The Resident Evil franchise is iconic in itself as being one of the more influential survival horror series that got its start back in the original PlayStation days and is still going strong today. Over the years we’ve seen countless video game titles released from the franchise and today we’re finding out that a few select titles will soon find their way on the Nintendo Switch platform. If you’re looking to enjoy some of the more mainstream video games from the franchise on-the-go, you’ll soon have the chance in 2019.
Fortnite added a host of AI enemies to battle royale this week, and those zombies – sorry, ‘Cube Monsters’ – have been playing a significant role in the outcome of pre-Halloween matches. Perhaps too significant. Epic has heard those complaints, and the studio has cut back on the number of undead monsters you’ll see in the mid and late game.
Fortnite has been absent both Thanos and the Infinity Gauntlet for some time, but based on the latest datamines it seems they’ll both make a comeback sooner rather than later. The battle royale’s wildest LTM yet came to a close earlier this year as hype around Avengers: Infinity War wound down, but it looks like it’s not gone for good.
Opening this weekend, these two genre busters have been winning along the festival circuit. ARS T...
Star Trek: Bridge Crew wallpapers for 4K, 1080p HD and 720p HD resolutions and are best suited for Desktops, android phones, tablets, ps4 wallpapers, wide-screen displays, laptops, iPad and iPhone/iPod Touch.
Vikings: Wolves of Midgard wallpapers for 4K, 1080p HD and 720p HD resolutions and are best suited for Desktops, android phones, tablets, ps4 wallpapers, wide-screen displays, laptops, iPad and iPhone/iPod Touch.
AMD CEO, Lisa Su, is rightfully remaining positive about the company’s prospects in the face of a difficult week on the stock market, and even sees Pres. 45’s trade war with China as an “opportunity to gain [market] share.”
The United States Congress has ruled that it is now legal to circumvent Digital Rights Management (DRM) software in certain circumstances. In a new copyright ruling published today by the Librarian of Congress, customers will be allowed to work around DRM software under the “right to repair.”