Scott Pilgrim vs The World is coming to PlayStation 4, the Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Stadia, Windows PC and UPLAY+ and will include the William Wallace and Knives Chau DLC. The game will be available Holiday 2020.
Earlier this week, Microsoft announced plans to allow Xbox gamers to play against PC and PS4 players. Sony has responded that they are open to the idea. Though the response doesn’t directly answer whether Sony will work with Microsoft devs to enable the support between their respective consoles. Continue reading
Diablo 3 was just launched today and to play, you’ll need a constant and steady internet connection to battle.net. I don’t mind having to have a system check in once in a while like how Steam does it, but the constant tethering to Blizzard’s servers for the single player mode is a bit much for me, especially with the shoddy internet connection in Canada. So what do you think of the need for games like Diablo 3 that need constant connection, even if you’re only playing the single player mode?
Diablo servers go live at 12AM Pacific DST. So is anyone going to pick it up and play it in the first week or so? I know I’ll be playing the hell outta it (no pun intended) as soon as the servers go live!
There has been much speculation on the Ivy Bridge release date. April 23rd was the official announcement date but many had speculated that Intel would hold out on distribution to sell off the Sandy Bridge inventory first. Fortunately, it appears as if many local dealers are already starting to sell the new line of processors (and Sandy Bridge at steep discounts). Dell even has an Ivy Bridge option if you are building a computer there. If you are planning to build a PC in the near future (possibly for Diablo III purposes), now would be the time to do it.
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