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Sword Art Online Alicization Lycoris Launching May 22


The world of Bandai Namco’s Sword Art Online Alicization Lycoris will be ready to explore on May 22.

This title will follow the same storyline as the Sword Art Online Alicization anime series, and features Kirito as he enters a mysterious yet familiar virtual world known as “Underworld.” Fan favorite characters, including Alice, Eugeo, and Administrator will also make their appearance.

Learn more with the trailer below:

SWORD ART ONLINE Alicization Lycoris – Street Date Announcement Trailer

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Pre-orders are now open, and comes with four winning outfits from the Sword Art Online Original Costume Design Contest. In-game currency is also included as an added bonus.

Source: Press Release
Sword Art Online Alicization Lycoris Launching May 22

The world of Bandai Namco’s Sword Art Online Alicization Lycoris will be ready to explore on May 22

Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Trailer Leaked

Get ready to jump back into the worlds of PlatinumGames’ Bayonetta and Vanquish – both titles are coming back in early 2020

DJMAX Respect V Coming to Steam This Winter

After making waves on the PlayStation 4, Neowiz and Rocky Studio are bringing DJMAX Respect V to Steam this winter

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Gets Battle System Trailer

Scope out the battle system coming to Atlus and Intelligent Systems’ Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore with the latest trailer for the title

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Terrawurm Review

Death is imminent in Prospect Games and Tri-Heart Interactive’s new arcade-like title Terrawurm. Tasking players with running for their lives on a distant planet, does this adventure prove to be more than a futile battle?

Terrawurm Review

A brief story can be found in this title, shown briefly before the title screen. Taking place in the far off year of 2064, a global conflict forced humans to flee Earth to Pluto. Devolving into “hoomans,” they set out to find some space fuel in the form of gems to seek out a better planet. However, the Terrawurm is right on their tail, and these brave souls must run for their lives.

It’s not like this story matters that much anyway, as the game focuses squarely on the action. Your band of hoomans commandeers an egg-shaped, six wheeled vehicle, one that is pretty slow going. The square-faced Terrawurm follows your every moment, and stopping for a breather means the game is over. Making their escape, players must avoid crashing into rocks and collect as many gems as they can along the way. The game provides four basic objectives: move, avoid, collect, and use.

It’s a pretty basic concept, but it works as it should. Though rocks randomly spawn on the somewhat small playing field, avoiding obstacles provides a thrill. The game never gives you enough comfort throughout, keeping you on your toes. There are a number of power-ups to be had that provide a brief advantage, including a drill and a magnet. Those who finally succumb to this terror can see how they did time-wise and how many gems they collected compared to their personal best.

Terrawurm - Gamers Heroes

Unfortunately, Terrawurm is a basic game at its core. This isn’t the type of game that will captivate players for hours on end; the average playthrough lasts a few minutes, and most players will have seen everything the game has to offer before too long. Players can always grind for gems to unlock additional power-ups, and can also shoot for a local high score, but there is not too much to keep gamers coming back. There is a set amount of challenges to be had and a dozen Steam achievements, but don’t expect to play this game for hours on end.

It should be worth noting though that the aesthetics in place here manage to stand out. The opening stills are somewhat amateur by design, but the bright colors and low poly look give this fast-paced title some personality.

Terrawurm is a structurally sound arcade-like title, but its overly simplistic design hampers its replayability. It’s fun for what it is, but don’t expect to be engaged in the long term.

This review of Terrawurm was done on the PC. The game was purchased digitally.
Terrawurm Review

Death is imminent in Prospect Games and Tri-Heart Interactive’s new arcade-like title Terrawurm. Tasking players with running for their lives on a distant planet, does this adventure prove to be more

Phoenix Point Review

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Tekken 7 gets two new fighters

The best Tekken players from all over the world are taking part in the Tekken World Tour Finals 2019 which took place yesterday in Bangkok, Thailand at KBank Siam Pic-Ganesha Theatre. The qualifying rounds started in April with plenty of spectacular combats and the competition, wich a prize pool of $200,000, has culminated in an amazing final that produced a new champion, THY|Chikurin playing with Geese Howard and Akuma.

The event has been the perfect scenario to announce two DLCs for Tekken 7 which will introduce a couple of new fighters into the game – Muay Thai champion Fahkumram and Ganryu.

