Windows 10 Store was recently exposed to a healthy dose of criticism showing the issues customers face if they purchase games inside Microsoft’s e-tail platform. Titles such as ‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ and ‘Quantum Break’ come with a list of incredible limitations that software developers will really have to remove if Windows Store is to become anything else but “Games for Windows 2”. In order to bring the platform to the level of experience delivered by Valve’s Steam or EA’s Origin, Microsoft prepared a flagship title. This game will utilize all the latest technologies offered by Windows 10. We’re talking about DirectX 12 API, high-resolution textures and support
Netflix used CES to make an announcement we all expected for too long – the online video streaming juggernaut finally managed to secure global rights for the content showed. Unlike previous (blackmailed) negotiations, Netflix did not cave to Hollywood’s content distribution cartel and made its entire portfolio available to users in 120 countries around the globe. This means that you can watch all the shows and movies Netflix has to offer, meaning users that were stifled and forced to use torrents to get the latest content – finally getting an opportunity to legally watch the content that 91% of bit-torrent users would gladly pay for (according to a survey
So much for the Netflix being a done deal. According to the newly unveiled website on Amazon, hosts of the much famed BBC television series Top Gear will re-appear on a new show exclusively for Amazon Prime. That’s correct, one of the most entertaining show front runners will be back. The exact air date, besides “An Amazon Original TV Series | Coming 2016,” as well as the financial aspect or anything besides them joining the said online video network, are yet to be revealed. What we definitely know that it will not be called Top Gear, as the name is trademarked by BBC and it is impossible that the Beeb would shipped out the brand
Top Gear has been suspended until the BBC can get to the bottom of the allegations against Jeremy Clarkson.