Apple’s iPad mini is making headway with a 400-plus pixel-per-inch (PPI) display for future generations of the iPad, according to Patently Apple. But is the release of the increased-pixel display worth it?
As the introduction of a fourth-generation iPad pushes the original "New iPad with Retina Display" out of the picture (therefore making it the "Old iPad, still with Retina Display" - lame joke, we realize that), the elite-regarded tablet introduced seven months ago is available at a steep discount for those comfortable with official Apple refurbished products. For those that do not already have a Retina Display iPad, this is the one to get or gift.
Doom Resurrection is based on id Software's popular first person shooter Doom 3. You are a marine stationed on a martian base when a portal to hell is accidentally opened and demons and zombies invade the base, leaving you and a handful of people as the lone survivors. The functions like a normal first person shooter, only on rails. Your character moves on a set path while you dispatch enemies and collect items.
Doom Classic puts you in the boots of a Marine stationed at a martian outpost where all hell breaks loose, quite literally. You are the lone survivor, and it's up to you to survive and escape, taking down the hell-spawn that invaded your base in the process. The game is a straight port, and runs beautifully on the iPhone. Running down corridors and blasting baddies is just as fun as you remember it, free of any lag or slowdown. Even all of the original cheat codes work, just do a four finger tap and input them on the keypad.