Rise of the Triad Remastered Announced for Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, & PC

During the Realms Deep 2020 livestream, 3D Realms announced the return of Rise of the Triad with Rise of the Triad Remastered.

According to the brief announcement, the remaster will come to Switch, PlayStation, Xbox, & PC. It wasn’t mentioned whether this means the current or next generation of Sony’s and Microsoft’s consoles.

During the reveal, we got to see the game running on Nintendo Switch. It’ll include widescreen support, revamped multiplayer, and it’s a collaboration with Destructive Creations and Apogee Software. 

You can check it out below.

If you’re unfamiliar with Rise of The Triad: Dark War, it’s a first-person-shooter by Apogee Software, originally released in 1994.

It was originally going to be a follow-up to Wolfenstein 3D, but then the project was canceled and its assets were folded into Rise of The Triad: Dark War.

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Pro Bike Check: World #3 Kevin Miquel’s Sunn Kern at EWS Zermatt 2020

A few days before racing got underway at the opening round of the Enduro World Series in Zermatt, we caught up with World #3 Kevin Miquel of the Sunn Enduro Factory Race Team. The Swiss Alps offer some of the roughest and rockiest riding seen on the EWS circuit. So, like most riders, Kevin’s bike […]

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Timmy Hansen: “Kouvola Was Most Difficult World RX Event Ever”

Timmy Hansen reached the final on Sunday at the World RX of Finland after getting his season back on track with a podium 24 hours earlier, although it was a day of mixed fortunes for the defending champion who started with a second place in Q1 before drama in Q2.

Hansen made a mistake coming off the final corner which allowed Andreas Bakkerud to look down the inside at turn one. They made contact with Hansen coming off worst, and was forced to save a half spin.

No penalty was given to Bakkerud but post-race the two drivers were side by side on the way back to the paddock. Both lined up in the same race for Q3 but it was a cleaner affair as Hansen got a front row start for the semi-finals.

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Mick Schumacher provides ray of sunshine for sad Ferrari

Ferrari junior wins from seventh on grid in Italy for first victory of 2020 and first in an F2 feature race; Schumacher now just behind fellow academy drivers Shwartzman & Ilott in title chase.

Mick Schumacher provided struggling Ferrari with what they described as a “ray of sunshine” amid an otherwise difficult home GP for the Italian team with his first victory of the F2 season.

Mick Schumacher, a member of Ferrari’s driver academy, won his first round in the series last year in a reverse-grid sprint race in Hungary, but Saturday’s success at Monza came in the longer and more significant feature race.

Stretching his run of consecutive podiums to four, Schumacher is now in the thick of the F2 title fight and within three points of two fellow Ferrari juniors – Robert Shwartzman and Callum Ilott, who are tied at the top of the standings.

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Oh Canada! Felix Completes Canadian History At US Open

History has been made at this year’s US Open with three Canadian players reaching the second week of a Grand Slam for the first time. After Denis Shapovalov and Vasek Pospisil advanced to the fourth round with thrilling five-set victories, No. 15 seed Felix Auger-Aliassime completed the Canadian hat trick with a dominant performance on Saturday.

Some players struggle to maintain momentum after a big win and suffer a letdown in their next match, but Auger-Aliassime is not one of them. Two days after defeating 2012 champion Andy Murray under the lights in Arthur Ashe Stadium, the No. 15 seed picked up where he left off in dismantling fellow #NextGenATP player Corentin Moutet 6-1, 6-0, 6-4. Auger-Aliassime advanced to the second week of a major championship for the first time and improved to 2-0 in his ATP Head2Head series with Moutet.

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Re:ZERO – The Prophecy of the Throne for PS4, Nintendo Switch, & PC Gets Box Art & More

Today Spike Chunsoft reached out with a press release to share the brand new box art of the upcoming Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- The Prophecy of the Throne.

The box art, portraying the familiar protagonists from the light novels and anime plus a brand new character named Melty, was drawn directly by Shinichirou Otsuka. Recently, we also saw a piece of key art.

You can enjoy it below, alongside a look at the Day One Edition and Collector’s Edition with the new artwork.

Incidentally, today we also get the reveal of the designs of the items included in the Collector’s Edition.



If you’re unfamiliar with the game, below you can read how Spike Chunsoft describes it.

The upcoming Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- The Prophecy of the Throne is a tactical adventure game with an original story based around the first season of the Re:ZERO -Starting

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AASQ #83: SRAM Shifts through your questions on gearing for gravel bikes

We know, there’s no such thing as a stupid question. But there are some questions you might not want to ask your local shop or riding buddies. AASQ is our weekly series where we get to the bottom of your questions – serious or otherwise. This one dives into the world of 1x, 2x and […]

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Mercedes-AMG Petronas 2020 Italian Grand Prix Preview

Formula One heads from one iconic track to another, with the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza hosting Round 8 of the 2020 season: the Italian Grand Prix.

Toto Wolff talks Italy:

Spa had not been our strongest track in recent years, so it felt very good to redeem ourselves this year and leave Belgium with a 1- 2. A few weeks ago, I was out on the track in Silverstone to watch our cars go through Maggots and Becketts; last weekend in Spa, I was watching the onboard of it going through Eau Rouge and Pouhon. Seeing the W11 driven in anger, attacking the circuit with everything they’ve got, is truly impressive and shows what a mighty machine this team has created – the result of a colossal effort from everyone in Brackley and Brixworth.

2020 Italian Grand Prix, Friday – LAT Images

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Kevin Hansen Unable to Show Wet Weather Pace in Finland

Kevin Hansen was frustrated on Sunday after he was eliminated at the semi-final stage of the World RX of Finland. Hansen was in the runner-up’s spot going into the final part of qualifying after he finished second in Q2.

But worsening weather and track conditions in Q3 hurt the drivers in the last race of the session including Hansen. Nevertheless, he still qualified sixth and believes he was on course for victory in his semi-final if traffic did not hamper him.

Ironically, it was brother Timmy Hansen who inadvertently held Kevin up and allowed GRX Taneco‘s Timur Timerzyanov to jump Kevin on the final lap when he took to the joker lap.

Despite Kevin doing everything he could to sneak by Timerzyanov at the line, it was not enough and he left Kouvola disappointed.

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2020 Italian GP, Ferrari second practice report: Charles P9, Sebastian P12

The Scuderia Ferrari cars didn’t appear in the top 10 throughout the three-day weekend at Spa and after the first practice session at Monza that was also true. Charles Leclerc finished a tow-assisted 11th in the opening session, whereas Sebastian Vettel was all the way down between the two Williams cars in 19th.

The four-time champion certainly expected better this afternoon, but to what extent will Ferrari as a whole be able to move forward from the middle of the midfield? Things seemed to improve a little bit for the Maranello team in the second practice session at Monza, but still far from where the Italian side should be.

Scuderia Ferrari Monegasque driver Charles Leclerc finished in P9, while Sebastian Vettel improved to 12th in second practice but nearly ended his session in the barriers after spinning his Ferrari at the first of the Lesmos, an accident that was almost … Read the rest