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Wednesday, August 31, 2022

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2K Sports has teased that it will have one more cover to reveal for NBA 2K23 prior to its release in the coming week. In a general sense, NBA 2K23 already has a staggering number of covers this year. Not only is Michael Jordan returning to the box art with the Jordan Edition of the game, but Devin Booker is serving as the cover athlete for the Standard Editions. To go along with this, WNBA stars Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi are also getting their own Special Edition cover for NBA 2K23 as well. Despite having so many cover stars already, it looks like 2K Sports is sitting on one more surprise for fans as well. 

Teased via the official NBA 2K Twitter account today, 2K Sports stated that it still has one final cover to unveil for 2K23. Much like past teases we’ve seen, 2K Sports shared a video that gave fans a broad look at what the cover will look like without revealing the athlete in question that will likely don it. Although it wasn’t said when this cover will formally be shown off, it seems likely that an announcement will be transpiring within the coming day. 

One popular fan theory is that 2K could be looking to honor Bill Russell on this final cover for NBA 2K23. Russell, who happened to pass away last month, is widely considered one of the greatest players in the history of professional basketball. Not only did he win a staggering 11 championships in his time with the Boston Celtics, but he was also a five-time NBA MVP. Although it might seem like short notice for Russell to get his own cover with NBA 2K23 considering that he only died a month ago, it would be a nice way to celebrate the legendary big man’s legacy on and off the basketball court. 

As mentioned, NBA 2K23 is set to release next week on September 9th and will be coming to Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PS5, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC platforms. 


Who do you think might appear on this final cover for NBA 2K23? And would you be a fan of Russell gracing the box art? Let me know for yourself either down in the comments or reach out to me on Twitter at @MooreMan12.

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Longtime publisher 3D Realms has officially announced the return of their “Realms Deep” digital event and showcase. The live show will stream on the publisher’s official Twitch channel on September 16th, at noon pacific time. According to the event’s official site, fans can expect to see “world premieres, special guests, interviews, and much more”.

Here’s the tweet from 3D Realms’ feed, which adds that in addition to a live Twitch stream, there will also be a LAN event in Denmark between September 16th and 18th, 2022:

3D Realms has been around since the late 80’s, and they’re probably best known for their work on the Duke Nukem series, contributing to various sequels.

While Duke Nukem has arguably fallen to the wayside, it was recently revealed that the series would be getting a feature adaptation. Not unlike the recent BioShock announcement, Hollywood treatments renew interest in classic games, so it’ll be interesting to see if 3D Realms capitalizes on that and has anything to say about Duke Nukem again.

However, 3D Realms is also known to champion unknown projects, so the promotional tagline “the greatest new games you’ve never heard of” in today’s tweet might be taken literally. In that case, it’d be tough to predict 2022’s titles. But the publisher did release a brief new supercut of 2021 to give fans a better idea of what to expect:

The event is going to be hosted by 3D Realms “and Friends”, so considering any of their ongoing partnerships opens up Realm’s Deep to a number of other titles. They have some pretty big partners, including Nvidia, Rogue Games, and even Team17, who have consistently impressed with recent announcements like Ship of Fools’ release date trailer.

You can read more about 3D Realms, upcoming indies, and other game showcases by checking out our news section!

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Genshin Impact is an incredibly addicting action RPG available for almost all gaming platforms. In the game, players must explore a huge open world, complete various quests, fight enemies, and collect resources. And for this, they can use a team of 4 different characters. And in this guide, we will tell you if Genshin Impact is a Multiplayer.

There are a huge number of different activities in Genshin Impact. And with each new update, there are more and more of them. And to make it more fun for players to explore the open world, the developers have added multiplayer for 4 players to the game. However, it is not available at the beginning of the game and also has some limitations.

When players first begin their journey in Genshin Impact, they will need to spend enough time doing story quests to learn the basics. And one of the main features of the game is the Adventure Rank. This is a kind of level of your account. And with each new Rank, you will receive rewards and access to new activities, including Multiplayer. You need to complete quests, open chests, and fight bosses to reach Adventure Rank 16 and unlock Multiplayer.

Related: How to Increase Electrogranum Level in Genshin Impact

Multiplayer in Genshin Impact works a little differently than in other similar games. You can connect to the world of another game and explore the world, collect resources and go to domains. But there are a few things you can’t do:

  • You cannot connect to a player whose world level is higher than yours.
  • You cannot complete quests, open chests, collect oculus, and make offerings to the Statues of the Seven in another player’s world. But the master of the world can do it.
  • Also, other players cannot join you in the world while you are busy completing certain quests.
  • You cannot use the same characters in Domains. But you can do it by exploring the world.

That’s all you need to know about Multiplayer in Genshin Impact. Although the number of activities is limited, Multiplayer is still incredibly interesting in the game. Therefore, we highly recommend that you play with your friends. And while you are here, take a look at our guide on how to get every new Fish.

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Each game can be played by simply “walking,” so even those who are not good at complicated game controls can play, and with a playing time of 15 to 30 minutes per game, you can easily experience the clinging terror of the world. We hope you will enjoy the world of Tsugunohi, where everyday life gradually turns disturbing.

Tsugunohi: Syowa Karano Yobigoe (*official title to be announced at a later date)

The eighth film in the “Tsugunohi” series was released in August 2020. The ability to play this film in a translated version is unique to the Switch version.

The main character is a young girl who is suddenly left at her grandmother’s house in the countryside due to her mother’s business trip. She arrives at her grandmother’s house feeling uncomfortable in the melancholy atmosphere of the countryside, but gradually, fear begins to creep into her life…

Tsugunohi: The Ethereal Railroad Crossing

This work, which was original to the Steam version, will also be included in the Switch version. The story is related to the past work, The Parallel Train in the Dark.

The main character is a girl who lost her twin sister in a train accident. Every day she walks to school through the railroad crossing where the accident took place, and strange things are beginning to happen to her.

Ai’s Silent Cries

This gorgeous collaboration with popular Japanese virtual celebrity Kizuna Ai is also now playable on Switch.

