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Dragon Ball Super: Broly sequel in rumored preparation

By: Jak Connor | More News: HT & Movies | Posted: 6 hours, 26 mins ago

The release of Dragon Ball Super: Broly was welcomed by Dragon Ball fans across the globe, and we can see the support for the film was in strong form as it amassed 124.5 million in gross earnings. So how about a sequel?




In a recent interview with Akiyo Iyoku, the head of Shueisha's Dragon Ball Room, a sequel for Broly was brough up and Iyoku says the team is "steadily making preparations for the next Dragon Ball movie." While Iyoku doesn't reveal any specific details for the follow-up film, he does say that "things will probably head in a completely different direction next time around."


At the moment there has been no solidified release date for the next movie, but Iyoku does say that he is very excited for fans of the series/films to see "what's coming up next" as he believes "whatever comes next will be even more incredible".

Fire Emblem Three Houses digital download size + DLC info

By: Jak Connor | More News: Gaming | Posted: 7 hours, 26 mins ago

The next entry in the popular Nintendo series 'Fire Emblem' will soon be getting a new title added to the franchise, Fire Emblem Three Houses.




The game is set to release on the Nintendo Switch a month from today, and as we move closer to the release we are starting to learn more pieces of information surrounding the title. Today, we learned about the digital version of the game as the Japanese download card has revealed information about the games size, weighing in at 11.9GB.


The download card also touched on the coming DLC, saying that the game's size will expand considerably once the DLC is released. The DLC will include brand new content for players to enjoy in the form of new missions, paralogues, outfits, cosmetics and characters. Fire Emblem Three Houses will launch onto the Nintendo Switch on July 26th in all locations.

Hitman 2 DLC location is New York 'The Bank', launch trailer

By: Jak Connor | More News: Gaming | Posted: 8 hours, 26 mins ago

The official trailer for Hitman 2's first Expansion Pass location has been released, and we get a great display of New York and what will be featured there.



Owners of the Expansion Pass or Expansion Pack 1 will be able to take their Hitman skills to The Bank in a new campaign mission. Not only will players be able to enjoy a new campaign mission but they will also be able to dive into some brand new contracts, new challenges, unlocks, and acquire achievements and more.


According to the official description, "New York will also include its own Mastery Progression system, and each level of location mastery reached will unlock either a new starting point, agency pickup, tool or weapon." Players cans also unlock a new "double-breasted trench coat for Agent 47 (The New Yorker), along with a customized Bartoli 12G shotgun and additional new items, which can all be carried over to other locations and missions." Hitman 2 is available for PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Devil May Cry on Switch looks as good as a Xbox 360 version

By: Jak Connor | More News: Gaming | Posted: 9 hours, 26 mins ago

Capcom's Devil May Cry has released on the Nintendo Switch, and we now have some great side-by-side comparison footage that compares the Switch version with the PS2 version, and an Xbox 360 version.



The footage comes from Direct-Feed Games and gives us a great example of what we will be working with on the Nintendo Switch graphically wise. This comparison shows that the Nintendo Switch version of Devil May Cry sits somewhere in-between that of the Xbox 360 and PS2 - from a graphical perspective.


Some scenes we can we see that the Nintendo Switch version shines better than the Xbox 360, and others it looses out. The PS2 version has completely fallen behind and is easily the worst out of three examples. Overall, if I was to crown one of the platforms king, I would have to give it to the Nintendo Switch version. This is because the color gradient that is used throughout the game seems to be more balanced in the Switch version, and doesn't have a film of whiteness layered over the top that the Xbox 360 one has.

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled - 30FPS lock on all consoles

By: Jak Connor | More News: Gaming | Posted: 10 hours, 26 mins ago

Just last Friday Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled raced onto consoles and now that gamers have gotten their hands-on the new title we have confirmation for what framerate and resolution it runs at.



The above video is by VG Tech and gives us a great side-by-side comparison between Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled running on the PS4/Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Right off the bat we can see that Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled is locked at a measly 30FPS across all systems.


While some could argue that it might not seem necessary for a racing game of this type to exceed 30FPS, I think it still would of been good if the beefier consoles supported 60FPS for a smoother experience. We also find out from the video's description that the Nintendo Switch version of the game runs at 720p in docked mode and only 480p in handheld.

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GOG releases GOG GALAXY 2 into open beta with new features

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Gaming | Posted: 12 hours, 3 mins ago

GOG has unleashed its new GOG GALAXY 2.0 into closed beta with a bunch of new features that all gamers will love, including the ability to import ALL of your games across the PC and consoles into one master collection.




The team explains: "GOG GALAXY 2.0 is an application designed for all gamers, that will allow to combine multiple game libraries into one and connect with friends across all gaming platforms, PC and consoles". This is a very cool feature, as you can also keep track of all of your achievements, hours played in a game, and the games you own -- all in a single location. Your entire library can be customized down to the use of game backgrounds in GOG GALAXY 2.0 which is really cool.


