NBA 2K23 Review: Gameplay Videos, Features and Impressions | News, Scores, Highlights, Stats, and Rumors

2K NBA 2K23 has a chance to resemble an insurmountable lead in a critical Game 7. The latest effort from the storied basketball series from developer Visual Concepts and 2K Sports is the second primarily aimed at next-generation consoles after the successful NBA 2K22. Fittingly, Phoenix Suns star Devin Booker and the legendary Michael Jordan … Read more

The delicious, healthy and nutritious family meals you can make with cans of food costing £1 or less

With the rising cost of living, it’s becoming increasingly expensive to eat healthily. As part of an occasional new series, Good Health asked dietitian Dr Sarah Schenker to create a series of wholesome, inexpensive meals using a selection of cheap store-cupboard staples, this week starting with cans. ‘You can slash the cost of any meal … Read more

Rumor: Horizon Zero Dawn remaster for PS5, Horizon online multiplayer game for PS5 and PC in development

Publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment and developer Guerrilla Games are currently working on a remastered version of Horizon Zero Dawn for PlayStation 5, as well as a Horizon online multiplayer project for PlayStation 5 and PC, according to a report by MP1st. The remastered release will reportedly feature an improved lighting system, overhauled textures, and better … Read more

Shovel Knight Dig Review And HBO’s The Last Of Us Trailer | GI Show

In this week’s episode of The Game Informer Show, special guest Brenden Groom from the Pass The Controller Podcast joins us to chat about our Shovel Knight Dig review impressions, E3 returning next June as a segmented business and consumer show, and finally, whether or not HBO’s The Last Of Us needs to differentiate itself from the games.  Follow us on social … Read more

Steve Baker says UK cannot afford net zero pledge ‘in the short run’ | Politics News

A Conservative minister has said “in the short run” the UK cannot afford net zero. Speaking at an event run by the Institute of Economic Affairs at the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham, Northern Ireland minister Steve Baker told a packed room of party members that cutting net zero commitments this year would save households … Read more