Kizuna Ai, who lives in a virtual space, returns to her “home” today after finishing her delivery. However, she wanders into a strange world that looks somewhat familiar and ……?

Horror Infecting Daily Life Tsugunohi Episode. 1, 2, and 3 (Remastered Edition)

The first story features a junior high school boy on his way home from school; the second story features a junior high school girl on her way home from club activities; and the third story features an elementary school girl on her way home from school. They were walking around town when terror struck them.

*A remastered version of the old episodes 1, 2, and 3 with cleaner images and enhanced presentation is included as well as the Steam version.

Tsugunohi: A Closed Future

A female student returns home with heavy steps.

As she recalls the day’s events, she suddenly stops in the middle of a bridge in a melancholy mood—and then…

Tsugunohi: The Cat Ghost

A shadow striding leisurely down a concrete road… The protagonist of this work is a cat!

This is a work from the viewpoint of a “cat” with a slightly different atmosphere than usual, which was announced on February 22.

Tsugunohi: The Parallel Train in the Dark

This work takes place on a train.

She spends her time reading a book until she arrives at the station nearest the cram school, and moves on when the announcement is made. A disturbing shadow looms over the girl who repeats such days…

Tsugunohi: Whispering Toy House

A Western-style house filled with mystery, lined with a variety of weird and fascinating antique toys.

When she visits the place alone, a voice leads her… deeper and deeper.

■ 02. Playable in Six Languages!

In addition to Japanese, the Nintendo Switch version of the game will also include English, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Korean, and Spanish translations. The world will be able to experience the gritty Japanese horror atmosphere that is the charm of Tsugunohi.

In particular, Tsugunohi: Syowa Karano Yobigoe, which is not included in the Steam version, can be played in multiple languages on the Nintendo Switch version. The translation will allow us to bring the unique horror of the Japanese countryside, the setting of Syouwa Karano Yobigoe to people all over the world.

We hope that horror fans overseas, as well as those living in Japan, will appreciate the clever “art” of translation, which conveys the atmosphere of a Japanese horror film without losing any of its originality.

What is Tsugunohi

A horror game in which the protagonist progresses sideways through various paths = stages, and everyday life is gradually eroded by fear. This is a popular masterpiece by ImCyan, an indie game creator who has created numerous horror works. The first episode (released in 2012) became an internet sensation, with the title “Super Scary!” and the series has since continued to gain popularity, especially among YouTubers who play the games live on the Internet. In August 2021, a Steam version containing the seven games in the series and two new titles was released. In the same year, Evil God Korone, a collaboration with VTuber Korone Inugami of Hololive, and Zombie Scream, a collaboration with video creator Odaken, who mainly works on live video games, were released on Steam the following year.

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Tuesday, August 30, 2022

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Most ‘realistic graphics’ mods make games look worse, but that’s not the case with NaturalVision Evolved. The long-in-development Grand Theft Auto 5 mod is a comprehensive revamp of lighting, textures, models and much more, but it remains faithful to the art direction of the base game.

You can now download a Single Player Beta of the mod – and even if you don’t plan on doing that, it’s worth watching the trailer below.

The effort and editing put into this “final cinematic trailer” is impressive all on its own:

Graphics mods are no new thing in Grand Theft Auto games, with tools like ENBseries and SweetFX allowing modders to hijack the game’s renderer and tweak its output. The quality is very much down to the preset you’re using with those tools, however, and even then the results can vary wildly depending on in-game lighting conditions. By comparison, NaturalVision focuses more on tweaking game files like textures and models directly, and is both more consistently improved and has less of an impact on performance.

A previous version of the mod, NaturalVision Remastered, was first released as many as five years ago and regularly updated thereafter. In 2020, work began on NaturalVision Evolved, with an “early access” release available for subscribers to its creator’s Patreon. Now you can get the Single Player Beta for free via the creator’s website,

We spoke to Razed, aka Jamil Rashid, about his work on the mod back in 2019. At the time he thought that year’s mod update would be his last – something he also said in 2018. Perhaps the trailer above won’t really be the “final cinematic trailer” at all.

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The distinction superheroes and super-villains represent between right and wrong is often so black and white that it makes superhero movies, TV and comics appear bland. Heroes responding to disasters and attacks perpetrated by their darker counterparts is the very foundation of the medium—so repeatedly defined over the last near-century that its simplicity often repels newcomers to comics. In 1938, the daring Superman who defied odds to rescue the downtrodden was a fresh and resonating idea for the everyday citizens of the Great Depression. These days, however, people know what to expect, and with so many movies and television shows out there based on comic books, it can be rare for some people to see much beyond the basic set-up.

As a fan, however, you know that’s not always the case. Humanity in the various characters—be they heroes or villains—can be dynamic, even unreliable.  From flawed characters such as Batman or Green Arrow, to empathetic villains such as Mr. Freeze, stories aren’t always so simple as the one-dimensional hero/villain mythology has implied them to be. Anti-heroes and even anti-villains help keep superhero stories varied and ongoing, across decades with each changing generation.

And sometimes, heroes go bad. Something twists them into a wrong shape, and then a savior becomes sinner for the remaining heroes to contend with. Oh sure, you have conventions such as mind control, parallel worlds, clones and alternate realities. But in the DC Universe, sometimes the heroes really get tired of being so heroic.

One of the best and most extreme examples of this is Hal Jordan, the Green Lantern who—for a time—was the DC Universe’s most feared despot, Parallax. While he was off-world, Hal’s hometown Coast City was annihilated by the super-villain Mongul, an alien dictator who was scheming to turn Earth into a new Warworld. Hal became maddened with grief and began using the abilities of his Green Lantern Power Ring to remake and recreate the buildings, places and people of Coast City as he wanted to remember them. Before long, the Guardians of the Universe recalled Hal to report to Oa for an admonishment on using his ring for personal reasons. Outraged at their unsympathetic reaction to his loss, Hal returned to Oa and sought to absorb the Central Battery, encountering and brutally defeating many Green Lanterns in the process. Stealing their rings as spoils of war, Hal’s power multiplied before he succeeded in absorbing the Power Battery and becoming a godlike being who intended to use his near-divine status to rewrite history to his liking.

