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TechNews - You'll soon get 10TB SSDs - tech
(hx) 05:38 PM EDT - Mar,28 2015 - Post a comment / read (5)
  • You'll soon get 10TB SSDs thanks to new memory tech -  SSDs and other flash memory devices will soon get cheaper and larger thanks to big announcements from Toshiba and Intel. Both companies revealed new "3D NAND" memory chips that are stacked in layers to pack in more data, unlike single-plane chips currently used. Toshiba said that it's created the world's first 48-layer NAND, yielding a 16GB chip with boosted speeds and reliability.
  • Early benchmarks show incredible performance improvement with DirectX12 - PCWorld tested 3DMark API Overhead results of an AMD Radeon R9 290X, NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan X, and Intel Iris Pro to see what improvements DirectX12 could bring. The API Overhead test compared multi-threaded performance with three different APIs - DirectX11, DirectX12, and AMD's Mantle.
  • Microsoft says IE 11 will remain unchanged from Windows 8.1 - The company has announced today that going forward, Internet Explorer 11 will not be using this new engine; it will only be for Spartan. This is a big shift for the company as it effectively means that IE will only be used for legacy applications, while Spartan is the path forward.
  • Amazon Offering Unlimited Cloud Storage for $60 Per Year - Amazon today debuted two new cloud storage plans that should appeal to consumers looking to store backups of important files online. The Unlimited Everything Plan offers an unlimited amount of online storage for photos, videos, files, documents, movies, and music in Cloud Drive. It costs $59.99 per year. For customers interested in spending less, Amazon is also offering an Unlimited Photos Plan, which lets people store an infinite number of photos in addition to 5GB of additional storage for videos, documents, and other files. The Unlimited Photos Plan costs $11.99 per year. Amazon is offering a free three-month trial of both plans beginning today. Prime members and Fire device owners, who already have access to unlimited photo storage, can choose to sign up for the Unlimited Everything Plan to store videos and files in addition to their pictures.
  • Facebook confirms that the Oculus Rift will launch later this year - At the Facebook developer's conference today in San Francisco, the company's CTO Mike Schroepfer indicated that the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset could launch by the end of the year. During his presentation at the developer's conference today, Schroepfer talked about Facebook's focus on virtual reality and demoed a space shooter game. The consumer version of the Oculus Rift is expected to sport an OLED display with 1920 x 1080 Full HD or higher resolution and support multiple platforms such as Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux.
  • Cyanogen raises $80 million to be the definitive third place OS - Cyanogen, the company behind CyanogenMod, have raised $80 million from a myriad of different backers in an attempt to become the third horseman in the smartphone operating system battle, behind Apple and Google. The new round of investment includes partners such as Twitter, Qualcomm, Telefonica and Rupert Murdoch, according to Re/Code. Microsoft was poised to invest but does not appear to have made it into this round of funding, which brings the total amount raised by Cyanogen to $110 million.
  • Microsoft reveals next set of phones to receive Windows 10 - Microsoft has expanded the list this month and revealed the next set of devices that will receive Windows 10. According to a post by Gabe Aul, Microsoft is in the midst of testing Windows 10 on a variety of different Lumia handsets. While there isn't an exact date for release, there is still more than likely a week of testing that needs to be performed in order to insure a successful build can be pushed to the expanded list.
