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£800,000 offered to developer to repair Brunswick Wharf wharf wall

A developer has been offered almost £800,000 to repair Bideford’s seafront wall and build flats, design studios, shops and restaurants. The Brunswick Wharf land release fund, which the government has given Torridge District Council, will see the authority give the developer, Red Earth, £797,000 to complete the work. Torridge plans to give the first payment of £400,000 to Red Earth after the company completes work on the seawall and provide the rest when it starts building the estate. There is a risk that the government will take the money back…

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Tech 

Callisto Protocol. the developer is devastated by low game sales

It was supposed to be a hit like Dead Space and it was … as always. Callisto Protocol sales and reviews do not inspire optimism. I’m not a fan of survival horror, but in Callisto Protocol, mostly because of my fondness for Dead Space, I was expecting the baked goods in my face, as Krafton’s production looked fantastic on the pre-release material. Unfortunately, as is usually the case in the gaming world, expectations run into reality. The Callisto Protocol backfired, and the company is now suffering the nasty consequences. Callisto…

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Entertainment 

The way the developer will disappear? The government will change the rules for building blocks. There will be more sun and greenery, less cramped conditions and concrete

Path development has been a growing problem for several years. Now the Ministry of Development and Technology has announced a fight against it. The government is planning major changes in the law on construction and technical conditions, which will make new settlements more sunny and offer greater living comfort. Content The problem of so-called pat-developers has been loud for several years. These are residential investments that clearly show that the investor did not think about the comfort of the tenants’ lives – only the maximum profit was important. All over…

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Tech 

Fix COD Warzone 2 Developer Error 6345 on Windows PC

This post presents the solutions to fix it COD Warzone 2 Dev Error 6345. Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0 is a free-to-play Battle Royale video game developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision. The game was recently released for Microsoft Windows. But many users are complaining about COD Warzone 2 Dev Error 6345. The full error message says: DEV ERROR 6345To contact customer service, go to http://support.activision.com/modernwarfare Fix COD Warzone 2 Dev Error 6345 To fix COD Warzone 2 Dev Error 6345 on your Windows PC, follow these methods:…

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Tech 

The Sileo team under new management, with Amy taking over as lead developer

In an interesting twist on Thursday afternoon, the Odyssey team’s lead developer, CoolStar, appears to have officially handed over the keys to the Sileo package manager to long-time Sileo team member Amy While ( @elihwyma ). The big news has been announced via twitter this afternoon means big and hopefully positive changes for Sileo because the project is under new management. According to the Tweet, this means that the Sileo team will be more active with the community and Sileo should receive more frequent updates. CoolStar, the former lead developer…

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Tech 

Artificial intelligence as a path to eternal life? A Japanese game developer says so

Hideo Kojima wants to live forever and never stop creating. A key element of this plan is to be … artificial intelligence. Hideo Kojima wants to live forever. Is artificial intelligence ready for this? Carpe diem? Making the most of every moment of every day and rushing to fulfill every ambition or dream? Similar concerns will no longer apply to Hideo Kojima, who revealed in a recent interview with IGN that death will not be final for him. Source: Instagram @hideo_kojima Kojima was asked if there was any philosophy or…

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English 

“Emulator on rails”. the developer showed off an adapter he invented that allows you to stream the game from an unmodified Game Boy.

German developer and programmer Sebastian Stax talked about the GB Interceptor adapter he invented and created, which allows the game to be streamed from an unmodified Nintendo Game Boy handheld console via USB to another device, such as a laptop. Image Source: Must be The GB Interceptor (not the Game Boy Interceptor) plugs into the cartridge slot and reconstructs the console image for streaming. Unlike the Game Genie, Staaks’ device does not interfere with the Game Boy’s interaction with the game; they remain directly linked. To do this, Staaks had…

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Tech 

FromSoftware can’t create happy worlds, says developer

Have you asked yourself&egogon; why are the worlds shown in FromSoftware games so gloomy and depressing? The head of the studio decided to issue an answer to this question: the team cannot create happy things. Elden Ring is perhaps the most cheerful and colorful – stylistically – grą Japanese studio, and the dark atmosphere and depressing mood of a dying and pure world inhabited by cursed and suffering creatures pours out from it. In an interview with IGN, Hidetaka Miyazaki decided on the night before, why did his team create…

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Tech 

Dying Light 2: Techland provides developer tools to modders

Do you like Dying Light 2 Stay Human and interested in modding games? Studio Techland provides gamers and creators with free developer tools to help create maps for their latest game. Game modding is something that has been with us for years, mostly on PCs. Character replacement, world editing, and changes the creators didn’t decide on. While usually players get involved in the creation of their formats, some studios provide their own development tools, encouraging enthusiasts to discover games in a new way. This is the case of Polish studio…

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Tech 

Transformers: Reactivate is a new online action game from the developer Gears Tactics

Do you like robots that disguise themselves as other types of machines? You may be pleased to hear about a recent discovery Transformers: Reactivate🇧🇷 Unveiled at The Game Awards earlier this week, Transformers: Reactivate is the latest title to come from Gears Tactics and Brink developer Splash Damage. You remember Brink, right? It was parkour! And weapons! Anyway, Transformers: Reactivate is Splash Damage’s latest title, and it appears to be an online action game for one to four players, which unsurprisingly lets you play as some of the series’ notable…

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