It took several attempts and encounters with his fellow Green Lantern Kyle Rayner, Superman and many other DC heroes to stop Parallax. Eventually, when he learned the Earth’s sun was going out, dooming the planet to a frozen death, Parallax committed one final act of heroism and used his complete power to reignite the sun at the cost of his own life.

It’s since been retconned that the Parallax persona was an alien parasite which took control of Hal at his weakest psychological moment, but for a decade, readers and the DC characters understood that not every hero stays good forever. Hal’s years of service, heroism and bravery became tainted with the pain of loss, and the vulnerability of an uncaring system. Was he always susceptible to this kind of emotional snapping point? Was it Mongul and the death of Coast City that broke him, or was it the Guardians’ rejection of his anguish that proved to be the final straw?

Hal sought to remake things as they were, to achieve ultimate control because things went wrong. That’s also how Superboy Prime saw the universe.

Born on a parallel Earth where the DC heroes were fictional, Superboy Prime gained the powers of a Kryptonian and—to make a long story short—saw himself as an inevitable Superman, destined to continue the cycle of good triumphing over evil. However, living in a pocket dimension made him believe that the world had gone wrong. Violence was far more of a recurring consequence in his universe and the superheroes of our universe weren’t as heroic as the ones he knew. Burdened with glorious purpose, Superboy-Prime smashed the walls of his dimension’s reality and travelled to our known DC world to take the mantle of Superboy from Conner Kent. This resulted in a horrifically violent battle in which several past members of the Titans were slaughtered by the out-of-control Superboy, all the while screaming that he was the true hero of the universe and that our world’s champions behave more like villains.

Superboy Prime’s violent actions resulted in the deaths of both our universe’s Superboy (he got better) and the Golden Age Superman. He was brought down by the combined might of two Supermen and multiple Flashes and Green Lanterns. He would later reappear alongside the Sinestro Corps and the Legion of Doom, always bedeviling the DC Universe while claiming to be the true hero among masquerading imposters acting as villains.

This seems to be the track for superheroes breaking bad—they have to still believe they’re in the right. No matter how unjustifiable their actions, they still see themselves as the heroes, even as their own friends and allies evolve into their enemies.

Not so true on the opposite side of the tracks. Lots of villains have become heroes. Some depend on possession and persona manipulation, such as Star Sapphire. Others join the side of the angels to battle overwhelming forces, like Captain Cold and Lex Luthor.

During the battle with the Crime Syndicate in the crossover storyline Forever Evil, Luthor formed a new Injustice League to battle the Earth-3 super-villains who had taken over the world. Saving the planet and a near-dead Nightwing, the world saw Luthor as its savior and public perception of the business tycoon skyrocketed. What made better sense than for him to join the Justice League?

This didn’t particularly grab Superman, but Batman and Wonder Woman suggested that at the very least they could keep their eyes on Luthor should he be up to something. Still, despite the safeguarding and pragmatic reasoning, Lex made good on his effort to turn over a new leaf for the betterment of mankind. He was essential in financing the League’s operations, and when the New 52’s Superman died, Lex assumed himself protector of Metropolis in his honor. Aiding in the battle against Doomsday, Luthor’s public trust was denied by the original Superman, who returned and—familiar with Lex’s scheming ways—refused to believe he had turned good. This left Luthor out of prison, free to enjoy a popular reputation, but once again on Superman’s bad side.

Of course, Lex Luthor was never going to stay good for long. He’s DC’s ultimate bad guy! A major player like him is destined to be evil. That does leave room, however, for lesser appreciated villain characters. Take Pied Piper, for instance.

Hartley Rathaway was never a heavy hitter in the pantheon of the Flash’s rogues gallery. Born deaf, Rathaway’s hearing was aided through sonic technology, which granted him a fascination with sound, leading him down a life of petty sound-related crimes. He was routinely beaten up by the original Central City Flash, Barry Allen.

After Allen’s sacrifice to save the multiverse in Crisis on Infinite Earths, Pied Piper encountered the new Flash—Wally West—after reforming himself. Wally meets Rathaway donating goods to homeless shelters and looking out for the downtrodden. Disinterested in wealth, the former villain would go on to become a close friend and confidant of Wally’s. The two would often talk about Wally’s predecessor and help each other on cases. This is an example of a villain-turned-hero case that stuck. Originally deaf, and eventually revealed to be gay, Rathaway saw regular people as vulnerable and became interested in helping them in ways only he could. He shed his delusions of grandeur and calmed down into a reliable and friendly guy.

Does this normality make Pied Piper the sole exception to both heroes and villains? Hal Jordan, Superboy-Prime and Lex Luthor all believed themselves to be the sole answer to their worlds’ problems and became monsters at one point or another in trying to prove it. Hartley Rathaway viewed himself as being of the people, not above them.

It’s a good indicator of the struggle many heroes are faced with, as well as cautionary examples they look to avoid. It’s a nuance of superhero storytelling that reflects the decisions between right and wrong we make in the real world, and how those directions often get confused as the other. Strong examples like this can be found all throughout the tapestry of the DC Universe and offer a fascinating look at how the perspective of good and evil gets examined in a multitude of interesting and complicated ways.

Donovan Morgan Grant writes about comics, graphic novels and superhero history for Follow him on Twitter at @donoDMG1.

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New details for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed game, reportedly titled Assassin’s Creed Mirage, have seemingly surfaced on YouTube by Youtuber j0nathan, some of which were also confirmed to be true by Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier. According to the video and Schreier, the game will launch sometime in Spring 2023, will take place in Baghdad between the years 870-860, and will reportedly “go back to basics,” which may mean that the game will have fewer RPG elements such as the lack of a leveling system and gameplay choices. However, none of these claims have been confirmed by Ubisoft.