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Lands In Carrier Stores April 10 - Samsung today announced the general availability details for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The devices can be pre-ordered beginning Friday, March 27 and should reach most carrier stores on April 10. Samsung said the black, white, and gold models will be sold in the U.S. in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB configurations. AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and U.S. Cellular all plan to sell the GS6 and GS6 Edge. Boost Mobile, Cricket Wireless, and MetroPCS will only offer the Galaxy S6. In addition to carrier stores, the two phones will be available at Samsung Experience Shops at Best Buy, as well as Amazon, Costco, Sam's Club, Target, and Walmart. Some carrier stores will have the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge on display beginning tomorrow, even if sales don't commence until April 10. Samsung said carriers will announce individual pricing details later. The devices include 5.1-inch quad HD screens, 16-megapixel cameras, fingerprint readers, and multi-standard wireless charging. In related news, T-Mobile was the first carrier today to reveal pricing information for its variants of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. T-Mobile listed the full retail prices at $679.92 and $779.76, respectively, for the two handsets. The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge share nearly all specs and features, but the S6 Edge has a display that's curved on two sides. Customers can pre-order the phones beginning at 7:00 AM Pacific on March 27. The S6 will go for $0 down followed by 24 monthly payments of $28.33, while the S6 Edge will require 24 monthly payments of $32.49. T-Mobile customers who order before April 12th can also receive a one-year Netflix subscription at no cos
  • Sprint Offering Galaxy S6 and Service For $80 Per Month - Sprint is hoping to attract customers to its network with a combined promotion that includes the Samsung Galaxy S6 and a Sprint Unlimited Plus service plan for $80 per month. The plan includes the 32GB GS6 for "free" after a $20-per-month credit with a 24-month lease; unlimited talk, text, and data; international value roaming; and annual upgrades. Customers who want the 64GB or 128GB models can get them for $85 and $90 per month, respectively, with the same service plan. Families interested in the Galaxy S6 can score four of them with unlimited talk and text, and 20GB of shared data for a total monthly price of $200 per month. Annual upgrades would cost another $10 per line per month. Customers looking for the Galaxy S6 Edge can snag one for $85 per month ($5 per month after $20-per-month lease credit) with the Sprint Unlimited plan. Customers not interested in contracts or leases can pay full price for the Galaxy S6 ($649.99) and pair it with a Boost Mobile plan. The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge go on sale in Sprint stores April 10, with pre-orders beginning March 27.
  • Twitch user info breached, users prompted to change passwords - Twitch is alerting users of a possible data breach. As a result, user information may have been accessed and the company is prompting users to change their passwords.
  • Stealing Data From Computers Using Heat - A security researchers at Ben Gurion University in Israel have found a way to retrieve data from an air-gapped computer using only heat emissions and a computer's built-in thermal sensors. The method would allow attackers to surreptitiously siphon passwords or security keys from a protected system and transmit the data to an internet-connected system that's in close proximity and that the attackers control.
  • Mason Students' Invention Fights Fires - The fire extinguisher uses low-frequency sound waves to douse a blaze. Engineering seniors Viet Tran and Seth Robertson now hold a preliminary patent application for their potentially revolutionizing device.
  • The World's First Commercially Available Handheld Flamethrower - The XM42 is the world's first commercially available handheld flamethrower on the market.
  • Lego Technic 6-Speed RC Servo Transmission - Granted, this build used the Mindstorms pieces, not just the bricks, so there are all sorts of gears and servos. Even still, this is incredibly impressive.
  • How To Turn Styrofoam, Into Solid Aluminum - Here's how to turn almost any styrofoam creation you can think up, into solid aluminum. It's almost like magic! :)
  • 'Aug(de)mented Reality' Is Back, And Better Than Ever - Marty Cooper continues to take everyday objects and inject them with gleeful insanity.
  • Living In The Hidden Tunnels Of Las Vegas - Matthew O'Brien, an expert on the underground flood channels of Las Vegas, makes one of his regular visits to the tunnels with the Seeker team to experience the hardship, lifestyle, and creativity of those who live in them.
  • The Last Ever Top Gear - Exclusive previously unseen footage of the final episode, when Jeremy comes clean
  • Everything About This Homemade Lego 'Jurassic Park' Movie Is - This beautifully imagined and animated father-daughter effort should help tide you over the release of "Jurassic World," if not until the sequel to the Lego Movie.
