"For me magic has a lot of meaning, but more than a meaning I think magic is something you feel. It could be a little magic in everyday life. For instance, me and Ian rescue a lot of dogs and puppies from the street, like accident cases or dire health situations and a lot of other things. But when a dog almost has no chance but somehow makes it through, and the dog is back to being its lovely healthy playful self... The way the dog looks at us and showers us with love and licks to say thank you: that's magic for me. That look in their eyes, full of love, says a lot even though they can't speak. That love speaks volumes. That's magic. … [Read more...] about What does magic mean to you?
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Doom also time-travels in its own way. id's reboot goes a step further than the current wave of remasters and tries to recreate a sensation of gaming, now unreachable through shifts in time and technology. New Doom or, as people are already refusing to call it, Noom, is a great example of an update managing a faithful translation of then into now, despite all the intangible subjectivities by which this process is governed. There was no real melee system in classic Doom, but the glory kills which have modern us performing trauma circus finishers when in range of weakened enemies feels classic all the same, full of that particular performance of fury and adolescent righteousness. It is a game trying as hard as it can to recapture its youth - or, more accurately, our youth. … [Read more...] about 2016: The year that time remembered
"I think one of the dogs spotted them," Shruti recalls. "They fell from the nest and it was too high up for us to put it back, so we brought the little birdie home and tried to foster it, but I think it died of dehydration. We don't know what exactly happened because it was growing, even flying around although not ready to take off. Just one day we were in one of the busiest days of our schedule, and when we went to check on her, she had passed." … [Read more...] about Devs and doggos: how Nodding Head made Raji while saving stray Indian dogs
End of the SnakeHead to the marked area and use Senu to tag as many of the soldiers in the palace as you can - avoiding detection will make your job a lot easier. The scribe's office is near the eastern wall in the north of the area, so once you've got everyone under surveillance make your way around the base of the wall, then climb up and drop down the other side near the vine-covered roof. … [Read more...] about Assassin’s Creed Origins – Gennadios the Phylakitai and End of the Snake
Once you're back in the past you can follow the marker all the way to your destination, but we'd strongly suggest stopping off in Lake Mareotis on the way when the game prompts you - without doing the available sidequests you'll be severely underlevelled when you reach Alexandria and just end up having to backtrack anyway. … [Read more...] about Assassin’s Creed Origins – Aya I and May Amun Walk Beside You