Cuphead: svelato l’elenco degli obiettivi sbloccabili

Dopo una lunga attesa, lo shooter 2D Cuphead è finalmente pronto all’esordio su Xbox One e Windows 10. Nel frattempo il sito TrueAchievements ha già pubblicato l’elenco dei 24 obiettivi sbloccabili completando il gioco, per un totale di 1000 punti Gamerscore.

Come è possibile notare nell’elenco sottostante, alcuni sono legati al superamento dei boss, altri prevedono di ottenere un ranking pari ad A o superiore nei vari livelli di gioco o ancora di completare il gioco sia a difficoltà normale che a livello esperto. Gli obiettivi segreti sono tre.

Ecco la lista comprensiva di punteggi:

Taking Names – Defeat a boss 10
A Walk in the Park – Defeat every boss in Inkwell Isle I 30
A Day at the Fair – Defeat every boss in Inkwell Isle II 40
A Trip Downtown – Defeat every boss in Inkwell Isle III 50
Casino Night – Complete the Casino 60
Secret Achievement – 70
Secret Achievement – 10
Put On a Show – Get an S-Rank – 50
Sheriff – Obtain an A-Rank or higher on all bosses in Inkwell Isle I 50
Boss – Obtain an A-Rank or higher on all bosses in Inkwell Isle II 50
Mayor – Obtain an A-Rank or higher on all bosses in Inkwell Isle III 50
King – Obtain an A-Rank or higher on all bosses in Inkwell Isle Hell 50
Souls Saved – Complete the game on Normal 100
Beat The Devil At His Own Game – Complete the game on Expert 100
Butter-and-Egg Man – Buy everything in Porkrind’s Shop 40
Secret Achievement – 10
Ceramic Strike – Defeat a boss with an Extra Special move 15
Porcelain Power – Defeat a boss with a Super Art – 20
Magician Lord – Obtain all Super Arts – 30
Perfect Run – Complete a level without getting hit – 30
Coffers Full – Get every coin in all of the levels – 60
Bouncing Ball – Parry five times before hitting the ground – 40
Parry Persistance – Complete 20 parries – 10
Parry Performance – Complete 100 parries – 25

La data di lancio di Cuphead è fissata per il 29 settembre su PC e Xbox One. In attesa della nostra recensione potete leggere il provato realizzato da Vincenzo Lettera.

Autore: Davide Spotti Ultime news PC | Multiplayer.it

Marketing Business Summit 2017, 20 euro di sconto con Tom’s

Il 23 e 24 novembre 2017, a Milano presso l’Hotel Melia, si svolgerà la seconda edizione del Marketing Business Summit, un evento diverso da tutti gli altri dedicati al web marketing, perché il MBS rappresenta una vera occasione di alta formazione, suddivisa in due giornate, e possibilità di networking.

Tom’s Hardware è Media Partner dell’evento, e per questo offriamo agli interessati uno sconto di 20 euro sul biglietto d’ingresso.

Quest’anno l’edizione vanta diverse novità. La prima consiste nella presenza di numerosi relatori internazionali (con traduzione simultanea), che presenteranno, con un taglio sempre molto pratico basato su how-to e case study, speech di elevato livello, anche con un’impronta molto tecnica (soprattutto in ambito SEO).

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Saliranno sul palco professionisti del calibro di Jon Myers, Chief Growth Officer presso DeepCrawl, Barry Adams, Founder Polemic Digital, Teresa Masterson, ex Web Editor NBC Phildelphia, Kaspar Szymanski, ex Google Search Quality Strategist, Ana Iorga, CEO Neuroscientist presso Buyer Brain o ancora Nikolay Nedev, Business Development di rankingCoach, con interventi su SEO, digital e neuro marketing e web copywritng.

Accanto ad essi, si alterneranno sul palco grandi professionisti italiani, come Alessandro Ponte (esperto in Lead Generation), Andrea Contino (Marketing Manager a Microsoft Bing Advertising), Francesca Taddei (Customer Experience Consultant), Annamaria Anelli (Business Writer) e molti altri.

Un’altra novità consiste nella varietà del programma formativo, che rende diverso l’evento dai tanti altri: Non si parlerà infatti solo di SEO, Social Media, E-commerce etc. ma anche di argomenti come le pratiche legate alla Customer Experience, alla comprensione di Google per evitare penalizzazioni e filtri web spam, a come creare traffico e conversioni con i social media, ai Big Data, a come migliorare il proprio ranking tramite il Mobile First Indexing e molto altro. Per maggiori dettagli su programma e speaker potete consultare il sito ufficiale.

Iscriviti QUI con il codice “toms” e ottieni 20 euro di extra-sconto.

Al termine della prima giornata di evento infine ci sarà il Laboratorio SEO, un momento, in aula plenaria, durante il quale alcuni esperti SEO analizzeranno in real time alcuni siti dei partecipanti (che si saranno precedentemente candidati e saranno stati estratti a sorte). Che otterranno quindi un’analisi SEO professionale gratuita del proprio sito web!

