You can easily spend 40 hours in Final Fantasy VII Remake, though it’s a lot more linear than many games on this list. This is great for those who want to focus on the game’s story and characters, without having to worry about traversing a huge open world. There’s a time and place for that, but linearity works in this game’s favor, tremendously. It’s a remake that works better than you might expect — and while it does have some shortcomings, it’s overall one of the PS4’s best single-player games. Better yet, is that we have more Final Fantasy VII Remake to look forward to, as part 2 (or whatever it will be called, officially) is in the works as we speak! … [Read more...] about The best single-player games (August 2020)
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The ultra-wide camera still has 12 megapixels, as does the telephoto sensor, but it’s not the technically superior one found on the Note 20 Ultra. The processor is the same but the RAM drops to 8GB and the phone only comes with 256GB of storage space. The battery is a little smaller at 4,300mAh and doesn’t have the Ultra Wideband (UWB) technology found in the Ultra. While there aren’t many uses for this now, it’s likely to become more interesting in the future. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra hands-on: The best Galaxy phones ever?
Mark of the Ninja: Remastered Stealth games are often the first to make use of groundbreaking new visual technology, but you don’t need ridiculously detailed characters and environments to create a rewarding stealth experience. Klei’s Mark of the Ninja is proof of that, with its 2D perspective and Saturday morning cartoon graphics pairing perfectly with simple and satisfying sneaking. With a few different tools at your disposal and the ability to quickly dart around environments to avoid being spotted by security, you truly feel like a ninja, and your relative fragility encourages moving around or behind enemies instead of trying to take them head-on. … [Read more...] about The best Mac games (August 2020)
its a priority for us to keep working on reducing the overall size of MW & WZ on your hard drives, but at the same time also delivering new seasons for everyone to enjoy. we'll continue to work on this and keep pushing space reductions out with future updates. … [Read more...] about Modern Warfare developer will address controversial file sizes
Host virtual movie nights with Netflix Party Dig for the best hidden gems on Netflix Get ready to laugh with the best comedies on Netflix August is traditionally a slow period for TV series and movies and, even with the strangeness of 2020, Netflix isn’t exactly bucking that trend. Some cult classics like A Knight’s Tale and The Addams Family will hit the streamer, as well as award-winning favorites like Jurassic Park and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Also, there are new seasons of Netflix Original Lucifer, Brazilian dystopian thriller 3%, and a new Netflix Original blockbuster starring Jamie Foxx, Project Power. The streamer is also adding both seasons of YouTube Red’s quirky but popular Karate Kid spinoff Cobra Kai. … [Read more...] about What’s new on Netflix, and what’s leaving in August 2020