Stadia is CONTROVERSIAL; Apple's New Updates [ No Life: Ep. 76 ]

Enter the Stadia

In this episode we talk about the controversial Google game platform, Stadia. Then we dive into Crytek's new "fake" RTX Cryengine trailer. And of course, Apple's new product updates like the Airpods, iMac, and iPad. Don't forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes, Stitcher, Pocket Casts and any other podcatcher to get the latest episodes of NoLife Digital Podcast.




Devil May Cry 5 RIPS; WTF is USB3.2GEN2x2? [ No Life: Ep. 75 ]

Rock On

In this episode of NoLife Digital, we gush over the new Devil May Cry, chat more about Apex Legends, and talk about what the fuck is going on with USB-C-3.1x2x2.




Doobie Loves Apex; Nintendo Direct Feb 2019 [ No Life Gaming: Ep. 73a ]

Nintendo Direct Feb 2019

In this show Wayne and Doobie chat about their love for Apex Legends, Wayne talks shit on Dragon's Dogma, and they both go over the new Nintendo Direct for February 2019.



Dorsey on Twitter; RIP Crypto Keys [ No Life Tech: Ep. 72b ]


In this episode we talk about Jack Dorsey's appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience, YouTube CEO admitting the "Rewind" was cringey, and the weird and crazy story around the death of CEO of QuadrigaCX and the money lost in the missing keys.




Apex Legends is EXCELLENT; Wargroovin' [ No Life Gaming: 72a ]

Apex Legendary

In this episode we talk about the new Respawn game Apex Legends, Chuckle Fish's Wargroove, and some Anthem Beta stuff. In news we talk about CDPR settling their lawsuit with the author, Capcom's strong results, and much more.





Kingdom Sharts; RE2 Is AMAZING; Facebugs [ NoLife: Ep. 71 ]


In this episode of the No Life Podcast, we talk about our time with Kingdom Hearts 3 and how Japan is not good at delivering dialogue. Then we gush about Resident Evil 2 Remake, and how masterfully crafted it is. Jerry talks about Fallout New California, and tries to justify his Fallout 76 purchase. Finally in tech we talk about how Huawei is a shady company, and how Facetime will spy on you, as well as Facebook.

Anthem Demo is Kinda Lame - First Impressions



In the video above I give my first impressions on the Anthem Demo, Beta, whatever you wanna call it. As someone who enjoys, minimally, Destiny, I was hoping that Bioware's new epic-space looter shooter would bring more to the table. Unfortunately, I'm still left with a feeling of wanting more. It seems it's a Destiny clone, through-and-through, with the added ability to fly, and a 3rd person perspective. While the added flight mechanics are great, and they play wonderfully, I'm not sure it's enough to sway Destiny players, and I'm not sure there's enough for casual shooter fans. The game is also set up like Destiny, where you inhabit a mission hub, where you talk with NPC's to receive quests, then you jump into a World Hub where your missions are placed. So while the world hub is a bit more open than Destiny, a welcomed addition, it's still not quite an "Open World" or "Open Galaxy" game. Which I think could have separated the game from Destiny. So what you're left with is a game full of Bullet-sponges, set up in the same way Destiny sets them up, with a (slightly) different set of paint. Take that, and throw in a ton of glitches and performance issues, as well as a healthy dose of game crashes, and you have the Anthem demo. Let's hope there's a lot more to offer in the final release.




PS5 Leaks and a Strong Q1 [ NoLife: Ep. 70ab ]

A Strong Opening

In this episode of the NoLife show, we discuss the potential PS5 and the AMD architechure it's built on. We also discuss how many great games will be released in Q1 of 2019. Then in tech we talk about Teenage Engineerings new modular synth, Wayne's new Canon EOS R, and how Google doesn't know how to smartwatch.




Switch 2.0? [ NoLife: Ep. 69AB ]

Switched Up

In the latest episode of NoLife Podcast, we mash both gaming and tech shows together, bring Doobie back on, and chat about our thoughts on a new Switch console. What should it have? Is it even in production? What about Nvidia? We then talk about how Sony has finally released an APS-C camera with a flip-up screen.



Resident Evil 2 Remake - Ultrawide 1440p GTX 1080ti Performance - 15min Gameplay

Resident Remake

In the video above, I show off around 15 minutes of gameplay from the newly released Resident Evil 2 Remake on PC, as well as the last cutscene from the demo which shows off a bit of a trailer.

Gameplay Footage

  • 21:9 3440 x 1440p Resolution Native
  • All settings were high (all stock, nothing touched)
  • Avg FPS was 60fps, as it seems Vsync was toggled on

Gaming Rig

  • Intel i7 6700K @ 4.3ghz
  • GTX 1080ti Founders Edition (stock)
  • 32gb RAM
  • Ran off Samsung 850evo SSD