Tagged ‘Eyecare Technology’, the ASUS VG278Q is sure to attract attention. It sports ergonomic design and extra gaming experience customization features. I quietly obeyed to the Voices, and went to my lab to take it apart and see what it has in store.
The new car, which will be made available for you when you purchase the Rocket Pass, is called the Mudcat. This is the latest rally-inspired Battle-Car, which features an Octane hitbox. Basically, it is safe to assume a lot of it will be seen, as the Octane hitbox is currently the most popular one in the game. Very much like the previous Rocket Passes, you’ll get the Mudcat as soon as you pay for that Rocket Pass Premium.
Developer and creator Derek Yu of Mossmouth has announced a delay in the release of the much-awaited Spelunky 2. He took it to Twitter and said that he “don’t think we’re going to release Spelunky 2 this year”. In his words the “density and detail of the game is demanding more time.”
Fans of the massively successful battle royale shooter Fortnite are in for a treat with the newest LTM (Limited Time Mode). Called the Junkyard Juke, it looks loads of fun, and it’s coming straight from the Fortnite Creative World Cup.
Wireless mice still bear this stigma of failing when it really matters. Certain factors, such as the battery dying in the heat of the battle, and wireless interferences, are scary for gamers. Razer, however, has invested considerable efforts in assuring players that this is something possible to prevent.
The anticipated game is about cats, dogs, journalism, and murder in a small English town. The brainchild of Deadly Premonition creator Swery, it was successfully funded thru Kickstarter last year, guaranteeing “a Daily Life Simulator x SWERISM”. Originally scheduled for a Q4 2019 release, Swery has delivered the message thru Kickstarter to announce that it will be delayed until spring 2020.
The Brisbane, Queensland-based studio which is known for the Hand of Fate series, Defiant Development, has stated on Facebook that it is “ceasing development” of new titles and shifting to “caretaker mode to support our existing products.”
Now with the arrival of the Stealth 600, a wireless headset with versions for the PS4 and Xbox One (both versions are compatible with PC), Turtle Beach seeks to determine whether it still got what it takes.