Every time I looked at him, I'd see a man staring back from somewhere deep within his eyes. It was somewhere there, that I saw a bright young soul that I would always be proud to call my son. Even as a baby, I still felt an overwhelming sense of achievement every time I looked through his glowing eyes. It was there, in his perfect face, that I always felt home.
Two years have long passed since the wondrous launch of the long-awaited second chapter of the Red Dead Redemption franchise. Two years, and yet, people are still edging off of their seats and biting lips over a volley of questions on the third instalment of the Western hit. Only, Rockstar isn't biting, and the fresh scent of payroll is still bulky and crisp, thanks to the endless spool of Red Dead Redemption Online content. That, along with some other petty reasons, means that the R* crew are happily content with simply basking beneath a warm glow of post-launch pennies.
Well, it's been seven years since we saw the closing chapter of our beloved Misfits and their unorthodox adventures, and now more than ever, people are still asking the question: will there ever be a sixth instalment to the drama series? Well, let's take it back a little and focus on some of the ending sequences to the fifth series. From there, you might just make your own call on whether another round is even worthy of our precious time or not.
It sort of feels like a dream sometimes, doesn't it? When you picture the wrapper of a chocolate from memories past, and almost taste the cocoa on the tip of your tongue? Once you're engulfed in those old school flavours – you stop to question the origins of the product, only to realise that it actually hasn't been around for a while, and the chances of acquiring one are near impossible.
Google sure does take a beating each day from the several million keyword prompts entered into their tiny search bar. From standard questions to map routes, explicit content to football scores, Google handles the query with ease, and more often than not, delivers the answer. But, what are the most searched keywords in Google? Well, we've done some research and managed to figure out just what it is that the people want from the iconic search engine.
In this day and age it's fair to say fresh ideas for video games are drying up. Developers are resorting to dishing up remasters and players are having to experience déjà vu for almost every stereotypical AAA-title. But then, there's that collective who're more ballsy than others. Well, I say ballsy – what I really mean to say is stupid. It's these specific teams I speak of who try to one up the next release by taking the risks no other would attempt.