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Ethan: Meteor Hunter Review

Ethan: Meteor Hunter Review Ethan: Meteor Hunter tells the story of a rat, Ethan, who is hell bent on inflicting revenge on the neighbour who callously destroyed his home.After being hit with the full power of a meteorite, Ethan finds out that he is able to play around with time and is strong enough to move objects via the power of telekinesis.

Pre-order and pre-download F1 2016 right now on Xbox One

Pre-order and pre-download F1 2016 right now on Xbox One Want to jump into Lewis Hamilton’s shoes?Fancy getting behind the wheel of Sebastian Vettel’s Ferrari.

BlizzCon 2016: In-Game Redeemable Pet Announced

BlizzCon 2016: In-Game Redeemable Pet Announced Blizzard has finally revealed this year's BlizzCon redeemable battle pet — Legionnaire Murky and Knight-Captain Murky![] It's unclear if players will be able to collect both murlocs, à la , or if redeeming a BlizzCon murloc will grant only one faction's pet.

Don't know what to do, help please

Don't know what to do, help please I'm so disappointed right now.I love my son, but this is tearing me up inside.

Trump's FCC Chair

Trump's FCC Chair He is vehemently opposed to net neutrality.So what is net neutrality?

Old Gods Comp: Shoggoths

What madness made even those blasphemous Old Ones willing to use and carve such things?The Old Ones Deep within the oceans reach, the old ones thrive.

The Energy Observer boat can run for 6 years on nothing but wind, solar, and hydrogen

The Energy Observer boat can run for 6 years on nothing but wind, solar, and hydrogen More: Like a floating Transformer, this yacht changes shape at the push of a button “The Energy Observer boat creates energy onboard,” Delafosse told Digital Trends.“It has solar panels, wind turbines, a kite that converts the engines into hydro generators, and a hydrogen fuel system that uses decarbonized sea water.

Werewolf: The Apocalypse Video Interview

Werewolf: The Apocalypse Video Interview GameReactor was able to attend Focus Home's "le What's Next de Focus" event in Paris earlier this month, during which they chatted up White Wolf's Martin Ericsson about Werewolf: The Apocalypse and World of Darkness in general.The result is an 11-minute video interview, and while the game is still very early in development, we do at least hear about the its apocalyptic premise, the fact that it'll be squarely within the action RPG sub-genre, why it'll likely adopt a third-person viewpoint (shapechanging), its potential release window (2-3 years out), and more:

Anon's a morning person

Anon's a morning person i Anonymous 02/ 15/ 17( Wed) 18: 47: 09 No.34898847Imagine being able to wake upwith this same joy and desire tobegin another day, not crawlingout of your bed in a stupor ofdepression and stumblingtowards the tasks at hand.