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Last year the charity marathonners of Games Done Quick launched a sub-marathon for female gamers exclusively. They call themselves the Frame Fatales, except in winter when they call themselves the Frost Fatales. The 2024 marathon just started and it runs all week. Proceeds benefit the National Women’s Law Center.
Seo Bok is the first and the only successfully cloned specimen created through stem cell cloning and genetic manipulation. He or rather “IT” is or is not human and who either can or can not die.
In “My Name is Loh Kiwan”, Loh Kiwan is a North Korean defector, trying to sneak into another country and start a new life. He hopes to obtain refugee status in Belgium. He crosses paths with Marie, a former female athlete, who was Korean but has changed her citizenship to Belgium. She is not trying to start a new life. On the contrary, she has given up on life.
Tomb Raider Remastered has been out now for a couple weeks, on multiple platforms. On PC, it’s available on both Steam and Epic Games Store, but when fans began comparing the two, they picked up on some unexpected differences. Namely, the EGS version seemed to be more polished than the Steam version. Textures were improved, effects were more convincing and environments had more detail. Why was the less popular client getting superior code?
Security has been pretty tight on WB’s Superman Legacy; no one really knows what the plot is or what the film’s about other than “Superman is in it.” It’s kind of important that they get it right: it’s supposed to launch the revamped DCU and a zillion films in its wake, and it has to do that WHILE fighting the well-documented “superhero fatigue” at the box office.
In “The Impossible Heir”, Han Tae-O just wants to be successful. He’s got the brains to succeed. He is a human with flesh and blood just like any other human. Why should he be discounted or disregarded because of his father?
Toys For Bob, the video game development studio praised for their work on Crash Bandicoot 4 and the remastered Spyro trilogy, announced today they’re departing the company that owns those characters and becoming independent. “We believe that now is the time to take the studio and our future games to the next level,” say studio heads Paul Yan and Avery Lodato. “This opportunity allows us to return to our roots of being a small and nimble studio.”
After the previous Tron sequel, Tron Legacy, failed to generate the profits Disney desired, we feared we’d never return to the stylistic, neon-glowing computer world ever again. There was talk of a Tron 3 on occasion, but nothing seemed to really come of it. But now? Now we have photographic evidence.
My introduction to this actor was in the historical period drama, Sungkyunkwan Scandal (2010). This series is on my list of historical K-dramas that slipped under the radar. He had the lead role and his female lead was Park Min Young. He started his career in entertainment as a singer and was a member of 2 K-Pop groups.
Ever since the new owners took over, The CW has mostly ceased to be relevant to the average Popgeeks reader, focusing on Canadian imports and golf instead of the weird fantastical programs we used to get. However, they’re not ENTIRELY done with weird. There was a surprise order last year of a new series in Dean Devlin’s long-running Librarians thingamajig.
“Connect” is an urban legend. People say it’s a legend because they have never met anybody who was a real Connect. But what is it? A Connect is a person who does not die. That must be a legend. That can’t be real. Right?
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