Archives July 2023

Episode 1 of Apple TV Plus’ most spectacular sci-fi show is coming to YouTube for free

Apple helped launch the personal computer revolution in the 1980s, revolutionized the music industry with iTunes and iPods in the 2000s, and led the tablet, smartphone and smartwatch crazes with its iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch in the 2010s. Now, the company has its sights set on the streaming service market with Apple TV Plus. The service has a small but mighty library of original titles, and more are being added all the time.

If you’re a sci-fi fan, it’s worth checking out. It has a number of popular shows, including Ted Lasso, For All Mankind, Severance and the movie Finch. It also has some interesting originals, including Extraordinary, a show about a woman who develops superpowers as she gets older. Hulu is another great option for sci-fi fans, with classics like Lost and Buffy the Vampire Slayer as well as newer shows such as The Handmaid’s Tale and Extraordinary.

Netflix also has a decent selection of sci-fi, with originals like Stranger Things and The X-Files. However, the company’s decision to shed a lot of licensed content means that its sci-fi offerings aren’t quite as deep as they used to be.

It’s a good thing that other streaming services exist, because they have a lot of great shows to choose from. Amazon Prime Video is another major player in the market, and it has a huge catalog of shows. It also offers 4K streaming and a number of originals that aren’t available anywhere else.

Apple TV Plus is also a good choice for science fiction fans, because it has a lot of its own originals. The service has a ton of new movies and shows every month, and many are available for free. You can try a seven-day free trial of the service, and you can stream most of its original shows on any Apple device.

You can also find plenty of great shows on YouTube, which has a big collection of content from all types of genres. For example, Mr Sci-Fi is a popular channel that covers movies related to science fiction and fantasy. It features reviews, interviews and behind-the-scenes look at production.

There are also a lot of shorts on YouTube that are perfect for fans of science fiction. For example, Alientologists is a fun, short film from the company Dust that features aliens learning about human culture by examining their trash. It has some funny jokes about Game Boys and bras, but it’s still a very entertaining short. You can check it out here.

Mortal Kombat 1 stress test code sells for over

Mortal Kombat 1 is set to hit shelves on September 19, 2023 for PlayStation 5, PC, Nintendo Switch and Xbox Series X/S. In anticipation of the reboot, NetherRealm Studios and WB Games are holding an online stress test over the weekend to test the game’s servers. Players who are selected to take part in the stress test will be sent a code and can begin playing at 4pm BST on June 23 until Monday, June 26. As is the case with any stress test, a few shady users are trying to cash in on the opportunity by selling their codes for eye-watering prices.

The first batch of codes that will allow players to participate in the Mortal Kombat 1 stress test began sending out this week. It wasn’t long before a number of these codes were found on eBay with listings going as high as $1,000, which met with a swift backlash from the community. Fortunately, some of the lucky players who chose to hold onto their codes have reported positive experiences with the testing period so far.

Those who are looking to get their hands on one of these exclusive codes are going to have a hard time finding them. While some people have managed to find them, the vast majority of the codes that will be available in the stress test have already been sold. As such, if you are interested in taking part in the test, it is important to keep your eyes peeled for any new listings on eBay and act quickly.

As of this writing, the latest listing on eBay for a code to participate in the Mortal Kombat 1 online stress test is going for over $500. The seller also tries to direct would-be buyers to Discord instead of eBay, which is a red flag in any circumstance. This is a clear attempt to circumvent the terms and conditions of the stress test, which state that anyone who attempts to sell a code will be banned from participating in future tests.

It is not yet known how many participants will be able to access the test, or if NetherRealm Studios plans to run more than one. The stress test is meant to deliberately put a strain on the server infrastructure and identify any issues that could affect the launch of the full game. Those who are not able to participate in the test may be able to do so during an upcoming beta phase for those that have made a pre-order for the game.

As always, we recommend that gamers avoid supporting scalpers and stand firm until the release of a given title. By refusing to give into greedy sellers, you will be able to enjoy the full experience of NetherRealm’s reboot when it arrives on September 19. For those who are interested in seeing more of Mortal Kombat 1, we have a detailed list of all of the confirmed characters for the reboot.