NVIDIA’s GeForce Partner Program has been cancelled by the company, a decision that was unexpected. In a blog post on NVIDIA’s website, the company explains that the GPP had good intentions but suffered greatly due to bad press, and as a result had to be cancelled in order for NVIDIA and its partners to avoid the backlash that came with it. The damage however has already been done to the reputations of the partners that elected to participate in this campaign. More to follow after the jump.
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With the industry trending towards Games as a Service (GaaS), why not make game distribution itself also a service? That’s a question that Utomik is hoping to answer. Utomik is a competitor to clients like Steam, Uplay, Origin, and GOG Galaxy, but it’s actually more like PlayStation Plus or Xbox Game Pass because you don’t actually own the games you can play through the service. It’s more of a rental kind of deal, and for PC gamers that makes it very interesting as an alternative to the other services.
Anyone still mining crafts and crafting mines on legacy hardware is in for some relatively sour news: Microsoft has announced that the next big update for Minecraft will be the last one for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, and Wii U versions of the game.
Well wouldya look at that: it’s GeekFest time again!
GeekFest 2018 is returning to Montecasino on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May 2018, which means that in just a few short weeks, you’ll be able to rub your face-parts and body-bits all over GeekFest’s… face-parts and body-bits. In other words, you’ll soon be able to immerse yourself in GeekFest’s exciting assortment of Nerdy GoodTimes, and hopefully make Montecasino’s regulars deeply uncomfortable because you’d swear they’ve never seen someone walking through a tiny fake Italy in a Thor costume before or something.
To celebrate this upcoming occasion, those cheeky scamps at Dark Carnival (i.e. the organisers of GeekFest) have very kindly provided us with three sets of double tickets to give away. If you want ’em, let’s go for a walk you and I.
If you’re feeling a bit down today because you still have several hours of work left and literally everyone else in the office is ignoring what should be a global public holiday, rejoice because Mosh Pit is here! This week we take a look at a returning LucasArts classic, some very cool memory from ADATA, the latest version of Windows 10, and an unexpected partnership between ASUS and Cooler Master (a surprise to be sure, but a welcome one).
It’s been a long time coming, but we’ll finally be able to see CD Projekt Red’s latest creation on a grand stage at E3 2018. The last time anyone heard anything about Cyberpunk 2077 was via an innocent tweet on 10 January 2018, sparking one of the most wholesome threads I’ve ever seen on Twitter. But that was only a teaser, because now there’s confirmation that they’ll be attending E3 2018.
According to a listing on the E3 website, CDPR will be showcasing a new title in the role-playing genre at the show, which will debut for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. The only confirmed project they’ve been working on these last few years is Cyberpunk 2077, so it’s officially time to get hype about this Blade Runner-esque mystery.
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