iRacing: You could do a lot more with $13 USD a month.

iRacing is a beautifully crafted game with stunning vehicles and amazing graphics. Unfortunately, the game is extremely expensive, $140 Australian Dollars annually expensive. iRacing costs $13 USD a month, $65 USD every 6 months and $109 USD every year. But you're not done yet. If you wish to buy additional cars, they cost a one-time … Continue reading iRacing: You could do a lot more with $13 USD a month.

4 Million Copies of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Have Been Sold

Steam's Early Access Program has many great games on offer in beta, but, one of the most popular ones, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, has passed 4 million pre-release purchases, totalling sales of around 150 million Australian Dollars. https://twitter.com/BattleRoyaleMod/status/877996976356286464 PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is developed by South Korean company Bluehole, founded in 2007. Bluehole describes their game as "a last-man-standing … Continue reading 4 Million Copies of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Have Been Sold

Rockstar Games Adjusts Their Modding Policy Due To OpenIV Backlash

Rockstar and Take-Two seem to be bowing to the pressure of 47,000 negative steam reviews in the last 30 days as well as 78,000 signatures on the 'save OpenIV' petition by adjusting their stance on single player mods, saying they "generally" won't take action against modders. Early this month, the developers of OpenIV revealed that they … Continue reading Rockstar Games Adjusts Their Modding Policy Due To OpenIV Backlash

Take Two Interactive’s Massive Mistake

If you haven't already heard about Take-Two Interactive's decision to send the creator of Open IV a 'cease and desist' order to stop distribution of the software modding solution for Grand Theft Auto 5, welcome out of hibernation. The recent internet storm brewing has been the PR disaster that is Rockstar Games' parent company, Take-Two Interactive, … Continue reading Take Two Interactive’s Massive Mistake

Microsoft Announce the Surface Laptop, Starting at $1499 AUD.

Today, Microsoft announced their new laptop, the Surface Laptop as well as an updated version of Windows 10, Windows 10S, designed to help boost performance and bolster security, making apps only available from the Windows Store. The Surface Laptop will come in a variety of models with all models having a 13.5 inch PixelSense Display … Continue reading Microsoft Announce the Surface Laptop, Starting at $1499 AUD.