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Far: Lone Sails' solo journey is far from lonely

Added: 04.07.2018 0:00 | 900 views | 0 comments


A moment of calm. The wind is doing the work, blowing my rickety vehicle along a flat stretch. With no need to be inside, repeating the frenetic cycle of feeding the engine, full-body-pushing the enormous button to send it roaring to life and venting steam to prevent it exploding from its own heat, I'm standing on the roof watching the world go by. It's quiet.
When I drop back down into the guts of the car, something's on fire.
So it goes in Far: Lone Sails. The game follows exactly one trip, and takes place almost entirely within its vehicle. It's not the reliable car that we use in our day-to-day lives, and it's not the obliging horse that we so often use to get around in video games. It's the complete opposite of fast travel. There are no objectives or quests where you're going or where you're coming from.

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Wreckfest | Starburst Magazine

Added: 03.07.2018 20:34 | 870 views | 0 comments

If anything can be learned from racing, nothing gets an audience going quite like a high speed collision. As hazardous, frantic and often deadly as they are, the spectacle keeps pulling people back, to the point where the entire Burnout franchise is best known for its slow-mo crash gimmick. Wreckfest doesnt just emulate this, it glorifies it. It takes the destructive concept as far as it can go without becoming realistic Mario Kart, and lets the players loose inside its tracks. Best of all, it never takes itself seriously.

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PUBG developer debunks accusation maps are "asset flips"

Added: 03.07.2018 19:47 | 938 views | 0 comments


The developer of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has debunked what it calls "misinformation" and "oversimplified tales" about the way the game is developed.
The criticism here revolves around the re-use of certain assets across PUBG's maps, and the buying of pre-made assets from the Unreal marketplace. Posts like the one below occasionally pop up on the , alongside the accusation that the vast majority of the game's maps were bought-in. Some even accuse PUBG of being an "asset flip" game.
This debate kicked off again this week after PUBG creator Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene expressed his frustration at the "asset flip" jibe in an interview with Geoff Keighley at E3, saying it "kills me a little inside".

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In Theory: Will there be more than one next-gen Xbox?

Added: 03.07.2018 19:42 | 812 views | 0 comments


It was the E3 where we half-expected Sony to break cover with its plans for the next generation of PlayStation hardware, but come the hour, it was actually Microsoft that confirmed that its hardware engineers are hard at work architecting what Phil Spencer called "the next Xbox consoles". Implying that more than one new Xbox is in development right now is an interesting - and dare we suggest, deliberate - choice of words.
This was swiftly followed up by a report from Microsoft/Windows-focused website thurrott.com, describing a 'family of devices' currently in development under the 'Scarlett' codename, set to arrive in 2020. Thurrott's insider stories along these lines are typically well-sourced and the timelines tie-in with the arrival of the technological building blocks that will enable next-gen hardware. But with Spencer talking about new hardware in the plural and the Scarlett project reported as more than just a single console release, we have to wonder what form the next generation is going to take, and what separates each of these machines from a technological perspective. After all, in the here and now, Microsoft often refers to its Xbox One 'family' - similar devices in many ways, but with radically different levels of rendering power.
There are further strands to weave into the discussion here, with Spencer revealing his annual E3 interview with . It's well worth a watch, with the Xbox boss seeing next-gen as an opportunity to focus on higher frame-rates and to leverage the firm's existing work with variable refresh rate and 120Hz display technology. Spencer also sees the arrival of new hardware as the means by which CPU and GPU power can be rebalanced line with what we see on today's PCs, as opposed to the situation we have now where even Xbox One X - the most powerful home console - is pairing a six teraflop GPU with low-power x86 CPU cores originally designed for tablets.

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Pokemon Go - How to Send Gifts to Friends

Added: 03.07.2018 18:44 | 905 views | 0 comments

Learn how to send gifts to friends and what's inside them, as well as what's inside Alolan Eggs.

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78,000 Fortnite cheaters infected by adware

Added: 03.07.2018 16:02 | 885 views | 0 comments


Nearly 80,000 Fortnite cheaters are in for a nasty surprise, as a bit of adware has been discovered inside a popular Fortnite hack. The fact that malicious software is, indeed, malicious should come as no surprise, but the breakdown of how it’s been distributed is still enlightening.
That breakdown comes courtesy of Andrew Sampson, CEO of game streaming platform Rainway. On June 26, the company found “hundreds of thousands of error reports to our tracker” coming in at once. Those errors all involved calls to various ad platforms, and were sudden enough to be an immediate cause of concern.
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The folks at Rainway found the one thing all the error-reporting users had in common was that they played Fortnite - so, with suspicions about the root of all this, they started looking up Fortnite hacks to find the particular culprit. Among hundreds of programs - many of them featuring their own malicious extras - they found the one causing the error.
After trawling YouTube for popular cheats, they found a hack that promised free V-Bucks and an aimbot as an alluring two-for-one deal. It installed a root certificate on their test device and altered Windows to route all web traffic through itself - as a cybersecurity specialist might call it, a successful man in the middle attack. fortnite hack adware
Rainway contacted the file hosts, who quickly took it down, though not before it had accumulated more than 78,000 downloads. Of the two ad networks they contacted in relation to the attack, SpringServe worked to help identify and remove the “abusive creatives,” while Adtelligent has not responded to those reports.

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Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon Review - Games Asylum

Added: 03.07.2018 14:39 | 420 views | 0 comments

Games Asylum: "Its funny how one small feature can give a game an identity. What makes Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon feel like a Castlevania game of yore isnt the long-reaching whip attack, or the items nonsensically hidden inside floating candles, but rather the fiddly to navigate staircases."

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Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon Review - Games Asylum

Added: 03.07.2018 14:34 | 784 views | 0 comments

Games Asylum: "Its funny how one small feature can give a game an identity. What makes Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon feel like a Castlevania game of yore isnt the long-reaching whip attack, or the items nonsensically hidden inside floating candles, but rather the fiddly to navigate staircases."

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