Agony Preview: Hell Awaits… With Bugs & Frame Rate Drops

Agony Preview: Hell Awaits... With Bugs & Frame Rate Drops

Easily among the most anticipated horror games of 2018, Agony is a game that subverts typical horror tropes with a radical change in setting. Rather than escaping painful death at the hands of zombies, serial killers, or wendigo, the Agony‘s main character is already dead and has suffered unimaginable torment …

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Family: Shot Indiana student in critical, stable condition

Family: Shot Indiana student in critical, stable condition

NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — An Indiana middle school student armed with two handguns opened fire inside his science classroom, authorities said, wounding a classmate and a teacher whose swift intervention was credited with saving lives. The shooter, who had asked to be dismissed from the class before returning with the guns, …

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MARIN: Wynne took herself and the Liberals down

MARIN: Wynne took herself and the Liberals down

You be forgiven for thinking that the latest Ontario Liberal ad was produced by The Beaverton or The Onion. The opening words are from Premier Kathleen Wynne: “I can do better.” It reminds me of a mediocre high school student who’s about to get a rejection letter from a university …

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Five DIY renovation tips

Five DIY renovation tips

With the May long weekend behind us, you are cleared to undertake that do-it-youself renovation project you’ve had planned since February. Make it easier and safe by following these five tips. 1: Let the clean, fresh air in: Make sure there is plenty of ventilation during painting or varnishing projects, …

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How Philip Roth wrote America

Intense, exuberant, profound, Philip Roth was a towering figure of 20th-century literature. Sarah Churchwell pays tribute to the writer who died this week Martin Amis on Philip Roth: ‘the kind of satirical genius that comes along once in a generation’ “Sheer playfulness and deadly seriousness are my closest friends,” Philip …

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