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Microsoft Store Sydney Helping our Tech Minded Kids


Way back in my high school years, the mid-late 90's, geez that's a while ago, we were asked the question How will you see computers impacting your life and careers? 
At the time IT based jobs were becoming big, internet startups were everywhere and it really was boom time. 
Fast forward 2 decades and I carry a small PC in my pocket and phone and link on my wrist. I use a PC every day for work, I draw on it, communicate and play. 
But where to from here? 
Well recent studies have confirmed that IT and computing is still a core want and belief of students.
Once again Microsoft is at the forefront and helping our little ones in these school holidays. 

Over the next week, if you're looking for something for your tech loving child to do, check out the below. 
I've done sessions with the Microsoft store with one of my little ones and she didn't stop talking about it for weeks. 

Be sure to check it out. 

Pat 

New research reveals Aussie students’ vision for the school of the future 


  • 6 out of 10 students hope to see IT and Computers as a core part of the school curriculum within the next 10 years 
  • 65% of school students said they have an interest in learning coding in school, with one in three students saying they haven’t had the opportunity to do this 
  • Over 50% of students consider Computers and IT to be the subjects most important to their future careers 

New research, commissioned by Microsoft Store Australia, has highlighted the growing student demand for tech-based tools and skills in school. The research reveals that Aussie kids are excited to learn via advanced technology and are prioritising STEM-based education to get themselves ready for the jobs of the future.  

Inspired by these findings, Microsoft Store has created a learning experience in store, offering students the chance to sample some of the subjects and teaching tools of the future through a series of workshops available in January. 

In the lead up to Australian students heading back to the classroom, the research reveals that 65 per cent of students aged 10-16 years old in Australia have an interest in learning more STEM focused skills, like coding in school, with one in three students saying they are not taught this currently. Further to this, the research showcases Aussie kids value STEM based subjects as the most relevant to their jobs in the future, prioritising Computers (61%), IT (63%) and Science (57%) over traditionally preferred subjects, such as P.E (45%), English (51%) and Music (44%).  

The research results also indicate that Aussie kids are excited about new learning tools and experiences in the classroom of the future. Twenty-one per cent of students say they would like more opportunities to learn outside of the physical classroom, forty-two per cent of students say they would like to interact more with classroom computers via touch screen, and twenty-seven per cent would like to be able to interact with computers via voice command.  

During the January school holidays (19 – 24 January) Microsoft Store will offer students aged 8 – 15 years a taste of the school of the future through an engaging curriculum involving AR, AI and coding workshops, and kids and parents will be given a taste of the Australian school of the future.  

Max Ferfoglia, Community Development Specialist at the flagship Microsoft Store in Sydney says, “We’re very excited that Aussie school kids are so interested in learning about new technologies in the school of the future. It’s even more exciting to be able to offer students the opportunity to trial technology and curriculums that they may not have hands-on experience in their school classes at the moment. By offering these workshops at Microsoft Store, we hope to inspire and empower children to feel confident and excited about the future of technology, ultimately inspiring them to pursue a career in the STEM industry.” 

Register for the workshops here. For more information on other STEM related workshops available throughout the year at the flagship Microsoft Store in Sydney, please see the events page on the Microsoft Store website.  


NOTES TO EDITORS: 
When: Sunday January 19th to Friday January 24th at various times throughout each day  
Where: Microsoft Store on Pitt Street Mall, Sydney (188 Pitt St, Sydney)  
Duration: the workshops run for 1.5 hours   
Recommended age: 8 -15 years, please note there are separate sessions for primary students and secondary students 
Skill level: beginners, no prior learning needed  

Workshop types:   

Merge Cube Workshop:  Imagine holding the earth in your hand, or perhaps even a great white shark! In partnership with Merge Cube, students will explore the wonders of the world and see them come to life before their eyes. In this interactive session, attendees will be guided through a series of Merge topic cards and experience them in 3D using Merge Cube's Augmented Reality technology. This session assumes zero student knowledge about AI and is suited to beginners. 

