Nintendo continues riding the Animal Crossing wave while Sony and Microsoft prepare to release high-end, next-gen consoles amid one of the worst economic downturns in U.S. history. Both Microsoft and Sony have confirmed that the Series X and PS5 should still ship on their expected holiday 2020 timeline. In terms of exclusive IP, however, that largely remains a mystery mere months ahead of release, with the major exception of Halo Infinite. … [Read more...] about Paper Mario proves that 2020 is Nintendo’s year
Calling every major Intel processor Core, Piednoel argued, doesn't give customers enough information about how to buy Intel products, which is why he thinks code names still work their way into common use. While Piednoel acknowledged to me that the Core branding was clever when it first started, because every computer needs cores, he also said "When Sean Maloney decided to call it 'core,' a lot of people were confused, because it's hardly predictable. It's a common name, so you can't really put a brand on this. Intel does, but you know, the core of an apple is not something you can brand." … [Read more...] about Deciphering Intel’s Codenames: What’s With All the Lakes?
That’s a whole lot of good family-friendly content to take in, and you won’t have to wait much longer to play it. Animal Crossing: New Horizons launches on March 20, 2020. We’ll be hoarding our Bells in order to pay off our mortgages ahead of time. … [Read more...] about Animal Crossing: New Horizons wants to take you on a dream vacation