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18 Apr 19
GeekandGear.com

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Jason Statham are going to war against the “Black Superman.” Universal has dropped what has got to be the craziest trailer yet for its highly anticipated summer blockbuster Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw and, by all accounts, the frenemies are going to have their work cut out for them […]

16 Apr 19
SEARCHSARLI8 GEORGIA

The purpose of this webpage is to provide information (a majority are secret or are hard to find) on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It will mainly concentrate on Download iPhone X Dynamic Wallpapers for all Android devices in Full HD Resolution. iPhone X is one of the most important devices of this year. […]

14 Apr 19
ALERANIL SOUTH DAKOTA

There are seven dark, dynamic wallpapers, and six new Live Wallpapers. The latter will be included with iOS 11.2, and though you need an iPhone X to access them, you can still Download iPhone X dynamic and live wallpapers as a workaround if you have a different device. Find the best Dynamic wallpaper on WallpaperTag. […]

13 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

Egyptian football fans are looking forward to an important match between Ahli and South Africa's Sun Dunes in the Champions League quarterfinals. Ahli will play this game on an almost impossible mission, but red-haired fans are everywhere in the country. Al Arabi are waiting for the players of Al Ahly surprise of the heavy caliber […]

10 Apr 19
Weapons and Warfare

Nieuport-Delage NiD-29 The immediate successor of the SPAD fighters in the French squadrons after World War I. Although slower than the Wibault 1, it was preferred by the French for its better control harmonization and efficiency. An answer for a 1917 fighter program, the first of three prototypes flew in 1918. Production models of the […]

09 Apr 19
Jayontheweb.com

HD Radio Presents The 1975 ENTERCOM Alternative KROQ/L.A. and HD RADIO will present a SOUND SPACE POP-UP performance by THE 1975 at THE ROXY in WEST HOLLYWOOD, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10th at 1:30p (PT). The concert is a celebration of the group’s international tour that features multiple performances across NORTH and SOUTH AMERICAN, EUROPE, AUSTRALIA and […]

09 Apr 19
FlaglerLive

Palm Coast City Manager Matt Morton sits for his first workshop, Bunnell’s Bill Baxley turns 80, controversial bills on felons’ right to vote, plastic straws and red-light cameras are debated in Tallahassee.

07 Apr 19
Yamiji-Games

Urban Trial Playground levels are designed as a surface able to be used to perform tricks and stunts, combining your best moves into multi-score combos.Urban Trial Playground has been created to provide countless hours of action for fans of adrenaline and freestyle fanatics. Combine tricks in unique and virtually endless combos to grind your score […]

07 Apr 19
AndersonVision

A Vigilante arrives on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, and Digital 5/28 Street Date: 5/28/19 Blu-ray™ Comb Pack SRP: $22.99 DVD SRP: $19.98   PROGRAM DESCRIPTION Experience Olivia Wilde’s incredible, critically acclaimed performance in the riveting, genre-bending thriller A Vigilante, arriving on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (plus DVD and Digital), DVD, and Digital […]

05 Apr 19
Liliputing

Sometimes you need a high-power computer for gaming, media creation, or performing complex calculations. And sometimes you just need something with a mouse, keyboard, and hopefully at least 4GB of RAM. If that’s what you’re looking for, today’s a good day to pick up a cheap laptop — Best Buy is selling an Asus E203MA […]

