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Twisted Metal is a series of vehicular combat games, spanning nine games on the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, and PlayStation 3. It is the longest running PlayStation-exclusive franchise.
Cybersecurity services provider Kaspersky has warned of a malware which can steal bank account details and other personal data through suspicious mails and third-party dealers. In its blog, Kaspersky said the malware RedLine is one of the most common Trojans being used to steal passwords and credentials from the browsers, file transfer protocol clients and desktop messengers. The malware is available on underground hacker forums for just a few hundred dollars. The malware can steal usernames, passwords, cookies, bank details and cryptowallets. The RedLine malware is known for its self-propagation functionality. Several files which receive videos and post to the infected users' YouTube channels along with links to a password-protected archive. The videos often advertise cheats and cracks for games including CrossFire, FIFA22, Sniper Elite, Lego Star Wars, APB Reloaded, DayZ, Dying Light 2, F1® 22, Farming Simulator, Farthest Frontier, Final Fantasy XIV, Forza, Osu!, Point Blank, Project Zomboid, Rust, Sniper Elite, Spider-Man, Stray, Thymesia, VRChat and Walken.
According to the Kaspersky blog, the cybercriminals actively target gaming accounts and gaming computer resources. The malware is distributed in the form of game hacks, cheats and cracks. The self-spreading bundle with RedLine lures victims with ads for cracks and cheats as well as instructions on how to hack games.
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The Quick Menu is a handy menu that gives you all the game-specific options for the game you're currently running. Options such as save states, recording, controls, cheats, and more. Access it by pressing the F1 key during gameplay.
Mario Kart: Double Dash!! is a racing game developed and published by Nintendo for the GameCube and a part of the Mario Kart series. It was released in November 2003 worldwide, being released in Japan first and later being rereleased as a Player's Choice title in Australia and New Zealand. The game, while retaining many aspects of the previous Mario Kart games, such as selecting a Mario franchise character as the player's driver and the familiar item-based weaponry that the series employs, introduces a feature that is unique to this entry in the Mario Kart series: the two-person karts, hence the title of the game. Two characters handle a single kart, where one character steers and the other uses the items, and they can switch positions at any time if necessary. This is the only game in the franchise where two players can play cooperatively in one kart, with each player handling a single character, though the option to play in separate 2-person karts for each player is still available. In addition, the game introduces Special Items, items that are exclusive to a pair of characters. The game is one of the few games to take advantage of LAN Mode via the Nintendo GameCube Broadband Adapter, which allows up to sixteen players to participate in a single race.
Spencer McIlvaine of Nintendo Life gave the game 9 stars out of 10, praising the game as being a worthy successor to the Mario Kart franchise, despite that it has less innovation than the other games. He concluded with "Nevertheless, the game has lost some of the edge that it had in its first two outings and shows fewer innovative ideas here. This time around the game was mostly about better graphics and less buggy programming with a few gimmicks thrown in like having two drivers instead of one. As a result, Double Dash is not the most recommended Mario Kart game in the franchise. But compared to other games in general it's still one heck of a ride." Tom Bramwell of Eurogamer gave the game a score of 9 out of 10. He praised the game for adding more content, especially the online LAN mode. He wrote, "In my opinion, it's not a better game than the original Super Mario Kart, but it is the closest anyone's ever come, and one of the finest pieces of electronic entertainment ever developed." He also stated that rating Mario Kart Double Dash!! was the hardest thing he did because he always wanted to write about it. 2b1af7f3a8