Posts Tagged ‘ghost’
Ghost, a metroidvania where two super hackers hire a mysterious agent in order to infiltrate the Nakamura Space Station and steal the greatest electronic secret ever, has launched on Steam. Of course, the space station will defend itself, which is where the fun begins: the station’s defences, with their never-ending arsenal of weapons and artifacts, […]
The Taken King is set to introduce a number of changes to Destiny, along with the large amount of new content the DLC expansion brings. One of these will see a change to the voice acting currently in the sci-fi shooter, with Nolan North replacing Peter Dinklage as the character of Ghost. Bungie has officially […]
Opened on March 17th, 1912, this children’s home would be housing roughly 2,500 male orphans over the course of 66 years. Despite being a children’s home most of the boy’s residing at St. Johns where not victim’s of deprived parental care; as about 5% belonged to very poor families who couldn’t watch over their children. […]
“I just try to ignore it, got tin foil on my windows now,” was the first thing Shanna said to me as I sat down to chat with her about her experiences. She took a crazy long drag on her cigarette and as the smoke seeped out of her nostrils she continued, “I mean, it’s […]
Frederique worked at the small elementary school most of his life. In fact, he has been the school’s custodian for 27 years, and thought he knew the building better than anybody – even better than the contractors that had built the place back in the 50’s or 60’s. The school still held secrets, which he […]
“I haven’t been there for probably thirty years,” Kenneth explained, “So I don’t know if it’s still there or not. Or if it’s still haunted or not. It was haunted when I lived out there, though. Lots of people probably knew about it; whether they believed what they saw and heard or not, who knows?” Kenneth was […]
“I used to live out in the sticks, you might say,” Jenny told me apologetically, “I mean, it was a small town. Still is. And with them small towns like that, they come chock full of stories, I’m sure you know.” Having grown up mostly in small towns myself, I did know. She was right, […]
“Oh yes, I’ve seen her many, many times,” Mrs. Carlsen tells me with pride, “I doubt anyone is counting – I know I’m not – but I’m sure I’ve seen her more than just about anyone alive today!” The girl that Mrs. Carlsen refers to having seen so many times is a long dead Native […]
This story is a recollection of something that happened when I was in high school… so yes, a long time ago, back in the 90’s. Though I’ve actually ventured to the location that this story centers on, I have not actually had any of the experiences that I am relating. Nor is this an interview, […]
The Davenport Poltergeist Just south of Salt Lake City and resting in the shadows of the Wasatch Mountains, Philip was preparing for his girlfriend (who wished not to be named) to move into his tiny apartment with him. It was a one bedroom, but for him and his girlfriend, it was big enough. His girlfriend […]
A huge sale on the Final Fantasy series highlights this week’s European PlayStation Store update!
The 3DS’s selling point is clearly the 3D effect, but no title to date has made fundamental use of this. Is this the machines first title to truly be 3D?