Monthly Archives: October 2022

How to Play the Resident Evil Games in Chronological Order

Through its (near-)consistent excellence, innovation, and longevity, Resident Evil games has earned its crown as the king of survival of horror. Capcom debuted its world of mutants and mercenaries in 1996 and has since grown Resident Evil into a multimedia franchise that spans over two dozen console games, six films, two recent Netflix series, novels,… Read More »

Myles Garrett arrives as Vecna from ‘Stranger Things’ ahead of Browns’ ‘Monday Night Football’ Halloween game vs. Bengals

Myles Garrett is really going all-in on “Stranger Things” for Halloween this year. The feared Browns defensive end was walking through the tunnels at FirstEnergy Stadium ahead of Cleveland’s “Monday Night Football” clash with the Bengals dressed as the show’s season four villain Vecna. It’s time 🕰 ⁦@Flash_Garrett⁩ — Cleveland Browns (@Browns) October 31,… Read More »

Exclusive: Former Capcom Producer Behind Resident Evil and Killer 7 Opens Up About His New Studio

Following Yakuza series creator Toshihiro Nagoshi and No More Heroes creator Goichi Suda, popularly known as “Suda51,” Capcom veteran Hiroyuki Kobayashi announced his move to NetEase Games back in August this year. Today, NetEase revealed Kobayashi’s new studio as GPTRACK50, located in Osaka. At Capcom, Kobayashi worked as the producer on the Resident Evil series… Read More »

Replit’s Ghostwriter AI can explain programs to you—or help write them

Enlarge / Replit’s Ghostwriter AI tool can assist you while you code. reader comments 15 with 11 posters participating Share this story Today, Replit announced Ghostwriter, an AI-powered programming assistant that can make suggestions to make coding easier. It works within Replit’s online development environment and resembles GitHub Copilot’s ability to recognize and compose code… Read More »

Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord Review

The claustrophobic press of frenzied melee, whistling of missiles, and thunderous charge of cavalry are often represented in games, but rarely so personally as in the Mount & Blade series. It’s not often I get the feeling I’m experiencing what must’ve been the needs of a commander at eye-level on the field trying to maneuver… Read More »

Unconfirmed hack of Liz Truss’ phone prompts calls for “urgent investigation”

Enlarge / Liz Truss, then Chief Secretary to the Treasury, taking a picture on her phone on May 1, 2018, in London. Getty Images reader comments 79 with 56 posters participating Share this story British opposition politicians are calling for an “urgent investigation” into an unconfirmed media report that spies suspected of working for Russia… Read More »