He thought he made it through this one. He really did.
A couple of weeks ago, Playdead removed Denuvo's anti-piracy tech from the Steam version of Inside. They did so in typical Playdead fashion, which is to say without using words to explain any of it. Now id Software's done the same with DOOM. Sadly, they didn't make the announcement with heavy metal.
SethBling is a master at making games do amazing things. He's managed to inject the code for Flappy Bird into Super Mario World and created a bot that learned how to play Mario. Now, he's built a working Atari 2600 emulator in Minecraft. And he's done it all without any mods.
Earlier this year CORSAIR refreshed their mechanical keyboards with the LUX RGB line, and I liked them so much that I ended up buying one for myself.
And I thought that'd be it for the year. They were the best keyboards I'd used in a good while. They were small, did everything I wanted, and didn't break the bank.
But then iKBC came along.
Remember Dale Brown, aka Hanjo, aka the guy who got the lowest possible rank in season one of Overwatch? Well, he's still around, and this time, he and a friend pulled off a world first.
On October 5th, the No Man's Sky subreddit temporarily shut down due to being what then moderator R0ugeW0lf called "a hate filled wastehole of no actual discussion." If you checked the community today, you see none of that.
Multiplayer arena game Paragon has been in a weird place since it debuted last year. Harnessing the full power of the Unreal Engine, it looked like an action game, but played like a slow and plodding MOBA. Today's Monolith update speeds things up a great deal.
Self care can seem like an unnecessary indulgence when you have a million things to accomplish. Who has time for a manicure when there's bills and deadlines? But it turns out being good to yourself, especially when you feel like you can't or don't deserve to, can make a huge difference in your outlook. Twine game Self-Love Hotel serves as a reminder to take care of yourself, as well as being an act of self care in itself.
When the Oculus Rift VR headset came out earlier this year, it was promising but incomplete. It had this nice, comfy set of virtual reality goggles… but that was all. This week, Oculus finally catches up.