A person familiar tells me parts of this new Assassin’s Creed leak are true (such as the name and the other stuff Bloomberg has already reported: spring 23, Baghdad, back to AC basics) and other parts are not (“multiple cities to explore”)

— Jason Schreier (@jasonschreier) August 30, 2022

In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you are Eivor, a fierce Viking warrior raised on tales of battle and glory. Explore a dynamic and beautiful open world set against the brutal backdrop of England’s Dark Ages. Raid your enemies, grow your settlement, and build your political power in your quest to earn your place among the gods in Valhalla.

Key Features

Write Your Viking Saga – Advanced RPG mechanics allow you to shape the growth of your character and influence the world around you. With every choice you make, from political alliances and combat strategy to dialogue and gear progression, you will carve your own path to glory.

Visceral Combat System – Dual-wield powerful weapons such as axes, swords, and even shields to relive the ruthless fighting style of the Viking warriors. Brutally decapitate your foes, vanquish them from afar, or stealthily assassinate targets with your hidden blade. Challenge yourself with the most varied collection of deadly enemies ever found in an Assassin’s Creed game.

A Dark Age Open World – Sail from the harsh and mysterious shores of Norway to the beautiful but forbidding kingdoms of England and beyond. Immerse yourself in the Viking way of life through fishing, hunting, drinking games, and more.

Lead Epic Raids – Launch massive assaults against Saxon troops and fortresses throughout England. Lead your clan in surprise attacks from your longship and pillage enemy territories to bring riches and resources back to your people.

Grow Your Settlement – Construct and upgrade buildings that allow for deep customization, including a barracks, blacksmith, tattoo parlor, and more. Recruit new members to your clan and personalize your Viking experience.

Mercenary Vikings – Create and customize a unique Viking raider within your clan and share it online with friends to use during their own raids.

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Batgirl to Oracle Episode 224

Guest-starring Dr. Jennifer Swartz-Levine! Power Girl and Diet Cola? Say what? Find out what THAT’S all about, plus a short discussion on the scrapped “Batgirl” film and a full review of Gail Simone’s first run on Birds of Prey in 2003 (issues #56-59). In the second half of the episode, I respond to some listener emails, cover some “quickies,” including Nightwing #95, and do a full review of Batgirls #9. “Shag’s Mac and Cheese of Comfort and Joy,” the anime watchlist, and my literature recommendations also appear.

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Roasted Celery and Cherry Tomatoes

Celery and cherry tomatoes are simple vegetables that turn into a savory side dish when roasted with olive oil and spices.

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The Department of Education announced today that it will discharge all remaining federal student loans for borrowers who enrolled in any location of Westwood College (including enrollment in Westwood’s online program) between Jan. 1, 2002, and Nov. 17, 2015, when it stopped enrolling new borrowers in advance of its 2016 closure.

The department said that it has analyzed the evidence related to Westwood and concluded that the for-profit college “engaged in widespread misrepresentations about the value of its credentials for attendees’ and graduates’ employment prospects such that all borrowers who attended during the period described above are entitled to a full loan discharge.”

This action will result in $1.5 billion in discharges for 79,000 borrowers, regardless of whether they have applied for a borrower-defense discharge.

“Westwood College’s exploitation of students and abuse of federal financial aid place it in the same circle of infamy occupied by Corinthian Colleges and ITT Technical Institute,” said Under Secretary James Kvaal. “Westwood operated on a culture of false promises, lies and manipulation in order to profit off student debt that burdened borrowers long after Westwood closed.”

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Register now for Zeta Live 2022

Zeta Live is back on Thursday, September 29th, live streamed globally. Following a successful inaugural year, we’re going bigger and better. Join us as we explore how today’s creativity and micro-moments throughout the consumer journey are shaping disruptive macro movements across tomorrow’s digital economy and marketing ecosystem.

This year’s discussions cover all of the buzziest topics, including:

  • The next chapter in digital acceleration: Join senior executives from the largest marketing and advertising holding corporations to discuss the progress, challenges and vision for the future of marketing.
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  • Brand building in a World of Web3: How brands can prepare for a decentralized world of tomorrow and the commitment needed for NFTs, cryptocurrency and an immersive Web to future-proof their business. 
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Our annual conference will be an unforgettable day of thought leadership, featuring the brightest, most forward-thinking leaders in business and a look into some of the most critical topics impacting the industry today.

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Getting something in a video game for free is always pleasant, especially if it is your favorite video game. One of the best ways to get resources for free in Roblox is to redeem promo codes. Read this guide, and you will find all Roblox Aniverse Codes. No time to lose, let’s get started!

All Aniverse Codes in Roblox

Honestly, codes to get free items are primarily available for holidays or important events dedicated to the Roblox game. Therefore, you need to redeem the code as soon as you see it. Otherwise, you will lose your opportunity to get resources for free.

Check the table below, and you will find all the codes that are working nowadays.

Code Rewards
10KLikes 150 coins and 300 shards
Bugfix 100 coins and 200 shards
Aniverse 200 shards and 2 trial luck boosts
1.5MilVisits 250 shard and 100 coins
5KLikes 400 shards
1KLikes 200 shards
2.5KLikes 100 shards

As you can see, rewards for redeeming promo codes are tiny. However, you should not meet any conditions or play the game to get a reward. All you need is to insert a code.

Related: How to Play Roblox Aniverse – Beginner’s Guide, Tips, and Tricks

To do it, you need to head to the settings. At the bottom of this menu, you will find the unique line where you can insert the code. All you need is to enter the code and press submit. After that, the reward will be automatically added to your account. That is how it works.

In conclusion, there are a lot of codes that are working in Roblox Aniverse nowadays. All you need to get the reward is to spend 1 minute and redeem them. However, do not expect that reward to be significant. Thank you for reading the guide, hope you find it helpful!

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Monday, August 29, 2022

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TRAX - A seriously cool looking Chaos Engine inspiration for the Atari XL/XE gets new footage!
The original Chaos Engine was an incredible game released in 1993, and developed by the very famous Bitmap Brothers. It was a well known title that at its core, was for the Amiga in which one or two players battled against the evil creations of the titular Chaos Engine. But today's news is pretty special for fans of the game and for those of you who own an Atari XL/XE, as new footage has been

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Sometimes, the order of anime arcs can be a little bit confusing, leaving you to wonder when certain episodes take place and what story they were a part of. And while Demon Slayer is more linear than others, it’s still nice to know the order, especially when it pertains to figuring out how much is still left to be adapted. Here is everything you need to know about all the Demon Slayer Arcs, in order.