04 Apr 19
Metro
Bully – is it really Rockstar’s best? The evening Inbox has more ideas for games to add to the Mega Drive Mini, as another reader wants FromSoftware to do an open world game. To join in with the discussions yourself email gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk   [metro-fact-box title=”Rockstar hype” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I’m a little late to the party no doubt, but I’ve recently picked up a copy of L.A. Noire second-hand and have found it a bit of a chore to play. I know it’s many years old and should perhaps be given a bit of leeway but for me the whole good cop, bad cop accuse technique doesn’t work and makes the story last forever. Having to interpret the facial expressions of computer game characters who look more constipated than worried is hard work. I had to replay one scene about 10 times until I got the desired outcome the game wanted, at which point I was ready to give up anyway. I’ve just recently completed Red Dead Redemption II and enjoyed it up to about halfway, at which point it kind of became completely interminable and the experience of playing both games back-to-back has left me feeling a little down on Rockstar. I’m wondering if they’re at the point where they begin disappearing up their own backsides and believing the hype a little too much. The more I think about it the more I realise Bully is my favourite game from the company. It was just the right length, was funny in the way the best Rockstar games can be, the quests were as ridiculous (in a good way) as its characters, and best of all it was never boring! It’s a completely underappreciated gem. I’m almost afraid to hope that they make a new one because I’d worry it might end up a monstrosity like Red Dead Redemption II. The flipside is it deserves to be held in higher esteem, so I’ll keep my fingers crossed that I see another one someday and that they’ve listened to the feedback from their last few games. Chris in Belfast (giving up on L.A. Noire) [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Wacky ideas” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] In reply to the reader wishing that NetherRealm would do something other than Mortal Kombat or Injustice I saw this interesting interview with Ed Boon where at one point he’s asked about Marvel Vs. DC and says they did actually talk to Marvel about it. I can’t imagine it happening but the mere fact that they thought it was worth discussing – so there must’ve been at least a 1% of a chance – is interesting. He also mentions a remaster of Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks and says he’d like to do it, but again it’s hard to imagine it actually happening when it could’ve happened anytime in the last decade really. Knowing that they also talked to Capcom about a crossover shows that most of the wacky ideas that fans come up with do get considered at some level, even if they very rarely actually happen. Klanger [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Like buses” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Interesting leak on Switch games. The Zelda leak feels like just a special edition of the new Link’s Awakening, that would include the original A Link To The Past. If it was anything more substantial we’d surely have heard rumours about it, à la Metroid Prime Trilogy HD. If Nintendo are lining up Metroid and Persona 5 for releases later in the year that gives them an interesting release schedule for this year… Yoshi and New Mario Bros. for six months then Pokémon, Dragon Quest, Persona, Metroid HD, Astral Chain, Mario Maker, Fire Emblem, Zelda for the next. Don’t want to complain about more new games (the Switch is desperate) but you’d think they’d spread them out a bit, especially the big Japanese role-players Pokémon, Dragon Quest, and Persona. Marc PS: Fingers crossed on Persona 5 Switch, following on from the last Hot Topic Persona 4 Golden is by far my favourite portable game. Forget Pokémon, having P5 portable in time for the Christmas hols would be terrific. PPS: Any chance of a Steins;Gate Elite review? GC: Probably not, it’s just too niche. [/metro-fact-box]   E-mail your comments to: gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk   [metro-fact-box title=”From open world” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Thanks for doing the Outward review, I was looking forward to seeing what you thought although given the contradictions of the game I’m still not really sure whether it’s for me or not. I hate fast travel and quest markers so I love the idea of a game that doesn’t have them, and would like to support others that are against them, but the thought of the bad combat and boring open world puts me off. I will still probably get it, especially as I suspect it’ll end up cheap pretty quick, but it does make hope that those rumours of From working on an open world game are true. It seems a next logical step from them and if it ends up exploring some of the same ideas as Outward then all the better. Ogren [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”The unusual suspects” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] The Mega Drive is one of my favourite consoles and I’m looking forward to what games the new mini version of it might include. Hopefully it won’t just be the same as the Mega Drive collections available on consoles/PC. A few games I’d like to see included beyond the usual stuff you expect are: Street Racer Cool Spot Earthworm Jim Thunder Force IV Dune II: Battle For Arrakis Rocker Knight Adventure Mega Bomberman Rock N’ Roll Racing Lotus Turbo Challenge 2 Aladdin Mortal Kombat 3 Super Street Fighter II I’m not going to get my hopes up, as I presume there would be licensing issues. And the fighters really need the six-button pad, so that rules them out. I just hope they don’t pad out the rest of the 40 games with a load of rubbish, as the Mega Drive has got a decent selection of games to pick from and with the right choices it would make the mini Mega Drive a must buy for me. Dan H [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Defensive suggestions” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] Reading