Last week Bluehole Studio’s smash-hit, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds launched for the very first time on console. Due to a publishing deal with Microsoft, PUBG’s first appearance was on the Xbox One. According to the game’s creator Brendan Greene, the Xbox One launch was a massive success, he took to Twitter to state that the game reached 1 million players on Xbox One after just two days.
When Payday 2 was originally announced for Nintendo’s hybrid console, the Switch, during Nintendo Direct earlier this year, we didn’t know much about it except that we could expect the title in 2018. Now we’ve received a solid release date, with the title launching both physically and digitally on February 27 in the Americas and February 23 in Europe.
The problem with playing too many video games—and don’t tell your doctor this—is you start to see them almost everywhere. It might sound ridiculous, but ask anyone who plays Candy Crush or Tetris and they can verify this claim. There’s actually a cognitive phenomenon named after Tetris which happens when you put so much attention into an activity it starts to consume your thoughts and pattern your dreams. In my case, I began imagining point and click puzzles whenever I came across fire hydrants after playing the excellent graphic adventure Samorost 3. But as you’ll see below, my story isn’t unique in the slightest. In no particular order, here are 10 places in the real world that will make you think of video games. Feel free to add your own in the comments.
One of the most common network security solutions is the branch firewall. Branch firewall appliances can pack into a single device a wide range of security capabilities including a stateful or next-generation firewall, anti-virus, URL filtering, and IDS/IPS.
WASHINGTON – Adult actress Mia Khalifa reportedly exposed FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai via Instagram with a screenshotted post of Ajit Pai sliding in her Twitter direct messages. Although Mia reportedly deleted the post in less than 5 minutes, it gained over 2,000 likes, 300 comments, and was screenshotted by many followers.
Security researchers have discovered and disclosed details of two unpatched critical vulnerabilities in a popular internet forum software—vBulletin—one of which could allow a remote attacker to execute malicious code on the latest version of vBulletin application server.
Kerbal Space Program: Enhanced Edition is finally coming to PS4 and Xbox One.
Vinyl LPs have made a ferocious comeback in 2017, salvaging a bit of the eighties inside every soundtrack that refused to become a CD or digital download. Naturally, Atlus’ hit JRPG title Persona 5 has followed suit. The Japanese developer has curated an eclectic ensemble of jazz and pop tunes in partnership with iam8bit, and whilst pre-orders have been open since May, the time for delivery has arrived at last.
Eidos-Montréal is one of the top developers in the gaming industry, and their recent update to their vision statement is definitely interesting.
Illfonic’s video game adaptation of the massive horror franchise, Friday the 13th: The Game, is getting a massive holiday update.