Minecraft Education – Element Scavenger Hunt: Blockheads get set to learn with Minecraft! Using Minecraft: Education Edition, students will learn about the earth's elements and how they combine to form matter. A combination of science, gaming and a whole lot of fun, attendees will break apart material blocks to understand how they are made up of component elements in this hands-on 'scavenger hunt' style session.  

AI with NeuranextIn partnership with Neuranext, this fun, interactive session, students will learn the key scientific concepts of Artificial Intelligence with Neuranext AI. Attendees will learn how A.I. is all around us, get to implement computer vision using Python Code and Jupyter Notebooks with data and images they create. Students will also workshop future applications of the technology and their impact on the world. Students will participate in deploying computer vision and neural networks to activate autonomous robotic cars for a self-driving task. 


App Lab – Build your own app: Budding app developers, listen up! In partnership with Code.org, this 1.5-hour workshop, you will learn how to build your own app using fundamentals of JavaScript with block-based coding. Using Code.org’s App Lab, learn how to come up with an app idea and watch it transform from sketch to shareable app in moments. For students 13+ only. NB: To save and access their app following the workshop, students will need to bring an email address. 


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Xbox Console Streaming (Preview) for Android



Xbox Insiders in all Xbox One-supported countries can try the preview and help shape the future of game streaming starting today. That means you can try out the Xbox Console Streaming (Preview)!

Xbox Console Streaming is our new system feature that enables you to play your owned and installed Xbox One games, including Xbox Game Pass titles, on your Android phone or tablet, streamed from your home console. We view the public preview as an important step in our journey to deliver game streaming to Xbox players around the world! We are learning from Xbox Insiders like you whenever you participate in these new technologies.

Team Xbox is pleased and encouraged by the response from those Xbox Insiders in the US and the UK who have participated since we launched in October. The community has provided invaluable feedback that has already improved the experience. And we’re continuing to roll out improvements over the course of the preview. In fact, Xbox Insiders joining us today will soon benefit from the latest improvements in an upcoming update. We look forward to receiving even more feedback from a broader set of players in a wider variety of environments from all over the world! 

If you’re interested in joining the Xbox Insider program to help test the Xbox Console Streaming (Preview), you can find more informationhere

How to Participate in Console Streaming (Preview) 

Here’s what you need to know about the Xbox Console Streaming (Preview) to get started: 
  • You must be an Xbox Insider, in a supported region, with an Xbox One console enrolled in an Xbox One Update Preview ring to participate in the preview. Additional requirements:  
    • A phone or tablet running Android 6.0 or higher, with Bluetooth 4.0 (mobile data charges may apply)
    • A Bluetooth-enabled Xbox One Wireless Controller
    • A Microsoft Account with Xbox profile, and high-speed Internet (ISP fees may apply)
    • While not required, we recommend a controller mount for those gamers testing on a phone
  • Download the Xbox Game Streaming (Preview) app from the Google Play Store. 
  • The app will guide you through setup on your enrolled Xbox One. This includes a test to ensure your home network, console and controller are ready for Xbox Console Streaming: 
    • The network test ensures your console’s network connection and setup meet the minimum requirements: 
      • NAT type: Open or Moderate 
      • Upstream bandwidth: At least 4.75 Mbps required, 9 Mbps preferred 
      • Network latency: 125 ms or less required, 60 ms or less preferred 
      • Console settings: Power setting must be Instant-on 
    • For help improving your console’s setup, visit the Xbox Support website
    • For additional support, check out the Game Streaming Support Hub, or visit the Xbox Insiders Subreddit

A sincere thanks to everyone who is helping us build Xbox Console Streaming. We are working closely with the Xbox Insider community to gather feedback that will shape and define future iterations of the technology. 




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17th January 2020

Something to do in the School Holidays


More than half of Aussie students rank IT and computer education as most important to their future career 

New research reveals Aussie students’ vision for the school of the future 
·       6 out of 10 students hope to see IT and Computers as a core part of the school curriculum within the next 10 years 
·       65% of school students said they have an interest in learning coding in school, with one in three students saying they haven’t had the opportunity to do this 
·       Over 50% of students consider Computers and IT to be the subjects most important to their future careers 
 
New research, commissioned by Microsoft Store Australia, has highlighted the growing student demand for tech-based tools and skills in school. The research reveals that Aussie kids are excited to learn via advanced technology and are prioritising STEM-based education to get themselves ready for the jobs of the future.  
 
