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Bethesda Released More Information about Fallout 4’s Final DLC

Nuka World will be Fallout 4’s final DLC update and Bethesda wants everyone to feel happy and bid the game goodbye, with a bang.

The final DLC update will be inspired by a theme park and theme parks will not be exciting if it weren’t for its amusement rides and games.

All of those things are present in the Nuka World DLC update among other things. A recent trailer was released showing the fans of the game what they can expect with the upcoming update.

The Nuka World amusement park is divided into sections. These sections are the World of Refreshment, Kiddie Kingdom, Safari Adventure, Dry Rock Gulch, and Galactic Zone.

Each of the aforementioned sections brings with them a host of surprises for the survivors of the post-apocalyptic Boston.

Now, the new Nuka World amusement park is run by evil raiders. They want to get something valuable from you if you ever choose to explore the amusement park.

Of course, in true Fallout 4 fashion, you can choose to do two things: you can blast them with your gun and plow your way through or you can befriend them, turning yourself into an evil raider.

Also included in the Nuka World DLC update is the inclusion of some new workshop options, a new power suit, etc. The new workshop options will probably give you the ability to turn your settlement into some sort of an amusement park but that remains to be seen when the game fully launches.

Now, how big is the new Nuka World DLC patch? Well, the Steam Page of the game was actually just updated and it showed that the patch will come in at 3.7GB. That is roughly 1GB bigger than the last storyline patch which is the Far Harbor patch.

I think that this is a good thing overall because its file size indicates that players are in for a treat.

There are a lot of things that are in store for the survivors of the game and I am pretty sure that they are going to enjoy the last DLC update of Fallout 4.

Even though Nuka World is going to be a promising DLC update, fans of the game are displeased with Bethesda’s decision to discontinue the game’s feature updates.

A lot of them reference the previous installation of the game, Fallout 3, as being more robust because it contains 5 full-length story DLCs (as opposed to this game’s 3).

It is understandable since the company has done it before but Bethesda is actually now busy on two unnamed projects. If that is the case, I will not mind if the developers of the game release the final feature update of the game.

Even though Nuka World is going to be the last DLC update of the game, Bethesda will still release patches to fix bugs and improve the game even more.

The Nuka World DLC update for Fallout 4 will be released on August 30, 2016, and will be available on the PC, Xbox One, and the Playstation 4.

Asus Zenfone Zoom

The Asus Zenfone 2 was a welcome mobile phone offering from the Taiwanese company. The phone was an incarnation that sends a clear message to other mobile phone companies in that mobile phones with impressive specs need not be expensive.

Along with the Zenfone 2, Asus also released a variety of other different options as well, most of them having focus on different fields.

In this article, we are going to talk about the Asus Zenfone Zoom. This phone aims to provide a great mobile phone camera experience. This phone also hopes to eliminate the need to bring a dedicated camera with you at all times if you want to snap images of just about anything in your life.

So, let’s start off with the design. The Asus Zenfone Zoom values looks more than practicality. The phone has an aluminum frame that adds to the premium feel of the phone. It’s got no physical buttons on the front and the power and volume controls are located on the right side of the phone.

On the back side, you will find the phone’s main feature, the rear camera. It is not unobtrusive, though, as the camera really looks like another camera slapped in on the back of the phone.

It does add a little bit of thickness to the phone but it is not something that will not fit in your pocket.

Speaking of the back cover, it is made of faux leather design with some stitches added to it to really make it look as if it is made of genuine leather. Although it does add to the stylistic form factor, I am not a fan of the faux leather design.

You see, the faux leather design is kind of a bane for people who have sweaty hands. And if you happen to have sweaty palms, this phone’s back cover can deteriorate at a much faster rate.

The Asus Zenfone Zoom comes with a 5.5-inch IPS display panel with a resolution of 1080×1920 and a pixel density of 401ppi. Although I am a big fan of IPS display panels, there is a slight problem with the firmware. The brightness controls aren’t that effective as compared to other midrange mobile phones.

If you’re looking to use the auto brightness feature, you will find that it doesn’t ramp up the brightness that much, probably because it is more of a battery saving feature above anything else.

