Frank Stich

Frank Stich

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Frank Stich is a gamer from Berlin who can tell you everything about the most anticipated games of the year. He is well-versed in eSports news, so it's one of his key topics. Above all, Frank has four years of experience working as a video game tester. Being a highly skilled specialist, Frank can employ outside of the box tactics to push games to the limits in order to identify and isolate bugs in a predictable manner. Games are a huge part of Frank's life: they're his hobby, job, and the greatest passion.

Lego Will Release a $250 Full-Size Replica Set of the Original Nintendo NES

The new Lego set will allow you to assemble the Nintendo NES game console with a gamepad, cartridge, and small TV that has Super Mario Bros. set on its screen.

Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 to Be Launched on August 18 on PC

The project will focus on simulating the Earth using topographical information and textures from Bing Maps. Microsoft Azure will help create three-dimensional trees, grass, buildings, and water.

Here Are the Key Announcements of Ubisoft Forward 2020

At the online conference Ubisoft Forward, Ubisoft revealed Far Cry 6, announced the release date of Assassin's Creed Valhalla, and announced the launch of Hyper Scape open beta on PC.

The 7 Most Anticipated Video Games of Summer 2020

This summer is abundant in new games and releases for various video game consoles and platforms. This season, wait to behold Death Stranding on PC, Mafia 1 Remake, and other game companies' latest products.

Sony Invests $250 Million in Fortnite Creator Epic Games

Sony has made a $250 million investment in Epic Games, and now Sony gets a 1.4 percent interest and gives Epic a $17.86 billion valuation.

Sony Revealed the Design of the PS5 Game Box

Sony unveiled the appearance of the physical PlayStation 5 game boxes in a blog post. It does share some similar features with the PS4 game box design, although it has some distinctive features that are worth looking at.
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Sony Bug Bounty Program Works: A Programmer Found a Way to Run Pirated Games on PS4

Sony and the HackerOne platform announced a bug bounty program for detecting vulnerabilities in the PS 4 security systems. One programmer found the problem and was rewarded with $10,000.

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