Monthly Archives: November 2017

Luke Was Almost Blind In The Last Jedi, Says Director Rian Johnson

In an interview with Rolling Stone, The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson pontificated on an idea he had to make Luke blind in the third trilogy. “Did I ever tell you that early on when I was trying to figure out

New Star Wars: Battlefront II Patch Adds More Reinforcements To Galactic Assault, Stops Boba Fett Exploits

EA and DICE have just released notes for Patch 1.03, which they say covers issues they found as they wrapped up development on the game. To begin with, each phase of Galactic Assault now includes more reinforcements, a big change

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review – Depth And Sacrifice

Role-playing games can be intimidating, with complicated systems and massive worlds that unfold over dozens of hours. Some developers attempt to overcome that entry barrier by simplifying the genre’s core components to create a more accessible game. Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Tech Round Up – 30-11-2017

Tech Round Up: 16-11-2017 to 30-11-2017 Source: Vortex Hardware News

The Perilous World Of Fan Game Development

Like many fan games, the development of Super Mario 64 Online started with mutual love for a franchise. Kaze Emanuar, a prominent ROM hacker based in Argentina, was approached by the streamer and fan-game developer known as MellonSpeedruns, who prefers

My Hero Academia: One's Justice Announced For Switch, PS4

Bandai Namco has announced a My Hero Academia game for PlayStation 4 and Switch, teased earlier this week with the image of an egg in a microwave. The announcement came from Weekly Jump, the manga magazine that publishes My Hero

Pinball FX3 Coming To Switch On December 12

Zen Studios has announced that Pinball FX3, the premiere virtual pinball game, is coming to Switch on December 12. The Switch version of Pinball FX3 boasts a single-joycon mode where the Switch can be held vertically, like a pinball table

Outpost Games Announces SOS Beta For PC

Outpost Games, a technology and development company that is behind the Hero streaming feature, has announced that their multiplayer survival game is going into closed beta on December 11 – 17. Hero, which Outpost Games has designed to let streamers

What Remains Of Edith Finch Receives Physical Edition, Vinyl Soundtrack Via Iam8bit

Giant Sparrow’s strange fiction indie title What Remains of Edith Finch will receive a limited physical release and vinyl soundtrack, courtesy of iam8bit. In a tweet, the limited run retailer revealed a physical version of the story driven indie title

New Toshiba XG5-P Series Offers Higher Performance and Capacity

Toshiba launches its newest line of premium Client NVMe SSDs – the XG5-P Series. It offers blistering speeds of up to 3000MB/s sequential read and 2200MB/s sequential write and maximum capacity of up to 2TB. Source: Vortex Hardware News