December 10, 2019 CuttingEdgeTech

Well, you can’t argue that Microsoft isn’t giving anyone enough notice. Microsoft said Monday that it plans to shut down its Wunderlist to-do list service on May 6, 2020.You’ll still be able to use Wunderlist until then, though Microsoft is cutting off new signups. You’ll have the option to remove your data from Wunderlist—or, as Microsoft hopes, export it to the company’s own To-Do app.Microsoft originally bought the Wunderlist app in 2015, and then said in 2017 that it planned to phase out Wunderlist in favor of a similar, self-developed app called To-Do. Since then, To-Do has been developed and…

December 10, 2019 CuttingEdgeTech

It’s that time of year again: Snow’s falling, chestnuts are roasting, and AMD’s huge annual update for Radeon Software is rolling out.While previous iterations focused on stuffing in new features—to such an extent that I wondered how AMD could further improve its already-outstanding graphics suite—AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition revolves around a gorgeous visual overhaul that puts everything you need in more obvious places. That said, it also comes with some helpful new additions that flesh out existing features, streamline your gaming experience even more, and in the case of the intriguing new Radeon Boost, can potentially supercharge your…

December 10, 2019 CuttingEdgeTech

At last long last, Microsoft’s mobile OS experiment has come to an end. Support for the last version of Windows 10 Mobile dies on December 10.Windows phones will still work, but the last wave of Windows Mobile devices running the last official supported version of Windows 10 Mobile (version 1709, the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update) won’t receive any more updates or patches for Windows 10 Mobile—features, security, or otherwise. Officially, it will cease to exist.If you’re a Lumia 640 or 640XL owner, you’ve already felt the touch of death: Support for those devices ended in June. But for the last hurrah…

December 10, 2019 CuttingEdgeTech

During development, Donkey Kong 64 had its titular ape star equipped with a shotgun, which reportedly horrified legendary Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto when he first saw it. Given the upbeat, family-friendly tone of Donkey Kong 64 this is surprising to hear, but the story comes from George Andreas who worked for Rare when the studio was developing Donkey Kong 64 twenty years ago. To celebrate the game’s anniversary, he spoke to GamesRadar about bringing the game to life, and the tale of the shotgun is one of the stories that particularly stands out. Continue reading…Powered by WPeMatico

December 9, 2019 CuttingEdgeTech

Square-Enix has just updated the box art on its store page for the upcoming Final Fantasy 7 Remake, which now displays a message on the bottom-right corner that reads “PlayStation Exclusive. Play first on PS4” followed by further messaging that clarifies it will be a timed exclusive until March 3, 2021. Originally spotted on Twitter by Wario64, who pointed out the updated box art. With Final Fantasy 7 Remake set to launch March 3, 2020, this puts the timed exclusivity window at a year for PS4 users. This updated box art comes shortly after Square-Enix revealed a slick reversible cover…

December 9, 2019 CuttingEdgeTech

MLB: The Show has been developed as a Sony-exclusive title by first-party developer SIE San Diego since 2006. However, the developers have announced that MLB The Show will be on other platforms as early as 2021. The announcement that the game will no longer be a PlayStation exclusive comes alongside the MLB’s decision to extend its partnership with Sony in a new “multi-year extension.” With more information promised to be coming soon, it didn’t take long for Xbox head Phil Spencer to weigh in on the news, taking to Twitter to say, “Great to see the game is coming to more…

December 9, 2019 CuttingEdgeTech

Riot Games has teamed up with designer fashion brand Louis Vuitton to create an exclusive collection of League of Legends apparel. You can check out the exclusive collab on the Louis Vuitton website, with items ranging from multiple hundreds to thousands of dollars. This isn’t the first time Riot Games has partnered with the fashion brand, as Louis Vuitton skins were released in League of Legends this past November. However, purchasing something from the LVxLoL collection will cost a bit more than purchasing an in-game skin – with the most expensive item coming in at over $5,000. Continue reading…Powered by…

December 9, 2019 CuttingEdgeTech

2019 was a memorable year in games: Sony and Microsoft revealed the first details about their next-gen hardware. Google threw its hat in the game-streaming ring with Stadia. Kojima released his first post-Konami game. Microsoft acquired beloved studio Double Fine. Bungie went indie. And mainline Pokemon came to console for the first time. All in all, this year provided excitement for all types of gamers on all types of platforms. But littered throughout those moments of joy were duds, delays, and decisions that left us feeling a bit down. Click through the gallery below or continue scrolling for our list of…