John Boyne accidentally includes Zelda video game monsters in novel | Books

John Boyne, the award-winning author of The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, has acknowledged that a cursory Google led to him accidentally including monsters from the popular video game The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild in his new novel. Boyne’s A Traveller at the Gates of Wisdom opens Continue Reading

Lazarus on the hunt for big game- Tempemail

We may only be six months in, but there’s little doubt that 2020 will go down in history as a rather unpleasant year. In the field of cybersecurity, the collective hurt mostly crystallized around the increasing prevalence of targeted ransomware attacks. By investigating a number of these incidents and through Continue Reading

Creaks review – a darkly surreal puzzle game | Games

In the Kafkaesque opening to Creaks, a young man finds a mysterious door leading from his tiny cluttered bedsit to a surreal subterranean kingdom threatened by a giant monster. He must now work his way through a succession of cryptic escape rooms, each inhabited by strange enemies with predictable patrol Continue Reading

Before I Forget review: compassionate game about living with dementia | Games

You wake up in a handsome apartment, sparsely furnished, the walls and tables covered in Post-it notes. Each one is a scribbled reminder (the date) or a stern warning (leave the hob alone). The mementoes on your shelves, the pictures on the wall, the photos in the frames remain blank Continue Reading

The 25 greatest video game consoles – ranked! | Games

25. 3DO (1993) The second true 32-bit machine after the FM Towns Marty, the 3DO was available via a unique business model: the 3DO Company (formed by Electronic Arts founder Trip Hawkins) licensed its technical specifications to third-party manufacturers such as Sanyo and Panasonic, which then built their own versions. Continue Reading

The Last of Us Part II: the blockbuster game breaking LGBTQ+ barriers | Games

A withdrawn-looking 19-year-old leans against the bar in a rustic barn decorated with fairy lights, watching other people dance, taking nervous sips. She is looking at another young woman who is spinning around the room with a couple of different guys. “I hate these things,” says a friend standing next Continue Reading

The Last of Us Part 2 is a horror game and that’s why it hurts | Games

• This article contains story details from throughout the game. It’s the sound effects that really get to you. The strangulated gurgle of a slashed throat, the wet schlump of an axe hitting a skull, the gloopy splatter of a shotgun blast to the torso. For those coming to The Continue Reading

Sony Resets PS5 Game Event for 11 June – Everything You Need to Know | Tempemail

Sourced from The Verge Last week, Sony postponed a planned event to show off new games for its upcoming PlayStation 5 video game console due for release during the holiday season later this year. The event was postponed as the company wanted to “allow more important voices to be heard” Continue Reading

Global Video Game Market to Hit $92 Billion in Value This Year | Tempemail

Sourced from Wikimedia. As one of the leading forms of entertainment today, the video games industry continues to generate remarkable profits from its huge player base. According to data gathered by GCN, the global video games market is set to jump over $92 billion value in 2020, growing by 10.9% Continue Reading

NAB tells staff to up their digital and data game – Finance – Training & Development – Software- Tempemail

NAB’s chief people officer Susan Ferrier. NAB placed extra emphasis on having its 40,000 staff develop their data and digital skills while on lockdown, converting thousands of training programs to run online in the process. Chief people officer Susan Ferrier told SAP’s virtual Sapphire Now conference that the bank saw Continue Reading