Sony’s PrE3 shows have now shown offTetris Effect, Days Gone release date and a new trailer, Twin Mirror, and the adorable Ghost Giant and they aren’t done yet. Today is the last of the PrE3 announcements from Sony who promised earlier this week that we’d be hearing about “an eagerly anticipated game coming to PSVR.” That title was none other than Beat Saber that originally released for PC VR into Early Access on May 1st. After recapping all that we’ve already learned the panel showed a trailer for the popular Beat Saber. In this rhythm game, you need to use lightsabers in each hand to slash at various blocks coming towards you in time with the beat. Difficult is added when you become required to slash at blocks in a certain way to earn points, combos, and reach for the leaderboards. This is a game that has already exploded in popularity over the internet when it released for early access on Steam back in May with fans creating all … [Read more...] about Sony PrE3 Day 5 – Popular Rhythm Game Beat Saber Reconfirmed For PSVR
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AMD loves to provide PC users with a great $99 CPU, and with the Ryzen 3 2200G, it's delivered a genuine classic. Traditional wisdom suggests that when constructing a gaming PC, you need to purchase both CPU and GPU, but the Red Team's latest offering delivers an all-in-one package - a quad-core Ryzen CPU, paired with Radeon RX Vega graphics. You'll need to be realistic with quality settings and resolutions - you've got just over 1.1 teraflops of compute to play with - but this entry-level processor can indeed run most triple-A PC titles, and we had a lot of fun proving that. In addition to the keenly-priced 2200G, there's also an accompanying, more powerful, somewhat pricier Ryzen 5 2400G - and this brace of APUs are actually the first we can thoroughly recommend owing to their integration into AMD's all-encompassing AM4 platform. As good as they may have been for their time, previous generation APUs have required their own motherboards, limiting upgrade potential. However, if you … [Read more...] about Ryzen 3 2200G/ Ryzen 5 2400G review: triple-A gaming without a graphics card?
After more than 100 hours in Assassin’s Creed Origins, arriving in Ubisoft’s history-focused Discovery Tour is a strange experience. Everything looks the same but is somehow different. The sand still swirls around Bayek’s feet, hippos wallow in the murky waters on the banks of the Nile, and the golden tips of the pyramids twinkle invitingly across Giza, but this is a world of walking tours, not steering predator arrows into enemy heads. Like a cosplay trip to a local comic con, that hidden blade on your arm is for decorative purposes only. Everything is not permitted here. Ancient Egypt is still very much alive though. Bandits and Romans hurtle across the world on horseback and stand guard at encampments, but there’s no more waiting for them to pass below and tapping the button for an air assassination while hollering “just thought I’d drop in”. Death has been relegated to the corpses being systematically emptied into canopic jars as part … [Read more...] about 5 ways Assassin’s Creed Origins’ Discovery Tour makes learning fun
Remember Lair? The dragon-riding, action-adventure effort from the team over at Factor 5. Yep, the same Factor 5 that created the celebrated Star Wars: Rogue Squadron series. The game garnered a lot of attention pre-launch, mainly due to Factor 5's impressive track record and some eye-catching graphical touches. Unfortunately, that optimism soon dissipated once it actually hit shelves. The finished product was a mixed-bag filled with highs and lows, and the title's dependence on the PlayStation 3's shaky motion controls eventually proved to be a major misstep. But how did a title backed by Sony, and developed over three years to the tune of $25 million, wind up so disjointed? In an candid interview with Polygon, some of those who worked on the project have shared their side of the story. "You could write a book about [Lair]. ... It’s a story of really smart people who, because of circumstances, put something together that didn’t quite turn out as … [Read more...] about Factor 5 reflects on the dev decisions that doomed Lair
This Mystic Messenger article gives a walkthrough of V’s route, which is only available in Another Story, the new mode added in the September 2017 update. Our Mystic Messenger guide now includes a full V Route walkthrough ensuring you can achieve the Normal and Good Ends with the minimum of fuss. The V route kicks off on Day 5, so you’ll need to have followed our instructions on how to get on V’s route in Mystic Messenger’s Another Story mode. It could be considered spoiler material, so you may want to check out our V route Another Story chat times schedule and our page of V route Mystic Messenger tips instead. Still here? Good. Below you’ll find a run down of the endings available in Another Story and on V route, followed by details on the most efficient way to achieve them all. Then, after an image, you’ll hit the full V route walkthrough. Another Story V Route endings Another Story functions identically to the other modes in that you must … [Read more...] about Mystic Messenger V route walkthrough and endings – Day 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 (Another Story mode)