• Guide,  Tech Stuff

    ASUS Dark Hero: Power Button Not Working FIX

    The ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero Motherboard features advanced connectivity for seamless gaming and high-performance networking, it offers proper support for AMD Ryzen processors and it can take up to 128GB of DDR4 RAM. It was specifically crafted for the most advanced computers and it can be a must-have for passionate gamers, but despite its considerate price, many users have been reporting a rather troublesome defect that is forcing them to open different RMA tickets, either for repairs or a full refund. The issue in question is related to the power button not booting the system after shutdown, hibernate or sleep, unless the PSU switch is reset.

  • Tech Stuff

    How To Use Your Old Monitor On A New Computer

    You have finally purchased your brand new computer, only to find out that your second monitor (or even the main one) can no longer be used with it because of the missing VGA port, which is now commonly replaced by HDMI only. Most people take this as an opportunity to also replace their old screen with a better one, but its cost is far from generous and sometimes you’d rather keep what still works no matter how old it is.

  • Otome,  Review

    The Ssum: Forbidden Lab Review

    The Ssum is an Otome mobile game developed by Cheritz, supposed to come out in 2018, postponed different times, released as closed Beta for Malaysia and India Countries (closed off at the end of 2019) and remained on hold for over 4 years of development. On August 17th 2022, Cheritz has launched the finished product. The Korean Company has created a few successful titles such as Dandelion – Wishes brought to you, Nameless and Mystic Messenger. Is The Ssum: Forbidden Lab up to fans’ expectations?

  • Console Games,  News,  PC Games,  Review

    The Last Of Us: 2022 Updates

    The Last Of Us is an action-adventure game developed by Naughty Dog and initially released as a PlayStation 3 exclusive in 2013. A Remastered version was created in 2014 for PlayStation 4 which also included a Photo Mode feature (probably one of the very first titles implementing it at the time). Its awaited sequel, The Last Of Us: Part II, arrived on PS4 in June 2020 and a third part seems to be confirmed. In fact, Neil Druckmann told Script Apart Podcast that the plot for The Last of Us: Part III is already done, but the game is not in development yet. But that’s not all! A live action…

  • 3D,  Apps,  Review

    VRoid Studio, The Anime Character Maker

    VR games and virtual avatars are becoming more and more popular these days, as a lot of content creators are developing an evident appreciation for the Metaverse. VRoid Studio is a 3D Pixiv application made exclusively to create fantastic Anime characters to use for our artworks, YouTube videos and gaming characters, available for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android systems. VRoid is a very powerful tool that we can get completely for free, no subscription or additional costs are required unless we want to purchase some custom content available online. We still have all the freedom we need to create unique characters, just with the power of our creativity!

  • 3D,  DAZ Studio,  Guide,  Level Design,  PC Games,  Screenarchery,  Tech Stuff

    FlowScape Tutorial (Part 2): How to import Models from DAZ Studio

    It’s been quite a while since I posted the first part of the FS tutorial. In the previous article I explained some Blender basics and how to load custom models from external sources like Sketchfab directly into FlowScape. The awaited second part is finally here and this time I will illustrate how to convert and import figures from DAZ Studio despite their over-the-top quality and general mesh complexity. Big thanks to Mark Irissarri for requesting this recently!

  • 3D,  Tech Stuff

    DAZ Studio Figures inspired by Video Games

    DAZ Studio is getting more and more advanced in the professional field, allowing 3D creators from all over the world to make outstanding artworks and animations thanks to the huge variety of content its archive has to offer. Between Daz3d and Renderosity you can explore an ample library of custom characters and assets that you are allowed to use freely in any of your creations, even for commercial purposes (unless you want to make a game, in that case you’ll need a specific license). If you look closely you will be able to spot a bunch of models that were evidently inspired by the most popular video games.

  • Apps,  Otome,  Uncategorized

    Obey Me! – Review Update & F2P Guide

    Back in February 2020, when the Obey Me! app was still relatively new, I posted my full review for this RPG Card Game developed by NTT Solmare. Considering the most recent game implementations, I realized that my original post could now be considered slightly outdated and misleading for newcomers regarding the gameplay. For this reason I am giving you an updated version of said post along with a small free-to-play guide based on my personal experience, which may help you getting started.

  • Guide,  PC Games,  Tech Stuff

    Detroit Become Human VK_ERROR Fix(es)

    Did you purchase the PC version of Detroit Become Human and find yourself unable to play the game because it either freezes or crashes as soon as you start the game? Did it always run smoothly and suddenly fails to reach the main menu? The VK_ERROR_DEVICE_LOST is a common warning that can throw the player off, maybe even occuring out of nowhere. In this guide you might find the right solution to your problem for both client versions (Steam and Epic Games).

  • Guide,  Tech Stuff

    Upgrade from Windows 7 to 10 (Legit Free Method)

    When it comes to upgrading our system, there might be multiple reasons preventing us from switching permanently. When Windows 10 got distributed for free, I missed the chance to take advantage of the limited offer at the time because I was still very fond of Windows 7 and how stable it was. There were too many reports from Microsoft users experiencing crashes or general failures also involving the same programs and games I was running myself, thus I decided to opt out and wait for as long as I had to… it just wasn’t worth the risk to me.I honestly do not regreat that choice to this day and I…