You can sign up for the beta right here.

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Toy Story 4 goes to infinity, and beyond in opening weekend

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: HT & Movies | Posted: 12 hours, 56 mins ago

Now that Toy Story 4 is hitting cinemas we are finding out that the latest movie in the franchise has become the most successful in its opening weekend across the entire Toy Story franchise.




Entertainment Weekly is reporting that the projections for Toy Story 4's opening weekend were much higher at $165 million, much less than the $118 million that it did in its opening weekend. If we compare this to Toy Story 3 from 2010 opening with $110.3 million, Toy Story 4 is performing quite well and is yet another win for both Pixar and Disney.


Pixar is no stranger to flying way above inifinty, and beyond with The Incredibles 2 pulling a huge $182.7 million in its opening weekend, Finding Dory with $135.1 million and is just behind Shrek the Third and its $121.6 million -- Toy Story 4 comes in just behind with $118 million. Toy Story 4 is also the third movie to open at over $100 million in 2019, behind Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel -- both Disney owned movies.

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Apple 16-inch MacBook Pro rumors: new CPU, high-res display

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Laptops | Posted: 13 hours, 31 mins ago

Apple is reportedly working on a new 16-inch MacBook Pro that would sit above its current-gen 15.4-inch MacBook Pro and the super-awesome but now-retired 17-inch MacBook Pro.




The new 16-inch MacBook Pro would rreportedly boast a native 3072 x 1920 resolution, compared to the 2880 x 1800 resolution on the 15.4-inch MacBook Pro. The new 16-inch display would reportedly be provided by LG Display, wouldn't be all-OLED but a future all-OLED model wouldn't be surprising -- it would be damn beautiful, and I hope it comes sooner rather than later.


Analyst Jeff Lin believes the new 16-inch MacBook Pro would pack a new CPU from Intel which should ride up to a new Core i9 chip, and I'm hoping a ton of DDR4 RAM, high-speed storage, and high-end graphics which will be the surprise move. Will Apple use AMD Radeon Vega designs, or could they use a new Navi-based Radeon RX 5700 series solution?

Paris wants flying taxis ready for 2024 Paris Olympics

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: Technology in Vehicles | Posted: 14 hours, 3 mins ago

Not only do we have the 2020 Tokyo Olympics coming next year where we'll see a gigantic push for 8K which will be the new standard for TV, streams, and video -- but the country will be pulling out autonomous taxis, drones, and AI during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.




Airbus, Aeroports de Paris and the Paris Transport Authority are looking at ways of deploying autonomous flkying taxis for the 2024 Paris Olympics, which would autonomously fly passengers from Charles de Gaulle Airport into the city. I can't even imagine a future like that, but it seems we're seeing it being taken seriously for a huge event with so many eyes on it -- reporting on autonomous flying taxis, the actual possible future of travel.


While it's being pushed as a time saver we know it'll only really appeal to those with deeper pockets who want to experience this, as well as the rich and famous. The normal bus or trains from the airport to Paris will take around an hour, so the time saving element -- as well as like Buzz Lightyear famously says he's "falling, with style". You would definitely be arriving into Paris in style, in an autonomous flying taxi like a boss.

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AMD EPYC 7742: 64C/128T for $7800, crushes Intel pricing

By: Anthony Garreffa | More News: CPU, APU & Chipsets | Posted: 14 hours, 47 mins ago

AMD is about to unleash an onslaught of EPYC server CPUs with its new EPYC 7000 series processors about to drop -- built on the exciting new Zen 2 architecture and baked on the fresh 7nm node. We're looking at between 8C/16T through to an incredible 64C/128T on a single CPU socket... but what about pricing?




According to a post on Reddit, a list of SKUs coming in the AMD EPYC 7000 range from 2Compute mean we're to expect 19 new CPUs ranging from 8C/16T, adding 4 or 8 cores along the way through to a whopping 64C/128T. HotHardware compiled a list of specs and approximate price conversions between the listed EU price and into USD which we've got below.


If we compare that against Intel's best Xeon Platinum 8180 which is a 28C/56T processor (2.5-3.8GHz with a 205W TDP) which costs $10,000 -- AMD has it in the bag with the core/thread game and EPYC. The upcoming Intel Xeon Platinum 9282 will have 56C/112T will have clocks of between 2.6-3.8GHz but a huge TDP of 400W, with price estimates putting it in the $20,000 or higher bracket -- insanity compared to the less-than-$8000 for the 64C/128T offering in EPYC 7742.


The new EPYC 7000 series CPUs can also be used in dual-CPU servers, with any model ending with 'P' capable of doing into a dual-socket board. This means you could buy 2 x AMD EPYC 7702P processors and have a total of 128C/256T for less than $10,000 -- 256 threads for the cost of what Intel provides with just 56 threads. Crazy, huh?

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