Month: November 2017
NioH: Complete Edition recently released on PC finally bringing the samurai action that console players have had for a couple of months to master race. While the game has only been out for 2 days now, the port already has an update fixing a couple bugs. Here’s what update 1.21.01 changes:
Take-Two, the publisher behind hit titles such as GTA V and the NBA 2K series is planning on including microtransactions in all future titles.
Former bitter enemies and now apparent best friends Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn are in hot water after a recent incident saw them unceremoniously sent home while the WWE is in the middle of a European tour.
The shift back to a World War II setting seems to be paying off for Call of Duty.
It’s not what you play, it’s how you play. Scuf Gaming’s latest limited edition bundle fully embodies that ethos, giving you the competitive edge you need in tense gaming moments with unique, patented paddle Scuf controls. The Scuf B.O.T.S (Boots On The Ground) pack is an assortment of collectors items, plus the star of the show—a fully equipped Scuf controller.
Cybercriminals, including state-sponsored hackers, have started actively exploiting a newly discovered Microsoft Office vulnerability that Microsoft does not consider as a security issue and has already denied to patch it.
Nothing is free in this world.
If you are searching for free hacking tools on the Internet, then beware—most freely available tools, claiming to be the swiss army knife for hackers, are nothing but a scam.
Telecommunications company Huawei has made its latest flagship mobile, the Huawei Mate 10, available to pre-order through Vodafone for Australian customers.