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Everything You Need To Game Like A True Pro (No Experience Necessary)
I've been a massive gamer most of my life. I started my gaming journey back in 1988 using an Amiga 500 where games would take 10 minutes to set up and play. Most games had multiple floppy disks to load before I could even start playing. I then moved on to a PC when games like Doom and Quake were released, the faster loading and increased level of detail in games was moving rapidly. I was hooked. It didn't matter that the games looked like a pixelated screen; it was about having fun and taking my gaming to a whole new level of excitement. What a time to be alive with so many games available to play! New incredible hardware being developed and easy to access games subscription services makes gaming a lot easier now.
'Jungle Cruise' Review - A Swashbuckling Pleasure
Disney has a new movie out, and for once, it is not a live-action remake of an animated classic. Thank goodness. I'm still wiping the taste of Mulan out of my mouth.
Coffee Talk: A Cozy Game That Lets You Play Barista to Magical Creatures in an Alternative Seattle
Coffee culture is widespread all over the world— from breakfast to break time, it's no question that it's a much beloved drink. Even the ambience of café s is more than enough to let people stay for hours, making it their little haven to unwind or work in peace. This is why creating a heart-to-heart talk simulator around this theme is very fitting. Although coffee makes me extremely jittery, a virtual latte or two wouldn't hurt, right?
Loki: Easter Eggs And Important Moments In Episode 5, 'Journey Into Mystery'
After a game-changing fourth episode which revealed the Timekeepers as Androids and saw major characters supposedly pruned, Loki covers more new ground in it's fifth episode. The vast majority of the episode was spent in a brand new location, The Void, with Loki and his many variants.
"The Picture of Dorian Gray" and Immorality
Published in the summer of 1890 in Lippincott’s Magazine, “The Picture of Dorian Gray” by Oscar Wilde has been closely associated with the era of decadence and hedonism during the fin-de-siecle because of its presentation of the fall of the upper class man. The character of Dorian is directly representative of the upper class youth who, by spending time with his elders and not contributing to society in any good way, has descended into a life of debauchery and sin. In the Victorian Era, the novel was seen as an absolute scandal because of its reflection of an upper class man, who in that time was seen as a model for society to follow - in the light of something that was closer to the nature of the peasantry (in the eyes of the upper class). This uproar caused the book to be banned and then edited, republished without many of the ‘sins’ that the public put it down to. Unfortunately, it caused the downfall of its author as well - landing him in a hard labour prison.
What The Surprise Character Appearances In The New 'Shang-Chi' Trailer Could Mean For The Wider MCU
Fans eagerly awaiting the second trailer for the upcoming film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings got an extra surprise when it dropped. Two important MCU characters not previously known to be in the film, Hulk villain The Abomination, and Doctor Strange supporting player Wong, are seen when Shang-Chi and his friend Katy visit what appears to be a mystical underground fighting ring.
Robin #3 DC Comics 2021 Written by Joshua Williamson Illustrated by Gleb Melnikov Coloured by Luis Guerrero Lettered by ALW’s Troy Peteri
The Healthiest and Most Stable Relationship in my life
Books are magic. Turn a page and you can be thrust into a new reality. At one moment you might find yourself the observer of a human-vampire romance; the insider with knowledge of a secret plot; or, you just might uncover the secrets of the universe only known to those who have diligently studied the cosmos. Wherever and whenever you find yourself, the power of words and your ability to imagine things you’ve never seen or experienced first-hand is what brought you there.
How to Start a Secret Society: Film & TV Edition
“I don’t care to belong to any club that will accept me as a member,” goes the famous quote from American comedian, actor and entertainment multi -hyphenate Groucho Marx.
Dungeons & Dragons & Diversity
The interior hell of the pandemic definitely precipitated within most of the youth and adult populations across the globe, a frantic scramble to find hobbies. In a bid to escape the crushing monotony and existential terror of repeated lockdowns and periodical quarantines, people looked for ways to create joy and connection in their day-to-day. People were en-masse re-directing their energies into more creative or previously unexplored pursuits - a phenomenon that resulted in incredible situations like the Great Yeast Shortage of 2020 (Loaf tins, one of the unsung heroes of the early pandemic in North America), and the Return of the Sea Shanty (Actual sea not required)
Top 3 Reasons To Love The Crow (1994)
We can call this a comic book film adaptation, can't we? Because then I could call this movie, like, part of my top five comic-to-movie adaptations of all time.
The year was 1999, and three dollars was all it cost to buy a kid a ticket to another world. That ticket came in the form of shiny plastic foil wrapped around 11 pieces of cardboard: a Pokemon Trading Card Game Booster Pack. When my parents handed me that first pack, purchased from the game store in the local mall, I don’t think they knew it was a one way ticket. I never left that world of trading cards again, at least not wholly. I was changed by what I found there. Their old son never came back.