This is a pretty solid list but there’s one huge problem. Final Fantasy IX is the best game in the series. Anyone who says otherwise is wrong wrong wrong.
A group of players successfully complete an amazing rescue, while remaining in character, of a stranger they’ve never met from the edges of Elite: Dangerous’ unknown space. Such a great story and a sign that maybe there’s still hope for decency in online gaming after all.
Without question, one of my favourite puzzle games so with new characters, cutscenes, and challenges, I’ll definitely be grabbing this one on PS4 if it makes its way west.
I absolutely love Hughes’ art and, with Mignola writing the story? This will be a great book. I’m really excited to check it out.
With the director and producer from John Wick, and the awesome source material from Brubaker and Phillips, this sounds like it’s got all the ingredients for a great adaptation.
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I’m always interested to see Brownlee’s thoughts on new tech but with the iMac Pro in particular, since he’s an active video professional that will use the features the ultra-powerful machine in every way it is intended to be used, his opinion is particularly valuable here.
I love the simplicity of this app, adding a new event looks like a breeze. It almost makes me want to switch back to my iPhone.
How it makes any sense for the cab companies to lower the quality of their service in response to Uber’s arrival in the city is beyond understanding.
Ride sharing can’t possibly arrive soon enough.
I’ve been using MarsEdit more recently as I try to wean myself off using WordPress’ MacOS app and have been enjoying it. I think that, with all the enhancements and refinement that’s been done with version 4, I’ll make the switch and use it as my main writing app on the Mac going forward.
I had completely forgotten this game existed. It’s come a long way since the crowdfunding campaign back in the early 2010s, I can’t wait to play it again after all these years.
Everything about this book makes it seem like it’ll be a slam dunk. I’ve never been the biggest X-Men fan but I can’t resist a book drawn by Mahmud Asrar.
In terms of online games, this one didn’t exactly have the longest life span with the PC version launching only four years ago. What’s even stranger is that the game was only released on consoles earlier this year, which means any content people paid money for only a handful of months ago is gone.