Inspired by these findings, Microsoft Store has created a learning experience in store, offering students the chance to sample some of the subjects and teaching tools of the future through a series of workshops available in January. 
 
In the lead up to Australian students heading back to the classroom, the research reveals that 65 per cent of students aged 10-16 years old in Australia have an interest in learning more STEM focused skills, like coding in school, with one in three students saying they are not taught this currently. Further to this, the research showcases Aussie kids value STEM based subjects as the most relevant to their jobs in the future, prioritising Computers (61%), IT (63%) and Science (57%) over traditionally preferred subjects, such as P.E (45%), English (51%) and Music (44%).  
 
The research results also indicate that Aussie kids are excited about new learning tools and experiences in the classroom of the future. Twenty-one per cent of students say they would like more opportunities to learn outside of the physical classroom, forty-two per cent of students say they would like to interact more with classroom computers via touch screen, and twenty-seven per cent would like to be able to interact with computers via voice command.  
 
During the January school holidays (19 – 24 January) Microsoft Store will offer students aged 8 – 15 years a taste of the school of the future through an engaging curriculum involving AR, AI and coding workshops, and kids and parents will be given a taste of the Australian school of the future.  
 
Max Ferfoglia, Community Development Specialist at the flagship Microsoft Store in Sydney says, “We’re very excited that Aussie school kids are so interested in learning about new technologies in the school of the future. It’s even more exciting to be able to offer students the opportunity to trial technology and curriculums that they may not have hands-on experience in their school classes at the moment. By offering these workshops at Microsoft Store, we hope to inspire and empower children to feel confident and excited about the future of technology, ultimately inspiring them to pursue a career in the STEM industry.” 
 
Register for the workshops here. For more information on other STEM related workshops available throughout the year at the flagship Microsoft Store in Sydney, please see the events page on the Microsoft Store website.  

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16th January 2020

ASSASSIN’S CREED THE REBEL COLLECTION

I've always had a bit of a love hate relationship with the Assassin's Creed games, I absolutely love the stories, anything Templar related and you have my attention, but I have never been able to get into the games, the gameplay hasn't sat with me.

That being said the one I have put the most into was Black Flag. Check out the below release for info on The Rebel Collection release and start singing shanties as you sail the seas from your Nintendo Switch.

Snoogs

Assassin’s Creed® The Rebel Collection includes Assassin’s Creed® IV Black Flag™ with all past single-player DLC, and Assassin’s Creed® Rogue. From becoming the most feared pirate in the Caribbean to transforming into the ultimate Assassin Hunter, fans and newcomers alike will have the opportunity to experience two major opuses from the Assassin’s Creed series, fully playable single-player and on-the-go with Nintendo Switch™. 

This exclusive compilation takes full advantage of the capabilities of the Nintendo Switch™ and Nintendo Switch Lite™, including enhanced features such as Touchscreen Interface, Optimized HUD, and Motion Control Aiming.

Assassin’s Creed® The Rebel Collection includes:


Assassin’s Creed® IV Black Flag™. Players will sail into the Golden Age of Piracy, where pirates have established their own lawless Republic. Playing as Edward Kenway, the most feared pirate captain in the Caribbean, players are drawn into the ancient war between the Assassins and Templars. Players will take part in world-famous battles, discover hidden treasures, and earn the respect of legendary characters like Blackbeard. The game’s vast open world features countless remote islands where corruption, greed, and cruelty are commonplace.

All single-player DLC, including Freedom Cry and more. In Freedom Cry, players will embody the former slave Adewale who finds freedom as a pirate aboard Edward Kenway's ship. 15 years later, Adewale becomes a trained Assassin to free the slaves and avenge them. In addition to this DLC and Aveline’s one, the Illustrious Pirates pack and all the ship customization packs will be available in Assassin’s Creed® IV Black Flag™.


