Assassin’s Creed’s forced straight romance sucks even harder than you think
Players are mad at Ubisoft this week in the wake of the latest DLC episode for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. The problem? Thanks to a fixed story point in the episode, the game‘s developers have apparently abandoned the player freedom that comprised the backbone of its marketing. I’m gonna drop some major spoils right about now, so prepare yourself for *SPOILERS*. Also, just for the sake of brevity, I’m gonna use my portmanteau of the player characters’ names: Alexandra. The DLC, Legacy of the First Blade, is a three-part story about one of the founders of the order that became the Assassins… This story continues at The Next Web
Alibaba’s arch-foe JD.com has long prided itself on owning and controlling its logistics services: couriers are treated as in-house staff and paid a basic income. But that will end soon as costs keep piling up for the ecommerce giant. In an internal letter sent to the staff on Monday, JD founder and chief executive Richard […]
Five examples of AI in healthcare and how this collaboration will grow more important in the coming years The healthcare industry is undergoing a tumultuous period of change where it’s being forced to evolve in the face of rapidly growing consumer demand. With an increasing global average lifespan, rising healthcare demands have pushed modern hospitals […]
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