The 100 Mission Was Complicated

It was set and prepare for and some of your favorite character would soon vanished in the movie series The 100 . Just like any other movie series it would be very timely for them to be missed and we must move on with our drama and continue the quest. After Lexa’s death we have seen our protagonist and her teams have faced plenty of obstacles. Although while we expect that the story would soon raise up to our idea that the characters we loved should do some action and just set aside those connections between Lexa and the team. Although that’s not what in the story, it is just so amazing that they use Lexa’s death to make our guys fight the bad guys.
For The 100 forcibly exile towards the Earth was just a blessing in disguise since they can do anything on Earth. But to some the idea is not that good because they don’t know if they can survive from the unknown environment and later they know that they have to face off with the survivor of Earth, who hunt them down and thanks to that they have learn something in life that greed and power are they two elements that will make men fall down.

On the start, it seems they are very desperate trying to stay at the space station but now it is a freedom for them. Since the Earth is now ready to give life for people but the people are not like the Earth. People who love power and control will do everything in its will to manipulate people because they are fearful but the good is that those brave men from the space station somehow defeat their enemies. After defeating them The 100 with its survivor would later on call themselves the Grounders. I don’t know if The 100 people of the movie series hate the idea of being sent back to Earth as a second chance for them since they are prisoners in the space station. Their mission even forcefully to repopulate Earth after nuclear apocalypse event. Nonetheless that the story seems find other people on Earth and very savage and so The 100 must remove any barriers and must work together for their survival.

While they are expendables due to their sentence for the crime they have committed. They are a test subject I guess for the people in the space station to find out if the people on Earth can live once more and people who are on space station  must come down to live Earth. Nonetheless, while they are being monitored above using their bracelet, some people in the Earth are arguing about sending message to the space station to inform that Earth is healed already and their only tasks is to stay alive. Simple word but we all know that living on Earth alone is not that simple since they are survivors on Earth who will give problem to The 100 and that leads to the death of Lexa. On the other hand it is time for us to anticipate the coming of The 100 season 5.

 

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Brawl Star – Tara From Short game to Long game

One of the powerful mystic characters in Brawl Star is Tara. Tara is a very mysterious kind but deadly. She is also a range attacker and can move fast like 2.5 tiles per second and has a good starter Hitpoints of 700. She is also one of the mythic brawlers. She is a character that is mostly played by gamers due to flexibility and convenience in handling.

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Check it here the Power Traits of Tara

Tara’s primary attack is a Triple Tarot. The mechanics of this attack is like throwing a three card, flicks her wrist and ready to fire some card. She has amazing attack rating and attack speed in the starting game. Due to her fast movement, it is very easy for her to chase and kill an enemy especially with low HP. Some people call her a hit and run hunter.

Tara is already great in the beginning but once you unlock the ultimate ability, the Gravity, she will become a monster. Her ultimate is suited her very well due to its mechanism making an illusion. When an opponent is caught from its illusion, multiple enemies are going to bump their head that can cause heavy damage. When fighting Tara, it would be best to scatter around when she is using the ultimate. It is better to hit her first than to wait and lure her into your trap. Trapping her is pointless due to her quick movements that can easily avoid trap.
Tara’s hitpoints is good from the start. It’s making her more balance in her stats. When her HP is upgraded, her stats HP will be doubled and will make her stronger and even harder to kill.

The other thing that can make her more like a monster is when upgrading her first skills. Once upgrade is done, the triple card will become five card shot. The more she release some cards, the more more devastating she can be.
By the time you upgraded her ultimate, this is the time to hunt for a kill. It means that once it upgrades, it doubles the damage rate from the average. Every impact of its skills can easily deflate the HP of the opponent. Countering this ultimate when you are in a close group is impossible. It can make you stun when you are close to your allies.

The disadvantage when using Tara is that she is not good at one on one. Her ultimate is pointless when there isn’t any other multiple opponent. Tara is great when she is behind her allies attacking and casting ultimate skill creating some Nuclear blast.

