Many of us can still recollect the first game we played, or picking up a controller and thinking “Wow, I was born for this”. But have you ever spared a thought for the companies feeding your WoW addiction? Or how CD Projekt Red rose to fame? What about the genesis of the Unreal engine? Well sit back, grab a bowl of popcorn and relax as Andrew takes a trip down memory lane.
1979 Revolution: Black Friday is an interactive drama with rebellion in its blood. Directed by Navid Khonsari (Alan Wake, Resident Evil 7, GTA: Vice City) it drawns upon his personal experience growing up during the Iranian Uprising of 1979, moulding gameplay into a politically charged vessel of restless action and cinematic exploration.
Short on cash? Don’t sweat it, it’s payday in GTA Online. Rockstar Games is showing players the money this week in both Bunker Series and Occupy Modes. Your cash earnings and RP will be doubled until March 19, so get in quick.
Are you ready to swing your scythe at a flood of deathly foes? Summon your Diablo and Magicka XP for MetaMorph: Dungeon Creatures, a darkened hack and slash with a transformative twist. Developed by FireFly Studios, the team behind castle sim series Stronghold, this radical RPG lets you switch between characters — Rabbit, Ogre or Nymph — as you descend deeper into a soul-snatching dungeon.
A critical vulnerability has been discovered in Credential Security Support Provider protocol (CredSSP) that affects all versions of Windows to date and could allow remote attackers to exploit RDP and WinRM to steal data and run malicious code.
Security researchers have discovered 13 critical Spectre/Meltdown-like vulnerabilities throughout AMD’s Ryzen and EPYC lines of processors that could allow attackers to access sensitive data, install persistent malware inside the chip, and gain full access to the compromised systems.