In 1983, BBC’s Newsnight aired a report on what they classified as “computer addicts”. This marked the beginnings of home computing, where platforms like the Commodore were becoming popular among a niche audience of nerds and tech enthusiasts. The report highlighted the daily habits of these early adopters, showcasing how they integrated computers into their
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Upon visiting a mystical corner shop in Montreal through the indie game Dépanneur Nocturne, players are transported to a magical and unique world full of surprises. With its charming graphics and engaging gameplay, this game offers a refreshing break from the typical gaming experiences. In Dépanneur Nocturne, players have the opportunity to explore the shop,
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Twitter, a platform known for its constant updates and changes, has once again surprised its users. The recent notification sent to Premium users revealed that the option to hide the blue checkmark, once a status symbol coveted by many, will no longer be available. This change comes after Twitter made the blue check optional last
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Disney Speedstorm developer Gameloft recently made significant changes to the monetization of the racing game, which has sparked major backlash among players. The decision to alter the way players access the game’s “Golden Pass” by introducing a direct purchase option for $9.99 has not been well-received by the community. This article will delve into the
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After a long wait, Bethesda Game Studios has announced that the highly anticipated ‘next gen’ update for Fallout 4 will be released on April 25, 2024. This update will bring significant improvements to the game and will be available for Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 users. The best part? The update will be free
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Nintendo has once again expanded its Switch Online retro service by adding three new titles to the Super Nintendo library. Among these new additions are Wrecking Crew ’98, Amazing Hebereke, and Super R-Type. While the lineup for Japan differs slightly, with the inclusion of Battletoads: Battlemaniacs and Marvelous: Mōhitotsu no Takarajima, there is still plenty
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Ubisoft’s upcoming open-world adventure, Star Wars Outlaws, is taking a departure from the traditional tower-climbing mechanic that has become synonymous with the company’s games. According to Game Informer’s Brian Shea, the game’s creative director, Julian Gerighty, has confirmed that there will be no towers to climb in order to unlock the map. Instead, players will
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