When on a motorcycle ride through the countryside in Japan (Kansai region’s Mie Prefecture), the last thing you’d expect to see would be a giant Sonic the Hedgehog statue, but that’s exactly what happened with a group of friends back in 2015. Some internet sleuths discovered that pictures exist of it online from 2009, so nobody can really pinpoint where exactly it came from. Unfortunately, the statue was left in disarray for quite some times, that is until…August 2020.
Most gamers know that Minecraft has players exploring a blocky, procedurally-generated 3D world with infinite terrain. In this world, you may discover as well as extract raw materials, craft tools or items, and build structures / earthworks. What if music was a major part of this game? One gamer decided to up play Minecraft using only a real-life MIDI keyboard.
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Most gamers have probably seen the new Sony PlayStation 5 console, and it has a standout design to say the least. Sony’s Jim Ryan wanted the console to look like a “quantum leap over the current generation” and not just in the hardware department. Currently, white and black colors will be available at launch, but so far, we’ve only seen the former.
Ever wish you could play some NES classics in 3D? If so, there’s an emulator for that, and it’s called 3DSen PC. Whether it be classic titles and modern homebrew games, this emulator converts them into full 3D in real-time. The best part is that all of the game mechanics remain the same, while camera angles and zoom can be adjusted to your liking.
Activision released the Season Four update for Modern Warfare, including Warzone, yesterday, and it’s one of the best yet, as it fundamentally changes the battle in Verdansk. Why? Verdansk can now hold up to 200 players in Battle Royale Quads, or in other words, fifty Quads of Operators are able to fight each other and the encroaching circle collapse.