All posts by Wrexus

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Anthem’s February 23rd Patch Notes

This was posted yesterday on the Anthem subreddit, and I missed it because… I was playing Anthem. Anyhow, if you want to read the actual post, you can find that here.

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Anthem Launch Day

With Anthem finally releasing worldwide today, I’ll list some of the current known issues, bugs, and errors. I saw a post earlier on Reddit’s r/AnthemTheGame subreddit about loss of framerate after yesterday’s 5GB+ patch, usually […]

HackNet

This time home, I did some more digging around for good games that fly under my radar. I’ve come across a few gems, but Hacknet has really surprised me. I found it on Steam under […]

3 Months Later, Smok Novo Going Strong

Three months ago, almost exactly to the day, I made a post about trying out the Smok Novo. I later did a little update a few weeks after, but I’ve put the Novo through its […]

I Got Bored And Spent 3 Hours on Rainmeter Skins

I got bored while watching shitty TV, and couldn’t sleep either. Started fooling around on the couch with my laptop, and remembered Rainmeter. If you don’t know, Rainmeter is a desktop customization tool, allowing you […]

Restoring Cars in Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 is Ludicrously Lucrative

I started restoring cars in the game’s Normal mode. The initial one was actually an order, an older vehicle with nearly every single part at 50% life, give or take. I had to completely gut […]

Car Mechanic Simulator 2018

I picked up Car Mechanic Simulator 2018 yesterday, along with Thief Simulator, in a discounted bundle on Steam. For $20 each, I couldn’t complain about getting two simulators that I’ve been watching for a while.

UltraRare Drop is on Steam!

Since I’ve been buying more games on Steam, I decided to create a group on Steam. You can find UltraRare Drop by clicking here or by searching for the name. The current theme will be […]

Bungie and Activision Part Ways, Questions Remain

Announced January 10th, 2019, Bungie and Activision have gone their separate ways. Bungie still holds the rights to Destiny, naturally, and will self-publish for the foreseeable future.