Here's a custom Xbox One controller inspired by the Breton Knights from Elder Scrolls Online.
Last spring, Dishonored 2 ripped me right out of my gaming funk. I tore through the game in two days, scouring every square inch of its wonderful setting, Karnaca. Dishonored 2's brilliant self-assurance is compelling; I couldn't stay away. Now, after the release of Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, I found myself craving a return to Dishonored 2.
If you've ever seen an original Famicom cartridge, you probably wondered what those little holes on the top edge were. Were they ventilation holes? Part of the manufacturing process? Something to put string in? Nintendo has reportedly explained their meaning, saying they're nothing more than a design element.
After playing The Sims 2 for months in 2004, Brian, more commonly known by his online handle Pinstar, realised that he'd exhausted most of the game. In order to keep things fresh, he created a challenge for himself. He'd play the game through ten generations, working his way up from rags to riches. These rules became known as The Legacy Challenge, a popular way to play The Sims. They made Brian famous in The Sims community, and they also led him to meet his wife, Christina.
Android is the world's most popular mobile platform — so naturally, Android developers are always in hot demand. Now, before you can jump into the market and land a high-paying gig making apps for Android phones, you'll need to learn Android Nougat, the latest platform release. Thankfully, the Complete Android N Developer Course can get you up to speed with help from a highly-rated coding guru.
In his Steam review of a game called Glitch Simulator 2018, user IAmPattyJack claimed that "anyone can make it in roughly 25 minutes." But as it turned out, he was wrong. It only took him 12 minutes and 18 seconds.
A huge flaw in Wi-Fi devices using WPA and WPA2 security encryption was exposed by Mathy Vanhoef, working out of KU Leuven, yesterday. Attackers can use this flaw to steal sensitive data – passwords, credit card numbers, emails – or inject malicious software into websites. If you’re using an Android device, an attack could be “exceptionally devastating”.
Here’s what you need to know.
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