Month: May 2021

Game characters have a hard time of it, but Boris has it harder than most. Arrested by the KGB for slighting the great Russian nation, he is given the option of death or servitude. He goes for the latter, and is given the job of manning an anti-ballistic missile battery, shooting down any rockets that
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Neon-themed Vex networks. Fallen babies. And server issues. Today’s launch of Destiny 2 Season of the Splicer didn’t go as smoothly as planned when players faced a number of problems upon logging in—or trying to log in—to see what the new season had brought to the game. Bungie has taken the Destiny 2 servers offline
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The synopsis reads: “Three sisters trained by their Nazi-hunting mother must come together to help solve their mother’s murder…and try not to kill each other in the process.” In Erica Schultz’s latest series, The Deadliest Bouquet, Rose, Poppy, and Violet are three semi-estranged sisters trained in espionage and assassination by their mother, Jasmine. Now they
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Folks over at UploadVR claim to have heard from “reliable sources” that Sony‘s next-generation PlayStation VR will feature 4K along with a vibration motor and foveated rendering. “We don’t yet know the product’s name, but multiple sources tell us Sony shared details with partners,” wrote UploadVR. “Those details include a resolution of 4000×2040 pixels (2000×2040
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Author-illustrator Kerilynn Wilson has successfully auctioned her debut YA graphic novel The Faint of Heart with bids from five publishers. The successful publisher is Martha Mihalick at Greenwillow Books. The Faint of Heart tells quite an intriguing story with notes of Jeff Nicholson‘s Tales From The Habitrails, stating that it features someone “living in a world where humans
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Earlier this year, a group of hackers successfully managed to reverse-engineer the source code for Grand Theft Auto 3 and Vice City. For their efforts, the project was swiftly stamped out by a Take-Two DMCA takedown. But one developer didn’t just disagree with the publisher’s decision—they successfully fought back, bringing the fan-made code repository back
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