What is Guilded and why should you care? Guilded is a new and upcoming application & platform that functions similar to Discord but goes a step further. Guilded is built for gaming, it's built for gamers by gamers and the team at Guilded is doing a fantastic job bringing powerful features to the app on a regular basis. Discord is moving away from gaming & gaming oriented communities, this is where Guilded steps in. Guilded offers a wide range of improvements over Discord. These improvements and features are all FREE and don't require any special premium subscription or for you to be a Guilded Partner to receive. Let's take a look at some of these features:
Server Art/Banners - Make your server stand out with it's own custom banner & artwork. This is a popular feature within Discord servers that require the server owner to be a Discord partner. This is 100% free and available to all Guilded users & server owners. You...
Over a month ago I bought the new Asus Zephyrus G14 with the new AMD Ryzen 9 4900H CPU.
After a month of use, I can truly say I more than happy with this buy.
I originally bought it to do some light photo and video editing, along with some light gaming.
But the more I used this machine the more I realized I wasn't using it to it's potential.
So I decided to install Sony Vegas Pro on it and test editing a few short videos. And this tiny thing, out performed my desktop.
My desktop is no pushover, with an i7-9700k, GTX 1080, and 32 GBs of RAM I can comfortably say I have a strong desktop.
But the G14 with it's 8 cores and 16 threads rendered the same file as my desktop 17 seconds faster.
As for gaming, I have played PUBG and Killing Floor 2 on it. With both games set to high I have not had a single dropped frame in either game.
The speakers are fantastic and do an amazing job at allowing you to know where the enemies are. You can definitely hear when...
Streets of Rage was a classic beat-em-up/brawler from the 1990's on the Sega Genesis/MegaDrive. It was Sega's answer to Capcom's Final Fight series. Streets of Rage was so well received it spawned 2 sequels in 1992 and 1994 respectively. There was even ports to the Sega Master System & Sega Game Gear. These versions were scaled down 8-bit versions of their big 16-bit brothers. The series was a lot of fun with catchy techno/dance/club music infused that kept the player pumped up through the waves and rounds of endless enemies to beat up while you made your way to the final boss, Mr. X. A crime syndicate that took over your once peaceful city.
The first game follows 3 vigilante cops, Axel Stone, Blaze Fielding and Adam Hunter. The trio must clean the city of the evil influence of the syndicate & Mr. X, they will risk their lives on the Streets of Rage. The series was a blast to play back in the day. However, Sega went through 2 other console generations with the Sega Saturn and...
Well, I noticed that this place still didn't have any game reviews . And, since I had a game review lying around that I wrote a while back... I thought perhaps I ought to make it the first review to be posted on Revillution! So, here we go:
What is this game?
FTL: Faster than Light is an indie game developed by Subset Studios. The original edition was released on 14th September 2012, and the 'Advanced Edition' was released in April 2014 (as a free expansion pack, adding more mechanics and content). Myself, I got it in December 2014, and since then, I've accumulated 527 hours on it on my Steam account.
The plot of the game is pretty simple. The Galactic Federation is currently fighting a war against a xenophobic rebellion, and it's not going well: the Rebel fleet is rapidly advancing on the...