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Is the Fly Drive the perfect companion for all DJI owners? Read on!
Is the Fly Drive the perfect companion for all DJI owners? Read on!
In December, Rime developer promised that some of the main problems that the Nintendo Switch port faced were going to be fixed, Rime has now had its Nintendo Switch port updated.
Developer Grey Box has come through with their promise they made back in December 2017, the developer said that they would be fixing the problems that the Nintendo Switch port of Rime faced. A video has been released by Direct-Feed Games showing the original game before the patch and the game after the patch was received.
Clearly from the video you can see that there has been major improvements in the terms of visual fidelity, color, contrasting, shadows and of course frame-rate.
Codemasters have taken to their Onrush Twitter page to say that "there's a stampede coming" for players, which could be in reference to the new trailer that was also just released.
Racing games are not necessarily my cup of tea but that doesn't mean I won't be recognizing a potential rivalry between releases. Burnout Paradise remaster is heading to gamers on March 16th this year, and now we have more recent news that Onrush a Codemasters creation will be debuting on June 5th.
It could be assumed that Burnout might be taking the cake on this one but don't discourage Onrush just as of yet. Onrush might just slot itself very well into the arcade racer genre, the game appears to feature a "Rush" meter which would suggest that once tricks are performed the meter grows granting boost or other perks. It might not be Grand Turismo racing or even Forza, but if you are a gamer that wants to smash into your opponents on the road and be rewarded for it Onrush might just be for you.
Awhile back I reported on a exclusive title coming to the Nintendo Switch called Caste of Heart, now the game has an official release date and to accompany the date a new trailer has also been released.
Caste of Heart is a action platformer that players will find challenging and quite unique. Players will be taking control of a knight that has been transformed into stone by an evil sorcerer, destined to prevail against all the odds players must use love to conquer the magic spell that has cursed the character.
Your 'rock solid' Knight will be required to beat all 20 levels that begin in a village and finish at the sorcerers castle. Players should note that there are 4 different biomes with their respective unique enemies, each require different gameplay mechanics to beat.
The sci-fi space adventure, The Station releases today and to go accompany the launch of the game a new trailer has also been released.
The Station is a sci-fi tale about a group of researchers that have broke down in space after spending some time researching a recently discovered alien race. Players are required to investigate what happened to the crew alone and to complete the mission the ships system cores need to be restored.
The title has been developed by former Radical Entertainment Studio Head Dave Fracchia, Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning designer Les Nelkin and League of Legends composer Duncan Watt. The Station will launch on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on the 20th of February.
A collaboration between Rocket League developer Psyonix, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment have produced a brand new DLC pack, make way for the Batmobile!
This collaboration has created a great selection of DC comic themed skins that are soon to debut to Rocket League. An example of a skin is the Tumbler from Christoper Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises and also the Batmobile from the classic Tim Burton Batman from 1989.
For those that aren't all caught up on the new Batman skins don't be dis-hearted as of yet, there is more DC themed items to go around. Some examples include decals, wheels and player banners. For more information regarding what else is released in this DLC pack visit the official Rocket League website.
Sledgehammer Games founders Michael Condrey and Glen Schofield have resigned from their positions as founders of the studio, now they have decided to move onto pursue new roles within Activision.
In a statement from Activision, it was explained that both Condrey and Schofield leaving the Call of Duty studio resulted in a new role for Aaron Halon, a founding member of Sledgehammer Games. Halon is now the team leader and with his 20 years of industry experience Activision believe that the future of Sledgehammer Games is in good hands.
Here is the statement from Activision: "Following the incredible success of Call of Duty: WWII, Glen Schofield and Michael Condrey have decided to transition from their duties at Sledgehammer Games to new executive duties inside Activision. We thank Glen and Michael for their tremendous body of work on Call of Duty and look forward to continuing to collaborate with them in their new roles.
EA has confirmed they're working on Burnout Paradise Remastered, which will be released on both consoles and the PC and will include nearly all of the DLC from Burnout Paradise.
Burnout Paradise Remastered will be running at up to 4K on the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, with EA warning in the trailer for the remastered arcade driving game that "native 4K resolution not available on all platforms", because consoles, I guess. EA has said that the game will run "natively" at 1080p on the PS4 and Xbox One, all at 60FPS. EA has said that Burnout Paradise Remastered won't include the Time Savers Pack, an add-on that unlocked every vehicle in the game.
As for the game itself, it will hit consoles first in digital and retail form on March 16 while PC gamers will have to wait a little while longer, as it'll launch on EA's digital service, Origin. EA hasn't confirmed whether or not Burnout Paradise Remastered will be released on the Nintendo Switch, but EA Access subscribers will get access to it early on March 9, something that is good for 10 hours of play time.
It seems that cryptocurrency jacking is the new thing, with Tesla Motors now hit not just once but twice - the first of which with cryptojacking, and then an exposure to data theft.
The electric car maker was hit by hackers recently, something security researchers at cloud security firm RedLock revealed. RedLock said that the unprotected Kubernetes console that Tesla owns saw hackers getting into their systems, and mining cryptocurrency.
Kubernetes is something Google designed, and is used to deploy and manage containerized apps in the enterprise market. Tesla was vulnerable to the hit, as the console was unsecured in their AWS (Amazon Web Services) environment. Varun Badhwar, CEO and co-founder of RedLock said: "We weren't the first to get to it. Clearly, someone else had launched instances that were already mining cryptocurrency in this particular Tesla environment".
Thanks to Tesla not being totally secure, hackers broke into their systems and mined cryptocurrency, but making sure that their CPU usage wasn't at 100% in order to alert system administrators. RedLock explained: "the hackers had most likely configured the mining software to keep the [CPU] usage low to evade detection".
One of the biggest games on the market right now is Epic Games' free-to-play hit Fortnite, and one of the most beloved franchises might not have struck all of the chords in gamers' hearts, but Diablo 3 is still massive.
Now we have rumors floating around that Fortnite and Diablo 3 will be released on the Nintendo Switch, which would be huge. The insider said: "Diablo 3 is in development for the Nintendo Switch and should be out early 2019. They are wanting to implement Local play with multiple switches".
The insider in question is Marcus Sellars, who also tweeted that Fortnite is headed to the Nintendo Switch sometime in August or September. Sellars added: "Wouldn't say fact as it's not confirmed by the developer but yeah it's happening".
Epic Games Worldwide Creative Director Donald Mustard said last month that he wanted to see Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch, so maybe we are going to see it very soon. It only makes sense to have one of Epic Games' most successful games on one of Nintendo's most successful consoles of all time.
Samsung has just announced its next generation SSD, something it's calling the PM1643, and it has propelled the South Korean giant to new storage records with up to 30TB on tap.
Samsung's new PM1643 boasts a huge 30.72TB of SSD storage, with the company pushing the new SSD for next-generation storage systems for the government, health and education markets, and others. The new 30TB SSD has enough space to hold thousands of movies and countless files.
The new 30TB SSD is twice the capacity of Samsung's current 15.36TB SSD that it unveiled in 2016 which boasted speeds of 2100MB/sec for reads and 1700MB/sec writes. Samsung combined layers of flash memory into "super-sense" 1TB packages in order to double the SSD storage beast to 30TB.
Samsung started manufacturing the new 30TB SSD last month, with plans to unveil a larger family of drives with lower capacities later this year, with no pricing revealed just yet.