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Castlevania creator crowdfunds new game, coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One

Castlevania creator crowdfunds new game, coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One

Kickstarter and its ilk have become dream makers for game developers, not just the occasional brilliant indie piece but even legends returning to their former glory. While that has been mostly the case in the West, the East is somewhat still catching up to the trend. We've seen Mighty No. 9 from Keiji Inafune of Rockman (Mega Man in the US) fame kick off in 2013. Now another Japanese legend is joining the fray. Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a gothic side-scrolling action platformer from the game designer who knows that genre best: Koji Igarashi or IGA, creator of Castlevania.

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Radian 2 Bluetooth time-lapse controller pans, tilts, and slides

Radian 2 Bluetooth time-lapse controller pans, tilts, and slides

Photographers who like to take time-lapse images and want to be able to control their camera from a distance will want to check out the Radian 2. The device is a time-lapse controller that allows the creation of still, panning, tilting, and sliding time-lapse footage using your camera. The controller connects to the camera via the USB or trigger port and is programmed wirelessly from a smartphone.

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Autonomous Desk is a smart desk powered by AI

Autonomous Desk is a smart desk powered by AI

There are different styles of desks out there to suit any need or style of work. A new desk has surfaced that is called the Autonomous Desk and it is billed as the smartest desk out there and is powered by some sort of AI. The design of the desk is a standing desk to help people be healthier and more productive at work.

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HydraDock gives MacBooks 11 more ports

HydraDock gives MacBooks 11 more ports

MacBook users often wish that their notebook had more USB ports since all you get is a single USB port on some Apple machines. A new device has debuted called the HydraDock that aims to give you lots more ports, including USB ports for connecting any accessory you can think of from displays to keyboards.

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EcoQube’s desktop ecosystem brings zen to your work day

EcoQube’s desktop ecosystem brings zen to your work day

Aquariums can bring a little zen to a stress-filled day. It's relaxing to watch the little fish bubble about, but no one gets that same serenity from cleaning the scum off of a cloudy fish tank. Introducing EcoQube-C, the second generation EcoQube by Aqua Design Innovations. EcoQube-C wants to be "your window to nature," with its maintenance-free desktop aquarium. There are no filters to clean and no need to skim muck from the pebbles. The tank even grows its own stalk of basil. Its successful campaign on Kickstarter means that you'll be able to get fresh herbs and a scenic aquarium in one desktop package.

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Double Fine’s Broken Age finally whole, part 2 lands April 28

Double Fine’s Broken Age finally whole, part 2 lands April 28

It is, perhaps, an end of an era, both literally and figuratively. Double Fine has finally revealed when it will be shipping the second and final act of its historic adventure game Broken Age. This puts a cap on three years of some quite public and dramatic game development, a game that changed the landscape of Kickstarter forever, and one who may decide the fate of a small studio like Double Fine. The game has been in the hands of backers 24 hours before the fated April 28 launch, and the reviews that will be soon out will probably be as sensational as the game's history.

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Slew of copycat Kickstarters reported for DMCA infringement [Update]

Slew of copycat Kickstarters reported for DMCA infringement [Update]

Kickstarter is the place to go for crowdfunded projects, but from the multitudes of original content arise the occasional copycat productions, ripping off someone else's work. Kickstarter just issued its first transparency report which details all of the requests and claims in 2014 to take down campaigns. Out of the 22,252 68,668 projects submitted in 2014, 282 Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) claims were made on a total of 240 Kickstarter projects. Surprisingly, the crowdfunding company only pursued actions against 44% of those reported projects.

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Tiko unibody 3D-printer keeps it simple and cheap

Tiko unibody 3D-printer keeps it simple and cheap

Tiko is a small, unibody 3D-printer that is designed to be simple and user-friendly. 3D printers are revolutionizing the "maker" scene, but the numerous selections can be complicated and expensive. If you want to create basic plastic designs on the cheap and don't have space for a complicated printing setup, then Tiko might be for you. Best of all, Tiko can be yours for only $179 USD, but that's only the price for Kickstarter pledges. The price could go up when Tiko enters the market, but its creators haven't specified a retail price yet.

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Bluewire device records smartphone calls from up to 33-feet away

Bluewire device records smartphone calls from up to 33-feet away

There are a bunch of reasons that someone might want to record the calls that they receive over their smartphone. Many smartphones have the ability to record calls built in and there are apps out there that will allow that to happen as well. A new device has debuted called Bluewire that claims to be the world's smallest Bluetooth headset call recorder. The device looks like a normal Bluetooth headset, but it is able to record calls from up to 33-feet from your smartphone.

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