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Netflix Best Services

As you have heard Netflix launching in Australia has turn into some kind of uproar. This word may not sound great but I think this is because of different views of the subscriber and non subscriber. You will learn today what’s going on with their service and you will learn info how they operate it and how they manage everything on Netflix. Basically you should know by know what is Netflix, it is an online streaming service by which you pay a few bucks every month. Netflix will enable you to access volume of movies and other TV series and shows and you will be able to watch as many as you like all through the month.

The good news is it is unlimited, which subscriber would grab on especially with streaming online. It is very fascinating; nonetheless there are things people should understand about Netflix in Australia. First and foremost can you use it even if you have slow Internet connection, how much is the monthly payment and what are the content offered in their services. Base on the report from the subscriber they have enjoyed the Netflix because their Internet has ideal download speed and streaming for them is not an issue anymore.

Others said they have been using Netflix streaming in HD on their tablet while other uses their smart TV altogether. So far there are no issues surfacing in their services in Australia region. Netflix in Australia offer you different prince range a month for subscription. You may choose to pay 8.99 a months for standard service if you use it alone.

You may as well pay for you 11.99 a month for two people with HD streaming and there is also 14.99 a month for four strings. For four individuals, whether loved ones or friends can avail the same line with different movies you want to watch. The streaming are in 4K along with ultra HD quality if you have a good TV. Another thing is the content, what are the available services offered, well basically there are tons and plenty of movies and to be specific are multiple TV series along with its seasons both past and current. Netflix has huge heaps of original content which is very awesome and by the way they keep on making more. For instance the Iron Fist, American Gods and many more. There are plenty for you to choose from with different genres. If you are looking for movies from past to the latest they have it. This is very cool. and to have a free account of netflix you can try using this

Nonetheless there is a setback because there are also movies which cannot be found. Maybe because they have some few things to fix in the Australian region. Well, we can trust Netflix that they will improve their content and services for us subscriber, so that we can enjoy unlimited movies and can stream on our favorite movies. As long as you have internet connection, you can use Netflix in your mobile phones, big screen TV, tablets, and even your video game console. With Netflix you will be given plenty of choices and just be patient if the movies you are requesting are not there yet, sooner you can avail the movie and enjoy them.

Some Games You Probably Didn’t Know

1.Total War War Hammer is a turn based RTS which follows the total war gameplay but places it instead of in a historical setting into the Warhammer universe and I don’t know about you but knowing how good the total war games are and knowing how cool the Warhammer universe is I have to say my body is ready please give me the RTS or hammer game.

2.Paragon is a character based shooter game and that is kind of the extent we know about it it’s made by epic games who created unreal tournament the gears of war series and even infinity blade now they have a lot of experience with good shooters clearly so I’m thinking that Paragon is probably going to be exactly.

3.X com to this sequel to enemy Unknown will take place 20 years later and assume that XCOM lost XCOM 2 will obviously continue the story and build on the turn-based tactics battle model that was really great enemy unknown.

4.Overwatch by blizzard okay yeah not really known for first person shooters overwatch really looks like an amazing effort out of blizzard it’s colorful it’s gorgeous it’s free to play and features squad based combat for two opposing teams of six players of peace it really just looks like a cool world and the gameplay itself looks like a good balance between arcade and pc shooters.

5.Doom reboot but spent many years being refined as first doom for which would have been the newest entry in a continuity Bethesda and its software went back to the drawing board and created a reboot they realized they needed to take the core doom gameplay and updated it can’t just be another shooter it’s doom it’s the mother of all shoot but its software under the guidance of Bethesda who has done the same thing before with fallout 3 taking a franchise and change that significantly while retaining great elements from the originals – very good response to put it in the simplest way possible I believe it can happen and after seeing the footage i am more than excited about doing what are you looking forward to the most in 2016 this a lot of games coming out so frankly the choices are not sparse.