  • TIE Fighter - short film - What if there was an Empire-focussed short Star Wars animation, drawn with the crazy detail and shading of classic 80s anime that's all but vanished from Japan nowadays?
  • CGI Animated Shorts HD: "Cursed" - by Juba Polati - A character model gets in a fight with its own sadistic animator and loses pretty handedly.
  • New Star Trek TV Series? - Sounds like CBS may be planning a new Star Trek TV series.
  • Fox Approve X-Files Revival For Six Part Series - The Wall Street Journal has the news that the X-Files will be returning for a 6-episode Mini-Series
  • Spectre Teaser Trailer - While filming continues for the 24th James Bond adventure, EON Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Sony Pictures Entertainment have released the teaser trailer for Spectre!
  • Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Trailer - FULL - The Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation trailer starring Tom Cruise
  • First Maggie Trailer Arnold Schwarzenegger's Zombie Movie - Arnold Schwarzenegger takes a dark dramatic turn in MAGGIE as he tries to save the life of his zombie infected daughter played by Abigail Breslin.
  • Every Tom Hanks Movie in 8 Minutes - James Corden and Tom Hanks act out snippets from Tom's illustrious film career, from Big to the Toy Story movies.
  • Everyone Sly Stallone Has Ever Killed On Film In One Video - The total count is well over 500, making Sly deadlier than several actual wars.
  • Top Gear Host Jeremy Clarkson Sacked by BBC - Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson's long-lasting and increasingly fraught relationship with the BBC has finally run its course. After being suspended from the U.K. public broadcaster's hit motoring series on March 10 for reportedly throwing a punch at a producer, the BBC has now announced its decision on the 54-year-old following an internal investigation. It said Wednesday it wouldn't renew his contract, which is expiring at the end of the month. Tony Hall, the BBC Director-General, has released the following statement regarding Jeremy Clarkson.
  • Snoop Dogg And Hulk Hogan Are The Best Tag Team Ever  - It doesn't matter if wrestling is fake, our Snulkamania is real!
  • Teens Texting And Driving Even Worse Than We Thought - A compilation of teen driver vehicle crashes caused by driver distraction.
  • Chameleon Tongues Are Even Grosser In Slow Motion - When feeding, chameleons ballistically project their tongues, and those tongues can but over twice the length of a chameleon's entire body. If you were an insect, this would be your worst nightmare.
  • CD Shattering At 23,000RPM Captured At 170,000FPS! - Gav and Dan present the SLOWEST EVER episode of the slow mo guys by spinning a disc at 23,000RPM and filming it shatter at a whopping 170,000 frames per second.
  • Tennis Ball-Sized Hail Pummeled Australia Last Weekend - Not all of Australia, just one town called Chinchilla. Interestingly, the hail is approximately the size of the chinchillas the town is named after.
  • The Mathemagics Of 52-Card Perfect Shuffles - Impress your friends simply by learning how to shuffle and count - no cape required.
  • Escaped Goat And Llama Corner An Unsuspecting Man - It was just another Friday afternoon for Stephen Peterson. Then a goat and a llama tried to shake him down.
  • Jimmy Kimmel Quizzes Strangers About NCAA Teams That Don't Exist - Having a team in the NCAA shouldn't stop anyone from rooting for that team in the tournament. Or having a basketball team period. Go DeVry! Go Fightin' Wildcats!
  • Chickens think it's nighttime at a total solar eclipse 2  - Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation first-look spot. Tune in for the global trailer debut tomorrow, 3.23.15
  • Husky Steals Dad's Potato Skin - This is quite the argument over a stolen potato skin :P
  • Girls leave hilarious video message on man's lost phone ... - The girls discovered the phone after it had been left in a fast food restaurant- but they had a few words to say before they handed it in. A group of Welsh girls decided to leave a hilarious message for a man after they discovered his phone had been left in a Chinese takeaway.
  • Daddy's Beer - Unexpected, but very exciting news! - I have a feeling he wished he used a condom! :D
  • Room Full Of Spiders, Man Finds Thousands Of Spiders... - SPIDER INVASION!
  • Sara Sampaio Is The New Burger Star - Here's Sara Sampaio for the new Thickburger El Diablo!
  • Candice Swanepoel Best Photoshoot Ever! - After this ballet-themed shoot from the Victoria's Secret hottie, there should be no doubt that she's still hands-down the best supermodel booty in the business.
