‘The Bard’s Tale’ comes to visually impaired gamers

For original Xbox and PS2 fans, Tale of the Bird is a legendary title filled with satirical jokes, brilliant role-playing material, and a murder story of the late Tony J. Practically inaccessible to blind and visually impaired players. It will end this month, when The Tale of the Bard’s Warlock of Largefern arrives on Amazon Alexa.

The Bard’s Tale: Warlock of Largefern is an audio action RPG adapted from the original game. It offers four character classes with deep customization, as well as companionship, turn-based combat systems and an open-world environment (as opposed to the most well-known linear storyline of the Tale of the Bird). .

Since The Bard’s Tale: Warlock of Largefern works on Echo dot smart speakers and features only voice commands, it is a game accessible to those who are visually impaired, visually impaired or visually impaired. This is true of most Alexa games, but Tale of the Bird is special because it has adapted from a well-known title on consoles and PCs.

For eco-show smart display users, The Bard’s Tale: Warlock of Largefern features custom hand-drawn illustrations for characters, environments and combat. But this art is not entirely complementary and does not affect the basic gameplay.

Poptale tells us that The Bard’s Tale: Warlock of Largefern will launch on Amazon Alexa in December 2021. When it is available, you can say “Alexa, Open Tale of Bard” to start the game.

There has been some great progress with the new 8cx Gen 3. Most notably, it was built on a 5nm PC platform, which Qualcomm’s rival Intel has yet to achieve. This means more performance on smaller CPU chips, but comparative power efficiency and cost remain the same as previous generation Snapdragon PC chips.

Also, Qualcomm claims that, thanks to the new Prime Core, the 8cx Generation delivers up to 85% performance boost and 60% better performance than the traditional unnamed x86 processor per watt geekbench 5 multi-thread test. I can.

But what about integrated GPUs? According to Qualcomm, advances in the Adreno GPU offer a 60% improvement over previous generations, with the Big Rumble boxing game running at 120 frames per second in Full HD. In addition to gaming, there are some additional features that support better teleconferencing. These include improved camera startup time (15% faster), support for autofocus, auto white balance and autoexposure as well as noise reduction.

Qualcomm says this is possible through AI acceleration, for which SoC supports 29+ computing per second. Note that the 8cx Gen 3 supports 4K HDR cameras, 4 cameras and web cameras up to 24-megapixels.

Another feature of the new 8cX Gen 3 chip is support for the Microsoft Pluton TPM chip. It should store sensitive data such as certificates, personal data and encryption keys directly in the SoC. Other security areas include support for Windows Hello and a new “Dedicated Computer Vision Processor”, which can determine user presence and lock the system if someone shuts it down.

The advantage of Qualcomm mobile computer processor is, of course, always-on connection. This year’s 8cx Gen 3 offers fast speeds of up to 10 Gbps with the Qualcomm FastConnect 6900 to enable the fastest Wi-Fi 6 / 6E speeds.

To align with the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3, Qualcomm has also announced the Snapdragon 7c + Gen 3 Compute Platform. Level Windows PC and Chromebook.

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