Daily Archives: April 15, 2017

Halo Fan Builds Awesome Master Chief Armor

Some have tried to stay as faithful to the original, while others have tried to make the real life armor replica more functional. The latest effort comes from Adam Coe, a Halo fan who has created an impressive armor set for only $300 so far. As the dedicated Halo fan puts it: ‘every galactic hero needs his theme music.’ For the passionate Halo fan, this means the entirety of the series’ soundtrack, but he’s particularly fond of the Halo 2 theme. It’s an incredible project, and it comes shortly a

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High-Seas Adventure Game, Oceanhorn, Gets Nintendo Switch Preview

But in creating the sequel to their critically acclaimed title of 2015, they laid the groundwork for porting the latter to Nintendo Switch. Furthermore, just like those releases, the Nintendo Switch version will run at 60FPS, handheld (720p) and docked (1080p). Oceanhorn’s debut on the Nintendo Switch is part of a developer trend to port many great games to the new console. Comment down below and let us know if you’re excited for Oceanhorn on Nintendo Switch. In the game you explore the islands

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Destiny Player Solos First Two Parts of King’s Fall Raid

Destiny‘s Age of Triumph is currently taking players through an up-to-date greatest hits of the game, and part of this is a somewhat formidable 390 Light difficulty run of the King’s Fall raid. According to Esoterickk, this solo run of the first two parts of the King’s Fall raid took about five hours to complete overall. The original King’s Fall raid proved to be the perfect place for Destiny players to test out self-imposed challenges the first time around. Indeed, it wasn’t long before gamers

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Terry Crews Teases ‘Major Surprise’ At E3 2017; Doomfist Coming to Overwatch?

Hollywood actor Terry Crews has long been dropping hints that he’ll be voicing the mysterious Doomfist in Overwatch, though Blizzard has yet to officially confirm anything. Thanks to a new video from the Hollywood star himself, what initially started out as a fandom wish may well become a reality come E3 2017. In a new 15-minute long Facebook Live video, Crews gave his fans an update on the progress of his latest PC build, some of his upcoming projects, as well as a quick tour of his awesome off

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Turkey votes in historic referendum on expanding Erdogan’s power

The outcome will also shape Turkey's strained relations with the European Union. Voting in the rest of the country begins at 8 a.m. and closes at 5 p.m. (1400 GMT). They said the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) militants carried out the attack in the Muradiye district of the southeast's Van province. Relations between Turkey and Europe hit a low during the referendum campaign when EU countries, including Germany and the Netherlands, barred Turkish ministers from holding rallies in support of the c

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Facebook is deleting a bunch of spam accounts in its effort to fight fake news

Facebook has found another way to try and curb the spread of fake news: Hunting down and deleting spam accounts that aren't actual humans. Earlier this week, Facebook said that it had deleted 30,000 fake accounts in France, which, as Reuters points out, was well timed: France's presidential election is in about 10 days. Then on Friday, Facebook posted again about its efforts to fight spam accounts, this time in the form of automated Facebook "Likes" and comments generated by bots. "This effort c

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TumbleSeed: Where Balance, and Patience, is Tested • The Save Spot

TumbleSeed: Where Balance, and Patience, is TestedIt usually takes games like Dark Souls, Bloodborne, or Nioh for me to give up the fight on any game. However it looks like TumbleSeed might be up there with these hyper hard games, if only because I don’t know if I can balance my way through each level. This version of the game, thanks to its development team, has taken the game one step further. The game is going to launch for the Mac, Nintendo Switch, Windows, and PlayStation 4 this upcoming Ma

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Cadillac has a secret weapon in its quest to beat Tesla at self-driving

Instead, Cadillac used vehicles equipped with high-powered LIDAR sensors to build a highly detailed map of the US highway system. But the inclusion of the LIDAR maps is what Cadillac thinks will set Super Cruise apart from its competitors. Cadillac has more control over how its customers use Super Cruise because of the mapping data. Super Cruise is restricted to only "divided, limited-access highways — highways with defined 'on-' and 'off-ramps,'" the company says. Caldwell said that Cadillac ha

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American Gods review: This may be Bryan Fuller at his finest

American Gods is a faithful adaptation; any changes the show makes are only to its advantage. “American Gods was the story he has always been meant to tell”Fuller skillfully uses American Gods’ central story to expand other unexplored stories in the canon. It’s very obvious from the opening shot that American Gods is the story he's meant to tell. Fuller does similar things with American Gods, using an almost cartoonish, exaggerated aesthetic to make the gore feel less exploitive. I went into Ame

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MLB The Show’s ‘ShowTime’ mode makes an uncommon rule relevant

There's an option within MLB The Show's gameplay menus to allow balks. was mid-anecdote during the play and MLB The Show's janky, last-gen commentary engine is incapable of interrupting itself to call out the violation. It all folds back into the level of realism that sports video games are asked to approximate. Each year video games seem to unearth something new from the ancient, perplexing rulebooks of their namesake sports. Roster File is Polygon’s column on the intersection of sports and vid

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