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anonymous asked:

What is your favourite game?

Oh that’s a tough question, Anon! I can’t definitively pick a favorite game because I just have so many games that I adore or that have really impacted me. I got into gaming when I was very young… my parents bought a Nintendo 64 for my older brother and I… and well the rest is history. :)

The Legend of Zelda: Orcarina of Time was one of the first games that I clearly remember playing and beating. So that will always hold a very special place in my heart.

However, I find something to love in a lot of games that I’ve played like: the Dragon Age Series, the Uncharted Series, Mass Effect, The Last of Us, Borderlands, The Witcher, Tomb Raider, Crash Bandicoot, Banjo and Kazooie, the Bioshock series, the inFamous series, Farcry, Assassin’s Creed, Dishonored, Fire Emblem, Kingdom Hearts, Final Fantasy, Persona, The Elder Scrolls, and so many more! 

There are games that I love for different reasons but I find something to love in each game I’ve played. Sometimes I love games for the nostalgia, compelling stories, relatable characters, fun gameplay, and sometimes it’s unexplainable. Sometimes a game will strike a chord with me emotionally and I’ll carry that story with me forever. That’s why I have so many favorites ;) 

So yeah… there’s a roundabout answer that got away from me real quick :) 

Style Notes: Allure's Diversity Issue; Selena Gomez Answers 73 Questions

Allure Releases “Beauty of Diversity Issue” for April [Allure]

For its “Beauty of Diversity” April issue, Allure cast the latest It-girl models: Dilone, Imaan Hammam (who also nabbed a spot on Vogue’s model-filled March cover) and Aamito Lagum. Like the March issue of fellow Conde Nast publication Vogue, the ladies embraced beachside for the shoot, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. In the accompanying cover story, Allure spoke with 41 women of color (including Meaghan Markle, Padma Lakshmi and Zazie Beetz) about their relationship with their skin. 

Selena Gomez Answers 73 Questions for Vogue [Vogue]

Vogue’s April cover girl Selena Gomez is the latest participant in the glossy’s infamous 73 Questions video series. The singer/actress, who opened up about her mental health issues in her cover story, dished on the mundane (her favorite dessert is chocolate cake) to the more cryptic - when asked what advice she’d give to her 15-year-old self, Gomez responded, “Go ahead and do it because you’re going to do it anyway." 

J. Crew Sales Rise Slightly, But Not Enough [WWD]

J. Crew’s sales continued their downward trajectory in the last quarter; their losses, however, narrowed slightly, thanks to help from sister company Madewell, which has continuously reported increases in revenue. The company is seeking court approval of a restructuring plan put forth last year that would allow them more freedom in light of pressure from lenders.

Alec Baldwin Interviewed Grace Coddington for Here’s the Thing Podcast [WNYC]

In the latest episode of Alec Baldwin’s podcast Here’s the Thing, the dynamite Donald Trump impersonator talks fashion with the one and only Grace Coddington. The former Vogue creative director espoused on her uniform of all black ("I’m a little older, I’m a little bit fatter, and black looks better on fatter, older people because it makes them look slim and young”) as well as “the real” Anna Wintour: “She’s incredibly warm and she’s a fantastic host. And she makes everybody - down to the smallest person - feel important and at home and things like that. So this other persona that other people seem to have about her is … it’s wrong." 
Ashley Judd Joins 'Berlin Station' Season 2 as Series Regular

Ashley Judd is packing her bags.

The actress has joined Epix’s spy drama Berlin Station as a series regular for season two, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Berlin Station centers on a CIA office in the midst of an investigation into a now-infamous whistleblower. The series follows Daniel Miller (Richard Armitage), a new arrival to Berlin’s CIA station, who is on a clandestine mission to uncover the source of the leaks.

Judd will play BB Yates, Berlin’s disarming new Chief of Station, nicknamed “The Station Whisperer” for her itinerant work in the field shoring up CIA stations in moral or corporate disrepair. Part company loyalist and part maverick, BB toes a dangerous line between serving those above her and empowering those below her. Always a contradiction, she arrives in Berlin to defy expectations and breathe new life into the troubled CIA station.

Judd is one of two new series regulars coming onboard for season two. KeKe Palmer also recently signed on for the Epix drama, which hails from Paramount Television and Anonymous Content.

Read more: Keke Palmer Joins ‘Berlin Station’ Season 2 as Series Regular

Production on the second season begins later this month for a potential late 2017 debut. 

