Detective Pikachu hits theaters today, but the film was also featured in Thursday preview showings around the world. The film has already grossed around $15 million worldwide, and though it has stiff competition from the seemingly unstoppable Avengers: Endgame, it is still expected to have a decent box office haul this weekend. Those who are going to see the Detective Pikachu movie in theaters may be wondering if the film has an end credits scene like many other event movies tend to have in a post-MCU world. However, we can confirm that Detective Pikachu has no end credits scene, so moviegoers are free to leave the theater once the credits roll, though the end credits sequence itself is actually quite entertaining. While Detective Pikachu doesn’t have an end credits scene, that doesn’t mean that the film isn’t still laying the groundwork for a larger Pokemon cinematic universe. While a Pokemon cinematic universe hasn’t been confirmed, it … [Read more...] about Does Detective Pikachu Have An End Credits Scene?
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Apparently gameObject.transform.eulerAngles is accessing a copy, so changing it shouldn't do anything, and in fact using .Set doesn't work. But why does =new Vector3 (..) work? EDIT: Given the answers - I think I should update the question. What seems inconsistent to me, is the fact that "new Vector3" works as a setter the way I would want it to, but not using "new" and .Set doesn't. It doesn't seem very intuitive that "new" is understood as "ah, he's trying to set this property of a property" that way want - the choice of word doesn't seem very intuitive at least. I suppose it makes sense in the ".Set" case - you might want to intentionally use the .Set of the Vector3 returned. Essentially, it might be useful to interpret A.B.Set as (A.B).Set, as this is the "natural" way to interpret it, as opposed to some other "ordering" (which could symbolically be expressed as A.(SetB) or something like that). But in the other case - I don't know why omitting "new" doesn't work. It would seem … [Read more...] about Why does gameObject.transform.eulerAngles = new Vector3… work?
As a way of rewarding players for making progress in its games, Ubisoft has been generously giving everyone Club Points. These credits, marked with the gold U icon, are available to anyone willing to log into the service on their PS4/Xbox One – as well as obviously on PC – while playing Ubisoft games. Club Points could be used on a multitude of in-game items, boosts, or to get instant discounts on PC. Unfortunately, Ubisoft has announced that your balance won’t last forever. In an email to users (via Reddit user Duncan-Walpole), Ubisoft explained two key changes. First, points acquired from April 1, 2019 onwards will have a two-year life span. In other words, if you don’t make use of them two years after earning them, they’re gone forever. The other big news is that any balance you have acquired on or before March 31, 2017 will expire on March 31, 2019. To provide an avenue for players to spend their balance, Ubisoft said it’ll be making new rewards … [Read more...] about Your Ubisoft Uplay Points now have an expiry date
Oculus has released a fix to the Rift issue caused by an expired security certificate. Update: Oculus has released a new patch that takes care of the problem. If you did get this error earlier today, you will need to manually download and install this patch. The patch will ask to repair your Oculus software install, let it do its thing. It’ll then download an update and you’ll be back in business. If you didn’t run into the issue, or haven’t used your Rift in a while, your Rift software will automatically grab the patch and install it. For those affected, Oculus is offering $15 in store credit. The credit will show up in your account within the next seven days, but only if you used your Rift on or after February 1, 2018. Oculus has yet to announce this compensation through its social channels, but Rift owners received an email with these details. Be sure to hit the link above for a step-by-step guide on how to install the patch, in case you’re having … [Read more...] about Oculus Rift headsets everywhere are offline because of an expired security certificate [Update]
By Sherif Saed, Thursday, 8 March 2018 09:58 GMT Oculus Rift headsets have all stopped working earlier today as a result of an expired security certificate. Reports from Oculus Rift owners worldwide have been pouring in about their headsets not working. “Can’t Reach Oculus Runtime Service”, and “Failed to initialise with Oculus: Signature Invalid” are some of the error messages reported, and most are not able to launch games and apps through Oculus Home. The problem was later identified to be the result of an expired Oculus Runtime Service security certificate. “For security, we use a certificate to ensure that the software you receive actually comes from Oculus,” the company said. “That certificate has expired, and we’re looking at a few different ways to resolve the issue.” In a later update on Twitter, Oculus confirmed that it’s still working on resolving the issue, but it’s not going to be as simple as you … [Read more...] about Oculus Rift headsets everywhere are offline because of an expired security certificate