One of the most polarising smartphone design trends that emerged last year, was a cutout or ‘notch' in the display. The Essential Phone PH-1 was the first to use one, with a modest cut-out for the front facing camera. However, the design was popularised by Apple, with the launch of the iPhone X and its infamous notch, which housed numerous components including infrared cameras for Face ID.
While consoles are designed to support local multiplayer, more often than not it usually ends up being that one person will own one console. However with the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo tried pitching it differently where it seemed like Nintendo was encouraging that players share their consoles, largely thanks to the way the console is designed.
However fast forward a year later, Nintendo seems like they might want to change that and are now hoping to get a Switch into the hands of every gamer. This was revealed by Shinya Takahashi, Nintendo’s general manager of the entertainment and development division where he said that initially Nintendo intended for the Switch to be owned by families, but are now aiming for every single person.
The other day Capcom announced that Monster Hunter-themed costumes would be coming to Street Fighter as part of the celebration of the launch of Monster Hunter: World. Now it looks like the opposite is happening, where it looks like Street Fighter characters will be coming to Monster Hunter: World.
In an announcement by Capcom, it looks like two of Street Fighter's more popular/recognizable characters Ryu and Sakura will be making their way into Monster Hunter: World. However we should note that these are basically armor sets that when fully equipped will make characters look like either Ryu or Sakura, and can be worn by either male or female hunters with appropriate voice acting to match Ryu or Sakura.
The participating teams will start unveiling their new F1 cars for 2018 in the coming weeks and months. But before they do, we have at least one more independent design to show you.
What we have here is a proposal for the forthcoming Toro Rosso STR13, done up by livery designer Sean Bull – complete with halo cockpit protection device, and all decked out in chrome (with some matte black detailing thrown in for contrast).
We understand that taking a regular car and turning it into a supercar killer is something a lot of petrolheads like. But sometimes, pouring a ton of money into a project car isn’t the best of ideas.
This Subaru Impreza 2.5 RS that stars in RegularCars’ latest video is a perfect example of when a project goes too far. The owner set out on a quest to get an engine out of a STI to make 400 horsepower and ended up blowing numerous motors. He then turned to the venerable, turbocharged 2JZ engine from the Toyota Supra and converted the Impreza to be rear-wheel drive only.
The third-generation Mazda 626 sold very well in Europe between 1982 and 1987, and this 5-door hatchback version was by far the most practical option in the range.
Now, somebody's trying to sell a 1987 facelifted example on cc-cars for no less than 129,000 DKK - which, at current exchange rates, amounts to around $20,000! The reason why they're asking so much is because the car has less than 1,000 km (621 miles) on the clock.
You might be tricked into thinking that this tuned Nissan GT-R is owned by a car guy that polishes it on weekends and considers it his baby.
However, you'd be wrong, because the young blonde woman that poses next to it in the videos that follow has her name written in the papers. She may look familiar to some, and you may blame it on two other stories that we covered last year.