Former Marvel editor Christian Cooper became a familiar name on social media and cable news networks a few months ago when he was harassed by a woman while birdwatching in Central Park, and now he's turning his experiences into the free lead story for a new DC anthology titled Represent! … [Read more...] about DC tells stories of “personal experiences, unheard voices, and social revolution” in Represent!
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Why you should play FF14Final Fantasy 14's story remains the best reason to play. Much as in a good single-player RPG, much of the narrative unfolds in cinematic cutscenes, and its mature themes touch on everything from loss to redemption. Square Enix does a good job of making the members of the large cast come off as real people, and some of the main characters have undergone believable changes over the years. It's only gotten better since launch. The music is also consistently amazing, and, well, all the characters are just frickin' beautiful. … [Read more...] about A beginner’s guide to Final Fantasy 14
Creating Getting It Together was the easy part, but finding the right home for it was not. But, we know we found the perfect home for the book with Image Comics, and I couldn't have found a better group to tell this story of millennial F.R.I.E.N.D.S. than with a group of millennial friends. … [Read more...] about How the creators of Getting It Together got it together
It's worth noting that Klobrille's claim that 120 frames per second is for multiplayer as 343 Studios wrote in a recent blog post that 4K 60FPS is their aim for the campaign: "To clarify, up to 4k 60fps is our target for our expansive campaign experience on Xbox Series X. As PC players expect, there will be plenty of settings that you can tweak to create the experience you want and we’ll have even more details on that in the coming months." It's not that uncommon for a single player mode to have a different FPS rate to a multiplayer mode, so there's every chance that the 120 number could be hit for Arena. … [Read more...] about Halo Infinite free-to-play multiplayer confirmed by Microsoft
On an optimistic note, Squinky is using this time to explore their digital past, including nostalgic favorites like the LucasArts point and click adventures from the 1990s. "In a way, living my life more digitally feels a bit too easy, as though I'm cheating - as an autistic, trans, and racialized person, my relationship with the physical world has always been complicated," they said. "Now, there's this new layer of complication we all have to navigate, but in some ways, I feel better equipped to handle it than people who have maybe not, until this point, had to think quite as much about their relationship to the physical world." … [Read more...] about Alternate controllers in a world we can’t touch