Bethesda has a reputation for making large games, from the olden world of Oblivion and more recently Skyrim to the barren Wastelands of Fallout 3 and most recently Fallout 4. Have you ever wondered though how you would go about testing so many weapons, items, pieces of armour and quest items? The easiest way is to collect everything, a library of magical items, laser cannons and nuclear weapons all collected in a single space. Are you interested yet?
The secret room, like with many features not intended to be found by everyone, can be found by typing in a console command (sorry, this means its PC available only). The command is “COC QASMOKE” and will transport your player to a room containing not just weapons and armour but every bobblehead, holotape and consumable in fallout 4.
If you want a glimpse of the room you can find it in the video below, warning there is some strong language in the video.
Fed up of that gentlemen who keeps blasting you away every time you get near? Maybe you don’t like the idea of giving yourself a super powerful weapon by console command, so why not just “relocate” your player for a bit, I mean it’s not like the AI will ever know… will it?
You might remember the pretty amazing Silicon Power Armor A65 that we reviewed not long ago and just that drive has just been upgraded in the form of the new SP Armor A85 and A85M portable and rugged hard drives. The drives utilize a special internal structure design and rigid aluminium exterior to strengthen its protections against all sorts of things, including shock, pressure, water, and dust.
The A85 drive has passed the U.S military’s drop test of MIL-STD 810G Method 516.6 Procedure IV (transit drop test) and the IP68 standard that it can resist water and dust. Added is the pressure resistance where it can withstand a pressure of up to 500kg of force. The droptest includes freefall tests with a height of up to 122cm on 26 different contact points, so your data should be well protected.
The Silicon Power Armor A85 also offers the SP HDD Lock Utility, a free software download for full disk encryption and 256-bit AES encryption with SP Widget for Windows or Mac OS. IT also features the practical cable carry design where the USB 3.0 cable can be easily attached to the rear of the drive. Have everything in one place.
The A85 and A85M drives are backed by a 3-year warranty and are offered in three capacity options of 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB.
There is still some doubt whether the motherboard that has been shown from Colorful IGame actually is a new product about to be launched or just concept art, but I like what I see. It looks new and fresh, yet very familiar. The motherboard is built around the Z97 platform and the two first things I noticed in these published renderings were what looks to be 12 SATA ports and the pre-installed full liquid cooling for the vital parts.
I thought that they ‘forgot’ to add a M.2 slot at first, but they didn’t and it’s also present. It’s located between the bottom two PCIe x16 slots as it can be seen in the above shot. The cover, or armor, or however you’d like to label it has the Gamer Customization label printed just as the colour choice is a typical one for a gaming setup. Black and red, but Colorful also added some white to the mix.
There isn’t much known about the features set yet, but we can assume that they will be very similar to the iGame Z97 that we saw introduced not that long ago.
It will most likely use the Atheros KillerNIC E2200 Gigabit Ethernet controller and have onboard 8 channel 7.1 surround sound setup with Voice Gamer and solid capacitors. It would also be logic to assume that they took the new dual-BIOS feature with them onto this motherboard.
A Philadelphia University student has built a Batman-styled combat suit. Jackson Gordon, an Industrial Design student, has crafted the custom Batsuit to resist against punches, blunt trauma, and even sharp objects like machetes. Sadly, the suit is not bulletproof.
Gordon first created a Batsuit for cosplay, but soon started to adapt his design to become more functional. The first prototype was ready by September 2014, with the more recent version starting development mid-November last year, after a successful Kickstarter. The suit was completed a few weeks back, and Gordon invited investors to the Katsucon event in Mayland to test the suit out.
Though the suit weighs 25 pounds, with the helmet alone weighing 3 pounds, though Gordon insists that it does not impede mobility, saying, “It sounds like a lot, and when you have it in a bag over your shoulder it weighs a ton, but when you are actually wearing it, you barely feel it. If this were to inhibit my movement, it would be completely useless.”