All Demon Slayer Arcs in Order

Final Selection Arc (Ep. 1-5)

Kidnapper’s Bog Arc (Ep. 6-7)

Asakusa Arc (Ep. 8-10)

Tsuzumi Mansion Arc (Ep. 11-14)

Mount Natagumo Arc (Ep. 15-21)

Rehabilitation Training Arc (Ep. 22-26)

Mugen Train Arc (Ep. 27-34)

Entertainment District Arc (Ep. 34-44)

Swordsmith Village Arc (TBA)

The next arc, Swordsmith Village arc, has received a trailer, but we’ve yet to hear anything about a release window or anything regarding when we can expect it. After that, there’s only two more arcs that are left to be adapted from the source material.

While it is certainly possible that filler can be added in, it’s not likely, as we haven’t seen any significant changes from the source material in the anime so far. If you are interested in seeing the chapter names, you can check them out below, but beware, there are light spoilers ahead by seeing the manga chapter titles alone, so look at your own risk.

Manga Chapters Not Adapted (LIGHT SPOILERS)

10. Hashira Training Arc

11. Final Battle Arc

11.1 Infinity Castle Arc

11.2 Sunrise Countdown Arc

That is everything you need to know about all Demon Slayer Arcs in order. If you’re still on the hunt for more info about the anime, be sure to check out the rest of Twinfinite to see the rest of our guides, which have plenty of tips, tricks, and FAQs.

There should also be some more Demon Slayer-related content down below that you may find helpful, as well as some other news for the anime. For any questions you have about the show that you can’t seem to find the answer to, always feel free to reach out to us in the comment section, and we’ll do our best to help.


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I forget which one of our talented team of reviewers it was who made an impassioned plea for there to be an end to the current spate of forced running platformers, but it appears that it fell on deaf ears, as another has limped into view. 

Coming from developers Undercoders and published by JanduSoft, can Superola Champion Edition offer anything new to jaded gamers, or are you better off leaving it on the shelf? Well, grab your running shoes, we’re going in. 

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Clearly, in order to explain why we are running nonstop, and why we appear to be a llama called Superola, we need to look to the narrative of the game at hand. And almost straight away you will be sorry that you did, as it is completely nonsensical. 

We are Superola, a llama that loves burgers. I didn’t know llamas were carnivorous, but willing suspension of disbelief and all that. Now, there has been an alien invasion, and not one that features any old aliens, these are Hotdog Aliens! These Hotdog Aliens have taken all the burgers, and so Superola has to go on a quest to get them all back, before they get cold. That would explain why we are running, I guess…

Strangely, there is a second game included in the Superola Champion Edition package, called Alpaca’s Redemption, and this is a little odd, to say the least. We start off at the end of the game, if that makes sense, and we need to make amends for hurting the enemies along the way. We do this by sacrificing the powers that we gained along the way back to the gods. It is as odd as it sounds, to be honest. 

Presentation is an interesting topic for Superola Champion Edition, as we can choose to play with modern graphics, featuring 4K cartoon visuals, or we can choose to play as a retro styled pixel art experience. For a change, I initially went with the modern graphics, and they are pleasant enough, with a fluffy llama running left to right across the screen. The platforms and other enemies are very basic looking, but as the game does move at a fair old pace, it isn’t the end of the world. 

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Alpaca’s Redemption is a different kettle of fish, with only a pixel art style able to be chosen; the screen being somewhat sparse except for platforms and spikes. While it works, it is a little dull looking. 

Sound wise, both games are perfectly adequate, with jolly tunes running through as we run with Superola, and a variety of sound effects all work pretty well. Sound for the Alpaca game is somewhat subdued, with just a nice tip tap sound effect as you move. All told, presentation is not an issue with Superola Champion Edition. 

Gameplay, however, is another matter. I can’t see the point of these endless runner games and having a llama run and occasionally jump or fire a laser out of its mouth (yes, really, but only when he has a reserve of burgers built up, weirdly) just left me cold. To split up the “action” and keep the interest levels up, there are another few different types of event to take part in, all shamelessly stolen from other popular culture touchstones.

 So, for instance, we have to take part in a “destroy the car” mini game, with absolutely no instructions as to what to do. I’ll pass on these top tips: at the top of the screen, when a green blob gets to the middle, press A, and when the blob is red, press B. You’re welcome. Street Fighter II this isn’t. 

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Another feature is boss fights, which takes the form – again – of silly mini games. We have, in the first of the boss fights, to channel our inner Sheldon Cooper and play “Rock Paper, Scissors, Lizard, Spock”, and this made my son wonder out loud why they had copied the game from one of his favourite TV shows, The Big Bang Theory. I don’t know why, but the boss fight is pretty simple. Even the screen for completing a level of running is stolen wholesale from a Sonic the Hedgehog game, with the eponymous hedgehog crossed out and a llama inserted in his place. 

All in all, while it can be a bit of fun for a short time (say, thirty seconds) the main game of Superola soon outstays its welcome. Not even the promise of many stages and shortcuts to find can extend the life span, I’m afraid. 

Alpaca’s Redemption is also another game that gets tiresome very quickly. Playing as an Alpaca with a series of powers at our disposal, including jumping, dashing, reversing gravity (?) and wall climbing, we are tasked with getting through a series of screens that would appear to be right at home in Super Meat Boy, left to traverse the screen from left to right. Every few screens, we are invited to choose a power to sacrifice to the gods, to make amends for whatever it was we did before the game started. And obviously, the more powers we give up, the harder the screens become. While this is an interesting concept, the execution is poor, with ropy controls spoiling any desire to follow the story through to the end. 