Kehaar’s question about a first person Tower Defense game, it immediately made me think of Sanctum. Although not sure if that’s what he meant as Sanctum (and its sequel) is first person at all times, not just between rounds. Made by that same team, Coffee Stain Studios (also famous for Goat Simulator of course), Satisfactory has just released on Early Access, but is easily their most polished game to date, and the response from those playing it (from Reddit, Twitter, etc/) is almost universal gushing praise. Is this a game GC will look to cover, or is the Factorio inspired genre too niche? Just1moretry Kehaar really didn’t give much to go on but one of the games sounds like it could be Sanctum 1 or 2, the space shooter sounds a bit like Sine Mora, but probably not since that’s more just a shooter than a space shooter. Major_Kahonas GC: The problem is we’ve never reviewed either Sanctum game. [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Zero interest” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] That Pacer game looks pretty good, pretty much an unofficial WipEout by the look of it. As frustrating as it is I have to admit that Sony has give WipEout a decent try over the years and it’s just never really caught on after the first couple. WipEout Fury and the VR update were fantastic but there just didn’t seem to be enough people that cared. Maybe because of the general downturn of interest in racing games? I still hold out a hope that one day Nintendo will make a new F-Zero but they tried too. I mean, F-Zero GX is one of the best games ever made and it was a complete flop. I’d love a remaster though, that would be amazing. Biskuit [/metro-fact-box]   Catch up on every previous Games Inbox here   [metro-fact-box title=”Board phase” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I’ve been a video-gamer for about 30 years now, ever since my parents bought me a NES with Super Mario Bros. But over the last few months or so, I’ve discovered the wonders of modern-day board games. Not the Monopoly and Game of Life of yore, but wonderfully little headscratchers that rely less on luck and more on planning and strategy and interesting mechanics. I’ve been hoovering up video reviews and how-to-plays, and Reddit posts like mad. This past Saturday night I hosted my first board game night for some friends who hadn’t played a board game in 20 years and it went down a treat, which has just fed me more into wanting to get some of the bigger, deeper, longer experiences as well. There’s co-op games, and competitive games, card games, board games, dice games, gambling-ish games, the list goes on. Thing is, long story short, this has somehow dulled my interest in video games. There are board games out there with the depth, complexity, and even length of video games in some instances. And the shift away from a screen experience to something tactile and physical, along with being somewhat more social sitting round a table discussing options or rueing the day someone blocked a move or took something someone else was coveting. So that Sunday I was trying to get into the Resident Evil 2 remake and it just wasn’t clicking. I was particularly frustrated that putting down a zombie didn’t mean they were permanently put down (I didn’t mind the multiple headshots to put them down, just didn’t like that you could leave and come back and they would wake up again). Then tried a game or two also in the backlog and they just weren’t holding my attention. But I could watch an hour and a half of board game reviews (each like 15 minutes long) no problem. The latest casualty was Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War, which I started Sunday night and was the first that seemed to groove with me. It was basically a cross between a Batman: Arkham game and an Assassin’s Creed game. But then it opened up too much too quickly, and the amount of regions available, map icons on screen, tips and tutorials that were popping up just became overwhelming. I was looking forward to the Final Fantasy XII re-release but unlikely to get that now too. Am about ¾ through Yoshi’s Crafted World, which is still entertaining, partly because it’s easy to achieve something in 15-minute chunks. Has anyone else been distracted by another hobby to the detriment of gaming? Is this just an ebb and flow thing, and I’ll get back into ‘em soon? Is this just a phase?! Having said all that, really looking forward to Borderlands 3! Bring that on! aelfin [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”Inbox also-rans” colour=”grey” icon=”no-icon”] I have no idea if that makes them more or less likely to be true but those Best Buy listings have now gone from their computer system. Roll on the next Nintendo Direct! Wooster A £10 price hike for Xbox Live Gold is pretty severe really, welcome to the future of Britain! Koobe [/metro-fact-box]   [metro-fact-box title=”This week’s Hot Topic” colour=”grey” icon=”exclamation”] The subject for this weekend’s Inbox was suggested by reader Crinkles, who asks what is your favourite ever video game cut scene? Whether it’s pre-rendered or something using in-game graphics what’s the most impressed you’ve been in terms of a video game cinematic (including intros)? And were you primarily impressed by the visuals and presentation or the storytelling, or both? How important do you think cut scenes are to a video game and do you have a limit on what you think is too long or too frequent (or too short?). What game gets the balance just right and what are some of the worst examples? E-mail your comments to: gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk [/metro-fact-box]   The small print New Inbox updates appear twice daily, every weekday morning and afternoon. 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01 Apr 19
Console or PC? We are all Gamers!

SELL YOUR OLD & NEW GAMES IN-STORE for CASH or 20% more in Store Credit! Star Wars Battlefront II should have been a lot more – particularly after a likeable online expertise was delivered by its predecessor in a galaxy far, far off. To programmer DICE’s credit the loot boxes are hardly intrusive at all […]