Assassin’s Creed® Rogue. Amidst the chaos of the French and Indian War, players will embrace one man’s slow descent into darkness, forever shaping the future of the American colonies. As Shay Patrick Cormac, players will transform from a loyal member of the Assassin Brotherhood into the ultimate Assassin Hunter. On a perilous journey through America and the icy cold waters of the North Atlantic, players will take the perspective of a Templar for the first time in franchise history. This game can be downloaded for free within the eShop DLC. 

Extra Content Pack. Fans of the franchise can dive further into the Assassin’s Creed universe with an extra content pack, included in Assassin’s Creed® The Rebel Collection as a holiday gift. It contains Assassin’s Creed® Black Flag™ CG trailers and concept art, the first 55 pages of the novel Assassin's Creed® IV Black Flag: Blackbeard: The Lost Journal and the manga Assassin’s Creed® Awakening Volume I & II (in English only). This additional content is partly included in the game card and can be downloaded for free within the eShop DLC. 

New and exclusive outfits. From Altair’s outfit to Alexio’s one, the game invites fans to deep dive into Assassin’s Creed universe including not less than 10 new exclusive outfits of the main protagonists of the franchise. In addition, fans who played Assassin’s Creed III® Remastered will be able to unlock an exclusive outfit for Assassin’s Creed® The Rebel Collection through Ubisoft Club for free; players can embody their inner beast in Assassin’s Creed® IV Black Flag™ wearing the impressive animal spirit outfit. 


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RAIDS NOW AVAILABLE IN TOM CLANCY’S GHOST RECON: BREAKPOINT



Ubisoft announced that Project Titan, the first raid in franchise history, is now available for  free for all Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Breakpoint players on the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Windows PC and UPLAY +, Ubisoft’s subscription service* starting November 28. Additionally, Project Titan will be available on Stadia, the new generation gaming platform from Google, starting later in 2019.

Check out the trailer below



Project Titan introduces a four-player raid, which will test the teamwork and ability of the most experienced players as they take on the game’s toughest end-game challenge and face the most advanced Skell Technology drones, The Titans.

Project Titan takes place on Golem Island, an entirely new location off the coast of Auroa featuring unique environments full of sulfur, ashes and an active volcano. A faction of Wolves, called the Red Wolves, have taken over the island and refactored the AI to work on new lethal prototype drones. Ghosts will need to gather intel to find these drones, and push their skills to the limit to take them down.

To successfully complete a raid, players will need to destroy four bosses, Baal, Quantum Computer, Gargoyle and Cerberus, each with their own unique design and mechanics that will require tactical coordination and communication to overcome.


Players will need to assemble a full squad of four players with a Gear Level over 150 to access Project Titan. The raid will open with Normal difficulty and reward players with some of the best loot and gear in the game. The raid will be reset weekly, providing a fresh challenge to players by introducing objectives, enemy setups and rewards. In addition, Easy and Heroic difficulty modes will be introduced in early 2020. More information about Project Titan can be found here.



Project Titan is the first major content addition since the launch of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint and follows a series of free updates which brought major improvements to the game. The latest patch, TU 1.03.1, notably introduced improvements on adaptive magazine pouches on tactical vests, the gender and face selection at any time as well as a variety of important bug fixes. Patch notes can be found
here. The game will continue to receive regular updates in the coming months, in line with the commitment made in the Moving Forward letter to expand and improve the game based on player feedback. 






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Playstation Store Black Friday Discounts


PlayStation Australia is excited to announce that Black Friday discounts arrive on PlayStation Store later this evening, with massive savings of up to 60% on a huge range of PS4 Games.

The sale includes deals on a wide selection of hit game title including Marvel’s Spider-Man, GTA V Premium Online Edition, FIFA 20, NBA 2K20 and more!

These are just four of the great titles awaiting you from this evening on the PlayStation Store Black Friday promotion. Stay tuned to the PlayStation Blog as more games will join the sale from 28th November.

