Month: November 2020

In Greek mythology, Icarus’s ambition led to his literal downfall when he flew too close to the sun and melted his wax wings. So yes, being overly ambitious does have its drawbacks, but so too does a lack of it. Immortals Fenyx Rising, for instance, offers a light and entertaining spin on Greek mythology that’s
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Captured on Nintendo Switch (Docked) Do you remember when you were five, and your mum would ask you if you wanted anything from the supermarket, and you’d probably reply with whatever branded cereal you’d last seen an advert for in-between episodes of Scooby-Doo? Then, two hours later, she’d return with whatever off-brand cereal approximation she
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Here at ExtremeTech, we’ve often discussed the difference between different types of NAND structures — vertical NAND versus planar, or multi-level cell (MLC) versus triple-level cells (TLC) and quad-level cells (QLC). Now, let’s talk about the more basic relevant question: How do SSDs work in the first place, and how do they compare with newer technologies, like
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Doom Eternal joined some of this year’s most stellar gaming experiences in The Game Awards’ Game of the Year category. Despite FPS experiences being one of the most popular genres on a yearly basis, Doom Eternal added to the formula with intense, satisfying, and fast-paced gunplay. Now that same acclaimed title is coming to Nintendo Switch
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With impeccable audio quality and the PS5’s Tempest 3D positional audio, the Pulse 3D breathes more life into next-gen games. The PULSE 3D wireless headset has been specifically tuned to deliver the 3D Audio made possible by the PlayStation 5 console. Powered by Tempest 3D AudioTech, the PS5 console can put you at the center
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Welcome to Next Week on Xbox, where we cover all the new games coming soon to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows 10 PC as well as upcoming Xbox Game Pass for Console and PC titles and soon-to-be released ID@Xbox games! Get more details on the games below and click their profiles for pre-order
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The creator and mastermind behind the beloved Super Smash Bros. franchise, Masahiro Sakurai, has praised the Playstation 5 in his latest column in the Japanese publication, Famitsu. Although he complimented the backwards compatibility the new console has to offer, Sakurai aired his concerns over the small SSD and said his console was almost full already.
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Square Enix has announced that Final Fantasy XIV patch 5.4, Futures Rewritten, will release on December 8th with new content including main scenario quests, raid dungeon, trial, “explorer mode,” and more. Details are as follows: New Main Scenario Quests – With the fate of the First secured, the Scions make their long-awaited return to the Source.
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Bungie CEO Pete Parsons has revealed that the developer began to “incubate the potential” for new titles and talent about three years ago – prior to its split from publishing giant, Activision. Speaking to Metro, Parsons said that although Bungie’s main focus is making games, the incubations also revolve around the process of building talented
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Luke Reilly reviews Sony’s PlayStation 5 console. Find out how what this colossus lacks in subtlety it makes up for in potential thanks to its rapid SSD and remarkable new DualSense controller. The IGN PS5 review will cover our first impressions of the PS5 console, the new PS5 UI, the PS5 controller—better known as the
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Sometimes we just get used to a gaming franchise hitting the market each and every year. Other times we – the gamers – get bored easily or become a bit cynical about a developer’s motives. Are they just rolling out games to make an easy dollar? Can’t they take a year off? Call of Duty
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Bugsnax is a puzzle-adventure packed full of charm, mystery and a surprising amount of emotional depth. Reviewed by Simon Cardy on PlayStation 5. Bugsnax is available on PS5, PS4 and PC.
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