Fahkumram is a gigantic Muay Thai champion able to deliver powerful blows. Not much has been revealed about his origins but according to the footage in the video he seems to be captive by military forces and he is fighting for the freedom of his family, whose members are presumably being held as hostages to force Fahkumran fighting. It’s quite doubtful that even with their guns the soldiers would be able to stop him otherwise.

Nothing at all has been revealed about Ganryu but he shows some powerful moves in the video, striking sumo-style with his hands and throwing his opponent in the air as if it was a ragged doll.

Both fighters are included along with Zafina and Leroy in Tekken 7 Season Pass 3, but you can also purchase them separately. No release date has been confirmed for any of the DLC but they should arrive in the following months along with a new Thailand stage for Tekken 7.

With the recent addition of improvements for the Training Mode, the introduction of the in-game frame data display and Punishment Guides for the characters, Bandai Namco has managed to make Tekken 7 a bit more friendly for the newcomers while maintaining its complexity and difficulty level for experts who want to take advantage of the new features and perfect their gameplay.

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Two new DLC are available for Tropico 6

There are many management games that allow you to create and develop your own nation through the ages. Probably the most popular franchise is Sid Meier’s Civilization, but there are quite many games that take on a different setting to deliver completely different gameplay to the players adding a lot of fun in the process. This is the case of the Tropico series. The management simulator published by Kalypso Media lets you play as the almighty ruler of a Caribbean banana republic. As El Presidente, you decide the fate of the citizens of Tropico, the way your nation develops through the ages but you are also in charge of the international politics of your nation.

The latest game in the series is Tropico 6, which among many other novelties allows players to expand the territory of their nation beyond a single island through the construction of bridges and methods of transportation. The game allows you to develop your nation through four different ages, building a legacy that will maintain you and your descendants as the rulers of the country, while indulging yourself with the whimsical arbitrariness of absolute power within your frontiers.

Tropico 6 is expanding its content with two new DLC which are already available to all players who own the game. The first one, Seguridad Social, is a free DLC that adds a new map called Rio for Tropico 6’s sandbox mode and new warehouse building for trading material. The second one, The LLama of Wall Street is the first paid DLC for Tropico 6, and it adds new features to allow El Presidente to influence the in-game economy by manipulating the stock market and altering the value of goods. The LLama of Wall Street also adds random economic events and a few new buildings that have an impact on the industry and economy of Tropico 6, like the Trade Institute, Toy Workshop, and Smart Furniture Studio.

If you want to know how it feels to be the dictatorial ruler of your own Caribbean country but you don’t own Tropico 6 yet, you just have to visit our comparator to find it at the best price.

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How Do You Partition A Hard Drive?

Drive C and D are part of the hard disk drive (HDD) or more commonly known as hard drive. If you find drives C and D in your PC, then it means it already has one partition. But can you make more partitions? Yes, you can. Computer users do this if they want to separate data and programs, or if they want to have another operating system on their computer.

Drive C is the main partition that contains the operating system, system files, applications, programs, and data related to them. Drive D, on the other hand, is used only for back up storage. Why C and D though? What happened to A and B?

 

But first things first. Keep in mind that HDDs along with SSDs (Solid State Drive), DVDs (Digital Versatile Disc), CD-ROMs (Compact Disc-Read Only Memory) are physical storage devices. And they have two volumes. Now that we got that out of the way, what did happen to A and B?

 

A and B were letters assigned for floppy drives and the older tape drives back then. And since such things no longer exist (well, technically, they still do but they are no longer in use), the letter assignment was awarded to the next line: C and D. Succeeding letters will be for other storage drives both internal and external.

 

But again, before we proceed with the partition, you might want to take extra precaution when it comes to your data and files.

 

The first thing you want to do is have backup. Back up as many files as you can: photos, music, videos, documents, and other important files.

Make a full image backup of the entire drive if you don’t already have one. Disasters happen.

(Via:https://www.pcworld.com/article/2066191/how-to-partition-a-hard-drive.html)

 

Ensure that there is enough space.

Make sure you have enough free room on the existing partition to create the new one.

You might also want to empty the recycle bin.

