If you’re spending large stretches of your day switching between multiple windows, it’s time to consider making the jump to an ultra-wide monitor for more effective multi-tasking. Today, Dell is selling the 29-inch UltraSharp U2913WM 21:9 display for 35% off the sticker price.
After last week’s tense final scene where Dolores overcame her programming and was able to kill another host, last night’s episode gave us more of a slow burn. We learned more about why The Man in Black is looking for the maze, and we’re starting to see the consequences of “allowing” the hosts to keep their memories.
Microsoft managed to secure a year of exclusivity for Rise of the Tomb Raider when it launched in November last year. That annoyed Tomb Raider fans who had opted to buy a PS4 this generation, but it looks as though the exclusivity may actually backfire in the long term for Microsoft. That’s because a big problem with the Xbox One version of the game has been fixed on PS4.
Finally! The Nintendo Switch (formerly NX) has been revealed. Praise Miitomo. After over a year of speculation, we now have a clearer idea of what Nintendo’s next machine will be. So from now until March 2017, all of our guesses won’t be quite as baseless. Our takes, however, will be just as hot.
I keep hearing that the PS Vita is a dead platform, but I don’t agree. The space given over to the Vita and its games on store shelves may be tiny, but the library of games continues to grow on the PlayStation Network. If you love RPGs, then you owe it to yourself to pick up a Vita. In Japan, the handheld continues to thrive, with proof of that coming in the form of seven new PS Vita models being launched for just one game.
Rayman has endured as a video game character for over 20 years, first appearing on the Atari Jaguar way back in 1995. But what you may not know is that the original Rayman game was meant to be a SNES title including a two-player mode. However, Ubisoft decided the game should be released on CD-ROM, so when the SNES CD-ROM add-on got canceled, so did Rayman for SNES.