A few days ago I fired up my Wii U and played through the recent port of Severed, an indie game released earlier this year from the folks behind Guacamelee. Contrary to popular opinion, I really enjoy my Wii U and play it more often than you’d expect. However, there’s no denying that soon the console will be dead. Sooner or later Nintendo will have to reveal the NX, you know, that machine coming out in five months.
In the third season of Star Wars: Rebels, the additions to existing Star Wars canon already makes it exciting, but the continuations of existing lore have also been pleasant surprises. Besides the core Ghost crew of Hera, Kanan, Ezra, Zeb, Sabine, and Chopper, characters and objects from this season of Rebels are picking up or closing off stories that began years ago.
If, like me, you have a back garden covered in grass, the last gadget you’d want to buy is one that makes it grow 6x faster. But that’s a gadget Sony has gone ahead and made, and there is a legitimate reason for it not only existing but being an extremely popular purchase.
Next week sees the release of the highly-anticipated Gears of War 4 on Xbox One and Windows PC. But as is increasingly becoming the case, it doesn’t matter which version of the game you opt to buy you’re going to have to spend some time downloading gigabytes of data. And no, buying a physical copy of the game does not save you from this frustrating task.
Ricardo Medina Jr., best known for playing the Red Ranger on Power Rangers Wild Force and Deker on Power Rangers Samurai, has pleaded not guilty to the murder of his roommate.
Bank and credit cards are present in everyone’s purse or wallet. They are the gatekeepers to our funds, offering access to ATMs, a way to quickly pay for goods over the counter or online, and an essential part of actually dealing with your bank. However, they are also the target of fraudsters who have many methods of stealing or copying their details and spending your cash for you.
Apple will continue to tell everyone who cares to listen how amazing the iPhone 7 is, but as the weeks tick by from its launch, the smartphone is looking less and less amazing. The latest disappointment? Battery life.