Monthly Archives: June 2022

New remote brain-computer interface could be a game-changer for the paralyzed – The Hill

The story at a glance In recent years, brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) have allowed study participants who have lost the use of their limbs to control a mouse cursor, keyboard, mobile device, wheelchair, and even an arm. robotics that provide sensory feedback to the patient, simply by using their own mind. The BCI system involves implanting arrays of microelectrodes into a ...

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Noma Sets Crypto Feature Trio (Exclusive) – Global Briefings – Deadline

Noma is preparing a trio of crypto feature films EXCLUSIVE: Japanese film company Noma is developing a series of three feature films about the world of crypto, starring Sefi Carmel (The Legacy of Lies) as a composer and sound designer. The first theatrical feature in the series, The star of rhetoric, is currently in production. The second film in the ...

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Best Samsung Gaming Monitor | WRIC ABC 8News

Which Samsung gaming monitor is the best? Samsung regularly updates its gaming monitors with improved hardware, modern features, and improved component reliability. It also features some of the biggest and widest screens PC gamers have ever seen. But there are also plenty of affordable options that still have above-average visual fidelity. In other words, Samsung has a gaming monitor for ...

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Video games contribute to the fight for climate action

There are video games that teach math, baking, and even recycling. Now, video game developers are focusing on content that draws attention to climate change and environmental protection. Hope is to give hope. The goal is to inspire action through a better understanding of the challenges facing our planet. When considering the irrefutable popularity of video games, content that educates ...

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Five New Steam Games You Probably Missed (June 20, 2022)

On average, a dozen new games are released on Steam every day. And while we think that’s a good thing, it can be hard to keep up. Potentially exciting gems are sure to be lost in the deluge of new things to play, unless you sort through every game released on Steam. So that’s exactly what we did. If nothing ...

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An Easter egg in Unpacking revealed the developer’s next game

Earlier this month, Australian indie studio Witch Beam blogged (opens in a new tab) which mentioned an easter egg not found in his game Unpacking. “A pixel art rendition of key art from our upcoming game exists somewhere in Unpacking,” the blog post said, “and no one has found it yet!” A few days later, YouTuber on an Easter egg ...

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The biggest video game news of the week (June 11

The last seven days in video games have been incredibly busy. Not only because the start of this run caught the end of Summer Game Fest’s opening weekend, but also because the news this weekend continued to pick up momentum, Final Fantasy 7 had 25 years and the revamped version of PlayStation Plus has finally arrived in the United States. ...

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MMO Conan Exiles Update 3.0 Leaks Reveal Sorcery And Monetization

The MMO game set in the lands of Conan the Barbarian has just received a big leak, as the big new Conan Exiles update has been fully revealed thanks to a new video. “Age of Sorcery” is the apparent name of Conan Exiles 3.0, which will not only bring a new magical class to the survival game, but also add ...

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Is payroll financing the new payday loan? With Fintech Week London, The Clearing House & Income Group

It’s very easy for many new to the fintech space to think that fintech is an exclusive term for payments technology, and while there’s some truth to that, it doesn’t tell the whole story. history of fintech. However, in June, Fintech time seeks to indulge this belief as we seek to discuss hot topics regarding both sending and receiving payments, ...

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Japanese student’s game invites players to hunt trash

TOKYO (Kyodo) — A Japanese university student has created a game that turns picking up trash on the streets into a fun team competition, aiming to take him overseas to clean up the global environment. Yuto Kitamura came up with the idea for Seisochu, in which points are awarded based on the type and weight of trash collected within a ...

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iOS games recap: Netflix games take it to the next level with Poinpy, Too Hot to Handle and, yes, The Queen’s Gambit

Source: Netflix This week, a surprise competitor emerged in the world of mobile games: Netflix, which has been offering games as part of its iOS app since last fall. The streaming giant never really shouted about its game offering until last week, when it revealed a whole slew of games coming to the service. There will be a total of ...

