The Banner Saga 2 is intense and unrelenting in its mission to make you feel like the worst leader alive.
The game opens amidst the aftermath of a massive battle from the first game — The Banner Saga 2 literally begins at Chapter 8 and goes from there. In this game filled with fantastical creatures, there’s an apocalypse coming. People are dead, lives are upended and you have to move forward into the story without any time to catch your breath.
Throughout the next 10 hours, as you lead...
On Monday the 9th of May, the planet Mercury will make a rare transit of our Sun. The event is a precious opportunity to observe firsthand the ordinarily hidden celestial mechanics that govern our solar system. A tortured ball of rock less than half the size of Earth, Mercury represents the innermost planet in our Solar System, orbiting a mere 36 million miles from our Sun... Continue Reading How to view the upcoming Mercury transit
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Fans of horror games have lately had an embarrassment of riches to choose from. Games like Until Dawn, SOMA and Dying Light have done nothing but spark a greater interest in survival horror titles.
Now two games are in the works that allow you take on the roll of a killer or one of several potential victims. Licensed title Friday the 13th: The Game is still in development, but seems to be shaping up nicely.
Last month, we had a chance to check out the other big one-versus-many survival horror game: Dead by Daylight. Where Friday the 13th will have you take on the roll of Jason or one of his trope victims, Dead by Daylight is taking a less focused approach, planning to roll out a number of killers, all set free in dynamically created...
For diabetics, keeping track of blood sugar can be a drag, with Type 1 sufferers having to monitor their levels as much as six times a day. A new device might make life significantly easier, providing a non-invasive solution for tracking glucose levels, without the need to extract blood... Continue Reading Non-invasive device monitors diabetes using microwaves
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