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I don’t think very much of Superola Champion Edition and certainly not enough to put up with the annoying gameplay and stupid premise of jumping and shooting. The era of endless runners is over now, and Superola makes sure it goes out with a whimper. Don’t waste your money is my most honest advice, and certainly don’t encourage other developers to look at this genre and think “We need more of those!”. 

The final nail in the coffin though? Superola Champion Edition is apparently optimised for Xbox Series X|S. And that is a joke in itself. 

Superola Champion Edition is on the Xbox Store

TXH Score



  • Graphics look okay


  • Dull, dull gameplay
  • Stolen ideas which are executed poorly
  • Alpaca’s Redemption has ropy controls


  • Massive thanks for the free copy of the game go to – JanduSoft
  • Formats – Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, Switch
  • Version reviewed – Xbox Series X
  • Release date – 14 July 2022
  • Launch price from – £4.19

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The new demons of chaos aren’t just relegated to their own army. Other factions can dip their toe in the Chaos-side (warning, dipping your toe into Chaos pretty much guaranteed to corrupt you entirely, but that’s up to you) by bringing some allied Chaos Daemons with them. Check out how in this preview for the 40k Codex: Chaos Daemons available for pre-sale now.

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The forces of Chaos can destabilise the very fabric of reality, pouring daemons forth as Heretic Astartes and Chaos Knights attack. Thus their foes frequently fight against a unified front of mortal and immortal warriors, manifested on the tabletop with the Daemonic Pact rules from Codex: Chaos Daemons.

So long as your CHAOS army includes just one* LEGIONES DAEMONICA Detachment, which accounts for no more than 25% of your total Power Level, every model within it gets the AGENTS OF CHAOS keyword. This allows you to ignore many Detachment Ability restrictions** when checking to see if everyone’s on the same team, just like Chaos Knight Dreadblades.

The ability to appear as if from nowhere makes daemons excellent shock troops, charging from tears in reality to seize objectives. This makes them excellent allies in Chaos Knights armies, where manpower is at a premium and Troops with the Objective Secured rule are valuable.


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Online shopping has changed the back-to-school shopping season drastically since I was a child. I can remember spending the last few weeks before back-to-school trudging in and out of the local mall for new shoes and clothes and Walmart or Zellers for a new backpack and supplies. Some part of that always stuck with me, as even now in my thirties I still have a slight obsession with fun pens and other stationery supplies. When I was little it was so exciting picking out new markers and gel-pens, matching lunch bags and backpacks, and ripped jeans that would make my mother crazy.

Now I have school-aged children, and after a couple of years running around to find everything they need before their September start date, back-to-school shopping has lost its novelty. Not only do I hear my mother coming out of my mouth when I say, “Your pencil crayons from last year are still fine,” but I also just don’t look forward to the hustle and bustle of heading out shopping post-pandemic. This is especially true with two kids who want to buy toys and refuse to try anything on. It’s exhausting.

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Online shopping first started just 28 years ago, meaning when I was growing up, it was almost nowhere to be found. In 2020, Amazon alone took up almost half of all online sales for the year. Once the pandemic hit though, ecommerce sales hit “$870 billion in the US in 2021, a 14.2% increase over 2020 and a 50.5% increase over 2019,” according to Forbes. In under 30 years, online shopping has become a 4.9 trillion dollar industry globally. Clearly I’m not the only one that wants to jump on this online shopping bandwagon, and it really does make back-to-school shopping feel like less of a hassle.

“Online shopping first started just 28 years ago, meaning when I was growing up, it was almost nowhere to be found.”

I’m lucky because right now, my children are still young enough that a trip to the store is fun and exciting—though they still always think they’re getting a new toy. I know these years go quickly, and by the time they are preteens, being seen in public with me will be their worst nightmare. Yes, I’m busy. Yes, I’m tired. Yes, online shopping can make back-to-school shopping a breeze, but at what cost?

Online shopping is changing the game. With Amazon Prime, for the most part, I can order everything my kids need online and get it sometimes next-day, even if I order at 11pm. Starting earlier in the summer, I placed some orders from Old Navy and The Children’s Place online and got all their clothes in a couple of weeks. Realistically, I could have gotten away without stepping foot into a store during the back-to-school shopping season because of online shopping.

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Online shopping sounds like a clear winner here for back-to-school, but there are some other things I’ve started to consider. Are online stores and apps robbing us of in-person experiences? As I said, I have core memories of shopping with my mom. I can remember when I was finally old enough to be trusted with spending money on my own, being handed $100 to find myself some new clothes while my mom shopped. It turned out that when I was holding onto the money, I was a lot more stingy.

“Realistically, I could have gotten away without stepping foot into a store during the back-to-school shopping season because of online shopping.”

If I’m doing all their shopping online—likely long after they’ve gone to bed—my children aren’t getting the chance to make those same memories. Maybe they will whine now and be glad to get out of a day at the mall with mom, but looking back when they’re older, is that really something I want to take away from them? Quality time together is few and far between with small children and working parents. I want to spend that time with them, eat at the food court, buy something silly and just hang out with my kids.

Memories aren’t the only concern though. If I start handling all the back-to-school shopping online, they aren’t learning lessons about money or getting to express their individuality by choosing their own clothes and supplies. Of course, I can load up Amazon Prime with them, but I don’t think scrolling through pages and filters is going to teach the same lesson or hold the same significance as sifting through the racks at the mall.

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Of course, this doesn’t just stop with back-to-school, and the issues don’t just end with inside the home. Christmas shopping is done online. Grocery shopping is done online. You can furnish your entire home from your smartphone—and can even test out how it looks virtually. Online shopping is taking the legwork out of shopping, but it’s also taking the personalization out of it. I don’t even want to begin to dive into what this could mean for malls, department stores and even local stores.

Back-to-school shopping can be completed in a matter of minutes through an app or two on your smartphone while you’re watching TV in your PJs. That sounds like a dream, but remember what you could be missing out on by making the switch to technology over in-person experiences. Learning about money, expressing individuality, quality time, and above all, food court food, is on the line.

