This episode: Ryzen and the gaming numbers, Middle Earth is back


Today’s Episode

The AMD Ryzen chips launched this week to some interesting benchmarks. The funny thing is the benchmarks are not bad for gaming, they are not better than Intel. Every benchmark I have read has the frame rates above 60 frames per second. It’s weird seeing people flip out over nothing. They are not the best benchmarks, but, they are better than the previous CPUs.

The most exciting thing is Middle Earth is getting a sequel. Yes, more information was released on the sequel. Let’s hope they do not mess it up! Find out more gaming news down below.

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Hail To The King, Baby. Duke is Back!


Today’s Episode

Duke Nukem is back. I mean, the glory days of Duke Nukem 3D. Those were the days. FPS were new and exciting. There were many developers trying new things. It was a great time in gaming. Most FPS have a formula now. You do not have to look further than Call of Duty. That franchise has a systematic formula. It’s good to see an old friend back. Hail to the King, Baby!

Now, time for the show!

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Today I discuss Battlefield 1 Beta and Deus Ex Review


Today’s Episode

Battlefield is back, or, in beta form. It’s great to see this series go back in history. World War 1 is rarely talked about. Most people do not even know who was involved and why the world was at war. There’s only one other game that has touched this era and that was Verdun. It is a great game. Unfortunately, Battlefield will overshadow it. It some ways, that’s sad.  The great news, is we get to experience in  some ways how the battle was fought. It’s not going to be realistic, but, giving people a chance to understand a piece of history is a good thing.

Now, on with the show!

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Today is about Reviews No Man’s Sky and Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Deus Ex

Today’s Episode

Two of the most anticipated games came out this month. Deus Ex and No Man’s Sky. They were talked about with enthusiasm. However, reality has set in and people are not happy about them. People had high expectations for No Man’s Sky and it did not deliver. I disagreed with those assessments, but, people have opinions. Deus Ex is another story. They changed their pre-order items. People were not happy about that. There have been bugs with the game. It should be interesting to see if these games sell well. It may not happen.

Anyways, on with the show!

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This episode has New Games, VR, Updates and blunders


Today’s Episode

The latest blunder in a long line of blunders in the gaming industry is Metal Gear. What the heck? I do not understand why they made it a co-op zombie game. This just sounds slapped on. I know the creator of the series left, but, come up with something original. If we are seeing the sad end to Metal Gear, then so be it. I am not interested in this at all. However, Deus Ex is coming out! That looks to continue what the prequel did so well. I cannot wait for this.

Anyways, on with the show!

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No Man’s Sky delayed, Overwatch review and plus the Division update

Today’s Episode

The month of May has seen a few games released. We had Doom, Battleborn, Overwatch, Total War, and Homefront. Then announced this month we had the new Witcher DLC and Hitman episode 3. That’s six high-profile games released this month. It almost feels like November, but it’s not! I played a lot of Overwatch this week and it’s a great game. It’s very surprising because Blizzard is not known for making fps games. Yet, it seems they can make any type of game and make it work. The sad news here is No Man’s Sky may be delayed. This is an interesting game. The game is all about exploration and has little to no story. I hope it’s not, but, it could be. There is no official statement from the publisher or developer yet. Listen below for more gaming news.

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Digital Coffee, Brewed to Perfection Weekend Episode

Digital Coffee, Podcast, tech news, Google, China, voter data, smart tvs

Digital Coffee, Brewed to Perfection Weekend Episode is all new! This weekend has all the love and drama tech news can offer! Some highlights from the episode: Fallout 4 sold 12 million copies in one day. That’s right Fallout 4 is a big hit! Not a surprising to anyone in the gaming community. However, Jones Soda Co. did not get the message. Yes, the made a special soda for Fallout 4 and to no one’s shock it sold out quickly. Prompting many gamers to complain that they wanted more. It looks like Jones Soda will try to make more! Google updates its map with local guide and offline mode. Youtube releases Youtube Music to no one’s surprise and more!




Your Morning Digital Brew

Every morning I sort through the tech news to give you the best news for you. Here is the tech news you missed yesterday:

Heinz QR code leads customer to porn, or why you should hold on to your domains

FCC mulls extending low-income subsidies for broadband Internet

Twitter’s Project Lightning will showcase human-curated trending tweets

SoundCloud to limit tracks streamed via API to 15,000 plays per day

Vimeo has updated Cameo for iOS to make editing video simple, even when it’s 1080p

You can now flirt with strangers on Happn using songs from Spotify

Pixar’s Inside Out characters have arrived in Skype as custom emoji

EFF’s 2015 Data Privacy Report Lauds Apple, Dropbox, Slams Verizon

Ello, The Ad-Free Social Network, Wants You To Know It Will Have An iPhone App Tomorrow

FCC Plans To Hit AT&T With $100 Million Fine Over “Unlimited” Data Plans

Google, Microsoft, Mozilla And Others Team Up To Launch WebAssembly, A New Binary Format For The Web

Sizing Up The Suitors For Here, Nokia’s Map Business

Nest Cam Embodies Stale Innovation In “Connected Home” Space

Ellen Pao Officially Found Liable For Roughly $276,000 In Court Fees From Kleiner Perkins

Komprise Raises $6M To Help Companies Rein In Sprawling Data

Facebook’s News Feed Algorithm Relinquishes Control Of What We “See First”

Google Confirms Acquisition Of Agawi, A Specialist In Streaming Native Mobile Apps

QuizUp Launches On Windows Mobile Phones

YouTube Launches YouTube Newswire, A Channel Featuring Verified Eyewitness Videos

5 reasons to switch to Inbox by Gmail, and 4 reasons not to

Behold the beast: Full AMD Radeon R9 Fury X tech specs and design details revealed

Samsung to plug security hole on Galaxy smartphones

OnePlus teases Snapdragon 810 processor for OnePlus 2, promises no overheating

Fearing net neutrality rules, Sprint stops throttling heavy data users

LinkedIn’s Revamped Pulse App Is A More Personal, All-Business News Reader

Watch 25 minutes of Deus Ex: Mankind Divided gameplay

CD Projekt is “hard at work” on Cyberpunk 2077

Fallout 4: Bethesda will dial back graphics in favour of complex systems

Evolve is getting a second season pass

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Set to Release in 2016

At the Square Enix Press Conference, we were given a taste of what the next Deus Ex has to offer. It offered more conspiracy theories and more tools at Adam Jensens disposable. Safe to say, this will be a fun ride. From the trailer you can see there is a new shield like augment, and you can shoot his blades at targets. We will not know what other goodies are in store, but the dystopian future is looking bright indeed.