For the last few days, you may have noticed me missing from your newsfeed.
I’m currently in the process of moving everything over to a hosted website.
An editorial (/multimedia) calender is now set up a month in advanced, so you’ll never run out of material to read.
I will be posting the link once everything is finalized.
I hope you all continue to read and share your thoughts with me on the next blog.
Don’t kill me!
I can’t stop my thrifting addiction. On the bright side, I’m paying like 15% of the original costs, so it isn’t as bad.
I will be doing a giveaway in the near future, so if you aren’t already subscribed to me on YouTube, now is your chance.
Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky is the most recent RPG release in the extended Atelier series. It is a stand-alone game, so if you’ve never played any of the previous ones, you could definitely start here.
The main characters in the story are Escha Malier and Logix (Logy) Fiscario, government employees in the small town of Colseit. The game-play is based around the idea of governance of time: the year is split into quarters, and each “season” has its own story quest, and side tasks that help develop the story. The quests are your main priority, and after those are completed, the story furthers into more detail including exploring and adventure, crafting/upgrading items, battling monsters, and checking off side tasks.
The game offers different endings and slight variations throughout the game when you play as either Escha or Logy. According to Griffin Vacheron of We Got This Covered, the “combat falls a bit flat compared to crafting, and it’s not always clear exactly what to do next, but luckily, the enjoyable and rewarding nature of exploration largely offsets such complaints.”
Photos c/o theregion2show.com
Ontario has now made it clear that distracted driving is a serious issue and will be dealt with accordingly.
New fines have now been added to the proposed legislation. It is expected to pass this spring, and has support from all the parties. Here’s what you should know moving forward (no pun intended):
- · Distract driving fines increased to $280 from $155 (Tuesday – today) regardless of the legislation.
- · Fines for using cellphones while driving range from $300 to $1,000, plus three demerit points (according to the changes in the Highway Traffic Act)
- · Fines for opening a door in a cyclist’s path range from $300 to $1,000, plus three demerit points. Motorists have to stay one metre away from cyclists on the road.
- · Fines for cyclists not using required reflectors and lights range from $60 to $500.
For more information, visit: www.thestar.com
The word on the (stockmarket) street is that Wal-Mart is currently out to run GameStop out of business. The new trade-in program they are initiating will take a big bite out of GameStop’s major business play. Already, GameStop’s shares are approximately 6% down in trading.
Wal-Mart announced the official start of the program will be March 26, and every PlayStation, Xbox, or any other pre-owned video game trade-in will be exchanged for gift cards which can be used at any Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club purchase (online or in stores). It is currently only said to be participating in stores across the U.S., but will be become available to Canadians soon.
Wal-Mart just celebrated their 20 years in Canada. The first one opened March 17, 1994.
For more information, visit: www.forbes.com