Return to Monkey Island on PS5 The point-and-click adventure game genre hasn’t always been well-received by a modern gaming audience, but it has certainly made some strides in recent years. And when you have Guybrush Threepwood returning after 13 years, some would say that the genre is well and truly back, with Return to Monkey Island being an absolute gem of the … [Read more...] about Return to Monkey Island Review – Walking the Plank of Greatness
Can’t afford the S22? The Samsung Galaxy A53 5G is the next best thing Pros Great priceAstonishing battery lifeTop-notch cameras, for lessCons Realme 9 Pro Plus is (slightly) better valueDisplay isn’t HDR compliant The Galaxy S22, as impressive as it may be, is still a handset reserved for the plumpest of wallets. If you can’t stomach the price but don’t … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy A53 5G review: A dramatic return to the mid-range
Nothing revolutionary but a few tweaks and Dolby Vision are enough to put Roku back on top Pros Superb Dolby Vision image qualityExcellent performanceVery easy to setup and useCons Search doesn’t cover every channelCan’t be powered from your TV You can grab the Roku Streaming Stick 4K for 20% off just now This easy-to-use, no nonsense streaming stick is one of our absolute … [Read more...] about Roku Streaming Stick 4K review: The return of the king
We remember the tragic-comic comeback of the RTX 2060, at the peak of the shortage in January this year, well before Nvidia launched its RTX 3060. Since then, that Turing card comeback has fizzled out as Nvidia has said that they’re going to put the kibosh on the availability of Ampere cards… The RTX 2060 never dies… Yet, according to Videocardz sources, Nvidia is … [Read more...] about Towards a return of an RTX 2060 with 12GB?
While it may feel weird or disingenuous to "return" an e-book and ask for a refund (particularly after you've read some, or all, of it), it is totally legitimate and easy to do. Alternatively, you might have accidentally purchased a Kindle book and need to get your money back. Regardless of the reason, the process to request a refund is quick and straightforward and only takes … [Read more...] about Yes, you can actually return a Kindle book that you don’t like. Here’s how.
Today Spike Chunsoft released a new batch of screenshots and details of its upcoming game Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- The Prophecy of the Throne. First of all, you can gather relevant information while playing. Gathered information lets you create options during the briefing phase before a mission. Depending on which option you choose, your party members and … [Read more...] about Re:ZERO for PS4, Switch, & PC Gets New Screenshots and Details on Return After Death & More
In May reported that Microsoft was recommending their employees work from home until at least October 2020 and in August we reported that that date has been pushed back to January 2021. The tragic course of the pandemic in USA has meant that that date has now been pushed back even further, to July 2021. A new internal Microsoft memo from the Senior Leadership Team has … [Read more...] about Microsoft pushes Return to the Office date back all the way to July 2021
HTC has fallen into obscurity when it comes to smartphones. But a recently discovered patent suggests it's considering a return, with a foldable phone. LetsGoDigital said it spotted a filing that details a mobile device with an outward-folding display and a middle hinge. In other words, the screen is still visible, but in two separate halve, when the phone is closed. The … [Read more...] about Is HTC plotting its return to smartphones with a foldable phone?
Played through Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy and/or Super Mario Odyssey and still hungry for more 3D platforming? Well, you’re in luck, because Sony has announced when they’re bringing the rest of the Jak and Daxter series to PS4. Sony re-released Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy back in August, and soon it will be joined by Jak II, Jak 3, and Jak X: Combat … [Read more...] about Jak and Daxter Return to PS4 Next Week with Three Upgraded PS2 Classics
If you immerse yourself in Microsoft history for long enough, you’ll come across more than one story about staff trying to add more command-line features to its operating systems. The plans go up the corporate tree, to the rarified heights of a Bill Gates review, where the executives ask, “What part of the name Windows do you have a problem with?” Corporate legends aside, … [Read more...] about Forget the GUI: The return of the command line