Path of the Warrior ($10) Story focused on the career of WWE Hall of Famer Ultimate Warrior; Playable WWE Hall of Famers: Ultimate Warrior, Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, and Sgt. Slaughter; Playable WWE Legends: Honky Tonk Man, Rick Rude, Macho King, and Colonel Mustafa; Playable WWE Superstars: Undertaker and Hunter Hearst Helmsley; Access to WWE Hall of Fame ring announcer Howard Finkel and WWE managers Jimmy Hart, Bobby Heenan, Paul Bearer, Sherri, Sid Justice, and General Adnan; Playable arenas: WrestleMania VI, VII and XII; SummerSlam (1988, 1990, and 1991); Saturday Night’s Main Event XXIV and Madison Square Garden; WCW Pack ($8) Playable WCW Superstars: Fit Finlay, Lord Steven Regal, Bam Bam Bigelow, Diamond Dallas Page, and Lex Luger; NXT Arrival ($7) Playable NXT Superstars: JBL, Adam Rose, and The Ascension (Konnor and Victor); Playable NXT Diva: Emma; New Moves Pack ($4) Moves Pack: More than 30 new moves, including an alternate version of Sister Abigail (performed from the ring corner and made popular by Bray Wyatt) and Multiple Gut Wrenches (made popular by Cesaro); WWE 2K15 DLC Pass ($25) Access to exclusive playable WWE Diva Paige; Accelerator (access to all unlockable content available in the game); Access to all three 2K Showcase stories (One More Match, Hall of Pain, and Path of the Warrior) WWE 2K15 releases October 28 for Xbox 360 and PS3, while the Xbox One and PS4 versions arelaunching on November 18. Earlier this week, 2K Sports revealed the WWE 2K15 soundtrack, which was curated by none other than coverstar John Cena. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  5. In recent years BitTorrent Inc. has managed to get some of the biggest artists in the world to work with them, using BitTorrent technology as a promotional tool. The company is currently looking to add more partners to the roster and in their pitch they claim that BitTorrent users tend to be heavy music consumers. BitTorrent Inc, the company behind the successful uTorrent and BitTorrent file-sharing clients, has been making huge efforts in recent times to shed the false image that the company is synonymous with online piracy. One of the key ways it’s changing this perception is by partnering with well-known artists such as De La Soul, Moby and Madonna, and showing that BitTorrent is an ideal tool to connect artists with fans. To provide some examples of what it can do, BitTorrent Inc. has made a distribution and advertising deck with success stories. Thus far more than 10,000 artists have used BitTorrent’s bundles, generating over 100 million downloads which convert into real sales. Slide from BitTorrent’s advertising deck (via Digiday) Aside from listing its successes the company also reports some intriguing statistics on the consumer behavior of its community. On slide 12 BitTorrent Inc. notes that its community is 33% more likely to buy albums online, makes 34% more DVD purchases, watches 34% more movies in theater and is twice as likely to have a paid music subscription. BitTorrent’s community Because BitTorrent Inc provides no source for the data provided in this last slide we contacted the company last week to find out more. Unfortunately, we haven’t received a response thus far. However, while writing this article we found that the numbers reported in the pitch deck trace back to one of our own articles. The data reported by BitTorrent Inc. comes from music industry group IFPI and details the buying habits of music pirates. BitTorrent Inc subsequently used these piracy statistics to sell its “community†to potential partners. This is interesting for a variety of reasons. First, IFPI’s research doesn’t mention BitTorrent users, but file-sharing music pirates in general. Furthermore, since when does BitTorrent see “music pirates†as its community? Perhaps that’s the reason why the source for the data isn’t provided in the pitch deck (IFPI was mentioned as source in an earlier pitch deck). That said, BitTorrent Inc is right to point out that file-sharers tend to be more engaged fans than the average person. Even the RIAA was willing to admit that. It’s good to see that more and more artists, including many big names, are beginning to recognize this potential too. Even U2, whose former manager is one of the most vocal anti-piracy crusaders, has now decided to give away its latest album for freehoping that it will increase sales of older work. Without piracy, that would have never happened.