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Dragon Age: Inquisition review – bigger than Skyrim

Rubric: Sharp | 11 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Dragon Age: Inquisition review – bigger than Skyrim

Dragon Age Inquisition review. In the wake of the disastrously incoherent, repetitive, and nearly-linear Dragon Age II, BioWare has thrown around a lot of claims for Dragon Age: Inquisition. BioWare’s sprawling fantasy RPG offers an embarrassment of activites to explore, but sometimes fails to provide the motivation to do so, says Stace Harman. BioWare is never going to live down the furore surrounding Mass Effect 3’s ending, both the initial outrage at is content and the fact that it was then patched up and altered to appease the masses. After the critical and commercial success of tactically-astute series progenitor, Dragon Age: Origins, BioWare took a sharp left turn for the release ...

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What Critics are Saying About Dragon Age Inquisition

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What Critics are Saying About Dragon Age Inquisition

BioWare on ‘Mass Effect’s’ co-op inspiration for ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’. In the wake of the disastrously incoherent, repetitive, and nearly-linear Dragon Age II, BioWare has thrown around a lot of claims for Dragon Age: Inquisition. BioWare’s sprawling fantasy RPG offers an embarrassment of activites to explore, but sometimes fails to provide the motivation to do so, says Stace Harman. BioWare is never going to live down the furore surrounding Mass Effect 3’s ending, both the initial outrage at is content and the fact that it was then patched up and altered to appease the masses. Cameron Lee, the producer of the upcoming title, revealed to Examiner during an exclusive interview ...

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Takata says defective airbags made as early as 2008

Rubric: Sharp | 3 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Takata says defective airbags made as early as 2008

An explosive problem. AIRBAGS have been fitted to cars since the 1970s to protect drivers and passengers during collisions. Nissan is recalling around 9,000 units of the India-made Micra hatchback and Sunny sedans to replace defective airbags made by component vendor Takata, which are prone to failure due to corrosion and could spray shrapnel to passengers upon deployment.This week we asked crisis experts to focus on comments made by Takata Corp., the Japan-based company that manufactured the air bags being recalled by all the major automakers.As lawmakers shine a spotlight on how the nation’s highway safety watchdog has handled the recall of nearly 8 million vehicles over faulty air bags, ...

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Takata says defective airbags made as early as 2008

Rubric: Sharp | 3 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Takata says defective airbags made as early as 2008

An explosive problem. AIRBAGS have been fitted to cars since the 1970s to protect drivers and passengers during collisions. Nissan is recalling around 9,000 units of the India-made Micra hatchback and Sunny sedans to replace defective airbags made by component vendor Takata, which are prone to failure due to corrosion and could spray shrapnel to passengers upon deployment.This week we asked crisis experts to focus on comments made by Takata Corp., the Japan-based company that manufactured the air bags being recalled by all the major automakers.As lawmakers shine a spotlight on how the nation’s highway safety watchdog has handled the recall of nearly 8 million vehicles over faulty air bags, ...

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A deeply flawed automotive recall system

Rubric: Sharp | 3 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
A deeply flawed automotive recall system

Critics Take Aim at ‘Geographic Recalls’ Amid Air Bag Defects. As lawmakers shine a spotlight on how the nation’s highway safety watchdog has handled the recall of nearly 8 million vehicles over faulty air bags, the subject of “geographic recalls” will be taking some of the heat. Airbag manufacturer Takata Corp. discovered a defect in its airbags that caused General Motors and Nissan to recall some near 31,000 cars in June: a driver-side airbag inflator that has been known to explode in vehicles.Takata Corporation, a Japanese automotive parts company, revealed in a report to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that the airbags with new flaws were made ...

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Takata airbag recall puts pressure on Honda

Rubric: Sharp | 3 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Takata airbag recall puts pressure on Honda

Critics Take Aim at ‘Geographic Recalls’ Amid Air Bag Defects. As lawmakers shine a spotlight on how the nation’s highway safety watchdog has handled the recall of nearly 8 million vehicles over faulty air bags, the subject of “geographic recalls” will be taking some of the heat. Airbag manufacturer Takata Corp. discovered a defect in its airbags that caused General Motors and Nissan to recall some near 31,000 cars in June: a driver-side airbag inflator that has been known to explode in vehicles.Takata Corporation, a Japanese automotive parts company, revealed in a report to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) that the airbags with new flaws were made ...

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Takata: Defective Air Bags Might have been Made as Early as 2008,

Rubric: Sharp | 3 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Takata: Defective Air Bags Might have been Made as Early as 2008,

Air bag defect spurs recall of newer Nissan Infinitis. As lawmakers shine a spotlight on how the nation’s highway safety watchdog has handled the recall of nearly 8 million vehicles over faulty air bags, the subject of “geographic recalls” will be taking some of the heat. About 14 million older vehicles have been recalled in recent years because air bags made by the Takata Corp. can explode in a crash, shooting pieces of metal into the cabin.A safety flaw in Takata Corp. (7312) air bags prompted a new automobile recall even as U.S. regulators questioned whether the company is moving quickly enough to produce replacement parts to repair previously recalled cars. Nissan North America is ...

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Nissan recalls Infiniti SUVs to fix air bags

Rubric: Sharp | 2 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Nissan recalls Infiniti SUVs to fix air bags

Air bag defect spurs recall of newer Nissan Infinitis. DETROIT (AP) – Nissan says it’s recalling more than 1,800 Infiniti SUVs in the U.S. for an air bag problem that could send shrapnel into the passenger compartment. About 14 million older vehicles have been recalled in recent years because air bags made by the Takata Corp. can explode in a crash, shooting pieces of metal into the cabin.A safety flaw in Takata Corp. (7312) air bags prompted a new automobile recall even as U.S. regulators questioned whether the company is moving quickly enough to produce replacement parts to repair previously recalled cars.A Toyota Motor vehicle with an inflated air bags after a crash test at the company’s ...

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Critics Blasts Selective Recalls for AirBag Defects

Rubric: Sharp | 2 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Critics Blasts Selective Recalls for AirBag Defects

Air bag defect spurs recall of newer Nissan Infinitis. About 14 million older vehicles have been recalled in recent years because air bags made by the Takata Corp. can explode in a crash, shooting pieces of metal into the cabin.A safety flaw in Takata Corp. (7312) air bags prompted a new automobile recall even as U.S. regulators questioned whether the company is moving quickly enough to produce replacement parts to repair previously recalled cars.A Toyota Motor vehicle with an inflated air bags after a crash test at the company’s Higashifuji Technical Center in Susono city, Shizuoka prefecture, Japan, in 2011. Nissan Motor Co. is recalling a small batch of Infiniti luxury vehicles made ...

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Takata discloses air bags with a new flaw were made from 2008-2014

Rubric: Sharp | 2 Nov 2014 | no comments yet »
Takata discloses air bags with a new flaw were made from 2008-2014

Air bag defect spurs recall of newer Nissan Infinitis. DETROIT (AP) – Nissan says it’s recalling more than 1,800 Infiniti SUVs in the U.S. for an air bag problem that could send shrapnel into the passenger compartment.About 14 million older vehicles have been recalled in recent years because air bags made by the Takata Corp. can explode in a crash, shooting pieces of metal into the cabin.A safety flaw in Takata Corp. (7312) air bags prompted a new automobile recall even as U.S. regulators questioned whether the company is moving quickly enough to produce replacement parts to repair previously recalled cars. A Toyota Motor vehicle with an inflated air bags after a crash test at the company’s ...

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