E3’s Moderation Has Been Woeful

The last film I went to see in the pictures before the pandemic was Birds of Prey. During the movie, I stood up, threw my popcorn at the screen, stole the nachos off the person a few rows in front, shouted sexually explicit things about Margot Robbie, and screamed some racial epithets. Not really, but can you imagine if I […]

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These 3 amazing companies are looking to hire engineers right now

Elevate your enterprise data technology and strategy at Transform 2021. Every week, we bring you a list of some of the most exciting job openings in the U.S. (and beyond). Well, this week we’re shaking things up ever so slightly, and planting the focus on three companies that are actively hiring for a number of great engineering roles. We’ll tell […]

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The Sims 4 Cottage Living: Everything We Know So Far

After months of speculation, we now have confirmation that The Sims 4 is getting a DLC pack themed around farming, well sort of. The Sims 4 Cottage Living is the latest expansion to be announced and it’s due to be released on July 22, 2021. Its focus is the countryside, cottages, village life, and homegrown food. Since the release of […]

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Biomutant: Everything You Need To Know About Psi-Powers

The way Psi-Powers actually work in Biomutant can seem like a bit of a mystery. All you have to do is save some random captive or pray at one of the many Psi Shrines found in the game, and suddenly you can unlock the ability to summon lightning from your hands and freeze enemies around you. It’s cool, but also […]

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Game Builder Garage review – super everything maker

Nintendo’s new game creation tool is considerably more versatile than Super Mario Maker but are the end results worth the effort? There’s never been a time when it’s been easier to cross the line from gamer to game creator. A decade or two ago that would have meant taking up coding, but these days there are tools available on every […]

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Into The Darkness Scratches The Boneworks Itch On PC VR

Truth be told, I’d hoped we’d see more VR apps try to swipe Boneworks’ crown by now. After the dizzying three-hit combo it delivered alongside Alyx and Saints & Sinners a year ago, VR seemed ready to embrace a new wave of physics-driven action games. That hasn’t quite happened. At least not yet. Fortunately for Vietnam-based Cosmos Games, that makes […]

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Payitoff Releases Groundbreaking API Products to Help Companies Save Borrowers $10 Million

Elevate your enterprise data technology and strategy at Transform 2021. Anticipating the resumption of student loan payments in September, Payitoff is helping financial services applications eliminate their customers’ student loan problems. NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 16, 2021– Payitoff, a student debt infrastructure company based in NYC, today announced a host of new services that help fintechs, workplace providers and financial institutions […]

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GTA Online to shut down in December for Xbox 360 and PS3

Rockstar has announced it is to end support for the original versions of GTA Online this year, to make way for the current gen versions. Grand Theft Auto 5 was first released in 2013 and in the proceeding eight years it’s managed to sell over 145 million copies and, thanks to over $6 billion in sales, become the most successful […]

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E3 2021 Was A Bust

Over the last week, gamers got what they have come to expect at the beginning of the summer. A slew of big game announcements, thrilling trailers, and gameplay reveals set the stage for the coming year and showed an industry eager to stride into the future after the shared hardship of the last year in quarantine. For gamers, E3 has […]

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