Crytek Engineer Claims PS5 Beats Xbox Series X In Every Way, but Retracts Statements Due to “Personal Reasons”
According to Crytek engineer Ali Salehi, PS5 is a way better console than Microsoft’s Xbox Series X for numerous reasons, which range from ease of programming to superior loading times.
The refreshed, revamped version of the GTA alternative has received a “full makeover.” It also includes all three expansion mission packs, as well as over 30 pieces of DLC – all of which have been remastered, too.
E3 to Return on June 15–17, 2021: ESA Sets Date for Next Year’s Conference, Which Will Be “Reimagined”
With E3 2020 canceled, this year’s plans – which reportedly include costly, celebrity-endorsed attractions (e.g., LA Lakers playing a basketball game with fans or actors) – have presumably shifted to 2021’s show.
How it’ll differ from the original release is unknown, but until Volition and Deep Silver make an official announcement, we can assume the usual improvements: higher-quality textures, better lighting, and so on.
In order to escape extreme weather conditions and life-threatening supernatural activities, players will have to develop new skills and gather essential parts for fixing the one way out – a broken spaceship.
Cloud-gaming services such as Google’s Stadia and NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW could be getting some serious competition from Amazon, which has been working on its own platform dubbed “Project Tempo.”
Intel Reportedly Launching Comet Lake-S Processors on April 30, but Embargo Won’t Lift Until End of May
With all of the information that’s already out there, Intel might as well announce its 10th Gen Core processors right now, but alas, fans will have to wait until April 30 for the official announcement.
Many transitioned to a ‘work from home’ type environment recently. In an age with multiple devices, accounts, and means of digital access, it can get complicated quick. ASUS has a new app to help mitigate this.
GIGABYTE Offers a First Look at Its New “Eagle” GPU Series, Debuting with the GeForce GTX 1650 GDDR6
The official AORUS (JP) account has released the first images of GIGABYTE’s newest graphics card series, “Eagle,” which seems like an obvious choice based on the branding utilized for its flagship gaming lineup.
Luckily for StoreMI fans, AMD may be planning a replacement. The company is telling users to “wait for the new AMD solution,” which implies there’s a successor in the works.
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney Says That IBM’s Model M Keyboard Still Provides the Best Typing Experience
Mechanical keyboards – with their dizzying variety of switches and light-up effects – are all the rage these days, but for many old-school enthusiasts, nothing beats IBM’s buckling-spring Model M.
Killer Networking Announces E3100 2.5 Gbps Ethernet Controller with “3X Better Latency” Than Competitors
The controller also features numerous other technologies – GameFast Technology, Extreme Game Mode Technology, DoubleShot Pro Technology, and more – to ensure that gamers have the best network performance possible.
Other Disney blockbusters that have received new release dates include the live-action adaptations of Mulan (July 24, 2021) and Jungle Cruise (July 30, 2021). Indiana Jones 5 has also been shifted from July 9 to July 29, 2022.
Artemis Fowl – a live-action adaptation of Eoin Colfer’s long-running fantasy novels – won’t be coming to cinemas as originally intended due to the coronavirus, which has shuttered theaters across the world.
As part of its #StayHomeBoxOffice promotion, HBO has announced that it will be streaming 20 Warner Bros. movies, nine seasons of television, and ten docuseries/documentaries on its platforms at zero cost.
COVID-19 continues to sabotage the plans of Hollywood’s biggest studios. The latest victim is Sony, which has been forced to move Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Morbius, and other 2020 tent-poles to next year.
It is rare when a video game traverses from gaming to either movies or television successfully. Even rarer when one aimed more at mature audiences lasts beyond one season. Fans of the Netflix animated series got some good news recently.
Dragon’s Lair debuted in 1983 for arcades in the LaserDisc format and was later ported to countless platforms, such as the Commodore 64, Amiga, Super NES, and Sega CD. It featured animation by ex-Disney animator Don Bluth.