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Pokémon Snap is the next N64 game coming to Nintendo Switch Online

Pokémon Snap will be added to Switch Online’s Nintendo 64 library next week, Nintendo has announced. The Nintendo 64 game will join the service on June 24 and will be available to Switch Online expansion pack subscribers. Pokémon Snap was originally released for N64 in 1999 before being made available to Wii owners as a Virtual Console title in 2007. ...

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How long is Starfield? | PCGamesN

How long is Starfield? That’s the question anyone embarking on this space journey into the unknown will ask, because as we all know, there’s usually enough content in a Bethesda RPG to keep players busy years after release. We recently saw a ton of details about the most anticipated game of the year during the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase, ...

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Japanese Docomo takes the step from “post-smartphone” to the industrial metaverse

TOKYO — Japan’s leading mobile operator NTT Docomo will enter the industrial metaverse over the next few years by offering design tools and other tools powered by its own wireless technology, CEO Motoyuki Ii told Nikkei. “Games have been the driving force in the metaverse so far, but industrial applications will grow in the future,” Ii said in a recent ...

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‘TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge’ is a kung fu barrage of arcade perfection

Placeholder while loading article actions Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge Available on: PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One Developer: Tribute Games | Editor: Dotemu The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are kings of brawlers, and “Shredder’s Revenge” is a powerful reminder of why the quartet has remained an icon for anyone lucky enough to stand side-by-side with friends ...

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Gaming Study Reveals Adults Play More Than Kids

Do you like to play video games? You’re in good company, according to the just-released 2022 Essential Facts about the Video Game Industry report, which found that roughly two-thirds of Americans — more than 215 million people — regularly play games. While unsurprising to many, three-quarters of gamers are over the age of 18, belying the common stereotype of a ...

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Elden Ring mod The Convergence is the next best thing to official DLC

The Elden Ring The Convergence mod is now in development, and although its creator offered some clues what to expect from the unofficial action RPG expansion, if it’s anything like their previous project, Dark Souls 3 The Convergence, there’s a lot to look forward to. Dark Souls 3 Convergence is essentially a fan-made expansion that adds new weapons and bosses, ...

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Dartmouth Artist Creates Pokemon-Like Card Game Called Arkadia

DARTMOUTH – By day, he’s an assistant manager at a local retailer. At night — and often late the next morning — Dartmouth resident and UMass Dartmouth art grad Brian Fournier tackles a creative passion project he’s been thinking about since childhood. “It’s…it’s kind of like Pokémon, Yuh-Gi-Oh! and chess all at the same time,” Fournier said when trying to ...

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Release date, price, specs, design, leaks, etc.

After a few quiet years in the industry, Huawei takes an important step. To compete with the best in the field, the company relies on innovation. The first of these movements is a foldable device from the Mate series. Huawei Mate V 5G will feature a foldable design to provide buyers with an exciting user experience. Thanks to massive 12GB ...

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In a Jam? Don’t take out a payday loan without reading this first

Image source: Getty Images These quick and easy loans come at a terrible price. Key points Payday loans may seem to solve your short-term financial problems, but they often make long-term problems worse. There are other, more affordable ways to get the cash you need in a snap. When the bills pile up, it’s natural to look for the quickest ...

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Video games can boost children’s intelligence

For a long time, the prevailing idea about video games was that they rotted people’s minds and had the potential to promote violence, but a new study, published in the Journal of Scientific Reports, shows that video games could give children an intellectual boost. The study looked at 5,000 children and found that those who played more than the average ...

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There’s No Way Starfield’s 1,000 Explorable Planets Are Actually Interesting

I fell for this pitch once. It was 2005, and the game was Spore, SimCity creator Will Wright’s ambitious recreation of life from microscopic organism to galactic traveler level. I watched this whole 35 minute presentation (opens in a new tab) delighted, completely overwhelmed and convinced that Spore was the future of gaming. And I guess in a sense it ...

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Secretary of Defense Austin answers questions during the IISS Shangri-La Dialogue > U.S. Department of Defense > Transcript

Mr. CHIPMAN: I will turn to the ground. Take three or four in a group. First, from the Republic of Korea, Chung Min Lee. Q: Thank you, Mr. Secretary. My question is this: as we speak, Russian and Chinese bombers are intruding into the Korean and Japanese air defense identification zones and, therefore, one of the reasons why, at the ...

