If you'd like to see what jumping puzzles look like in Destiny 2, here's some footage of one. And the strike that goes with it, of course.
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If you pick up either of those versions you'll need to deal with the joys of emulation, specifically DosBOX. But if you'd like an alternative, one gamer has found a way to get the whole thing going - in Java.
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"How are you feeling?" I asked one Twitch streamer. "Nervous," she says. "Why, are you presenting?" I ask. "No, I just don't want the game to suck."
It was the most honest exchange I had all day at the Destiny 2 reveal in Los Angeles. An interaction based on the reality that the majority of people in this room derive their livelihoods from YouTube channels and Twitch streams that rely on this game to do well. If the reveal bombs, so do their prospects.
Crotchdot took out the honours on Friday, nailing Sabre Wulf as Mark's game of choice for ScribbleTaku. Nice work, mate.
But will they - or you - be able to guess today's game?
I am standing at the foot of an enormous mountain, barely clad. Rain lashes me, and in the distance there is lightning and thunder. I am shivering, but I know – at least I think I know – that atop this mountain shelter awaits. The promise of a warming meal and a warmer bed. Perhaps companionship. But first, this mountain. One step at a time. One aching, tired, lonely step at a time.
Smart home technology has found its way in many of today's households, meaning it's time to learn to code for this booming platform. With the Amazon Alexa Coding Bundle, you can capitalize on the success of Amazon's smart home tech by building your own voice-activated applications.
May hasn't been as hectic as the last couple of months when it comes to releases, but it's certainly not for lack of trying. This week is especially chockers: Rime is finally available, almost four years after it was announced, another Star Ocean game appears, the Wii U gets a new game, there's a platformer about a dog trying to save its owner, and Ultra Street Fighter 2 lands on the Switch.
But the one that will probably catch most people's eyes is the return of an underrated gem: the remaster of Vanquish hits PC this week, complete with an unlocked framerate and 4K support.
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That awesome-looking mod for GZDoom that combines the best parts of Aliens: The Ultimate Doom with Alien Trilogy? Creator Kontra Kommando has released a beta you can play right now.