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Il biglietto per partecipare costa 399 euro, ma per chi si iscriverà entro il prossimo 30 settembre il prezzo sarà di 159 euro. I nostri lettori inoltre avranno uno sconto ulteriore di 20 euro utilizzando il codice coupon “toms”, pagando così 139 euro.


Autore: Tom’s Hardware Tom’s Hardware

Foot – L1 – Lille – Marcelo Bielsa, ça ne commence pas toujours bien

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Les débuts de Marcelo Bielsa à Lille sont cahoteux. L’entraîneur argentin n’a remporté qu’un seul de ses six premiers matches de Ligue 1 à la tête de l’équipe nordiste. Et ce n’est pas la première fois qu’il a des difficultés à trouver ses marques en début de saison.

Football - Ligue 1 - Marcelo Bielsa a reconnu qu'il avait effectué de mauvais choix tactiques en ce début de saison. (S.Mantey/L'Equipe)

Marcelo Bielsa a reconnu qu’il avait effectué de mauvais choix tactiques en ce début de saison. (S.Mantey/L’Equipe)

Marcelo Bielsa et le Losc sont-ils compatibles ? Après six matches de Ligue 1 sous les ordres du technicien argentin, Lille pointe à la 17e place du classement, avec seulement cinq points engrangés et un bilan inquiétant de trois défaites, deux nuls et une seule petite victoire, en ouverture de la saison face à Nantes (3-0). Pire : les Dogues restent sur 470 minutes sans marquer un but.

Marcelo Bielsa est arrivé au Losc précédé d’une réputation flatteuse et d’attentes énormes au sein du club mais aussi dans les rangs des supporters. Pourtant, la mayonnaise tarde à prendre dans le nord et Lille se retrouve dans une position délicate avant la réception de Monaco, ce vendredi (20h45), pour le compte de la 7e journée. «Je ne m’en irai pas d’ici même si nous devons lutter pour le maintien tout le championnat», a rassuré «El Loco», mercredi en conférence de presse.

À l’Espanyol, six matches et puis s’en va

Ce n’est pas la première fois que Bielsa réalise un départ médiocre avec une équipe qu’il entraîne. En Espagne, il n’avait remporté qu’un seul match (deux nuls, trois défaites) lors de ses six premiers matches à la tête de l’Espanyol Barcelone, en 1998. Il avait ensuite quitté le club catalan à l’issue de ces six rencontres pour prendre les rênes de la sélection argentine.

Ses débuts aux commandes de l’Athletic Bilbao, lors de la saison 2011-2012, n’avaient guère été plus brillants, avec le même bilan d’une victoire, deux nuls et trois défaites. En fin de saison, la formation basque avait terminé dixième du championnat. Plus récemment, avec Marseille, en 2014, après un match nul initial contre Bastia (3-3) puis une défaite face à Montpellier (0-2), son OM avait enchainé huit succès de rang.

Ses débuts lors de ses expériences sud-américaines ont été plus réussis avec seulement trois défaites en 24 rencontres à la tête de Newell’s Old Boys, CF Atlas, Club America puis Velez Sarsfield.

Au Mexique, des bons départs mais des fins ratées

Avec la formation argentine des Newell’s Old Boys, sa première équipe professionnelle, il a remporté le tournoi d’ouverture, mais ces bons démarrages ne sont pas forcément synonymes de réussite en fin de saison et de bon classement final. Aux commandes du CF Atlas, il terminera sa première saison à la 12e place. Avec Club America, ce sera tout juste mieux avec une 11e place. De retour en Argentine, au Velez Sarsfield, il prend la 4e place du tournoi d’ouverture en 1997.

Quant à l’OM de Bielsa, après une première partie étonnante, où l’OM est sacré champion d’automne, la formation olympienne terminera finalement à la 4e place, juste au pied du podium après une série de 4 défaites de rang en avril qui plombe la fin de parcours de son équipe.

L’effectif le plus jeune des cinq plus grands championnats

Les débuts manqués de Bielsa peuvent notamment s’expliquer par le fait qu’il travaille avec l’effectif le plus jeune des cinq grands championnats européens, avec une moyenne d’âge de 22,88 ans. Bielsa a aussi besoin de temps pour mettre en place ses idées peu conventionnelles. «Arriver à obtenir un rendement proportionnel aux qualités des joueurs, c’est le but de l’entraîneur», estime Bielsa qui n’y est donc toujours pas parvenu.

Ce vendredi soir, lorsqu’il croisera Jardim, celui-ci pourra le rassurer en lui rappelant qu’il avait également souffert lors de son arrivée à Monaco en 2014. Lors des six premières journées, son équipe avait signé trois défaites, deux victoires et un nul avant de se lancer dans une saison beaucoup plus emballante qui l’avait vu terminer à la troisième place du classement.

