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26 Jun 19
Toygle

The bouts will probably take longer than a stroke Based on the popular anime TV show, the video game is called One Punch Man: a hero nobody knows. The developer of the game is Spike Chunsoft, the studio responsible for other fighting games like Jump Force and One Piece: Burning Blood. Currently, the company only […]

26 Jun 19
Scrapper@heart

  Hi, Hope you are having a creative week! I managed to squeeze a bit of time in my studio yesterday and created two cards to share. Have you ever purchased a stamp set and every time you try to love it….you just can’t?  That is how I feel about the older set I have […]

26 Jun 19
Toygle

Entertainment Earth has sent us her newsletter for this week. One of the big highlights is that SIEGE Leader Class Optimus Prime is in stock now! You can see the latest ads in the right column and read this week's newsletter below. Entertainment Earth Sponsor News: New Transformers and Marvel Legends!Thursday, May 30, 2019 Available […]

26 Jun 19
Amelia Thompson

Every web design is a combination of hundreds of little decisions. Web designers make recommendations and judgment calls, thinking about the client, their visitors and a dozen other things. These decisions affect search rankings, load time, conversion rates and yes, Analytics. Are goals and conversions easy to track? Is content performance easy to measure? Does […]

26 Jun 19
Shawns Vocal Journey

Recording Vocal performances that stone are the objective of any manufacturer. Whether you’re creating yourself in your house studio, or being made by a specialist at a commercial recording center, the assignment is still the same. First thing that you Want to know about recording vocals is There are essentially two variables which matter when […]

26 Jun 19
Local Spins

With Electric Forest opening to early campers today, Local Spins asked two Michigan performers at the festival and an electronic music guru to pick this weekend’s must-see acts. Check out their selections and listen to a Spotify playlist of their picks.

26 Jun 19
Honest Amp Sim Reviews

Waclaw “Vogg” Kieltyka is a Polish guitarist known best for his long standing work with his band; Decapitated as their guitarist and primary songwriter. #1 – Years back, you opted to continue on without a 2nd guitarist for live sessions, with so many different rhythm and lead parts on the albums, is it a challenge […]

26 Jun 19
Chloe Taylor Research

I have always found it hard to choose of a place that I thought voiced me as a musician the most. Moving country and home a few times always made it more difficult to point the finger on it, therefore, I am going to use something a little different as an example, a CD. For three […]

26 Jun 19
New York Stage Review

Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer-winner thrives in this Donmar Warehouse production, while Stephen Mallatratt’s 1989 thriller runs on and on

26 Jun 19
Hyperallergic

While lacking much critical edge, Ono’s participatory contribution to the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s River to River Festival pushes visitors to discuss the historic contributions of immigrants in the U.S.

26 Jun 19
MMA Junkie

“Stitch” was up close for one of the most anticipated fights of the year and shared his experience on MMA Junkie Radio.

26 Jun 19

This mock up is based on current information I have found available online surrounding the Behringer RD-8 (not yet released). The iconic TR-808 has seen a plethora of clones over the years, both hardware and software, and Behringer is the latest to showcase their version, taking a few steps beyond what we usually expect from […]

26 Jun 19
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26 Jun 19
Rock Out Stand Out

When you become a part of the metal community, you quickly learn that Finland are one of the best breeding grounds for metal legends. NIGHTWISH, TURISAS, ENSIFERUM and AMORPHIS are part of this hall of fame. Judging from the utmost strength their upcoming record possesses, BLOODRED HOURGLASS could easily join this list. Their fourth studio […]