  • Hottest Babes on the Internet #59 - Which one is hottest? ;-)
Weekend game, movie, hardware deals - briefly
(hx) 06:46 AM EDT - Mar,28 2015 - Post a comment
Here's a selection of this weekend's PC / Blue-ray movies, hardware deals.
Weekend reading - GTA V - 4K PC Shots - briefly
(hx) 06:15 AM EDT - Mar,28 2015 - Post a comment
  • Grand Theft Auto V - 4K PC Screenshots - Rockstar Games has released a fresh batch of high resolution screenshots of Grand Theft Auto V on PC. Word is: "Today, we've got an all new set of high resolution screenshots for you from the forthcoming PC version of GTAV. Arriving on April 14th, GTAV for PC is fully optimized to support all the latest and greatest hardware with an abundance of PC-specific enhancements."
  • CABAL 2 Cloth Video - ESTsoft Inc. has unveiled the initial entry of a four-part class spotlight series focusing on the character classes from the high-fantasy massively-multiplayer roleplaying game (MMORPG) CABAL 2. CABAL 2 is the sequel of CABAL Online, which hosts nearly 30 million users playing from more than 60 countries across the world. The game is currently being optimized for release in the North American and European markets and is expected to be released in Spring of 2015.
  • Stealth Inc. 2 Launch Date + Video - In Stealth Inc 2 (video), players return to the dark corridors of PTi Industries but this time they aren't limited to test chambers - they have full run of the facility, breaking into chambers and exploring an open world, employing brand new equipment in a quest to save fellow clones from human experimentation. Available now on Wii U, the game will be available on Xbox One from Friday 3rd April, arriving on the PC via the Humble Store on April 7th and on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita on April 7th (North America) and April 8th (rest of world). The game will be priced at $14.99 on all formats - and is Cross Buy on PlayStation.
  • Asteroids: Outpost - Now Available On Steam Early Access - Atari today announced Early Access availability for Asteroids: Outpost. The sandbox, open world, multiplayer shooter is a reboot of the 1979 arcade classic, and it’s definitely not what you’d expect from an Asteroids game.
  • Galactic Civilizations III - Beta 5 Now Available, Full Game Releases This May - Stardock announced today that the fifth beta build for Galactic Civilizations III is now available, adding much-requested features to Stardock’s epic sci-fi 4X. As the press release reads, custom faction creation has been added, and allows players to choose from dozens of abilities, technology focuses, and starship styles. Galactic Civilizations III Beta 5 is available now via Steam Early Access. The full game is scheduled to release in May 2015.
  • Exclusivity contract prevents Bioware from revealing Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC release on PS4 - Bioware is unable to discuss when the Jaws of Hakkon DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition will arrive on platforms other than PC and Xbox One. According to various tweets from executive producer Mark Darrah, due to the exclusivity contract between EA and Microsoft, the studio is unable to announce a release date for PlayStation 3 and PS4 - even Xbox 360.
  • Zelda Wii U delayed -Eiji Aonuma, producer of The Legend of Zelda, has a message to share. Please take a look at this video.
  • It Took Only Six Minutes for Half of Dota 2's International Tickets to Sell Out! - After going on sale today at 10 AM Pacific, the first half of the tickets that will be available for the event were gone by 10:06, Valve has announced. Last year, it took an hour for all of the 10,000 tickets available to be gone.
  • Take a look at a four-player drunken horse racing game played on one phone - Finger Derpy appears to play like "Hungry Hungry Hippos from hell." Each player controls the left and right side of a horse by tapping the screen. With four people tapping two fingers each on one mobile device, chaos is all but guaranteed. It's a sweet premise, and the local multiplayer function could help pass the torturous long-distance car rides that await this summer vacation. Finger Derpy launches this April.
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Solarix Release Date Trailer - movie
(hx) 01:43 PM EDT - Mar,27 2015 - Post a comment
Pulsetense Games has released a new trailer for Solarix, revealing the game's full release date. As the team noted, its stealth-based psychological horror adventure game will be released on April 30th on Steam.

