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Just Cause 3 Mech Land Assault DLC releasing this week

Hot on the heels of his flight towards the Sky Fortress, Rico will soon be making his way to the island of Lacrima for Just Cause 3’s second content pack, Mech Land Assault on June 3. Just Cause 3: Mech Land Assault has Rico heading towards Lacrima, where an abandoned eDen research base and prison camp is located. Show More Summary

The Sky This Week - Thursday June 2 to Thursday June 9

The New Moon is Sunday June 5. Jupiter is visible all evening long. Mars is visible all night long. Saturn is at opposition. It is close to the red star Antares and forms a triangle with Mars. Mercury climbs higher the morning sky and is close to the crescent Moon on the 3rd. Show More Summary

Stray Showers Possible This Muggy Memorial Day

After a very rainy night, skies have somewhat cleared for Memorial Day as the bulk of the moisture streaming northward from tropical depression Bonnie stays just east of the city. It's still plenty humid out there so we can't rule out a stray shower or thunderstorm this afternoon. Show More Summary

20 of the best Android apps and games this month

Top new Android apps of May 2016 include Dark Sky, Spaces and Sleepcast, while games include Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons and Bushido Bear April was another strong month for new Android apps and games: from hyper-local weather forecasts and clever alarm-clock apps to fraternal adventures and ninja bears. Show More Summary

Fresh Sounds 29th May 2016

This week's selection of fresh tuneage comes to your ears straight from the Devil's fruitbowl... Prints Jackson - Open The Sky Wotjek The Bear - Dead From The Waist UpShe Makes War - Cold Shoulder Calling All Astronauts - Time To Fight BackThe Cradles - You Can't Stop Thinking About Me

No Man's Sky dev received 'loads of death threats' due to delay

This week there were rumblings that No Man's Sky would be delayed, and eventually a confirmation that the game is now being held back until August 9, 2016. A majority of the internet reacted in a calm manner, while others decided to accuse Kotaku of lying and apparently made death threats. Show More Summary

No Man's Sky Finally Has A New Delayed Release Date

The PlayStation 4 gaming world joins in mourning this weekend as it is officially confirmed that No Man's Sky has officially been delayed. Fear not, though, would be space travelers, as you won't be asked to wait too much longer before finally diving into the great unknown.Click To Continue Reading

Legend of the Sky: This is Russia's Most Reliable Fighter Jet

The third-generation Soviet supersonic tactical fighter MiG-21 is one of the world’s most reliable military aircraft ever produced, according to military analyst Robert Farley.

NOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooo Man’s Sky Delayed Again

If geek article titles got Pulitzer’s, you all know I would be in the running right now. But all pomposity aside, this is really bad news for all of us gamers who have been rabid for No Man’s Sky and the idea of exploring infinite space since it was first announced what feels like (geek […]

No Man's Sky moved to August 2016

Earlier this week, there were rumblings that No Man's Sky would miss its June 21, 2016 release date. Kotaku had it on good authority that the space exploration game might not make it out until August, much to the chagrin of eager fans. Show More Summary

BREAKING: No Man's Sky officially delayed to August 9

Hot on the heels of a report earlier this week that the procedurally generated sci-fi game from Hello Games might miss its projected June release date, official confirmation comes by way of Sony. No Man's Sky now lists August 9, 2016...Show More Summary

It's Official: No Man's Sky Delayed To August

Publisher Sony confirmed tonight that, as Kotaku reported earlier this week , No Man’s Sky is delayed out of June. The ambitious space game will now be out on August 9. Read more...

Thibaut Courtois puts an end to Real Madrid rumours, insists he’s staying at Chelsea (Video)

DK Thibaut Courtois puts an emphatic end to the transfer rumours surrounding him in this interview with Sky Sports. After a difficult second season at Stamford Bridge which saw him miss three months through injury, the Belgian has been linked with a move away, with Real Madrid reportedly interested in his signature. But Courtois insists it’s […]

Your most anticipated game got delayed? That might be great news!

One of this year's biggest games may have just been delayed.  Remember the gorgeous PlayStation 4 and PC game "No Man's Sky?" Maybe you saw it on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert?" It was supposed to come out really soon, on JuneShow More Summary

Country Rifle: Sweden by Rainier Arms (Bravo Company)

Let’s start with some Mythology: The 12th-century King Eric IX saw a golden cross in the blue sky as he landed in Finland during the First Swedish Crusade in 1157. Seeing this as a sign from God he adopted the golden cross against a blue background as his banner. Show More Summary

These Beaches Look Even More Beautiful From the Sky

Have you ever seen the world from a doorless helicopter? (We've tried it, and highly recommend it.) Photographer Gray Malin captures beaches around the world—and the essence of summer—from this precarious angle, showcased in his new book, Beaches. See some of his best aerial photography here, peering down on Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, Sydney, and more.

Discover The Mysterious Planet At The Edge Of Our Solar System At The Adler

As you'll learn at the planetarium's new sky show, debuting Friday, this not-yet-discovered planet is HUGE. [ more › ]

Here's why we're excited about 'No Man's Sky,' one of the most creative games ever made

Even the youngest among us won't casually explore space. Not like this, anyway. Humanity is still far from space travel, but one incredible-looking game is promising the endless exploration of space all from the comfort of your living room. Show More Summary

From drops on a computer screen, Valerie Green creates tiny kaleidoscopic worlds

5 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

Valerie Green's exhibition at Moskowitz Bayse is an evolution of her previous work, in which she photographed the sky as seen through a smartphone screen protector stuck to the moon roof of her car. This latest work is also a game of layers, consisting of photographs of drops of screen cleaner...

This summer promises to be a miserable one for business travellers

5 days agoLifestyle / Travel : Gulliver

THIS time last year, Gulliver made a joke that it must nearly be summer because the French air traffic controllers (ATCs) were on strike. Disruption over Gallic skies is as sure a sign of the changing seasons as a sight of the first returning swallows. Show More Summary

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