Der 386SX-LT ist ein Laptop von Commodore, der auf den ersten Blick an die weit verbreitete “C386SX-LT” Variante erinnert. Bei genaueren Betrachten wird man allerdings feststellen, dass der Rechner in einen anderen Gehäuse untergebracht wurde. Auch im Inneren findet man einige Unterschiede: Der 386er Prozessor von AMD taktet mit 25Mhz (statt 16Mhz), der Co-Prozessor hingegen wurde von Intel hergestellt. Die 60MB Festplatte bietet genug Platz für Windows 3.1 und DOS. Auf der Rückseite des Gerätes sind unter einer Klappe eine VGA-, eine serielle- und eine parallele Schnittstelle untergebracht.
“As a comedian your job is to be funny. Sexist jokes are not funny. Be funny about something else. Is it so hard to create humour that doesnt dehumanize people? And yes I agree that there should always be a balance between political correctness and free speech. I just believe we can be funny without hurting each other. What do you think?”
Someone on Change.org is petitioning to make sure Bloodborne isn’t released for PC because we’re ‘elitist douchebags’ and said ‘If they want to play Bloodborne they should buy a PS4 like gentlemen.’
Yeah because I can afford to fork out £300 for a console just to play this one game. And the funniest thing about 500 people have already signed this, like the developers will see this and say ‘well the dudebros said we shouldn’t release it on PC, I guess we have to obey the dudebros and lose profit by not spreading this game to other platforms‘. Please the developers are looking at you all like this
I had no idea this whole PC vs Console gamer thing was so serious…and completely stupid.
But as a Gamer who is saving up to upgrade to a Gaming Laptop and play some Far Cry 4, I should probably care a little about Gaming news.
Description: “Yooka-Laylee is an all-new 3D platformer from the creative talent behind the Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country games. We’ve come together to form Playtonic Games and create a spiritual successor to our most cherished work from the past!”
Yooka-Laylee is an all-new 3D platformer from the creative talent behind the Banjo-Kazooie and Donkey Kong Country games. We’ve come together to form Playtonic Games and create a spiritual successor to our most cherished work from the past!
Our new heroes, Yooka (the green bloke with no pants) and Laylee
(the wisecracking lady-bat with the big nose) were conceptualised from
the ground up for stellar platforming gameplay, created by the same
character artist behind the rebooted Donkey Kong family and legendary
N64 heroes Banjo and Kazooie.
Using an arsenal of special moves like Yooka’s tongue grapple and
Laylee’s tactical sonar blast, players will explore – and expand –
gorgeous 3D worlds drawn up by esteemed environment artist Steven Hurst
(Banjo-Kazooie series, Viva Pinata) and through skill discover the
plethora of delicious collectibles hidden within.
Update: Teaser site open here. The team is entirely comprised of those who were formerly from Rare. We also have this piece of art:
This month’s issue of EDGE
contains an interview with Playtonic. The studio’s first game will be a
spiritual successor to Banjo Kazooie, and the team seems to have quite a
bit of interest in the Wii U.
As stated in the magazine:
a history of working with Nintendo so we’d naturally love to see our
game on a Nintendo platform. If people tell us to make Wii U our target
console platform then we’ve got the flexibility to do that.”
has funding, but the company would like to team up with a publisher if
the two sides were interesting in working together. The plan is to first
release this game on Steam Early Access, followed by consoles.
- Six Rare veterans have formed a new studio, called
- The studio plans to expand to 15 staff
- First game,
, is a spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie
- The studio hopes to release the game on the Wii U