Super Mario 64 - First Level Recreated - briefly
(hx) 01:42 PM EDT - Mar,27 2015 - Post a comment
Roystan Ross has recreated the first level of Super Mario 64 in the Unity Engine, and has released it for free to everyone. Yeap, you can actually play this recreation, something that is undoubtedly cool. As Roystan Ross noted, there are currently no plans to recreate the other levels of Super Mario 64. Still, this demo will give you an idea of what a HD remake could look like.

Mortal Kombat X - New Trailer - movie
(hx) 01:39 PM EDT - Mar,27 2015 - Post a comment
Warner Bros released today the Mortal Kombat X Official Shaolin Trailer, which puts the spotlight on three characters: Kung Lao, series newcomer Kung Jin and Klassic Mortal Kombat Kombatant Liu Kang.

EVOLVE - Behemoth and New Hunters Gameplay - preview
(hx) 05:00 AM EDT - Mar,27 2015 - Post a comment
2K and Turtle Rock Studios announced Evolve owners will be getting its first piece of post-launch downloadable content on March 31 in the form of a new Monster, four new Hunters, and two new maps. Today, a new gameplay trailer has been released showing the Behemoth and the new Hunters in action.

F1 2015 Racing onto PS4, Xbox One and PC in June - briefly
(hx) 04:43 AM EDT - Mar,27 2015 - Post a comment
Codemasters has announced that F1 2015 is heading to the PS4, Xbone and PC on June 12th.
Marking the series', and indeed Codemaster's, debut on current-gen platforms, this year's annual F1 title will be racing onto PS4, Xbox One and PC on June 12th. Unlike previous entries which were traditionally released in September just as the championship was coming to a close, this means F1 2015 will coincide with the current F1 season much earlier.

F1 2015 will run on a new version of Codemasters' EGO engine built specifically for the current-gen platforms. Of course, the extra horsepower of the new consoles means you can expect greater visual fidelity than ever before, which you can see for yourself in the work-in-progress screenshots showcasing some of the new 2015 cars and the Mexico track, but it's not just the visuals that have been overhauled. Encouragingly, Codemasters place a firm emphasis on what should be the most important aspect to racing game fanatics: the physics.

Over 20 areas of the handling model have been tweaked and enhanced, including engine and transmission, aerodynamics, fuel tank, force feedback, suspension and also a brand new tyre physics model.
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MotoGP 15 is out this spring on PC - briefly
(hx) 07:39 PM EDT - Mar,26 2015 - Post a comment
MotoGP 15 will be released in June on PC, PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, Milestone has announced. Bike, rider and team customization are part of the latest release in the franchise, along with time-trials and enhanced career options. The game features over 20 bike models divided into three classes: MotoGP, Moto 2 and Moto 3 and 40 different liveries, with official color schemes. Ride customization can be applied to physical attributes, suits, boots and gloves.

Don't forget: the GTA 5 PC pre-order bonus - briefly
(hx) 07:38 PM EDT - Mar,26 2015 - Post a comment / read (3)
Just a friendly reminder to those planning on purchasing GTA 5 for PC: you have until March 31 to pre-order if you want all the bonuses on offer. Those who pre-order will be handed $1 million in-game cash plus a bonus $300,000. It is split between GTA 5 and GTA Online: $500,000 for Grand Theft Auto 5 and $700,000 for GTA Online. The game will also be made available for pre-load on the Rockstar Warehouse prior to release. GTA 5 releases on PC April 14
Dirty Bomb: Open for Business Trailer - movie
(hx) 04:00 PM EDT - Mar,26 2015 - Post a comment
Dirty Bomb is an online free-to-play multiplayer first person shooter from developer Splash Damage.

3DMark API Overhead feature test - tech
(hx) 03:45 PM EDT - Mar,26 2015 - Post a comment
Futuremark has released the first application test via which PC users can measure the performance differences between DirectX 12, DirectX 11 and AMD's Mantle API. 3DMark's API Overhead Feature Test is available now in the latest version of 3DMark Advanced Edition and 3DMark Professional Edition.

Half-Life 2: Update Coming to Steam - briefly
(hx) 03:30 PM EDT - Mar,26 2015 - Post a comment
The Valve-approved fan-created mod, dubbed Half-Life 2: Update, will be releasing on Steam tomorrow, completely free of charge. The 7GB add-on serves up a number of visual enhancements, including improved lighting effects and more detailed environmental textures. A number of bugs that plagued the original PC release have been fixed as well. You can download Half-Life 2: Update on March 27, directly from Steam's online store.