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Retrotech Survival Horror in October

Publisher Humble Games and developer rose-engine have announced an October 27, 2022 release date for the “retro-tech” survival horror game Signalis on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Game Pass and PC. Previously, the game was only confirmed for PC and Xbox, so additional console announcements are welcome. “Retrotech” is a strange but perfect word to describe Signalis on ...

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49 Indie Games You Should Add To Your Wishlist

Image: Storm mind games The video game marketing season is an exercise in duality. For each State of Sony Where Geoff Keigh3there is a lower key event—developer day, say, or a Devolver Digital storefront. Today’s big event is the annual Guerrilla Collective Live Stream. Now in its third year, the Guerrilla Collective has now established a familiar cadence, churning through ...

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How to watch the Guerrilla Collective 2022 showcase

It may be a year without E3 (opens in a new tab), but plenty of publishers and developers are still showing up to showcase their games in what has become 2022’s biggest event yet. One such familiar face is the Guerrilla Collective, a packed storefront (opens in a new tab) with interesting indie games and trailers from creators around the ...

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New Grammy awards include one for video game scores

Placeholder while loading article actions Video games get a Grammy. The Recording Academy has introduced a new award for Best Soundtrack for Video Games and Other Interactive Media to be awarded from 2023. The new award is part of a series of changes and several other new award categories, including including a “Special Merit Award”. for Best Song for Social ...

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Augmented Reality Games Market Size and Forecast to 2029

Los Angeles, USA,-The research study presented here is an excellent compilation of various types of analysis of significant aspects of the global Augmented Reality Games market. Through devilishly researched analysis and Porter’s Five Forces Analysis, it provides an in-depth explanation of the strengths and weaknesses of the global Augmented Reality Games market and other players operating within it. The report ...

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10 Most Successful Video Game Movie Adaptations Ever Released In The West

More video game movies that arrive in Western countries are usually English-language productions based on extremely prestigious franchises, such as Pokemon Where resident Evil. In recent years, these types of films have managed to rack up large sums of money, seeing not only a return to their budgets but also big profits. RELATED: Video Game Links That Are Better Than ...

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Pro Cycling Manager 2022 and Tour de France 2022 PC games launch today

Typically, when the world of cycling collides with computer games, we talk about the emerging discipline of indoor cycling, with turbo trainers, Zwift and the like, but not today. Today’s announcement comes from the more mainstream world of computer gaming, where you’ll usually find people talking about Minecraft or League of Legends. While they probably won’t be able to boast ...

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Chinese Olympian Eileen Gu Works for Salt Lake City Games Bid

Eileen Gu, the California-born athlete who won two gold medals for China in freestyle skiing at the recent Beijing Olympics, has signed on to work for Salt Lake City’s bid for the 2030 Winter Olympics or 2034. Tom Kelly, spokesman for the bid committee, confirmed Gu’s participation to The Associated Press on Tuesday as an “athlete representative.” Gu made the ...

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Paranoid Android Sapphire teases support for its hottest phone yet

Prepare your Pixel 6 Pro for custom ROM love Whether you’re trying to breathe some life into an old smartphone or just fancy a change of pace, custom ROMs can be a fantastic way to change up the software your phone runs. While the practice may not be as widespread as it once was, there are still some amazing options ...

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Hideo Kojima is reportedly working on a horror game called Overdose

Hideo Kojima is reportedly working on a new horror game called Overdose. Reliable industry insider Tom Henderson claims to have received the first footage of the game featuring Margaret Qualley, who starred in Kojima Productions’ debut game, Death Stranding. Writing for Try Hard Guides, Henderson reports that the game doesn’t appear to be Death Stranding 2, which actor Norman Reedus ...

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Former Sega MD Yukawa has passed away

June 7, 2022 – 10:22 am Former chief executive of Japanese publishing giant Sega Hidekazu Yukawa has died aged 78. The news was revealed by Famitsu, which reports that the industry vet actually passed away in June 2021, but that’s only just been made public. He died of pneumonia. Yukawa ...