“We are thrilled to welcome the incredibly talented Ashley Judd to the cast of Berlin Station,” said Epix President and CEO Mark Greenberg. “With its illustrious auspices among both cast and producers - and subject matter that is more timely than ever -  Berlin Station brings the kind of high-quality, compelling storytelling for which Epix is known. We couldn’t be more excited to embark on a new season.”

Added Paramount TV president Amy Powell: “We are excited to have Ashley and Keke on board and are eager to begin the second season of this critically acclaimed show in the intriguing city of Berlin with our outstanding partners at Epix.”

Berlin Station marks Judd’s latest foray into television after headlining the ABC summer mini Missing. Best known for her roles in Double Jeopardy, Kiss the Girls and Heat, she next appears in Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival. Judd is repped by WME, Anonymous Content and Gang Tyre.

Ashley Judd Joins 'Berlin Station' Season 2 as Series Regular

Ashley Judd is packing her bags.

The actress has joined spy drama Berlin Station as a series regular for season two, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Berlin Station centers on a CIA office in the midst of an investigation into a now-infamous whistleblower. The series follows Daniel Miller (Richard Armitage), a new arrival to Berlin’s CIA station, who is on a clandestine mission to uncover the source of the Thomas Shaw leaks.

Judd will play BB Yates, Berlin’s disarming new Chief of Station, nicknamed “The Station Whisperer” for her itinerant work in the field shoring up CIA stations in moral or corporate disrepair. Part company loyalist and part maverick, BB toes a dangerous line between serving those above her and empowering those below her. Always a contradiction, she arrives in Berlin to defy expectations and breathe new life into the troubled CIA station.

Judd is one of two new series regulars coming onboard for season two. KeKe Palmer also recently signed on for the EPIX drama, which hails from Paramount Television and Anonymous Content.

Read more: Keke Palmer Joins ‘Berlin Station’ Season 2 as Series Regular

Production on the second season begins later this month for a potential late 2017 debut. 

“We are thrilled to welcome the incredibly talented Ashley Judd to the cast of Berlin Station,” said EPIX President and CEO Mark Greenberg said. “With its illustrious auspices among both cast and producers - and subject matter that is more timely than ever - Berlin Station brings the kind of high-quality, compelling storytelling for which EPIX is known.  We couldn’t be more excited to embark on a new season.”

Added Paramount president Amy Powell: “We are excited to have Ashley and Keke on board and are eager to begin the second season of this critically acclaimed show in the intriguing city of Berlin with our outstanding partners at EPIX.”

Berlin Station marks Judd’s latest foray into television after headlining the ABC summer mini Missing. Best known for her roles in Double Jeopardy, Kiss the Girls and Heat, she next appears in Showtime’s Twin Peaks revival. Judd is repped by WME, Anonymous Content and Gang Tyre.

anonymous asked:

Favorite DLC in the Infamous series?

It would probably be First Light. I just thought it was well done and experiencing Fetch’s origins story was just… umm… Holy Sh**! However, Festival of Blood was good, as well! 🤘🏻

What I want to do as a career...

As high school graduation grows near, I feel the need to share to people what I want to do with my life career-wise. I want to create the storylines for video games. For many people that might seem strange, but I love narratives. In my opinion, video games are one of the strongest ways to get a narrative across, other than a book. Many great stories have been told through video game media. My favorite type of video game stories are those that incorporate choices into their story. It is a brilliant way to make a player more involved and interested in the story if done correctly. Companies that do this extremely well are Bioware (creators of the Mass Effect series, Dragon Age series, Knights of The Old Republic, ect) and Sucker Punch Entertainment (creators of the Infamous series and Sly Cooper series). I wish I could work for one of them one day as I love their games and the worlds they have created for people to enjoy. I plan on going to the Art Institute of Atlanta since they do offer a degree that has what I’m looking for. I’ve looked at other colleges, but since creating video game storylines isn’t a very sought after job many colleges do not offer the types of classes I need. I would like to hear what people say,and if anyone has any advice feel free to message me or reply to this post.

Headcanon to Consider:

Grizz would totally be into drama and theater as an actor

The upcoming ep “Grizz the Movie” (which i am excited for) sort of nails it in for me, he’s always loved getting his spotlight right he’s made his own movies that he stars in himself (the infamous Crowbar Jones series), does voice impressions, views celebrities on a pedestal, thinks he can gain friendship through being famous/well known and he can be very expressive overall

The super over-acting he did in the pet shop commercial when they were kids,, imagine little Grizz recalling the lines of his favorite scenes from his favorite  movies coming out of his favorite actors like he did on “Baby Bears on a Plane” I could see him pursuing acting as a hobby at least, but imagine if he did small acting gigs before (that don’t pay well bc people take advantage of young starry eyed desperate agentless actors..) to get extra cash for him and his bros

like I’m talking primetime infomercials for Gyro Bowl and ridiculous stockphotos

Maybe even a side role in a B-list movie or two 

Game ideas

There needs to be more super power games. Like spider-man (i know were getting a spider-man game) but also like the infamous series, something original.  Or magic, magic is basically the same as super powers but we never see enough of those types of games. Things like magic are usually just either second to something or one of many types of play, usually in medieval games like Skyrim. I’m talking about a fully magic and/or super power centered game that could be in fantasy medieval times or present day. That would be cool. 