Black Friday also brings discounts on PlayStation Plus membership! Get a 25% discount on the price of a 12-month PS Plus membership , which is available for a limited time, so make haste!

To learn more about all the deals available on PlayStation Store for Black Friday, visit the PlayStation Blog.


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22nd November 2019

Sony Interactive Entertainment have a new Head of World Wide Studios

Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE), the company responsible for the PlayStation brand and family of products, has today announced the promotion of Guerrilla’s Hermen Hulst to Head of Worldwide Studios (WWS) effective immediately. In this role, Hulst will manage and lead all game development across the 14 studios that form Worldwide Studios. The company also announced that Shuhei Yoshida will leave his current position as President, WWS, to become head of a newly formed initiative that will focus on nurturing external independent creators. 

“Hermen is one of the most effective and well-respected leaders in the video game industry. He is a passionate advocate for the teams he leads and understands how to empower creative talent to build great experiences,” said Jim Ryan, President and CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment. “Worldwide Studios is a critical part of the future success of the company, and we must deliver on the promise we have made to gamers to create imaginative and exciting content that is truly unique to PlayStation. I have no doubt Hermen can lead our teams to deliver compelling and diverse experiences at a steady cadence.”

Hulst co-founded Amsterdam-based Guerrilla, and most recently served as Managing Director. The studio is best known for the Killzone franchise, which debuted on PlayStation 2 in 2004, and the acclaimed Horizon Zero Dawn, which launched in 2017 on PS4. Under Hulst’s leadership, Guerrilla has continued to innovate and developed Decima, a proprietary game engine launched in 2013 and used for the production of a range of titles, including the upcoming Death Stranding by Kojima Productions. Sony Computer Entertainment acquired Guerilla in 2005. Angie Smets, Jan-Bart van Beek and Michiel van der Leeuw will take over Hulst’s duties at Guerrilla as joint studio heads. 

“I have worked closely with PlayStation and the entire Worldwide Studios family since 2001, and I have the utmost respect and admiration for the creative talent and ambitious ideas within the network of studios across the US, Europe, and Japan,” said Hulst, Head of Worldwide Studios. “I am beyond excited to have the opportunity now to lead such an inspired and talented team whose singular mission is to build amazing games for PlayStation fans.”

Today, SIE also announced a new company initiative led by PlayStation veteran Shuhei Yoshida and focused on celebrating external developers that are creating new and unexpected experiences for the gaming community. Reporting directly to Jim Ryan, Yoshida will leave his role at WWS to concentrate on our diverse community of independent developers, ensuring they have the tools, technology, and services to reach PlayStation’s large community of gamers successfully.

“I am thrilled to announce Shu Yoshida as head of this new initiative. Everybody knows just how passionate Shu is about independent games – they are lifeblood of the industry, making our content portfolio so special for our gamers. These wildly creative experiences deserve focus and a champion like Shu at PlayStation who will ensure the entire SIE organization works together to better engage with independent developers through a culture of supporting and celebrating their contributions to PlayStation platforms,” added Ryan.

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Money Heist: Free this Weekend in Rainbow Six Siege



A new limited-time mini-event for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six® Siege based on the hit Netflix Original Series, Money Heist. The event launches November 20th and will run through November 25th. From November 21st, until November 25th Rainbow Six Siege will also be free-to-play so anyone can experience this crossover event!

This new game mode is set on the map Bank, in the Hostage game mode. The hostage is disguised in the infamous red suit and iconic mask worn by the robbers and their captives in Money Heist.
The Money Heist in-game event will also bring a red suit and mask outfit for Vigil and Hibana. In total, eight unique items will be available, including uniforms, headgear, weapon skins, and charms. These exclusive bundles are available for 1680 R6 Credits. During the event, Rainbow Six Siege will also be discounted significantly, with up to 66% off.
To learn more about the Money Heist event, please visit: Rainbow6.com/MoneyHeist


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RAGE 2: TerrorMania DLC Available NOW!


Rage 2 is one of those games I should spend more time in. I really do enjoy it but lack the time to put into it... So word of a new expansion or DLC if you will pricks up my ears, especially when it has such spooky over tones. 