If you still don’t have enough room, you can move files to an external drive. Once the partitioning is done, you can move them back to a new partition.

(Via:https://www.pcworld.com/article/2066191/how-to-partition-a-hard-drive.html)

 

Next, open or run the partition tool.

Open Windows partitioning tool. Windows comes with a reasonably useful partitioning tool. It will probably serve your needs, and if it doesn’t, you’ll know soon enough. To open it, type partition into the search bar, then click on Create and format hard disk partitions. (In Windows 8, type partitions—yes, you need the s).

(Via:https://www.pcworld.com/article/2066191/how-to-partition-a-hard-drive.html)

 

Shrink the current partition.

Right-click the partition and select Shrink Volume.

Then wait. It may take a while Eventually, a dialog box will ask how much you want the partition shrunk. The default number will be the maximum available.

And therein lies Disk Management’s problem. If the current partition has 228GB free, you should be able to shrink it by anything less than 228GB. But Disk Management may not let you shrink it anywhere near that much. If the program won’t allow you to shrink the partition as much as you want, skip to the last paragraph.

Let’s assume that Disk Management allows you to shrink the partition sufficiently. In that case, set the right size,

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25 Top Command Examples to Monitor Linux Server Performance

The Top utility tool is a handy tool that gives Linux users a peek at the performance statistics on their systems. You can use it to monitor resource metrics such as memory usage, CPU, load average, uptime and processes that are running on the system.

Top utility tool gives the user an overview of the system’s crucial performance statistics. The image below is a screenshot of the terminal showing the system’s statistics such as users logged in, tasks, uptime, CPU utilization, memory utilization and swap usage.

top-command-linux-output

Every column above represents different information as the horizontal lines indicate a summary of the different areas running in the system. Let us analyze some of the columns for better understanding.

PID –  This stands for Process ID. Every running process on the Linux systems bears a PID

USER – This is the user running the process or use that the process is running under.

PR – Indicates process priority from the Linux Kernel

NI –  represents the nice value that matches the user space. The value ranges from -20 as the highest figure, 0 the default, and +19 as the lowest. There is a relationship between nice value and priority which is PR = 20 + NI

VIRT – represents the amount of virtual memory the process is using. It also describes the virtual size of a process.

RES – Defines the resident memory capacity.

SHR – This refers to shared memory that a process is assigned.  It also indicates how much of the VIRT is available for sharing in terms of libraries or memory.

  • S – Represents the status of a particular process that has the following values:
  • D – A process waiting for something to happen
  • R – Ready to run the process
  • S – Process sleep state waiting for a trigger
  • T – Indicates a traced or stopped process
  • Z – Indicates a dead process (Zombie process) or one that has completed execution

%CPU – time the task has been using since the last update. On machines with more than CPU, the percentage can be more than 100%

%MEM – a percentage of the available physical memory a process is using

TIME+ – Represents the total time a task is utilizing since it was started

COMMAND – Represents the actual process or command currently running

Other output on the command line following the top command may not be visible on the first page. They include:

  • Uptime and load average
  • CPU states
  • Tasks
  • Memory usage

1) Using Top Help Menu

The interactive nature of the help menu gives options on the number of commands administrators use. To get help using the top utility, simply type h or the question mark symbol ?

help-top-command-linux

2) Manual Display Refresh

By default, the top command displays information on a 3 seconds interval. To get the manual refresh mode use the ENTER or SPACE keys.

3) Changing Display Mode

Instead of using a single-window to analyze your system, you can set the output to display four windows each with a different field or group using the names:

  • Mem : sort by %MEM
  • Def : Sort by %CPU
  • Job : sort by PID
  • Usr : Sort by User field

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Phoenix Point Review

The creative mind behind the foundations of the critically acclaimed X-COM franchise, Julian Gollop returns with his new studio Snapshot Games to deliver its spiritual successor: Phoenix Point. This title has grand plans to deliver the challenging strategic combat made famous by the X-COM series alongside in-depth character progression, conflict on a global scale, and all-new story. Does it match up to its more experienced predecessor?

Phoenix Point Review

Phoenix Point centers around several factions fighting for control and survival as an extraterrestrial virus, known as the Pandoravirus, spreads through a mysterious mist, mutating animals and humans alike into deadly abominations with claw, pincers, mandibles, mind control, and everything in-between.

