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The game entered open beta on February 22, 2018, and was the first project to emerge from the strategic partnership between Wargaming, Sega, and Creative Assembly. ...
It's looking more and more like Harley's only hope is to branch out into new segments in search of a replacement for its withering customer base, and the 2020 Livewire represents the storied company's first big punch as it tries to fight its way into millennial relevancy. There are a few of key things we still don't know about this bike – namely power, torque, range, voltage and price. H-D
The next PlayStation and Xbox are confirmed to be in the works at Sony and Microsoft, but the more interesting upcoming consoles might just be those from 80s relics like Atari and Intellivision. The latter has now fleshed out its plans to get back in the game with the Amico, its new console that, we have to say, is a strange beast indeed... Continue Reading Meet Amico, Intellivision's stra
"We†™ve created this with the belief that while times and trends may change, there are always going to be players who want games with real challenge to them," says La-Mulana 2 director Takumi Naramura. ...
Columnist Katherine Cross examines the upcoming The Church in the Darkness, a game that confronts the complicated themes surrounding political extremism. ...
the hyper-realistic robot is able to answer a series of questions and simulate a variety of common emotional states. The post meet HAL, the robot child capable of bleeding, yawning and expressing pain appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
"There†™s a big problem in indie games where everybody is just trying to remake their favorite games," says YIIK dev Andrew Allanson in this look at modern indie JRPGs. "We try to fight against that." ...
at a surprisingly cost-effective $26,950, the venice speedster wants you to get out and drive. The post meet the single-seat, three-wheeled vanderhall venice speedster appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
For the better part of a century, antibiotics have been instrumental in our treatment of infections, but unfortunately their time may be coming to an end. To avoid a future where once-routine procedures become life-threatening again, new ways to fight bacteria need to be developed. A new study has now shown oxygen can be weaponized against antibiotic-resistant bacteria, by way of nanoparti
"[MS-DOS coding] is a lost art," says David Murray, developer of MS-DOS RTS Planet X3. "If I didn't have the help...I probably wouldn't have figured out how to do half the things I need to do." ...


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