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Nonito Donaire looks to add to his legacy against Naoya Inoue

It was kind of a coming out party for Naoya Inoue on November 7, 2019. Inoue had been built as a sort of boxing superhero with Tyson-like power and Mayweather-like boxing skills. He fought veteran Nonito Donaire that night in Saitama, Japan for the IBF-WBA bantamweight belts. Donaire was a measuring stick, of sorts, long established as one of the ...

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North Texas hosts DreamHack and Overwatch esports events

It was a big weekend for esports as tens of thousands descended on the DFW area for the DreamHack Gaming Festival and a massive Overwatch tournament. DALLAS — For years, North Texas has proven itself to be a hub for esports and video games — and not just for the United States. The region is certainly attracting international attention. If ...

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For the price of a AAA game you can get hundreds of queer indies in this pack

It’s Pride Month, folks, and the indies at itch.io are once again making their giant Queer Games Bundle. The Queer Games Pack 2022 (opens in a new tab), of more than 500 items, 374 of which are video games, is intended to give a financial boost to queer independent creators and teams. The rest of the set is tabletop games, ...

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The Lasting Legacy of a Short-Term Prime Minister

Placeholder while loading article actions Japanese prime ministers have notoriously short lifespans – and often shorter legacies. At first glance, Yoshihide Suga, who left office last October after just 384 days in office, might seem like another in a long list of flash-in-the-pan Japanese prime ministers. But as the distance from his prime ministership grows and the pandemic that brought ...

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Google Brings Gboard’s Custom Text Stickers to More Android Users

Google is extending its custom text stickers to Android users who use the US-English version of its Gboard keyboard. Previously, only Google Pixel users had access to the feature, which lets you create and send custom stickers by typing your own text and choosing a preset design. In addition to expanding custom stickers, Google is also introducing over 1,600 new ...

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Sony State of Play June 2022 – All Games, Trailers & Ports Revealed

PlayStation has unveiled a diverse lineup of upcoming games at State of Play (June 2022). Here are all the announcements, trailers, and ports. To kick off Summer Game Fest 2022, PlayStation hosted a new 30-minute State of Play event, filled with a diverse lineup of upcoming games. From unexpected new reveals to updates on long-awaited titles, the June 2022 State ...

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10 games missing since E3 2021

E3 could be officially canceled for 2022, but we’re still heading for a storm of big showcases this summer. New announcements abound, but what about the stuff unveiled last year? It’s easy to forget what was announced 360 days ago, but there are a handful of no-shows that stand out when we look back. Here are ten games that have ...

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5 Best Cash Advance Apps & Payday Loan Apps That Loan You Money in 2022

Given the high inflation environment we currently live in, unexpected expenses can sometimes derail your financial plans, forcing you to wait for your next paycheck. However, it doesn’t have to be, as cash advance apps can help provide hassle-free short-term funding. This article discusses five of the best instant payday cash advance apps, covering their fees, features, and eligibility criteria. ...

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New Final Fantasy XVI trailer at Sony’s June State of Play

Screenshot: Square-Enix As part of PlayStation State of Play 2022, Square Enix showed off a gameplay trailer for the upcoming PS5 role-playing game, Final Fantasy XVI. Although the exact release date is not set, the game is currently expected to release in the summer of 2023. The fights in FFXVI appears to take place in real time and involves battles ...

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Here’s why you barely see kids in video games

While the potential advantages or disadvantages of children playing video games receive a great deal of attention, little attention is paid to the place of children in video games themselves. However, the portrayal of children in the media can tell us a lot about how they are perceived by society, as well as about the rules, beliefs and social systems ...

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The next 40K video game is a free card game

Not content with the Warhammer x Magic: The Gathering crossover slated for August, the dark future of Warhammer 40,000 arrives in a new collectible card game called Warpforge. Just announced as part of the annual Warhammer Skulls for the Skull Throne event, Warpforge will be a free-to-play card game based on “brutal, fast-paced skirmishes.” According to the press release, it ...

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