Focus on the community – Aztecross > News

Whether you’re looking for someone to share some great new building ideas with or just want some general advice for an ever-evolving world Fate 2Our latest Community Focus program is here to bring excitement and help to any ranger trying to up their game. That’s right, guys, we finally got Aztecross here for what many … Read more

Focus on the community – Aztecross > News

Whether you’re looking for someone to share some great new building ideas with or just want some general advice for an ever-evolving world Fate 2Our latest Community Focus program is here to bring excitement and help to any ranger trying to up their game. That’s right, guys, we finally got Aztecross here for what many … Read more

Rollback Netcode is coming to Dragon Ball Z and Samurai Shodown

picture: Bandai Namco EVO, the biggest fighting game event of the year, happened over the weekend, and in terms of news, perhaps the biggest announcement was that not one but two matches will get Rollback nAlgorithm improvements over the next 12 months. Don’t know what that means, or why it is important? i got you! … Read more

Rollback Netcode is coming to Dragon Ball Z and Samurai Shodown

picture: Bandai Namco EVO, the biggest fighting game event of the year, happened over the weekend, and in terms of news, perhaps the biggest announcement was that not one but two matches will get Rollback nAlgorithm improvements over the next 12 months. Don’t know what that means, or why it is important? i got you! … Read more

Arcade vs. game. The new PS Plus, the comparison we had to make

picture: Sony / Microsoft / Kotaku Two months ago, Sony reimagined PS Plus, the long-term membership program for PlayStation owners. Now, it looks just like Microsoft Game Pass: for about the same amount of money, both offer access to a Netflix-style on-demand game library. Obviously, we had to stack the two services against each other. … Read more

Arcade vs. game. The new PS Plus, the comparison we had to make

picture: Sony / Microsoft / Kotaku Two months ago, Sony reimagined PS Plus, the long-term membership program for PlayStation owners. Now, it looks just like Microsoft Game Pass: for about the same amount of money, both offer access to a Netflix-style on-demand game library. Obviously, we had to stack the two services against each other. … Read more