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27th February, 2022
Today, there was a Pokémon Presents video! Its Pokémon Day! Check out the video below and then come back for some thoughts on it.
Happy Pokémon Day!
Today’s Pokémon Presents video didn’t seem great at first. There were a lot of updates to the mobile/Switch spinoffs and then a small update for Brillant Diamond/Shining Pearl and a slightly bigger update for Pokémon Arceus. It seemed pretty disappointing…
A live action trailer started. I admit I thought it was…
Google Pixel phones for many years was seen as the premier device for snapping photos and taking videos, but over the years, the competition has understandably caught up to Google, who perhaps was a bit complacent over the past few years. It seems like that is about to change with the Google Pixel 6.
As we reported earlier this year, My Time at Portia - the fantastic farming and life simulation game - was heading to mobile after having a very successful run on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and Steam. We've been playing with the mobile build for well over a week now, and while we obviously haven't made it through everything the game has to offer, we have played our fair share and can easily tell you how this game ports over to Android and iOS.
There is no doubt that people get more encouraged with fast visual results. And that is the reason they prefer videos instead of other visual content. What people wish to see the most is an engaging video. It can fascinate viewers longer and intensely.
For instance, you can design a personalized compact video for your followers and share it with them. What’s important is to know that there’s always the possibility to find monetized YouTube channels for sale, such as…
When you hear TCL you probably are doing one of two things - you are either mixing it up, and thinking about the popular TV channel, or you are thinking about budget friendly televisions with tons of great features. But TCL has been hard at work in the mobile phone spaces as well, including launching a BlackBerry phone a few years back, as well as their own branded phone, the TCL 10 Pro. TCL is at it again, launching another smart phone into the marketplace, and while we felt the 10 Pro ...
While Google Stadia has been getting a lot of bad press lately - not all of it accurate and fair mind you - there are still many folks around the world who absolutely love the ability to play their games whenever, wherever. I'm part of that group. Through a great relationship with Google, we have had the opportunity to review these titles on a fairly consistent basis, and FIFA 21 might be one of my favourites.
I've played Titan Quest a lot lately - on PC, on Xbox One, on the Nintendo Switch, and lately, on my Google Pixel 5G. While the game has slightly improved with each play through, the biggest leap in quality and playability actually comes with the mobile release, which is something I wasn't expecting. While it's still on a perfect experience - as you cannot change the games problems simply by moving it to a new system - the portability of the mobile version makes this an easy recommendation ...
Draw your swords, sharpen your axes, don your armor, and ready your shields! Titan Quest: Legendary Edition is available on mobile devices now!
CES week is always a hectic time, and even more so with the current global pandemic raging. Still, companies are finding new and creative ways to showcase some of their new products, and TCL is no different, launching new lines of mobile and tablet devices that are meant to suit multiple groups of people. Let's dive deeper into what was unveiled today!
Television units are becoming shockingly expensive again, after nearly a decade of prices slowly decreasing. Brand new technology, including brand new consoles such as the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X, are so powerful, they are demanding more from television sets than ever before. With the introduction of HDMI 2.1 - which will allow gamers to play games at 4K resolution at 120 frames per second - might be the single biggest contributor to increased prices. So what's a person to do if ...