Humble Bundle has just released a care package of games valued at $385 spread across 32 different titles for only $30.
Month: November 2017
Back in the days of PS2 you used to visit a store, purchase a game, slam it right into your console and get gaming. Then when PS3 came along, it was a little frustrating to purchase a game and wait for title to update before you hopped online, but nevertheless, you could still play the single-player while you waited – now it seems that there is almost no point to buying physical titles, L.A. Noire’s physical disk provides only 4GB of game data, while the rest needs to be downloaded from Xbox Live before the game can be played.
Star Wars Battlefront II’s progression system has (rightfully) come under fire for its reliance on a pay-to-win model, in which players can spend real money on in-game loot boxes in order to unlock upgrades that potentially offer a competitive advantage in the game’s multiplayer. Battlefront II’s publisher EA has been quick to point out that loot boxes can also be earned for free using in-game currency, though it takes a considerable amount of time to grind out credits to spend on these boxes. Just how much time are we talking? One dedicated number-cruncher did the calculations and the results are quite staggering.
As governments and enterprises migrate toward controller-based architectures, the role of a core network engineer are evolving and more important than ever.
Another day, another data breach. This time a fast-fashion retailer has fallen victim to payment card breach.
Surfing on sharkboards in the desert? Check. Having a punch-on with sickly coloured, tuba-playing apparitions? Double check. You’d be forgiven for thinking a game like Super Daryl Deluxe is something born from another dimension. Technically, it is.
You should be extra careful when opening files in MS Office.