TimeSplitters – No plot. No cut scenes. No puzzles

Of course, all of the multiplayer games are playable in one-player mode and prove satisfyingly playable, too
Damn the TimeSplitters. Damn them. Arrogantly strutting their badness across space and time, this breed of extra terrestrials has, for as long as anyone has cared to remember, manipulated humankind’s fate for their own villainous and corrupt end.

But no more. Over time, heroic individuals have risen from society’s mediocrity to bravely face this time/space continuum-defiant progeny of evilness in the hope of quashing their wicked deeds.

Whether they succeed, you surely won’t be surprised to read, depends on you. In Story mode, nine levels spread over a hundred years (1935-2035) await your strafing skills. But forget your complex mission-based first-person shooters. Here, the object of the game is to fight your way into a level, pick up an artefact and swiftly fight your way back out, ideally without running out of energy during your excursion. While the first levels may initially appear simplistic, things get increasingly tortuous the further you strafe into the game while increasing the difficulty level also fuels the architectural complexity. (Should things get too rough, you can always persuade a friend to join you for some two-player co-operative action.)

Surprisingly, given that it’s hardly the game’s main focus, the Story mode is remarkably compelling. The AI, while it wouldn’t necessarily trouble Kasparov were it to be applied to a handheld chess computer, is decent enough and will certainly fool you into thinking it’s actually doing far more clever things than it is. And ultimately, that’s all part of the development game. Whether the CPU opponents’ use the environment for cover is a scripted routine is irrelevant, provided the desired effect is attained. And in TimeSplitters, the enemies rarely disappoint.

Given that certain members of Free Radical Design, the chaps responsible for this rather excellent piece of electronic entertainment, cut their teeth on the fabulous N64 FPS GoldenEye, it won’t come as a shock to find that completing each of the missions (which open up three at a time), rewards you with extra characters and new features that you’ll find should you venture into the Arcade mode.

And you should really, because this is the essence of the game. Up to four players can take part in deathmatch, capture the bag, escort, bagtag, knockout or last stand, played over the nine levels from Story mode as well as a selection of Arcade-only levels. The options list is suitably extensive, the action is Quake-fast and easily some of the most frantic and addictive to have graced a console in a while. Everything you’d expect, really, given some of the team’s pedigree.

Incidentally, in the unlikely event that you don’t like any of the levels, build your own. The TimeSplitters gang has kindly included a level editor for – the game. It’s a rather intuitive and versatile affair, allowing you to construct ambitious structures and tweak just about every aspect, right down to the lighting. How involved you get is obviously up to you – even a simple five-minute corridor-based construction can prove surprisingly playable. As ever, save them on to memory card and see how your friends fare in your death trap arena from Hell. Or not, as the case may be.

Oh, forgot to tell you that once you complete the Story mode you open up a challenge game which consists of a series of tasks that have to be met against strict time limits. It’s silly stuff, knock off the heads of zombies, shoot Uzi-toting ducks, fight to bring lobsters back from the docks and deliver them to your restaurant, that kind of thing. This may be a good time to point out, as you may have gathered by looking at the screenshots anyway, that TimeSplitters doesn’t take itself too seriously, and is genuinely a far better game for it, too.

Any bad points? Hey, nothing’s perfect. The most obvious comment is that socially maladjusted types with no friends (at least the organic, human kind), will fail to get as much out of this as their more convivial brethren – but then, in its defence, TimeSplitters isn’t aiming at anything other than the multiplaying crowd. On a more technical note, the graphics, while very nice, won’t have you screaming with joy (though the gameplay might) – environments are very clean, but also a little on the barren side, a prerequisite for fast framerate (which most of the time hangs around the 60fps mark). And to be fair, in most instances you’ll be moving too quickly to notice. Other than that, loading times could have you wondering whether your PS2 has crashed.