You front an elite squadron in the Phoenix Project. Once a trusted global organization that was shunned into secrecy, it now consists of a few cells of the bravest and brightest humanity has to offer. Faced with the extinction of the human race, you’re tasked with uniting the factions, defeating the alien threat, and learning the fate of the rest of the Phoenix Project. Sounds simple enough, right?

Phoenix Point Review

Each of the different factions in Phoenix Point tackle the impending threat from different perspectives. The Disciples of Anu are a cult-like faction that believe the developing of human-alien hybrids is the best way for humanity to survive, the New Jericho faction are your typical military response to a large-scale threat (nuke it from orbit), and the Synedrion are a technically advanced group of radicals.

The factions are interwoven into the narrative and the core gameplay mechanics, making them a vital aspect of the Phoenix Point experience. Events occur throughout the game that will test your loyalties to each faction and provide questions that test your morals. Players will be able to traverse this minefield following a different route each time. For my initial playthrough, I decided to work alongside New Jericho and Synedrion, but objectives and events arose that saw the two enter all-out war. What began as a mutually beneficial relationship that had us sharing aid and technologies descended into a war on multiple fronts – and that’s ignoring the constant threat of the mist.

Phoenix Point operates over two basic systems. The Geoscape challenges players to explore, discover new Havens, encounter new tribes, research new technologies and manage vital resources, while the challenging combat tests your strategic prowess to its limits.

Phoenix Point Review

The Geoscape is dynamically generated each game. Although it’s still Earth, the events, locations, and challenges you face change. In the early hours of the game, you’ll be using your single aircraft to transport troops to find resources, defend allies from invasion, and continue to uncover the secrets of the alien invasion. As time passes, the Pandorans become more aggressive, the mist travels further inland, and resources become scarce. It gets real tough, real fast. Towards the end of the game, I was managing four aircraft and nearly 20 different soldiers, each of which has their own character progression, equipment, and customization options.

For players unfamiliar with the X-COM franchise, Phoenix Point’s Geoscape could definitely become overwhelming. It’s not uncommon to be tracking down six to seven different objectives, all the while reacting and responding to an ever-changing and evolving threat. While this sometimes creates an exciting feeling …

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Phoenix Point Review

The creative mind behind the foundations of the critically acclaimed X-COM franchise, Julian Gollop returns with his new studio Snapshot Games to deliver its spiritual successor: Phoenix Point. This title has grand plans to deliver the challenging strategic combat made famous by the X-COM series alongside in-depth character progression, conflict on a global scale, and all-new story. Does it match up to its more experienced predecessor?

Phoenix Point Review

Phoenix Point centers around several factions fighting for control and survival as an extraterrestrial virus, known as the Pandoravirus, spreads through a mysterious mist, mutating animals and humans alike into deadly abominations with claw, pincers, mandibles, mind control, and everything in-between.

You front an elite squadron in the Phoenix Project. Once a trusted global organization that was shunned into secrecy, it now consists of a few cells of the bravest and brightest humanity has to offer. Faced with the extinction of the human race, you’re tasked with uniting the factions, defeating the alien threat, and learning the fate of the rest of the Phoenix Project. Sounds simple enough, right?

Phoenix Point Review

Each of the different factions in Phoenix Point tackle the impending threat from different perspectives. The Disciples of Anu are a cult-like faction that believe the developing of human-alien hybrids is the best way for humanity to survive, the New Jericho faction are your typical military response to a large-scale threat (nuke it from orbit), and the Synedrion are a technically advanced group of radicals.

The factions are interwoven into the narrative and the core gameplay mechanics, making them a vital aspect of the Phoenix Point experience. Events occur throughout the game that will test your loyalties to each faction and provide questions that test your morals. Players will be able to traverse this minefield following a different route each time. For my initial playthrough, I decided to work alongside New Jericho and Synedrion, but objectives and events arose that saw the two enter all-out war. What began as a mutually beneficial relationship that had us sharing aid and technologies descended into a war on multiple fronts – and that’s ignoring the constant threat of the mist.

