Video game culture has more mysteries than you might think. From the 80’s to today, here are our favorite unsolved myths.
Day: April 25, 2018
I know that some of you, just like me have no space in your phone to download games form the play store. so I have gone ahead and downloaded it for us. All you have to do is download the zip, and extract it. after that the apk will be ready to install. I will keep this download updated. So when you see that there is a update available just come here and get it.
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You’ve read the books, seen the films, and felt the disappointment (or elation) from discovering your own Patronus, but fortunately, the Harry Potter well hasn’t dried up just yet. We learned last year that Jam City has been developing Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, a new mobile role-playing game that’s been officially endorsed by Warner Bros and J. K. Rowling herself.
Much like in film and television, reboots have become increasingly popular in the video game industry in recent years and given the nature of the gaming landscape, this trend makes a lot of sense. As a medium, video games have evolved at a much more rapid pace in the last few decades than film or television have over the same period, to the point where anyone making video games in the 1980s or even the 90s could have scarcely imagined how far technology would advance. This step up in graphical horsepower has resulted in a number of ambitious reboots over the series, as developers have taken retro series and transitioned them from 2D into 3D. However, this is only one type of video game reboot and really, any series installment that represents a “refresh” arguably earns the label.
In a major hit against international cybercriminals, the Dutch police have taken down the world’s biggest DDoS-for-hire service that helped cyber criminals launch over 4 million attacks and arrested its administrators.
Google has finally been rolling out its new massively redesigned Gmail for desktop and mobile to 1.4 billion of users worldwide, which might be the most significant single upgrade in Gmail’s history.