Since this is an Assassin's Creed product, Khaled keeps company with notable personages such as Isaac Newton. Newton is best known today for his theories on physics (and maybe seeing an apple fall out of a tree one time), but at the time of Gold's story he's serving as the warden of the Royal Mint in London. Here's part of the official synopsis: … [Read more...] about Assassin’s Creed: Gold takes the historical fiction to a new setting: audio drama
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Hill House Comics has been delivering an excellent lineup of horror comics with a diverse array of approaches from different creators; Plunge looks to be another hit for DC Comics’ horror imprint. The newest story from acclaimed writer Joe Hill takes place in the Bering Strait—an isolated and frigid stretch of water between Alaska and eastern Russia—when a distress signal is sent from a vessel thought missing for more than 40 years. The setting is enough to send chills, both metaphorical and literal, down your spine. Combine that with the return of Stuart Immonen to comics after an extended hiatus and Plunge has everything horror and comics fans alike could need to be excited for this debut. Any new Immonen pages are cause for anticipation and, when combined with this killer concept, make Plunge #1 a must-read this week. -- Chase Magnett … [Read more...] about The Weekly Pull: Wolverine, Dceased Unkillables, Bang!, and More
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The Seven Gods – Divinity: Original Sin 2 A pantheon of assholes. There are seven of them, because it means a god for each of the seven fantasy races in this blood-puddling RPG. You’ve got your human god, your elf god, your lizard god, and so on. They are all vengeful, irritable spirit gangsters. When a normal person of the physical world dies, the gods suck up their soul energy. As a result, these seven divine jerks like to play war with their pawn-people. To them, it’s like having a game of chess where you can eat the pieces. Checkmate-flavoured sandwiches. At one point in their puppeteering, they get so annoyed with you (for being bad at your job) they outright attack you. It would be nice, you think, if there were some sort of eighth god to choose instead. And oh, look: there is! … [Read more...] about The 9 dodgiest religions in games