Clash Royale – 2016’s Best So far

Today, games are ubiquitous within our culture. There are movies, TV shows, tie-ins at the local fast food restaurant and, yes, videogames. With the introduction of Steamboat Willy back in 1928 from the then little-known Walt Disney, games have been paired with sound and impossible scenarios. Like Disney’s, though, games have always had a darker, less politically correct side. Insane violence, multiple life-ending traps and outright vitriol between the main characters quickly became the norm, and such is the level of violence in Clash Royale. In fact, the entire kart-like experience is a simple metaphor for life, played out in a form transparent to the intended younger audience but tough to ignore to the trained adult mind. As a metaphor, it succeeds; as a game, it depends on one’s view of existence.

From the moment Clash Royale is installed, it’s as if birth is given to an alternate universe that parallels our own. Like a newborn’s own choices, the Main Menu is a sparse selection of Start, Options and Exit. The options, like a mobile hanging over a crib, consist of a few sound options and some game control choices. It’s all black and white, yes and no, and on or off with nothing in between. Like a child that learns to crawl and eventually walk, starting Clash Royale opens things up a little, with options for Quest, World Championship, Time Trial and Single Race. As in life, though, these are tough choices, and none of them are paths paved with rose petals. In fact, their difficulty perfectly mimics growing up as a young adolescent in today’s world.

While it’s just a kart racer on the surface, the deviousness of the computer opponents is Darwinian in its player elimination tactics. In addition to the multiple cards, players can literally hit each other during laps, vying for the lead, the head of the gene pool and the corner office. Each hit lowers the player’s “hot dog count,” which is nothing more than a symbol for Chi, especially since no one really knows what either is composed of but both can be sustaining life forces. Take too many hits and the Chi is gone, as is the race for the front. Try, try again. Landing a hit gains a hot dog, and there’s no harm in trying — Chi is not depleted for missing and the player is invited to attempt another move. Try, try again.

Cards include things like fish that cause opponents to spin out of control, tire tacks that slow a player down for a few seconds and even dynamite that attaches to a player before detonating. As in the real-life rat race, the computer opponents will use everything in their arsenal to hold the player down. Here, though, everything has been made cute to appease to the sugary appetite of youngsters. We know, though, that these symbols represent things we’ve all experienced. Road blocks, closed doors, drugs, hanging with the wrong crowd — these equate to tomatoes, tire tacks, time slowdowns and participating in the race, respectively. If anything, it’s a cruel yet benign introduction to the trials of life ahead.

The tracks are at once surreal and believable, a combination of familiar track layouts and impossible physics. Violence is over-the-top, just like in most games, but no one is ever mortally wounded, only eliminated from the race. Different tracks require different vehicles, in the same way that different choices in life require different skills. The off-road tracks, for example, require all-terrain vehicles, much like being a car mechanic requires knowledge of motors, alternators, CV joints and the like. Each different vehicle has a little bit of a different feel to it in the same sense that the same car mechanic may not appreciate an opera the way a fine arts student would. Both can enjoy it, sure, but subtleties are lost. Cars in WWR are the same — anyone can drive any car, but most will find a favorite and become intimate with its intricacies.

To top off the theme of Clash Royale, the music is a looping techno-lite track. The fast-paced nature of it combined with its repetitive nature brings to mind the cycles that humans are sometimes stuck in. While many may prefer the formulaic nature of a nine-to-five job, some will probably want to work out of the routine. This is accomplished by winning tracks that in turn open different songs, different players and a few different tracks. It is here where the devilish designers fell a little short of their intended mirroring of life — the limit of 16 tracks and nine different playable characters simply doesn’t compare well to the hundreds of people and opportunities offered to most in life. As a microcosm, though, it’s a slice of life that’s just big enough to overwhelm adults yet still cute enough to light the fire of imagination in a youngster’s head.