Asus has been known to put an Intel processor for their mobile phones and it also holds true with this one. The Asus Zenfone Zoom comes with the Intel Atom Z3590 which is a quad-core processor that is clocked at 2.5GHz. Furthermore, the phone is also equipped with the PowerVR G6430 and a hefty 4GB of RAM.

The performance aspect of the phone is no slouch, although it still does not beat the flagship mobile phones. Still, lag is pretty much non-existent, though, you may find that this phone has trouble with 3D-intensive games (a limitation of the GPU hardware).

Now, let’s focus on the main feature of the phone which is the camera. The Asus Zenfone Zoom comes with a 13-megapixel rear camera that is able to adjust its aperture from f/2.7 and f/4.8 depending on the need and the situation.

The camera also has the optical image stabilization technology that greatly reduces any blur when taking photos.

There are also two modes you can choose from: manual and auto mode. For most users, you may just want to stick with the auto mode as it does everything for you automatically. But, if you want more granular control of the image quality and other settings, the manual mode is for you.

Lastly, the Asus Zenfone Zoom is capable of 4G LTE connectivity. Time and again, get a mobile phone signal booster to ensure optimal connectivity at all times.

The Asus Zenfone Zoom is a good midrange phone and if you’re someone who is looking for a great camera in a mobile phone, considering getting this one.

Flashcarts for the R4 3dS

Flashcarts aren’t a new invention—they’ve been around for years. Although the 3DS does receive software updates that, at times, renders flashcarts unusable, the R4 3DS is still perfectly usable with the handheld device. Nowadays, flashcart manufacturers stay on top of the 3DS’ firmware updates, ensuring that their flashcarts aren’t obsolete or rendered unusable.

Lots of people have questions to ask about the R4 3DS—luckily, that’s why we’re here to answer more of the most frequently asked questions about the device. And, we’re certainly not done answering questions about this tricky and handy little device.

In this series of articles, we’re going to answer a couple more of most frequently asked questions about the R4 3DS. That’s because anyone looking to buy one of these devices should know everything there’s to know about it.

A Couple More Frequently Asked Questions ~ The R4 3DS

One of the biggest features of the R4 3DS is its inherent customization—and, when we mean customization, we mean you can update your 3DS’ menu to have any theme that you want.

That’s probably one of the main reasons why people use R4 devices. It gives them chance to personalize their handheld ‘on the inside,’ besides just decorating the outer shell with whatever they want.

Changing the R4 3DS’ Skin

The skin changes the look and feel of the R4 3DS’ menu. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to do this.

All R4 3DS skin files are stored in the device’s Skin category. The R4iSkin category, to provide an example, is R4iMenu/Skin.

Four files are always stored in this folder: TScreen.bmp, BottomInit.bmp, TScreen.bmp and BottomScreen.bmp.

Here’s a little more information about each of the aforementioned skin files:

Tscreen.bmp – The top screen interface of the R4 3DS’ menu after booting the handheld.

TScreen.bmp – The top screen interface of the R4 3DS’ menu for the handheld’s file category.

BottomInit.bmp – The bottom screen interface of the R4 3DS’ menu after booting the handheld.

BottomScreen.bmp – The bottom screen interface of the R4 3DS’ menu for the handheld’s file category.

Note: All of these files must be saved as .bmp (bitmap) files with 8 or 24 digits and with a resolution or picture size of 256*192 pixels.

The device’s default settings lets you automatically change your skin as soon as you turn on your device. Of course, you can always use your own custom skins. It’s pretty easy to get it on your device, too:

Download your skin to your computer; alternatively, make your own skin and save it according to the details provided in the Note above. If the skin’s zipped, unzip it.

Then, connect your device’s MicroSD card to the computer. Copy your R4_Skin folder to your device’s main skin directory, such as TF/R4iMenu/Skin. Disconnect your MicroSD card safely and boot your console.

Enter the R4 main menu and hit the configuration/options menu. Select your skin and press the A button to confirm—and enjoy your new skin!