When I first saw the trailer for Maize I was confused. In fact, I was speechless. I knew there was only one way to figure out what that cryptic video meant: by playing it.
Yahoo lets us in on another 1 billion user info breach, VR rivals agree to form a VR alliance for lackluster VR sales, and we bring a Gear VR into the studio and let you know if it is ready for prime time.
Netflix relents and finally allows you to download movies, you are now protected when leaving a bad review online, 40% of all of Steam’s games were released this year, and Hannah Tallan reviews voxel-based sandbox game, The Kindred.
Mobile Internet usage surpasses desktop, Earthlink dial-up still exists & is now merging with a new company, Google has 7 services used by more than a billion people, and we discuss the world of PC gaming circa 2016.
Microsoft ceases some Windows sales, Steam Store pages can no longer post fake screenshots, Filmstruck, the FCC votes to protect consumers, and a look at Skyrim Special Edition.
The recent DDOS attack, Uber’s self-driving truck company, our gadgets are causing car interiors to change, and a review of Seasons After Fall.