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Vehicles! In Saints Row and other games like it, having the coolest machine on the block is critical to dominating any city. And everyone knows that the best way to clear any street block is through a massive jet! The VTOL Jet Plane is the easiest way to quickly move across Santo Ileso in Saints Row (2022). This vehicle isn’t hidden behind secrets or challenges or anything like that! Despite this, you’re going to need to spend some time with the game if you want to unlock it.

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In order to unlock the VTOL Jet Plane in Saints Row, you’ll need to complete the last mission in the game. The mission “Showdown” is your end goal, and its the 21st main story mission in the game. According to most websites, you can expect to get to this point by 10-15 hours into your game, assuming you focus on the main story quests. The VTOL jet is one of the fastest options for basic movement across the map, letting you get from point to point as the crow flies.

This jet’s unlock is purely through the main story, which is great. All you have to do is keep rocking the main story content and you’ll unlock this vehicle naturally This is a great tool for exploring Santo Ileso in the endgame. We actually recommend using this for completionist purposes, since it will let you get to distant corners of the map. That being said, fast travel tends to work well enough if you’re not interested in waiting.

Because it is a jet, it can be awkward to control. While the game gives you a few opportunities to fly, a plane is no car. It might take some practice to fly effectively, so don’t worry if you’re sent to the hospital once or twice. With time, you’ll be able to quickly move across the city.

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4 Tactics To Cultivate Creative Thinking

Today, leaders are charged with sparking innovation in their teams and business units. Innovation is hard and does not happen overnight. The first step to innovation is cultivating a culture of creative thinking. This article offers 4 tried-and-tested tactics to cultivate creative thinking.

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Margaret Bailey obituary

My godmother, Margaret Bailey, who has died aged 92, had a long career as a medical social worker and as a lecturer in psychiatric social work, much of it at the Middlesex hospital in central London.

Margaret was born in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, to Joseph Bailey, a pottery salesman, and Gladys (nee Lewis), a milliner. She went to Orme girls school in the town until 1948, after which she studied modern history at St Anne’s College, Oxford, graduating in 1951.

Gaining a certificate in social administration at the London School of Economics in 1952, she worked as a medical social worker at Brompton hospital in London between 1953 and 1956.

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Team Rock Crowned Winner in Splatoon 3 Splatfest World Premiere

The winner of Splatoon 3’s Splatfest World Premiere has been decided. Team Rock has prevailed and has taken the crown, beating both Team Paper and Team Scissors in each region.

This special Splatfest was a free demo that took place on Saturday, August 27 and lasted for 12 hours across all world regions. It was designed to give players a taste of what to expect when Splatoon 3 releases in September.

Players could choose between Team Rock, Team Paper, and Team Scissors. The first six hours featured standard Turf War battles with two rival teams battling it out. The second six hours added Tricolor Turf War battles into the mix, a brand new 4v2v2 mode.

Because Team Scissors was in the lead at halftime, the players on this team were sandwiched between players from Team Rock and Team Paper during the Tricolor Turf War battles. This seemed to turn the tides, allowing Team Rock to emerge victorious by the end of the night.

Though Team Rock won in all regions, the score breakdown was slightly different across North America, Europe, and Japan. Here’s how the teams fared in each region.

In North America, Team Rock scored 25 points, Team Paper scored 10 points, and team Scissors scored 0 points.

In Europe, Team Rock scored 25 points, Team Paper scored 10 points, and team Scissors scored 0 points.

In Japan, Team Rock scored 25 points, Team Paper scored 0 points, and team Scissors scored 10 points.

Points were determined by the popularity of each team as well as player clout in both halves of the Splatfest.

If you missed this demo Splatfest, or if you played it and want more action, you won’t have to wait too long. Splatoon 3 will release in about two weeks on September 9. The game will feature Turf War battles, ranked mode battles, a single-player campaign, a card deckbuilding mode, and much more.

Until the next Splatfest in the full game, Team Rock claims bragging rights over the rest of the competition. Congratulations, Team Rock!

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If you were thinking about buying Shadow of the Tomb Raider any time soon, don’t, because it’s free on the Epic Games Store next week.

The most recent and probable final entry in the Square Enix published, Eidos-Montreal developed reboot of the series is the next free title to be given away on the Epic Games Store. You’ll be able to pick up the game next Thursday, September 1, and you’ll have until September 8 to do so.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider isn’t the only game being made available for free. Submerged: Hidden Depths will also be free for the same period of time. In Submerged, you’ll explore a drowned city with deserted villages inhabited by “enigmatic creatures.” There’s no combat to be found though, self-described as a third-person “relaxploration” adventure.

Knockout City players will also be able to claim an Armazillo DLC pack which includes a Kaiju themed outfit, all of which adds up to make you look like a souped-up armadillo. Sounds like it will pair perfectly with the arrival of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in season 7. Once again, you’ll be able to claim the pack from September 1 to September 8.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider first released in 2018 to generally favourable reviews, and was meant to be the last game in Lara Croft’s origin story. Whether a new game that directly ties to this reboot will happen or not is up in the air, as back in May, Embracer Group acquired Eidos-Montreal as well as the rights to Tomb Raider.

Embracer does want to make remakes, remasters, and spinoffs of the various titles it acquired, so presumably it will also want new entries too, though it will likely be quite a while until we see what comes of that, considering just how long game development takes.

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Will the George Dawson School in Texas Ban the Biography of George Dawson?

The George Dawson Middle School in the Carroll Independent School District in Texas is named for a man who was enslaved, learned to read at the age of 98, and died at 103.

The school board is now reviewing whether Dawson’s biography should be read by students at the school. After all, its references to slavery and segregation might defy the state law against teaching “critical race theory.”

When Dawson’s book was published, it was hailed as an inspiring story. Its title: “Life Is So Good.”

A book about the grandson of a slave who learned to read when he was 98 years old is currently under review for use in the school named after him in Southlake.

The book, “Life is So Good,” tells the story of George Dawson’s life, from segregation and the civil rights movement to learning to read at 98. It’s one of about 10 under review by Carroll ISD….

Dawson gained worldwide attention for his 2000 memoir and was profiled on the Discovery Channel, Oprah, Nightline, and in People magazine. A grandson of slaves, he become a face for literacy before his death in 2001 at age 103.

