Monthly Archives: November 2019
Dozens of protesters have gathered at the entrance of the Anaheim Convention Center to voice their support for Hong Kong democracy. The organizers announced a full day’s worth of events to draw attention to protests in Hong Kong during Blizzard Entertainment’s annual fan event.
Outside the Anaheim Convention Center, protesters are handing out pro-Hong Kong t-shirts and holding pro-democracy signs. A truck is towing around a large LED sign displaying slogans and messages.
Organizers began planning for protests at BlizzCon weeks in advance following the company’s decision to punish Hong Kong-based Hearthstone pro Ng Wai “Blitzchung” Chung for supporting the Hong Kong protests during an official Blizzard live stream. Blizzard punished Chung almost immediately, banning him from Hearthstone competition for a year and stripping him of his winnings.
2K has announced that a new patch is now live for WWE 2K20 that fixes some of the notorious problems that the game has been suffering from.
The patch notes claim that the update “addresses reported concerns regarding the following issues and we expect to roll out additional patches in the near future to address additional concerns”.
Issues fixed by the patch include characters “warping” and moving unnaturally around the arena, hair physics, clipping issues, interactions with objects such as tables and ladders, and referee actions. Problems with on screen button prompts, crashes and freezes, and hit detection and aiming are also fixed by the 1.02 update.
If you're a Rick and Morty fan, you can't help but love Jerry Smith. Someone has to, because the universe is rarely kind to this sad sack loser character. His father-in-law hates his guts. His wife is constantly on the verge of leaving him. His children either pity or despise him. Yet there's just something lovable about a guy who keeps absorbing everything the universe dishes out with a smile on his face.
Though if recent events are any indication, Rick and Morty: Season 4 may finally be Jerry's time to shine. We can exclusively debut an exclusive image from the Season 4 premiere, dubbed "Edge of ToMorty: Rick Die Rickpeat." Check it out below:
The Outer Worlds, unlike many games, does not feature any colourblind options in its settings menu. This is not an oversight, however; the game has been designed to be colourblind friendly by default.
Discussing The Outer Worlds on Twitter, Obsidian studio design director, Josh Sawyer, explained that the entire game has been designed to not rely on colour for information. Rather than important colours, the UI uses icons or other indicators to convey vital information.
PSA: The Outer Worlds does not have a colorblind mode because it was designed to be playable without color information. I.e., color information is redundant with other indicators. Tim Cain (one of the directors) has a form of colorblindness that approaches monochromacy.
SPOILERS AHEAD for Stranger Things Season 3
Stranger Things 4 is reportedly looking to cast four new roles for the upcoming season.
Sources recently confirmed to TVLine that series creators the Duffer Brothers are searching for four male actors to fulfill the recurring roles – three of which are said to be teenagers and one of which is apparently an adult character.
The outlet describes the three adolescent characters as a "metalhead," an "entitled jock," and a doppelgänger of "stoner" Jeff Spicoli from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, while the adult member of the group is said to possess characteristics that indicate he will factor into a storyline that takes place outside of Hawkins, Indiana.
Now that we know everything that's coming to HBO Max, many DC Comics fans have one question: What does this mean for DC Universe? The service launched last September on Batman Day and has since debuted multiple original series while also hosting thousands of comics and a small curated library of classic DC movies and TV shows. But ever since HBO Max was announced, fans have been wondering what will happen to the niche DC streamer since both fall under the auspices of parent company WarnerMedia. And a promotional video teasing that the DC Universe original series Doom Patrol would be joining the massive new Warner Bros. service for its sophomore season only raised more questions.
Ahead of its November 5 release, Rockstar has been slowly shedding more light on its PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2. Coming just about a year after the sequel's launch on PS4 and Xbox One, the PC version will bring with it new content on top of the familiar adventure fans may have played on consoles. But, even after some impressive 4K trailers, we have questions about the PC version of Red Dead 2 and, thankfully, Rockstar Games has answered our questions.
Speaking to IGN over email, Rockstar North Associate Technical Director Alex Hajadj answered some of IGN's most pressing questions about the PC version of Red Dead Redemption 2. Read on for our questions — and their answers — and be sure to check out the latest trailer for Red Dead 2 on PC in 4K below.
When Rockstar revealed that Red Dead Redemption 2 would be launching on PC this November, a year after its initial launch on consoles, we all wondered if the update between versions would be as massive an overhaul as it was when GTA 5 made the platform leap in 2015. The answer is, perhaps unsurprisingly, no - but that doesn’t mean that this is the exact same version that we experienced on PS4 and Xbox One last year.
I recently got a chance to spend an hour or so with Arthur and Dutch and the rest of the Van der Linde gang’s first PC outing. While I may not have been as flabbergasted as I was when we originally saw Red Dead 2 for the very first time, it was nonetheless impressive to see how the PC update has made some subtle - but very important - tweaks to the already-gorgeous world of New Hanover, Lemoyne and the rest of the West.
Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC features 4K resolution, HDR, and plenty of visual enhancements, and we have 17 new images that show off how Rockstar Games has improved upon its title that was originally released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2018.
In addition to the graphical and visual improvements, Red Dead Redemption 2 for PC also includes multi-monitor support, widescreen support, and faster framerates.
That's not all, however, as there will be three new Bounty Hunter Missions, two new Gang Hideouts, two new Treasure Maps, four new weapons, seven new horses, and a new mission called "To The Ends of the Earth."
This has been a busy fall for Wizards of the Coast’s D&D team. Having just released a new campaign in September’s Baldur’s Gate: Descent Into Avernus and preparing to publish another alongside a new setting expansion in Eberron: Rising From the Last War, the team is also getting ready to launch an adventure and starter set based on the hit TV show (and crossover comic series) Dungeons & Dragons vs Rick and Morty.