After spending 2016 eating strange and horrible things, Snacktaku is kicking off the year on a high note. Let 21 January 2017 be forever known as the day Snacktaku ate Chocolate Strawberry Oreos, one of the best limited edition flavours in ages.
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I've often told people that about half of gamers are women, citing an Entertainment Software Association report that puts the number at 41 per cent. The invariable response: "But what games are they playing?"
So, Sony's sci-fi flick Passengers didn't exactly set the box office on fire, but at least it has some neat special effects. If you've seen the movie, you may have noticed something a bit different about the ship's touch-based user interfaces — rather than being pre-made clips, they were built in the game engine Unity and designed to actually work.
Hey, you like Alien: Isolation? Of course you do, it was the best game of 2014. How about Fallout 4?
Sure, it was also very good.
How would you like them both for $40?
Or Shovel Knight? Or Rainbow Six: Siege? Or Assassin's Creed: Syndicate?
Yeah, this is a very good deal situation.
Data is what makes the world go round, so it’s no wonder why we’re all so interested in keeping it safe and secure. As a result, the demand for cybersecurity experts has never been higher, and becoming one is easier than you think. Pick up the White Hat Hacker 2017 Bundle, and you can kickstart your foray into this high-paying field—all for a price you get to pick.
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A messy split between the two co-founders of the game studio Playdead left one partner departing with roughly $US7.2 ($10) million after being forced to exit, according to new details that emerged this week.
Jerzy Janowicz isn't the most famous tennis player on the circuit, but if you're a fan of tennis, or even just sport in general, there's a high chance you may have heard of him.
What you might not know — he's a massive Counter-Strike player.
And he has a propensity to rage quit in the most hilarious of ways.