As expected, EA has re-introduced microtransactions to the game, but this time it’s different because they’re cosmetic microtransactions and 67 buckazoids for a Weequay Resistance skin is a total deal even in Mos Eisley.
Announced this morning at the Reboot Develop conference in Dubrovnik, Croteam’s Serious Sam 4: Planet Badass is apparently more of the same old school gratuitous gibs and goreplosion funtimes you know and love, also guest-featuring the DRM Scorpion. Publisher Devolver Digital promises more at E3.
ASUS was rumoured to be one of NVIDIA’s first sign-ups to the GeForce Partner Program when HardOCP broke the story about NVIDIA’s branding requirements over a month ago, and last week a second rumour started about ASUS debuting a new sub-brand for AMD Radeon cards called AREZ. Yesterday ASUS confirmed the brand’s existence together with AMD, and they are the first of AMD’s partners to give them a new sub-brand to work with, separate from the Republic of Gamers brand that AMD was previously part of.
AMD has finally issued their response to NVIDIA’s GeForce Partner Program, and it looks like the company is welcoming the opportunity to turn the new, unknown brands they’ve been handed by their partners into ones that gamers will recognise and want. In a statement released to the press yesterday evening, AMD jointly announced the Asus Arez brand with Asus, and said that gamers can look forward to new brands coming from their other partners in the coming weeks. Gigabyte and MSI have yet to make any announcements.
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