Day: May 20, 2019

Sony Opens Their Own Production Division For Video Game Film Adaptations
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Sony Opens Their Own Production Division For Video Game Film Adaptations

When it comes to video games being turned into film or television series, there’s not a great track record for success. That’s not due to production teams tapping into the video game medium for source material. Instead, these various film and television adaptations are met with plenty of criticism from fans of the original video game IP. However, that may soon change as Sony has revealed that they are opening up a new production team division dedicated to turning video game titles into television series or cinematic films. read more

The Epic Store stops you buying too many games too quickly – here’s why
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The Epic Store stops you buying too many games too quickly – here’s why

Despite hosting mega sales offering huge discounts, and scooping up lots of juicy store exclusives, the Epic Games Store has been blocking its users for buying too many games. It seems that some users keen to take advantage of Epic’s sale have got a little too greedy for goodies, at least as far the store may be concerned, and triggered a design quirk that cuts them off from buying any more. read more

Skyrim board game The Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms releases this Christmas
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Skyrim board game The Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms releases this Christmas

As if decimating draugr and bludgeoning bandits in high-definition PC glory wasn’t enough, you’ll soon get to deal out some Dovakiihn-style devastation in a tabletop game that brings some of the best aspects of The Elder Scrolls into an exciting and challenging new adventure. Modiphius Entertainment has announced a new narrative miniatures game based on the now-legendary RPG series. read more

Intel’s 10nm Tiger Lake makes dual-core, 1
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Intel’s 10nm Tiger Lake makes dual-core, 1.8GHz debut within SiSoft benchmark

An Intel Tiger Lake processor has been spotted in the wild lands of the SiSoft Sandra benchmarking database. Marking our first glance at this low-power architecture since it was first announced over at Intel’s recent investor meeting, Intel is promising Tiger Lake will bring “blistering graphics performance” thanks to the Intel Xe graphics engine at its heart. read more

Intel is “two to three years behind Samsung” in the race to 1nm silicon
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Intel is “two to three years behind Samsung” in the race to 1nm silicon

By 2021 Samsung expects to be a year ahead of foundry rivals TSMC, in terms of advanced process production, and two or three years ahead of technology rivals, Intel. When the Korean tech giant starts mass producing its 3nm gate-all-around lithography in two years time the competition will potentially be scrabbling around to catch up, with Samsung potentially mopping up the big chip-making contracts with its new design. read more