Black Panther Hour, Facebook Gaming, Snoop Dogg Plays, God Of War – 386
We have a heated discussion about a Black Panther article. We also discuss Facebook’s Gaming platform for Creators, Snoop Dog Plays, Tomb Raider and God of War Impressions.
- The Play Store hit 19 billion downloads in Q4 2017, increasing its lead over Apple’s App Store to 145%
- VirtualBox Guest Additions to be included in Linux Kernel
- Ubuntu 18.04 LTS will use an older version of Nautilus so that users can put icons on the desktop. Upstream GNOME has removed desktop support in Nautilus 3.28.
- Wine 3.0 Released with Direct3D 11 Support
- How to install Slack in Ubuntu
- 12 Thunderbird Addons
- How to Migrate all your Data from Google Chrome to Firefox
- Google Assistant now supports voice match for multiple Netflix profiles
- Spike TV
- Deadline reports the sequel starring Dwayne Johnson has now grossed $701.7 million worldwide, with the split being $408 million internationally and $293.7 million domestically.
- Star Wars: Episode IX director J.J. Abrams is working on a new sci-fi drama series.
- Tomb Raider, Trailer
- Youtube Kills Ad Revenue for Smaller Creators
- Twitch Introduces New ‘Video Producer Tools’
- The third Cloverfield film may not see a traditional theatrical release, but instead premiere on Netflix.
- Vince McMahon’s XFL Will Return in 2020
- Instagram now supports GIFS in stories
- Will be the year Hollywood stopped only catering to white men, Black Panther article on Syfy.com “Black Panther might be the biggest, blackest movie ever made. And white nerds are going to have to go see it, because it’s a Marvel movie. They are going to have to learn to identify with someone who doesn’t look like them, who doesn’t live where they live, who doesn’t talk or act they way they do. They are going to have to learn cinematic empathy.” OH BOY!
- Over 10 million fans tuned in to streaming platforms to watch the first week of the Overwatch League.
- Toys R Us is set to close 182 stores across the US, the company announced today in a statement.
- According to Nintendo, reporting numbers from analysts The NPD Group, Nintendo Switch moved 1.5 million units in the month of December, making it the top-selling console in the United States once again.
- After eight years as Activision Publishing CEO, Eric Hirshberg will depart the company in March – Eric has had a great run, has delivered many historic successes and is departing on a high note after a great year in 2017. As of December 21, 2017, Call of Duty®: WWII and Destiny 2 were the #1 and #2 top-selling console games of 2017 in North America, based on revenue
- THQ Nordic’s 2009 third-person shooter Red Faction: Guerrilla reportedly gearing up for a re-release on PS4 and Xbox One.
- All Microsoft Studios games will launch on Xbox Game Pass at the same time as in shops, Microsoft has announced.
- Microsoft working on Elite Controller 2, rumor has it
- With “heavy hearts” Epic has closed down Paragon
- Hunt: Showdown – the new bounty hunting game from Crysis developer Crytek – has opened registrations for a closed Alpha testing phase, which will begin on January 31.
- Paladins X Edition Bundle Is Now Available For Xbox One
- Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition is now available for MSRP $39.99 on PlayStation 4 in North America and PC
- PlayStation 4 hacked: pirate software available, more PS2 titles running
- PlayStation Essentials Sale
- Nintendo Labo, DIY cardboard kits
- Destiny 2: Bungie Acknowledges Rally Token Throttling, plans to make changes to it’s shader system
- Snoop Dogg plays SOS on Twitch, smokes blunt live.
- Metal Gear Survive
- Anthem delayed
- Facebook Gaming
- God of War Trailer
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