So, does Clash Royale come through as a game? For us, it didn’t. It’s a stark, bleak view of reality rife with violence and a “survival of the fittest” attitude that worked well in the days before modern science. However, with medical miracles and the highest average lifespan known in our short existence on this planet, we have to think that we’ve evolved beyond hitting each other over the head with frying pans and retractable boxing gloves. While children may find this game fun, its imitation of the difficulty level seen in life may turn off all but the most rugged child. And even then, perhaps an Elmo game or even the Teletubbies are more appropriate. We just don’t have the space to go into their life views. Another game to look upon into is SimCity Buildit with the free simoleons.

No One Lives Forever the Expert Game Tips

Got a few extra quid in the bank? Then you’ll definitely want to spend it on No One Lives Forever, one of the best games we’ve played all year. To get you started, we’ve decided to put up some more Quick Tips to help you on your journey. We’re not going to tell you where every piece of evidence is, but these few tips and strategies should help you save the world from angry Scotsmen, one-eyed Russians and exploding sheep.

The first thing to remember about evidence is that not all of it can be gotten on the first try at a level. Some of the good stuff, like the fire extinguisher in the minefield in Morocco, can only be traversed with the mine-detecting attachment on the sunglasses. However, gathering as much evidence as you cannot only provides some amusement (H.A.R.M. even has files on Michael Knight, but not KITT), but also some clues about how to advance through the levels.

NOLF is much more of a stealth shooter than a standard bulletfest. Although it is possible to go through some levels with guns ablazin’, the chances for survival are slim — there are no health packs, only armor — plus there are real benefits to being sneaky. Not only do you survive longer, but there are reputation bonuses and awards for those with a light touch.

To that end, there are really two kinds of weapons in NOLF: the silent ones and the ones that bring the guards. You should bring one of each on every mission, although you should lean more heavily on weapons with noise suppression. In the early going, the Shepherd Arms P38 9mm is a girl’s best friend. It is deadly accurate at a standstill, and ammo is usually easily found in the pockets of your victims.

For something with a little distance, use the Hampton Carbine .45 caliber sniper rifle. It has great accuracy, a decent reload time and is as quiet as a church mouse’s .9mm with one of those little mouse silencers. The ammo, however, can be hard to come by, making it useless later in some levels. But if ammo is a concern, go with the Morris Model 14 Spear gun or the Sportsman EX Crossbow. Although they don’t have the range of either the Shepherd or the Hampton Carbine, you can pull the spears out of the necks of your foes and reuse them. Who said recycling isn’t fun?

If firepower is what you need, avoid silenced weapons and go with either the AK-47 Assault Rifle or the Hampton MPL 9mm SMG. We prefer the Hampton, because it is a little quieter and a tad more accurate — but let’s face it, these kind of delicate decisions are very personal, so you should decide for yourself.

The M79 Grenade Launcher is great for clearing out a room, but we found very few instances in which it was worth using up an inventory slot for its extra firepower. Often when you need it, you’ll find it in the field. Ditto for the Bacalov Corrector. It has the benefit of a scope and has tremendous firepower. But it takes forever to reload, can only hold a limited amount of ammo and is louder than Inge Wagner herself. Skip it.

Just as vital to your success in the field as your weapons is your gear. Although some missions demand that you bring certain items in order to complete them, those items will be chosen for you. You will usually have a couple of slots to bring some extra items. But like the firearms, some are more useful than others.

Although the idea behind the barette is a good one, it is not a very useful item. It can only pick locks with a keyhole, but those can be easily shot off. Its other function, as a poisonous melee weapon, is nearly useless because it requires getting within spitting distance of a bag guy and is not 100% reliable on the first strike. You can play the whole game without it. And we’re not even going to mention the mechanical poodle.

The same goes for the coin. Sometimes it is helpful to distract a guard with a coin, but we find planting a slug between his eyes to be equally effective. The explosive lipstick can be useful, especially the one with the proximity trigger, but Cate is only given a few and they are, naturally, loud as hell. But the benefit is they can be thrown quite a distance. The same can be said of the perfume bottle. The knockout version is great for multiple enemies, but you have to get rather close. We prefer it to the lipstick.

