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  1. Just received this from Amazon, haven't used them for launch games for ages but had a gift card to use. Patiently waiting for the game to install on the PS5 before starting.
  2. New trailer, not long to wait for the release, 28th April:
  3. New video about the re-making of The Last of Us Part One:
  4. A new preview for the game from GamesRadar:
  5. 6. Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing by Matthew Perry Was not a big fan of Friends, would watch it if around a mates if it was on, never was a too cool to watch a popular show, just thought it was an OK show. But it really bleed into everyday life and part of the zeitgeist, knew the catchphrases even when not aware where they were from. But anytime I did see view, it was Matthew Perry which I enjoyed. Always followed his work since, from Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip to Go On. Knew bit and bobs about his personal life, but found this fascinating, raw and very honest about his struggles, difficulties and reflecting on how with all the Friends successful and all the wealth it gave him, affected his addiction and mental issues. 7. Daisy Jones and The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid After seeing this was going to be adapted to a TV show, I decided to read this and within the first few pages due I was in for a treat. Havin the story structured as interviews looking back a la Behind the Music worked brilliantly. The different perspectives on the same situations and arguments works well. The creation, rise and internal struggles within the band, both artistically and personally was riveting and I sped through reading this. Just started watching the show, decent so far, so odd adaption changes to the source material so far, but still enjoying it.
  6. Margaret Lake, known as Mystic Meg has died aged 80, wonder if she saw that coming
  7. Danny O'Dwyer and the team at NoClip got to play this and have released a video about their impressions:
  8. Now not sure what to do about reading it beforehand airs.
  9. Trailer for Silo, starts 5th of May In a ruined and toxic future, thousands live in a giant silo deep underground. After its sheriff breaks a cardinal rule and residents die mysteriously, engineer Juliette (Rebecca Ferguson) starts to uncover shocking secrets and the truth about the silo. Just ordered the first book in the series from the library to read
  10. 26th of March is the US date, assume the next day for us.
  11. Capcom have sent out B-Roll footage to journalists to view, can see their reaction and thoughts below:
  12. Steve Mackey, best known as the bass player with Pulp has died aged 56. He was also a fantastic producer, having worked with bands like The Kills and Cornershop, he also co wrote quite a few songs for the album Lungs for Florence + The Machine.
  13. If anyone is interested, Sport Sports F1 have started a new podcast and the first episode (audio seems really low for me) has been released:
  14. Baroness Betty Boothroyd, the first female Commons Speaker, has died aged 93
  15. There is a live event occurring in Stockholm and streamed online to celebrate the anniversary. Hopefully they announce something there.
  16. Regarding Horizon: Forbidden West on the Premium tier, could it be a timed demo of the game?
  17. GameInformer magazine has this on their front cover this month, they went and visited the studio to play some chapters:
  18. This time of year I have stacked up books I received for my birthday and Christmas to read while my academic research reading has a lull. 1. The Game: Player Pundit Fan Book by Micah Richards Enjoy his charismatic manner and opinions, very interesting on his background and thoughts about the sport. 2. The Butcher and the Wren by Alaina Urquhart This was a recommendation in an end of year list, it is from a podcaster I did not know, Story is pulpy but just the right side of far fetched. All about how a forensic pathologist investigates a serial killer. Has all the hallmarks of being adapted into a gripping visually engrossing film. 3. Don't Laugh It'll Only Encourage Her by Daisy May Cooper Only recently seen her work, was a name I was aware of but after seeing Am I Being Unreasonable? but then This Country (plus her other shows), have become a big fan. Can not wait to see Rain Dogs later this year. This book has so many, I can not believe this happened and occurred to her. Was so funny, numerous times I had to put it down as I was laughing so much. 4. The Bullet That Missed (Thursday Murder Club, Book 3) by Richard Osman Another light but enjoyable read in this series. Great main story with intricating twists and turns. Slightly stronger than book two. 5. Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus Saw this in Waterstones and its cover peaked my interest. A chemist in the 60's working in a research institute becomes a TV chef, while pushing back on the status quo and boundaries society tries to fit her into within her work and lift environment. Parts and themes of it reminded me of Julia Child to some extent. Could well be one my my favourite books of the year. Superb style of writing and I didn't want it to finish.
  19. Framed #325 🎥 🟥 🟩 ⬛ ⬛ ⬛ ⬛ https://framed.wtf
  20. Just stumbled across a lovely shoegaze Korean band called Parannoul. Was not aware there is a underground Korean shoegaze scene, suddenly discovering a wealth of fanstatic bands, including Della Zyr, Weatherday and Asian Glow all on the Longinus Recordings label. Edit, just found this article as well about bands in the scene based in Korea for anyone interested.
  21. Framed #323 🎥 🟩 ⬛ ⬛ ⬛ ⬛ ⬛ https://framed.wtf
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