Curiously, a US version has now surfaced online that makes mention of an "oil rig operation," which could hint at a new location on the map, or some kind of upcoming event. As with any teaser, everything is very vague, but it's exciting to try and work out what it all means in the build up to the new season. … [Read more...] about Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 teasers are appearing in the real-world with mysterious phone messages
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While Bruce Wayne the man exists on Earth-1, his heroic counterpart might just be the stuff of comic books. In 'The Man Who Saved Central City,' Cisco has the idea to use something he called "the Flash Signal" to shine into the sky and lure Atom Smasher out. The signal literally looks just like the familiar Bat Signal, only with The Flash's trademark lightning bolt instead of a bat. When asked where the idea came from, Cisco said he'd gotten it from a comic book, perhaps a hint that a Batman-like character is the stuff of fiction on Earth-1. … [Read more...] about 11 Times the Arrowverse Has Referenced Batman
Dreams is a highly anticipated game for the PlayStation 4 by Media Molecule because of its incredibly unique sandbox environment and seemingly unlimited creative inspiration. With the beta players creating their own amazing contributions to the game, one Dead Space fan in particular really took their love for the sci-fi shooter to the next level. … [Read more...] about ‘Dreams’ Player Recreated ‘Dead Space’ In Stunning Detail
DVI: Don’t bury me, I’m not dead yet DVI connectors are still found on most desktop video cards and still have value, although they are slipping into legacy status. While they are huge, clunky, require yesteryear screw twists to fasten, and generally don’t include audio signals, they do support the sweet-spot 144Hz, 1080p resolution that common HDMI 1.4 monitor connectors don’t, making them the best practical pick for many older gaming setups. They also support up to 2560x1600 at 60Hz, opening up 1440p which remains a useful productivity resolution. … [Read more...] about DisplayPort vs HDMI: which display cable should I use for my monitor?