In yesterday’s big Nintendo Direct presentation, we learned about two of the four Xbox titles that Microsoft said would be coming to “the other consoles.” One of them is Pentimentcoming to Nintendo Switch, PS4 and PS5, well, today.



The critically acclaimed Pentiment is exclusive to Xbox, PC, and Xbox Cloud from launch in late 2022. It has an eye-catching animated historical art style — and it’s delightfully niche. The game’s director, Josh Sawyer, said that creating and launching a game like this would never have been possible without Game Pass, which, as Chris Holt notes, makes it an unusual choice to port to other platforms. Xbox boss Phil Spencer said earlier this month that all the platform-hopping titles have been on Xbox and PC for at least a year and have reached their “full potential” on those platforms.

The other game coming to other consoles is Grounded – almost Baby, I shrunk the kidsthe game — and will land on April 16. Microsoft also later confirmed this Hi-Fi Rush and A sea of ​​thieves coming to PlayStation 5.

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It stars Cate Blanchett, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Hart and Jack Black.



A Borderlands movie is coming out and we have our first teaser trailer. This shot gives us an idea of ​​all the main characters. Cate Blanchett gets a nice fat paycheck as the famously grumpy Lilith, who searches for a mysterious vault. Comedian Kevin Hart reprises his role as mercenary Roland, and Jamie Lee Curtis plays scientist Dr. Tanis, who appears in all three games. Also, apparently you can’t have a video game adaptation without Jack Black.

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It’s a smoother way to follow your favorite teams.


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Apple has released a new iPhone app that offers real-time stats for a number of major sports leagues. Once you install Apple Sports, you can set your favorite team and get a set of data on your lock screen in the live activity box when the team is playing. The app is free and available in the US, UK and Canada for basketball, hockey and soccer. The company said other sports, including baseball and football, will debut when the new seasons begin.

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Staff ignored Musk’s directive to give outsiders “full access to everything.”

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has concluded that Elon Musk ordered employees of Twitter (now X) to take actions that would violate FTC rules regarding the privacy and security of user data. Twitter security officials “took appropriate measures to protect users’ personal information,” presumably sparing Musk’s company from government repercussions. FTC Chairwoman Lina Hahn wrote, “Ultimately, the third-party individuals did not gain direct access to Twitter’s systems, but instead worked with other company employees who accessed the systems on behalf of the individuals.”

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