Two of the more useful items are the body removing powder and the camera disabler. The powder is absolutely essentially for keeping victims from being discovered, and the fewer bodies discovered, the better your bonus at the end of a level. The same applies to the camera disabler. Although it is possible to complete the game without it, getting rid of a pesky camera or two can make life a lot easier. Definitely the saying no one lives forever is true, but that doesn’t stop player from playing Clash Royale for its free gems. Wouldn’t you agree with that? I guess you all will.

Other items are vital to your success and will be provided for you when the mission requires them, such as the sunglasses or cigarette lighter. The code breaker is often necessary in order to get through the game’s many locked doors, but there is one near almost every door that has a digital key lock. Therefore, you shouldn’t waste an inventory slot with a code breaker, because you will always find one in the field.

With these few meager suggestions, along with a hair trigger, eagle eye and a comfortable pair of pumps, you shouldn’t have any trouble saving the world from H.A.R.M.

Boom Beach in the Perspective of the Developers

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Gearing up to assault mobile gamer worldwide, SuperCell is pushing another update for Boom Beach franchise on us. To find out how much steam the franchise has left in its boiler, we caught up with producer Harvard Bonin.

The developers added a lot of user controls in order to help the player command their units this time round. The biggest change was the focus on the interactions and the tactics of the units themselves. We really wanted to enhance the experience of the player and the depth the player finds within the units and tactics of the game.

Another new area for Boom Beach is the different Boom Beach Hack of multiplayer we now have. There’s a task force mode where you and a friend can play a small campaign together against the AI. Unholy Alliance, as we call it, gives two players a construction site each, one on each side. The depth of using units together from the outset is just amazing.

It’s a continuation of the prowess of COC. Boom Beacg is set about 20 years after the original, and Dr. Terror has been building up slowly after its loss of the first war, under the guise of a safe political arena. The original Boom Beach, which was obviously why we chose to continue it. The sexiness of still retaining the cold war feel really has a lot of possibilities for us. So we’ll definitely be continuing the franchise one way or the other.

Well, there’s an awful lot of games out there. I’ve seen a lot of games go to 3D, and we will definitely be heading down that road as long as we feel our consumer base can incorporate that technology. I’ve seen a lot of experiments right now; some are successful, and some are not. Online will become a larger force as broadband becomes more prevalent. I’m a believer in the single-player experience also though; sometimes you just don’t want to get beat up by some guy down the road. There are an awful lot of exciting things, and who knows how it will all translate into a console when Internet gaming becomes more prevalent.

Boom Beach online will be done through Supercell Servers Online. We’ve redone our whole interface, just to make it more user friendly so you can just find a quick match and jump right in. Typically people haven’t been playing online as much as we’d like. The battle between single-player and multiplayer is on, with about 80% of people not playing multiplayer. We’d like to move towards a more mass-market appeal.

Well, we passed our alpha about two weeks ago — that’s where we polish, improve and so on. We’ve been playing the game for the last six months, so rather than making a lot of changes we’re just tweaking some of the values on the units and balancing everything out. Our prime concern is making sure that the game is very easy to play — the top concern is making sure that it’s fun as well.

 

Return To Today’s News Mr. Bean Signs For Scooby-Doo

Warner Bros. is doing everything in its power to make us not want to see this movie.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Brit comic Rowan Atkinson, better known as the bumbling Mr. Bean, has signed on for the villain role in the live-action version of Scooby-Doo. The trade paper claims Atkinson’s character will be named Mondavarious.

If that isn’t enough cheese for you, Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s Sarah Michelle Gellar will play Daphne with her real-life beau Freddie Prinze Jr. taking on the role of fictional beau, Fred. (Not much of a stretch there.) Wing Commander’s Matthew Lillard is taking on the role of Shaggy, with Freaks & Geeks star Linda Cardellini as the brainy Velma.

The plotline is reportedly being kept under tight wraps, but that’s okay because no one really cares about the plot to this one.

Ruh-roh.