26 Jun 19
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26 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
HARRY POTTER: Wizards Unite has been out in the UK and US four five days, and fans have been expressing their anger and disappointment at the new game ever since. It’s an ‘alternative reality’ game from Niantic, the people behind the smash hit Pokémon Go, but the magic-themed title’s first few days have failed to even come close to the heights of the monster-hunting game. The game promises players the ability to step into and save the Wizarding World from exposure In its first four days it has only made £870,000, compared to the £22million trousered from Pokémon’s opening 96 hours according to mobile data firm Sensor Tower. That is despite a two-year teaser campaign, significantly higher development budget, and a the game being much more fully featured at launch. It launched in the UK and US last Thursday before launching in over 100 more countries at the weekend, from Kyrgyzstan to St Kitts & Nevis. The problem seems to come from the way it attempts to “money grab” from players, at least according to the slew of complaints about the game. While the game is free to download, and it is possible to play without paying, the game does offer many ways for players to spend to make their lives easier. These charges are “driving us away from this game” according to one player called Nashud, posting to the game’s forum on Reddit and liked by hundreds of others. In the replies, another user labels the game “a disgusting cash grab”, with others describing it as “much more aggressively monetized” than Pokémon Go. A star-studded launch at the Harry Potter experience in Universal Studios Hollywood was not enough to get the cash flowing The main complaints centre around limits on in-game storage for all sorts of things, including ingredients for spells and the ‘energy’ players need to use as they cast spells. Energy has been compared to the Pokéballs in Pokémon Go which players use to catch individual monsters, and can both pay for with cash and obtain through visiting real-world locations, called Inns, in the game. Different inns reward players with different items to refill your energy, ranging from Bertie Bott’s Beans and Afternoon Tea (both of which reward 3 energy) to a Turkey Dinner (which gives 10). In Pokémon Go you have space for 300 items, and only need to use one ball to catch one monster – in Wizards Unite the most energy you can have at one time is 75 and can use 5 at a time to obtain on in-game item. Unlike Pokémon Go’s balls, you also need to use energy in other encounters too – with players being forced to give up part way through if they don’t cough up having run out of energy, losing any rare or expensive in-game items they had used up until that point. [boxout headline=”What is Harry Potter: Wizards Unite?” intro=”Harry Potter: Wizards Unite lets you play as an actual witch or wizard and as with Pokémon Go, sets up the real world as your game board.”] The new ‘augmented reality’ game is going to be available from Google Play store for Android phones and the App Store for Apple fans. It’s free to play, but there are many things in-game you can spend actual money on. There are different sorts of encounters scattered over the map, and you’ll have to visit the locations in real life to interact with them. As an actual witch or wizard you’ve got three professions to choose from: Auror, Magizoologist and Professor. Different professions have different skills, and you’ll learn more skills as you play. Unlike Pokémon Go everyone is on the same side; as you’re a grown-up now you don’t get dumped into a school house. Everyone in the game is part of the Statute of Secrecy Task Force, trying to rein the magical world back in after the “Calamity”. The game features lots of stuff for you to do on your own, such as catching magical creatures, finding magical items, or defeating Death Eaters. Once you’ve reached the location you’ll need to bring whatever you’re hunting up on your phone screen, where you can then swipe to cast appropriate spells. There are also more mundane things to do – you’ll have to visit greenhouses to stock up on materials for your spells, and taverns to top up your spell-casting energy through the medium of cake. Storage limits for both energy and materials start off very low, but players can pay real money to upgrade the space they have. The story in the game is totally new, and the first part will play out over several years. Familiar faces from the books and movies will pop up in-game as the story progresses, along with entirely new characters. [/boxout] “The micro-transaction fuelled grind has killed this game,” said another poster in the same thread. On Twitter, on user going by Jon Peck described this as a “robbery”. The game’s launch trailer showed off the sort of gameplay you can expect “The biggest punch in the face is the different collectables having different storage maximums and each requiring different (expensive) upgrades,” he said. Others have attributed the failure to the limited range of phones, with only Android mobiles with at least 2GB of RAM, gyroscope and compass sensors being able to run the game. Even then, Niantic admits that “a small number of devices” that meet even this criteria still don’t work. Pokémon Go, by contrast, runs on almost any device with Android installed. [boxout headline=”Virtual Reality v.s. Augmented Reality – what’s the difference?” intro=”Here’s what you need to know…”] Virtual reality involves using a headset to simulate a virtual world In a VR world, everything you see will be computer-generated Popular VR headsets include the HTC Vive and Facebook’s Oculus Rift Augmented reality lets you see the real world, but “augments” (or adds on) computer-generated elements This means you’ll be able to see computer images overlaid onto your real-world view This can be done by holding up your phone, and looking ‘through’ it using your phone camera to see directions overlayed on the road in front of you You can also use AR headsets like Microsoft’s HoloLens and the Google Glass spectacles [/boxout] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN GAMING” posts_category=”6340″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Last week it was revealed that Niantic filed a lawsuit to try and stop hackers ‘ruining’ Wizards Unite with a cracked version of the app. Meanwhile, Sims fans have a new expansion to get their teeth into – and Island Living brings a new island, Mermaids and the game’s first-ever pre-made trans sim. And those looking for something slightly deeper should look forward to Sea of Solitude – a new game that as well as being gorgeous and fun might help combat loneliness, beat the stigma of mental illness, and remind players that it is OK to not be OK.   [bc_video video_id=”6049892268001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is finally here, from the makers of Pokémon Go “]