The novels chronicle one extended family's fight and struggle for survival, both directly and indirectly impacted by the events of World War II across multiple continents and years. The Winds of War (1971) starts six months before Germany's invasion of Poland in September 1939 and ends shortly after the attack of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. War and Remembrance (1978) covers the years between 1939 to 1941. The novels were previously adapted in 1988 by Dan Curtis, who similar to MacFarlane, jumped typically expected genres (Curtis was known best for horror films) to revive Wouk's books. … [Read more...] about Family Guy Creator Seth MacFarlane’s Next Big Adaptation Is Pretty Surprising
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A 2018 update of Flashback is available on Steam, and I'd recommend that for the rewind function alone. Without it Flashback is a punishing game that can send you far back to a distant save point when you die. There's a post-processing mode that smooths out the pixel art, and it isn't as horrible as some other attempts to do the same (I'm looking at you, FF6). You can play with the original art though, and that might be the best way to experience one of the best platformers I've played in 2020. Good job, 1992. … [Read more...] about How was Flashback this good in 1992?
One of usSo, if the world of Cyberpunk 2077 and it’s characters keep treating you like your chosen group, and you constantly see the similarities and differences between your clan and the ‘others’, you’re going to, without realising it, become more of a Street Kid, Corpo or Nomad. We’ve all heard of the idea of a self fulling prophecy, but that idea originally comes from a sociological theory called the Thomas theorem, which boils down to “if men define situations as real, they are real in their consequences”. … [Read more...] about Your Cyberpunk 2077 lifepath choice will affect how you see the world just as much as how it sees you
He danced on the line between hero and villain for a number of years before sinking into a slough of despond and drink in Vietnam, which is where he met Mantis, a fellow lost soul. They patched each other's psychological wounds up enough to travel to New York and make their case for Avengers membership, which ended with the Swordsman's death at the hands of Kang the Conqueror. … [Read more...] about Swordsman and Quoi go on a ‘father-son roadtrip gone hideously awry’ in Empyre prequel
The Army's troubles began when its esports team's livestream came to widespread notice in July, which led to a flood of users in Twitch chat repeatedly asking the streamers about war crimes. Bans were issued, predictably, but the matter took a big turn when Columbia University's Knight First Amendment Institute said that, because the Army is an agency of the US government, deleting comments and banning users is a violation of the Constitution. … [Read more...] about The US Army is back on Twitch, and it is not going well for them