“He fell before my sword.” – Getsu Fuma Den – Konami:
I want so badly to post the screens from the game’s ending… they are glorious. But I can’t, cause I feel as though I would be robbing people of the joy of seeing them after finishing this amazing title themselves!
If you care anything for the NES/Famicom and have not played this, please, I urge you to treat yourself to it. I’m beyond impressed.
Shown off briefly as part of their Twitch Commerce announcement, Twitch has revealed more about the special Twitch Crates which will be coming as part of its general shop update. Appearing whenever you buy a game or an item worth more than $4…
DC Comics recently launched several books based on classic Hanna-Barbera properties. Animated shows such as The Flintstones, Wacky Racers, and Scooby-Doo have been reimagined in strange ways. For example, the Scooby Apocalypse comic features the Myster…
In der neusten Ausgabe der Videoshow Around the Verse geben die Entwickler einen ausführlichen Einblick in die kommenden Mega Maps sowie einen kurzen Ausblick auf die weiblichen Charakter-Modelle sowie weitere Details.
After a lightning fast Kickstarter back in February, Spiritwalk Games have announced that Shardbound will be coming to Steam Early Access on April 6. Mixing elements of collectible card games with strategy RPGs, Shardbound has players buildin…
It may be the most powerful gaming handheld ever made, but Switch’s peak battery life of three hours while running Zelda Breath of the Wild – or two hours 37 minutes at maximum brightness – is the price we pay for this level of fidelity. Thankfully, there are plenty of inexpensive options for extending a play session on the go. Nintendo’s use of the USB-C standard opens the door to a range of external batteries, where even a £19 power costing can triple your overall game time.
In our Nintendo Switch hardware review, we tried a cheap GYMLE portable charger rated at 10,000mAh, but found gameplay in Zelda extended only by four hours, 13 minutes at max brightness. Conversion efficiency isn’t great on this model, but it’s an example of how expectations need to be managed when it comes to claims about battery capacity. Virtually all mobile devices use 5v, whereas portable charger ratings are based on just 3.7v. The bottom line is this: if you get 70 per cent of the advertised capacity, you’re doing well.
The GYMLE results still fell short and we believed that we could do much better – and we have, across a trio of use-case scenarios. We targeted three specific categories: the smallest and lightest power bank, the best value in terms of battery life vs cost and finally, the maximum battery life we could get from a product that still offered reasonable value – we set a maximum price of £50 here.