The district insists that the book has not been banned…yet.

Others in the district say it has already been banned and the “administrative discussion” is a cover.

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Mario Kart Tour, Fire Emblem Heroes, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, and Pokémon Masters EX have all received a content update. Check out the full details for each game below via

Mario Kart Tour

  • [Pipe] The Gold Pipe (featuring Chargin’ Chuck (Gold), Gold Bullet Blaster, gold drivers from past tours, and more) is now available (available until September 2nd)

Fire Emblem Heroes

  • [Summoning] A new Summoning Focus is now live: Weekly Revival 56. It features the following Heroes: Kiria (Cool Façade), Tsubasa (Madcap Idol), and Mamori (Microwin’ Idol) (available until September 4th)
  • [Summoning] A new Summoning Focus is now live: Weekly Revival 16. It features the following Heroes: Katarina (Wayward One), Minerva (Red Dragoon), and Genny (Endearing Ally) (available until September 4th)
  • [Events] The Counter Phase of the latest Mjölnir’s Strike event, featuring Yen’fay (Blade Legend), is now live (available until August 29th)

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

  • [Animals] New Animal Maps are now available via Gulliver’s Ship: Miranda and more (no end date)
  • [Cookies] A returning Fortune Cookie and related set of Stamp Trade rewards are now available: Hopkin’s game cookie (available until September 5th)

Pokémon Masters EX

  • [Scout] The following Sync Pair is now available via Master Fair Scout: Ash & Pikachu (available until October 17th)
  • [Missions] New Daily Missions are now available (no end date)
  • [Other] Starting today, two new 5★ Sync Pairs and 4 new 4★ Sync Pairs are available via BP Item Exchange. BP Sync Pair Super Vouchers: Nita & Landorus, Main Character & Mesprit. BP Sync Pair Vouchers: Clemont & Magneton, Candice & Froslass, Janine & Crobat, Sophocles & Golem (no end date)
  • [Log-in Bonus] Players can now get the following as a special Log-in Bonus: BP Sync Pair Voucher, BP Sync Pair Super Voucher (available until September 30th)
  • [Other] Starting today, the following Ticket Scouts have been updated with new Sync Pairs: 5★-Guaranteed Ticket Scout, 5★-Guaranteed Kanto Ticket Scout, 5★-Guaranteed Sinnoh Ticket Scout, 5★-Guaranteed Alola Ticket Scout, 5★-Guaranteed Galar Ticket Scout (no end date)
  • [Log-in Bonus] To celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of the game, all players can now get the following as special Log-in Bonus: Gem x3000 (available until October 3rd)
  • [Log-in Bonus] A new set of Daily Log-in Bonuses is now live: Three-Year Celebration (available until September 14th)
  • [Events] The latest Special Event, Challenge from Ash, is now live (available until September 27th)
  • [Events] The returning Special Event, The Classic Thunderbolt, is now live (available until October 17th)
  • [Events] The latest Special Event, Blazing Battle with Ash, is now live (available until October 17th)
  • [Missions] A new set of Event Missions is now available: Blazing Battle with Ash (available until October 17th)
  • [Store] The following is now available in the Store: Welcome Ash gem special 1 and 2 (available until October 17th)
  • [Events] The latest Story Event, Threads of Strength, is now live (available until October 3rd)
  • [Store] The following is now available in the Store: Three-Year Anniversary gem special 1 to 4 (available until September 18th)

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Hasbro and eOne decided to kick off National Power Rangers Day with a huge announcement, officially unveiling Power Rangers’ 30th season. In a new video Power Rangers Dino Fury executive producer and showrunner Simon Bennett officially revealed that season 30 will be titled Power Rangers Cosmic Fury, and that he will be returning as showrunner, but that’s not all. Bennett also revealed that for the first time since Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, a team will return for a third season, as the Dino Fury cast will be reprising their roles as the Rangers in Cosmic Fury, which will take their adventures into space and across the galaxy. Cosmic Fury will air in 2023, and you can check out the full reveal in the video below,.

“Hi Ranger Nation, and happy Power Rangers day. My name is Simon Bennett and I’m the executive producer and showrunner of Power Rangers Dino Fury. Now Hasbro and I have some exciting news that I just can’t wait to share with you today, and the news is that I will be returning to Power Rangers season 30, which is viewable in 2023 and the name of the season is Power Rangers Cosmic Fury,” Bennett said. “Now as you can see the sets are going up here in the studio in New Zealand, and we have a little tease we wanted to share with you.”

“So the name and the logo may seem familiar to you, and that’s because I’m not the only returning thing to season 30. In fact, the entire Dino Fury Ranger cast will be coming back and they will be the Cosmic Fury team, and their adventures as they fight back guys will them out into space and across the galaxy,” Bennett said.

“Now, I know that you’re going to have lots of questions. There’ll be lots of speculation and everyone who wants to know a lot more ab out this new season. I’m afraid there’s not much I can say right now, but I promise you everything will be made clear very soon. What I can say is that on behalf of eOne and Hasbro and the production team here in New Zealand is, I just wanted to thank everyone for your commitment to the show over the years,” Bennett said. You know, your love for the brand is just a wonderful thing and is truly appreciated by everyone who works on the show. So everyone, have a fantastic National Power Rangers day.”

The cast of Dino Fury has been an absolute delight, and the fact that they are returning for a third season couldn’t be better news. Plus the show is changing things up around them to provide some fresh locations, though it also feels like a natural extension of certain elements revolving around Zayto and Aiyon.


As for Dino Fury, the second half of season 2 will hit Netflix on September 29th.

Are you excited for Cosmic Fury and the return of the Dino Fury cast? Let us know in the comments and as always you can talk all things Power Rangers with me on Twitter @MattAguilarCB!

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How Is Technology Transforming The Workplace?

In today's rapidly shifting work environment, businesses that fail to innovate and adopt a tech-forward business strategy stand to fall behind the competition. Technology plays an essential role in business as new software products and tools help organizations overcome operational challenges.

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