In the wake of yesterday's news that Final Fantasy 15 will get patches to add cutscenes and fill in some plot holes, we started thinking: What if older Final Fantasy games got patches, too?
Hmmm. I wonder why that could be?
Kanye West is a mercurial man: Remember how many times he changed the title for the album that eventually became The Life of Pablo? Earlier this year, he claimed that his next album would be titled "Turbo Grafx 16". Judging from some recent Instagram posts, it's possible that Kanye wasn't joking about hitting some "super nerd vibes" with his follow-up.
Razer has built a "tournament-grade' controller for the PlayStation 4 — with supposedly better ergonomics than your common or garden DualShock, as well as a bunch of customisable settings and esports-friendly extras. And, y'know, it looks suspiciously like someone chucked an Xbox One controller and a PS4 controller into Photoshop and mucked around with the transparency.
Accusations of bad labour practices are upending the NBA 2K17 YouTube community this week. After freelance video editor Anthony (AKA "Prince Prodigy") alleged that popular 18-year-old gaming YouTuber LostNUnbound paid him a slim $US15 per video edit, other LostNUnbound contributors have come forward alleging they worked for similarly low rates, without proper credit, or for free.
TPG currently stands as the second largest internet service provider (ISP) in Australia and is a force to be reckoned with in the telecommunications industry. Its rapid growth is mainly attributed to strategic acquisitions it has made in recent years. One of those acquisitions was iiNet, an ISP that boasted high customer satisfaction rates and was well-respected in the telco community.
It has been over a year since TPG bought iiNet and the situation looks bleak for the ISP that was once the darling of the telco industry. Most recently, iiNet's Sydney office was closed down and most of the staff were made redundant. We spoke to one former iiNet employee to get the insider story on the aftermath of the TPG acquisition. We also spoke with iiNet to get its side of the story.
Last week, YouTube's biggest star swore that once he hit 50 million subscribers, he was going to delete his popular comedy channel. Today, Felix Kjellberg hit that fated number... and the channel is still up.
Say hello to the world’s smallest camera drone. Fitting in the palm of your hand, the SKEYE Nano 2 First-Person View Drone captures crisp HD video from the sky above.