Day: May 22, 2020

Looks like that Call of Duty: Warzone RPG nerf turned out to be a buff
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Looks like that Call of Duty: Warzone RPG nerf turned out to be a buff

Earlier this week, Call of Duty: Warzone got a new update that, according to the patch notes, slapped the battle royale game’s rocket launcher (RPG) with a pretty significant nerf. Given the weapon’s lethal prowess in the fray, this was welcome news to many in the Warzone community. However, it looks like the RPG might not have been nerfed overall – it might even have received a bit of a buff recently. read more

Microsoft’s Solitaire anniversary merch sucks, here’s the shirts they should make
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Microsoft’s Solitaire anniversary merch sucks, here’s the shirts they should make

Today is the 30th birthday of perhaps the most iconic PC game of all time, Microsoft Solitaire. On this day in 1990, Microsoft launched Windows 3.0, which came with the card game that would grow to be despised by officer managers and IT teachers alike. Microsoft claim that even now, there are “more than 100 million hands played daily around the globe.” So if they’re so proud of it, why is their 30th anniversary merch such ghastly garbage? They’ve missed a huge opportunity to use one of the most striking images in PC gaming history. read more

rpcs3 Git (2020/05/22)
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rpcs3 Git (2020/05/22)

rpcs3 Git (2020/05/22) is compiled. RPCS3 is an open-source Sony PlayStation 3 emulator and debugger written in C++ for Windows and Linux. The emulator has been in development since early 2011 and currently supports modern DirectX 12, Vulkan and OpenGL renderers. The emulator is capable of booting and playing a decent amount of commercial games and PlayStation 3 SDK samples. Many more titles are also becoming playable with future development by contributors.…More read more

yuzu Git (2020/05/22)
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yuzu Git (2020/05/22)

yuzu Git (2020/05/22) is complied. yuzu is a work-in-progress Nintendo Switch emulator. yuzu is an open-source project, licensed under the GPLv2 (or any later version). yuzu has been designed with portability in mind, with builds available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. The project was started in spring of 2017 by bunnei, one of the original authors of the popular Citra 3DS emulator, to experiment with and research the Nintendo Switch. Due to the similarities between Switch and 3DS, yuzu was developed as a fork of Citra. This means that it uses the same project architecture, and both emulators benefit from sharead improvements. During the early months of development, work was done in private, and progress was slow. However, as Switch reverse-engineering and homebrew development became popular, work on yuzu began to take off as well.…More read more