The Division is a cold, cold game. Yes, it’s literally set in a version of New York gripped by winter snow flurries, and the remnants of a killer virus – as themes go, that’s chilling enough. However, I’m also talking about the calculating and rather stat-led way the game conducts its business. There’s no real warmth to any of The Division’s systems or stories, and this is one of the few shortcomings of an otherwise excellent online shooter.
At its E3 2016 press conference on Monday, Microsoft announced an Xbox One upgrade: Project Scorpio. It’ll be more powerful, have loads of teraflops and that, and be capable of 4K resolution. But it’s confusing. Is it a real, next-gen Xbox? At the press conference, Microsoft’s Spencer said that it would be the most powerful console ever made, which certainly implied that everyone should prep to upgrade. But then later he said some other things that didn’t imply that. And then some more that sort of did.
Just completed an hdd replacement from the factory 500gb to a 2tb drive. It was a rather long process. There are some tutorials out there, that are very informative and very helpful. But in the end I had to create my own method to a successful replacement. I will share the detail in a later post.
Here are some tools you will need to preform this mod.
In an attempt to make pirated copies of its programming harder to find, the popular streaming service has reported thousands of pirate links to Google alone. Industry observers note that Netflix’s current position on piracy differs from a few years ago, when it emphasized its benefits.
A few weeks ago, the company intensified its anti-piracy efforts and took an aggressive stance against VPN users. It was clear that the taken measures meant to appease the major movie studios. In addition, Netflix also wanted to limit access to pirated copies of its own original programming. The service has started to report tens of thousands of infringing links to Google, demanding the tech giant to remove them from search results.
Netflix has reported about 72,000 links to allegedly copyright infringing files from torrent and streaming services. Google removed most of the links pointing to content owned by Netflix – for example, such movies as The Ridiculous 6 and A Very Murray Christmas and popular series like House of Cards, Narcos and Sense8.