Phoenix Point operates over two basic systems. The Geoscape challenges players to explore, discover new Havens, encounter new tribes, research new technologies and manage vital resources, while the challenging combat tests your strategic prowess to its limits.

Phoenix Point Review

The Geoscape is dynamically generated each game. Although it’s still Earth, the events, locations, and challenges you face change. In the early hours of the game, you’ll be using your single aircraft to transport troops to find resources, defend allies from invasion, and continue to uncover the secrets of the alien invasion. As time passes, the Pandorans become more aggressive, the mist travels further inland, and resources become scarce. It gets real tough, real fast. Towards the end of the game, I was managing four aircraft and nearly 20 different soldiers, each of which has their own character progression, equipment, and customization options.

For players unfamiliar with the X-COM franchise, Phoenix Point’s Geoscape could definitely become overwhelming. It’s not uncommon to be tracking down six to seven different objectives, all the while reacting and responding to an ever-changing and evolving threat. While this sometimes creates an exciting feeling …

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Dreams announces the end of its early access

Revealed in 2013, Dreams is currently still in development by Media Molécule. The game, which was originally due out in 2016, is taking longer than expected, since, after several postponements, it is now only in early access. However, the game, which is exclusive to the PS4, has been accessible to all since April 16, 2019, but not for long.

Indeed, Media Molecule has published a post announcing the end of the anticipated access to Dreams on the Playstation Blog. Although most of the time the end of early access is followed by the announcement of a release date, this is not the case here. Media Molecule simply announces that from 9 December at 00:59, the game will no longer be available for purchase. On the other hand, those who have bought it before that date will continue to be able to play the game without a problem, and they won’t have to pay a dime for the launch of the game.

Dreams is the kind of game that is difficult to summarize in just a few words as it is very rich. To put it simply, Dreams allows you, not just to play, but to create varied games. You also have the opportunity to share your creations and play games made by other players. The only limit is your imagination. You can create just about anything you can dream of, hence its name. The best way to get an idea of ​​Dreams, if you hesitate to get it, is to take a look at the countless video games created by the community. You will even find games inspired by famous licenses, like Mario, Crash Bandicoot, or Minecraft.

Creating a game in Dreams

As for the future of Dreams, it still seems uncertain, as Media Molecule has still not announced an official release date. This is not very reassuring for those who remember Project Spark, a game more or less similar developed by Microsoft, which was finally abandoned in 2016. Fortunately, Dreams has today a strong community and a team that works hard to push the limits of Dreams ever further.

If you want to try the adventure, hurry up and get Dreams before December 9th.

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DJMAX Respect V Coming to Steam This Winter


After making waves on the PlayStation 4, Neowiz and Rocky Studio are bringing DJMAX Respect V to Steam this winter.

More than 150 songs have been included in this version, including songs from Marshmello and Porter Robinson. A collaboration with Riot Games’ League of Legends is also in place. The game will also support up to seven players in online matches, and will also feature 1vs1 ranked ladder matches with leaderboards.

You can view the teaser trailer below:

DJMAX RESPECT V Teaser

According to Ji Soo Moon, CEO of Neowiz:

“We’ve been dying to bring DJMAX back to the PC for a long time now. After Respect had such success on PlayStation 4, we knew we had to bring it to the PC in a big way with more features and music. Adding in competitive online play is just another way to give the game’s hardcore fans what they’ve been craving.”

The game will hit Steam Early Access December 19, which was done to test the series’ new online game modesThe full release is slated for early 2020.

In the meantime, you can read our review of the PlayStation 4 version here (we scored it favorably).

Source: Press Release
DJMAX Respect V Coming to Steam This Winter

After making waves on the PlayStation 4, Neowiz and Rocky Studio are bringing DJMAX Respect V to Steam this winter

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore Gets Battle System Trailer

Scope out the battle system coming to Atlus and Intelligent Systems’ Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore with the latest trailer for the title

Persona 5 Scramble Gets Yusuke Kitagawa Trailer

Hailing from Kosei High School, see the Phantom Thief Yusuke Kitagawa in action with the latest trailer for Atlus’ Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers

Granblue Fantasy: Versus Gets Lowain Character Trailer

See the free-spirited Lowain in action with the latest trailer for CyGames, XSEED Games, and Arc System Works’ Granblue Fantasy: Versus

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