Sy. D.

Autore: L’Equipe.fr Actu Football

Nvidia releases Geforce 385.69 WHQL Game Ready bug fixes

One to have for Project Cars 2 and Total War: Warhammer II

Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 385.69 WHQL Game Ready drivers which bring support for plenty of upcoming games, including Project Cars 2, Total War: Warhammer II and more, as well as brings lots of bug fixes, SLI, 3D Vision and VR profiles.

According to the full release notes, the Geforce 385.69 WHQL Game Ready drivers include optimizations for Project Cars 2, Total War: Warhammer II,  Call of Duty: WWII Open Beta, EVE: Valkyrie – Warzone, FIFA 18, Forza Motorsport 7, From Other Suns’ Open Beta, Raiders of the Broken Planet and Star Wars Battlefront 2’s Open Beta.

In addition to these game optimizations, Geforce 385.69 WHQL drivers also include VR Game Ready optimizations for  EVE: Valkyrie – Warzone and From Other Suns Open Beta, SLI profiles for Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, Fortnite, JX3 Online, Project Cars 2, Raiders of the Broken Planet, Total War: Warhammer II, as well as 3D Vision profiles for Call of Duty: WWII (good), Project Cars 2 (good), Raiders of the Broken Planet (not recommended) and Total War: Warhammer II (not recommended).

The new driver release also fixes a couple of bugs including SLI/ShadowPlay issues in Doom 4 where severe flickering occurs in the game after pressing Alt + Tab, bugs with low frame rates in Minecraft on Optimus notebooks, heavy flickering issues with OpenGL application on Optimus notebooks, lower frame rate in Runescape, low frame rate and lagging issues with The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth on GTX 1050 Ti, stuttering problems when playing games on the external display with Geforce GTX 1080 Notebook and G-Sync, issues with HDR TV/displays that get distorted colors after changing the resolution from the Windows Control Panel, issues with stuttering of video playback from Windows store apps on G-Sync and more.

The new Geforce 385.69 WHQL driver also includes a security update for driver components which can be found over at the dedicated security page and could lead to denial of service or possible escalation of privilege.

There are plenty of new games coming soon and it is good that Nvidia managed to cover most of them with its latest driver release so hopefully everything will be running smooth. Nvidia also published an extensive blog post for the new driver release where you can read a bit more about those upcoming games and find some of the trailers that you can also check out below.

As always, the Geforce 385.69 WHQL Game Ready drivers are available for Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions and can be downloaded from the Nvidia driver support page or automatically via Geforce Experience software.

Autore: bobo [AT] fudzilla [DOT] com (Slobodan Simic) Fudzilla.com – Home

Equifax Sent Customers to a Phishing Site, Hacked Months Earlier

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The hits just keep on coming. In the weeks since Equifax disclosed its breach, the company has fumbled its PR response so badly, it’s going to be an object lesson in crisis management for decades. We first learned Equifax was breached because it failed to patch a bug that had been repaired two months previously. But every aspect of the company’s response has been abysmal, particularly given that it had over a month to prepare.

The latest news is that the company is so inept, it’s been directing people to a white hat phishing site specifically intended to test the company’s security response. Oh — and Equifax suffered a major security breach months before the one that stole 143 million records on almost every adult in the United States. It even may have been perpretated by the same group of people, though that’s still under investigation.

The company’s CIO and the aforementioned chief security officer have already resigned, but these latest revelations could cause more heads to role. According to Bloomberg, Equifax noticed it was under attack in early March and worked with Mandiant to plug the hole. The details of this breach have not been disclosed to the public, but the implication is clear: Equifax was already under attack when it was breached again in May, and should have implemented stronger security protocols as a result. The only reason the company was breached was because it failed to patch Apache Struts, even after a critical flaw was discovered in the program.

Phishing for Tweets

The other major headache for Equifax is that it’s been tweeting the wrong URL to customers asking where to go for help and information. While we don’t have a tally of how many people were misdirected, the company told people to visit SecurityEquifax2017.com on multiple occasions. Tim is likely in a lot of trouble:

The actual website for Equifax’s failure is equifaxsecurity2017.com.

The best part of all this? Equifax is highly unlikely to face any kind of penalty for dumping everyone’s permanent information online. After all, it was the victim in this attack. Apart from an investigation into the three executives who sold stock after Equifax learned about the breach, and some various class action lawsuits against the company, there appears to be little in the way of law that would punish it.

It’s just the latest and most egregious example of how people are told that their data is simultaneously worthless and incredibly valuable. Companies and governments want the right to mine every single aspect of your life for information that can be monetized or saved for later consultation, but they don’t want you to think this information has any value whatsoever. If you did, you might care what happened to it.

Now read: 20 Best Privacy Tips

Autore: Joel Hruska ExtremeTechExtremeTech