Here's what the mod includes:
  -  Complete lighting overhaul including enhanced lighting, more detailed world shadows, and full High Dynamic Range Lighting (HDR).
  -  New particle effects and improved fog.
  -  Countless bug fixes, correcting both visual and game-based issues.
  -  An extensive Community Commentary Mode featuring the voices of well-known Youtubers, including Caddicarus, Brutalmoose, Ricepirate, Balrog the Master, ProJared, and Ross Scott from Freeman's Mind .
  -  Retains the iconic Half-Life 2 visual style and gameplay.
Pillars of Eternity - Release Trailer - movie
(hx) 01:14 PM EDT - Mar,26 2015 - Post a comment
Obsidian Entertainment and Paradox Interactive today released Pillars of Eternity (PRE-ORDER HERE), the role-playing game (RPG) that was funded by over 70 thousand backers more than two years ago. Pillars of Eternity, created in the spirit of the classic Infinity Engine titles like Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale, and crafted by Obsidian with careful attention to fan and backer feedback, is now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux PC.

Halo Online Announce Trailer - movie
(hx) 01:10 PM EDT - Mar,26 2015 - Post a comment
Syber Interactive Studio and Innova released the announcement trailer for Halo Online. Halo Online is a PC exclusive F2P title based on the universe of Halo. The game will be releasing in Russia (at least for the time being) and a closed beta phase will be launched later this year.

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Halo Online for PC Russia - briefly
(hx) 03:49 PM EDT - Mar,25 2015 - Post a comment
Microsoft today announced Halo Online, a PC-exclusive free-to-play title that will launch in Russia only. The development of the game will be handled by Saber Interactive, who previously helped develop Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary edition and the recently released, Halo: The Master Chief Collection. 343 Industries will oversee the project. Halo Online will be based after the events of Halo 3. It will feature classic weapons and vehicles from previous Halo games, as well as a bout of fan favorite maps. The game will be powered by a modified version of the Halo 3 engine. As of yet, Microsoft has no plans to release the game outside of Russia.
Battlefield: Hardline Plagued By 'Tages-Like' DRM - briefly
(hx) 01:53 PM EDT - Mar,25 2015 - Post a comment / read (3)
Guru3D discovered that Battlefield: Hardline includes a DRM system that completely locks the game.
So currently I am working on a graphics performance review for Battlefield Hardline, and guess what ? Do you guys remember the DRM introduced in Ubisofts Anno 2070 ? Well, EA just did pretty much the same thing. I am so irritated right now.

So I started working on a performance review. And after a graphics card or eight I think it was, EA will now lock your account with the following message:

Here's what EAs DRM is doing, they don't just verify the number of PCs you work on slash use, nope .. they dare to monitor hardware changes now, which I am sure is a privacy breach on many levels. So once we insert new hardware (CPU / mobo or graphics cards) the hardware id # hash changes and if that happens a couple of times they are rendering your activation invalid.

What a bunch of rubbish ....

If this is the future for EA titles then you guys can forget about VGA performance reviews as EA is rendering that pretty much impossible now. I've now been waiting for like 3 or 4 hours and we are still locked out of the game. The only way to solve this would be purchasing another key and setup a secondary account. This means that if we'd like to make a VGA performance review on Battelfield Hardline with a card or 20 we'd need to purchase the game three times.
Brutal Half-Life - Brutal Mod beta 0.1 - mod&map
(hx) 01:46 PM EDT - Mar,25 2015 - Post a comment
Brutal Half-Life is a modification for the original Half-Life inspired by the largely popular modification Brutal Doom. However, Sergeant_Mark_IV, the author of aforementioned modification, has no affiliation with Brutal Half-Life whatsoever.

TIE Fighter - short film - briefly
(hx) 02:07 AM EDT - Mar,25 2015 - Post a comment
What if there was an Empire-focussed short Star Wars animation, drawn with the crazy detail and shading of classic 80s anime that's all but vanished from Japan nowadays?

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Exploring Mad Max's Deadly Open World - preview
(hx) 07:02 PM EDT - Mar,24 2015 - Post a comment
The game director of Mad Max Frank Rooke and the game's lead artist Daniel Persson talk about the setting of the game and the challenges it will hold for players.