May’s shaping up to be a big month for bringing fan-favorites to GeForce NOW . And since it’s the first week of the month, this week’s GFN Thursday is all about the games members can look forward to joining the service this month. In total, we’re adding 61 games to the GeForce NOW library in May, including 17 coming this week. Joining This Week This week’s additions include games from Remedy Entertainment, a classic Wild West FPS and a free title on Epic Games Store. Here are a few highlights: Alan Wake ( Steam ) A Dark Presence stalks the small town of Bright Falls, pushing Alan Wake to the brink of sanity in his fight to unravel the mystery and save his love. Call of Juarez: Gunslinger ( Steam ) From the dust of a gold mine to the dirt of a saloon, Call of Juarez Gunslinger is a real homage to Wild West tales. Live the epic and violent journey of a ruthless bounty hunter on the trail of the West’s most notorious outlaws. … [Read more...] about GFN Thursday: 61 Games Join GeForce NOW Library in May
An enormous Cascadia earthquake that sent a tsunami all the way to Japan in 1700 may have been one of a sequence of dangerous quakes, instead of a single devastating temblor. The 1700 Cascadia earthquake is known from oral histories of local tribes living in what is today British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and northern California, as well as from geological records of broken rocks and tsunami deposits. Researchers are confident that the earthquake , with its estimated magnitude of 8.7 to 9.2, hit on Jan. 26: Written records in Japan tell of a tsunami on that date that corresponds to the oral histories and geological record on the other side of the Pacific. Now, though, new research suggests that the 1700 quake may have been slightly smaller than previously believed, and that it was just one of a series of several large earthquakes that struck within a few years. The study, presented April 20 at the annual meeting of the Seismological Society of America, used a modeling … [Read more...] about Was a humongous Cascadia earthquake just one of many?