Tag: gaming

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 […]

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.

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.

It’s Been a Nice Year

A look back at UltraRare Drop’s 2018, and welcoming in the New Year.

PCBS Update v0.9.3 Adds New Partner, Hardware, Updates

The latest update went live December 12th and introduced yet another partner for the game. G.Skill, a RAM provider, has been added, with several of their stylish RGB sticks added to the Shop.

PC Building Simulator

Sunday morning, I picked up PC Building Simulator on Steam. Since then, I’ve downloaded the game, and played it exclusively. I’m sitting at 27 hours played as of this post, and I have plans to continue playing the game the rest of today.