Check out the release trailer below then the official release from Bethesda and let us know if you'll be jumping in and causing some terror of your own. 

Snoogs




RAGE 2’s latest expansion, RAGE 2: TerrorMania, is available now on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Players can dive in now to explore the Deadlands, the twisted and cursed alternate reality of the wasteland. Slice down skeletal goons with a powerful new sword (that doubles as a cursed-gate opening key) and discover warped versions of familiar locations as well as brand new locales. Track down fragments of the shattered NecroDisc and shut the gateway to this alternate dimension for good.

RAGE 2: TerrorMania is available on all platforms, downloadable from the in-game store for 500 RAGE Coins. Players can also pick up a special TerrorMania Digital Deluxe Upgrade for 1750 RAGE Coins which includes:

  • RAGE 2: TerrorMania expansion
  • Cult of the Death God mission
  • Reaper Assault Rifle weapon skin
  • Wasteland Celebrity Phoenix vehicle skin
  • Mutant Monster Truck vehicle skin
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Trine 4 A Wonderful time on the Switch



Ok I'll be honest, I've never played a Trine title in the past but this one caught my eye. Also let's face it, it looks to be a title purposefully made for the Nintendo Switch which is where I have been lucky enough to play it. 

Once again our three heroic champions Amadeus the Wizard, Sir Pontius the Knight and Zora the Thief come together to help find a prince who has run away or should we say escaped from the Wizards Academy. The Prince vanishes into the magical forest with nightmarish creatures in tow that he himself is conjuring unknowingly.

I never knew I needed to play a Trine title until it was sitting in front of me. For years friends have talked up the other titles but platforming has never been my strong point, something I am enjoying more and more lately. Trine 4 has managed to keep me engrossed in the title for much more than what is essentially a lacklustre story.  



Trine 4 returns to the 2.5D layout of the first two titles that served them so well. Trine 4's strong point is its puzzling elements. To progress through each level you need to use a variety mechanics available from each character to solve puzzles and progress. Amadeus conjures boxes and balls and lifts other objects to make bridges or steps. Sir Pontius' shield reflects light and projectiles, plus he is good at smashing things and Zora's bow and arrow can trigger switches and cut ropes while her grappling hook can be used to tie objects together or make a tight rope for her to walk across. Throughout the game the puzzles do get harder and more thought is required for some of the later levels.   
Solving puzzles often require a combination of abilities along with the many objects that can be interacted with.  Planks, scales, seesaws, rotating wheels, plants shooting projectiles and many more. Each puzzle has many different ways to solve it, some can even be cheesed, say by building a bit of a leaning tower than quickly grappling your way up it. 

Combat is probably the weakest element of Trine 4. For most encounters I saw myself defaulting to Sir Pontius and his deflect and smash techniques. Hey I said I wasn't good at platformers but it worked for me. The combat is a side note of Trine 4 but there are boss battles at the end of each area. These while work with the story, feel a little unneeded. While not overly difficult I found myself defaulting to the same techniques time and time again. It got a little repetitive and drawn out. 



There is something about a magical setting that draws me in. That almost ancient celtic feel of the Fairy folk is whimsical. Trine 4 has this in spades. Pretty games are everywhere these days but rarely do you get a sense of magic from a title. 
Trine 4 has our heroes battling and solving their way through varied landscapes from frozen mountain tops to farmlands ripe for harvest time, cityscapes to magical forests. Folklore is here and I have to say Trine 4 is one of the best looking games I have played in a long time. Most definitely of the games I have played on the Switch. 



The Nintendo Switch doesn't miss a beat. While Trine 4 may utalise the added grunt of others to it's advantage the Switch has no issues running. I played the entire time in handheld mode. Nothing negative to report here. 

Some have said Trine 4 is an unneeded sequel but it is a story that stands on its own and doesn't need a knowledge of the previous to thoroughly enjoy. 

Stay tuned to our Podcast for more updates as I close in on the finale. 

Please note there is CO-OP available in Trine 4 but at this time I have been unable to try it out.  

Snoogs. 




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