Techland has announced it will be bringing anticipated zombie survival game Dying Light 2 to E3 this year - here's what you need to know. By Dom Peppiatt/Published 29th April 2019 Dying Light 2: Gameplay news and updates coming in June at E3 2019 (Pic: Techland) Since the reveal of Dying Light 2 last year, we haven't heard an awful lot about the game.Developer Techland hasn't revealed much to us about the highly-anticipated sequel since the game's initial reveal, but the massive (and loyal!) fanbase the first game inspired is keen to hear more about the follow-up soon.Luckily, it seems that players don't have too much longer to wait: Techland has taken to Twitter to reveal that we will hear more about the game at E3 2019.The developer noted that we will see the latest look at the title at E3 in June, with more news being teased for the team's 'most ambitious project to date' at the show.We're bringing Dying Light 2 to #E3. We can't wait to show you the latest look at our most … [Read more...] about Dying Light 2: Gameplay news and updates coming in June at E3 2019
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Kelly Lawler USA TODAY Published 3:48 PM EDT Apr 26, 2019 Death has many faces. One of them is "Game of Thrones." The HBO fantasy series has long been known for shocking viewers with the deaths of major characters, from its de facto protagonist to a pregnant woman to a child. Fans predict (and fear) them as a vital part of the viewing experience. Which is why, two episodes into a six-episode final season, it feels odd that "Thrones" has yet to kill off any. Instead, many characters have gathered at Winterfell to prepare for the looming assault from the Night King and his Army of the Dead, who, at the end of Sunday's episode, were at the gates. As wonderful as it was to see our favorite characters gather to drink, reminisce and give each other small moments of joy, each sweet scene only made it more obvious that we are about to lose many of them. If God laughs when men make plans, "Thrones" writers cackle and then plot the most violent demise possible. … [Read more...] about ‘Game of Thrones’: Who will die in the Battle of Winterfell?
0 Have your say The funeral of an author hailed as one of Blackpool’s best historians was held yesterday afternoon. Norman Cunliffe, once a leading light of the Blackpool and Fylde Historical Society, died at Blackpool Victoria Hospital on Saturday, January 12. He was 90. His granddaughter Jodie Walsh, 25, of Manchester, said: “It’s a massive loss. He was the head of the family; a caring man who held everyone together. He was well read, well travelled, and very knowledgeable.”Mr Cunliffe was born in Hindley, Wigan, in 1928, to railway engine cleaner and fireman John Thomas Cunliffe and tailoress and boarding house keeper Maggie Cunliffe. The family followed work to Blackpool in 1933, with Mr Cunliffe attending Claremont Junior School and then Blackpool Grammar School.His first job was as a junior clerk at the District Bank in Talbot Road, before he was called up for his national service in 1946. After a stint in the Royal Air Force, Mr … [Read more...] about Obituary: Esteemed Blackpool historian Norman Cunliffe dies at the age of 90
Chester Zoo has released details of the 'small number of species' that died following the devastating blaze on Saturday. The fire broke out during opening hours at 11:30am on December 15, leading to the evacuation of customers and animals. Sadly, some of the animals did not survive and the team at Chester Zoo have given further information regarding the deaths. Breeds including question mark cockroaches, Amano shrimps, betta hendra fish, cinnamon frogs, tentacled snakes and grosbeak starlings died when flames ripped through the Monsoon forest enclosure. In statement released this afternoon, the zoo confirmed details of the 'small number of species we were unable to save', reports the M.E.N. Jamie Christon, the zoo's chief operating officer, said: "Saturday was one of the toughest days in Chester Zoo’s long history. The remarkable efforts from the zoo team and the emergency services meant the fire was extinguished as quickly as possible and all visitors safely evacuated. "All of … [Read more...] about These are all the animals that died in the Chester Zoo fire
UK By Katie Hope & Emma Kasprzak BBC News 25 November 2017 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-42107580 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Advent calendars used to be a cheap way to count down to Christmas with a seasonal picture or chocolate … [Read more...] about The early Christmas gift many of us now buy