He joked: 'Can I be honest with you? I found myself complaining the other day about a little bit of low back and hip pain and how in quarantine I've gained a little weight… and she just looked at me sweetly. … [Read more...] about Chris Pratt looks focused as he takes his best swing during a game of golf in Bel Air amid coronavirus pandemic
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Given that Ocarina of Time was one of the first truly 3D adventures, it is extraordinary how well it was executed. The Z-button lock-on made fighting with a sword and shield, talking to characters and focusing the camera on what you needed to be looking at easy in 3D space. The sword combat still feels exciting and balletic, especially against the lizard warriors and skeletal guardians that lurked inside the later temples. Our time in Hyrule was measured by those intricate palaces of puzzles and mysteries, each built around a single weapon or ability that transformed Link’s ability to interact with his world and forced you, the player, to think more creatively. Coloured tunics protected him from extreme heat and let him breathe underwater; bombs let you knock through walls to find secret paths. In the memorably labyrinthine and perplexing Water Temple, hookshots and lead boots had you trying to wrap your head around altered laws of physics. … [Read more...] about Zelda: Ocarina of Time at 20 – melancholy masterpiece changed games forever
The Assassin’s Creed team first considered making a combat-free educational version of the game back in 2009, when the series was tackling Renaissance Italy, but the usual restrictions of time and money made it impossible. Instead, the historians and researchers ended up pouring their passion into the in-game encyclopedia. “This has been a dream for a long time,” says Maxime Durand, lead historian at Ubisoft Montreal. “I started here in 2010, and it’s always been in the back of my mind. But this time [with Origins], I really wanted it to happen. It was the 10th anniversary of Assassin’s Creed, we had this fantastic setting. [I feel that] we also have the legitimacy to do it now, after all these games showing that we treat history with respect.” … [Read more...] about ‘We give access to a lost world’: Assassin’s Creed’s new life as a virtual museum
“Step in front of a runaway train”, it goes, “just to feel alive again.” It’s Far Away by Jose Gonzales, written bespoke for this very moment. It’s haunted and spare and resigned, but it’s beautiful. For a few moments it’s just you, your horse and Gonzales. The loneliness is as beautiful as it is stark. Nothing happens for the entire duration of the song. Nobody dies. Nobody attacks you. You just ride. When it’s over, and the dynamic score kicks back in, it almost feels like an intrusion. The beauty of the moment is gone. It’s back to business. The loss in that moment is tangible. It’s enough to stop anyone in their tracks. It’s even managed to shut up the gobbiest of walkthrough YouTubers, which is saying something. … [Read more...] about Do we need Red Dead Redemption 2 when the first provided gaming’s best moment?
Escobar got his start in the drugs trade in the mid 70s, rising to prominence throughout the 1980s, becoming a folk hero and one of the world's richest men. … [Read more...] about New GTA 6 release date clue hints that game won’t arrive until 2023 – years after PS5 and Xbox Series X launch