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@nightshadeis me deu tag so…

☆Name | Swan (yup.)
☆Nicknames | Suu, Gooso man
☆Zodiac Sign | Pisces
☆Height | 1,76 (Metric system. Sorry Imperials)
☆Orientation | Straight
☆Nationality | Brazilian, woo
☆Favorite Fruit | “Pitaia” (Hylocereus undatus)
☆Favorite Season | Autumn
☆Favorite Book | “Leviatã”
☆Favorite Flower | Rafflesia
☆Favorite Scent | The scent of a person you enjoy being close to
☆Favorite Color | Pink (just look at my tumblr)
☆Favorite Animal | Axolotls yes pls
☆Coffee, Tea or Hot Cocoa | Hot cocoa all the way
☆Average Sleep Hours | 6 ~ 7 ish
☆Cat or Dog Person | BIAU PORRA (cats)
☆Favorite Ficional Character | Hm… tough one. There is Sombra (from Overwatch), Cole (from the InFamous series), Maka, Marina, Zini and Sato (All from @the-multiverse ) and Josuke (from JoJo)
☆Number of Blankets You Sleep With | One unless I want to become a pile of coal by the morning
☆Dream Trip | I dunno. Almost anywhere that is not this country
Fance looks nice though.
☆Blog Created | Darn. 2015 I believe?
☆Number of Followers | 17

Tags vão para: @mais-um-no-universo @gatoaladof @indigokitty

Infamous Iron Man: Mommy Issues

Infamous Iron Man: Mommy Issues

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By Josh Weiss

It can be hard to go from a life of super villainy to one of super heroism, especially if you had a rocky childhood. But Victor Von Doom seems to manage it ok after taking up the mantle of Iron Man in the INFAMOUS IRON MAN series. However, things just got a little more complicated for the now good doctor with the surprise appearance of his mother in issue #5.

We spoke with the man…

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Protagonist/Hero Fashion?

I want fashion that makes me look like the protagonist of an Action-Adventure video game(book/show/movie but mostly video game) but isn’t actually from a video game? Generic with solid colors, bold lines, simple patterns, trendy shape but also comfortable and/or athletic, and easy to layer for different weather. It’s awesome! Just imagine.

Think the inFAMOUS series, Sunset Overdrive, Mirror’s Edge. Makes you feel powerful and trendy but also not too unorthodox for everyday use, like one might feel with (expensive/official) wearable merch/costumes.

As part of the 2017 show’s segment about inspiration, the actor recorded a segment about the inspiration he culled from Michael J. Fox and the infamous movie series.
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KeKe Palmer Joins 'Berlin Station' Season 2 as Series Regular

KeKe Palmer is on the move.

The Scream Queens star has joined Epix’s Berlin Station as a series regular for season two, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Berlin Station centers on a CIA office in the midst of an investigation into a now-infamous whistleblower. The series follows Daniel Miller (Richard Armitage), new arrival to Berlin’s CIA station who is on a clandestine mission to uncover the source of the Thomas Shaw leaks. 

Palmer will play April Lewis, the newest and youngest case officer assigned to Berlin Station on her first field assignment after making her mark as an analyst at Langley. With a bracing combination of millennial intrepidity and old-fashioned sass, April brings a new-guard mentality often at odds with her old-guard colleagues in a system struggling to preserve its besieged identity. But she is no less determined to make her mark in Berlin as she did back home at Headquarters.

She joins a cast that also includes Rhys Ifans, Richard Jenkins, Michelle Forbes, Leland Orser and Tamlyn Tomita. The 10-episode second season of Berlin Station, which hails from Paramount Television and Anonymous Content, begins production in April.

Berlin Station, one of Epix’s first original scripted series, was renewed in November.

Palmer is the latest Scream Queens star to line up a new role. Lea Michele recently signed on for a role in Daveed Diggs’ ABC comedy. Sources say Palmer was, like Michele, released from her Scream Queens contract. Although the horror-comedy anthology appears unlikely to return, Palmer would not return if it is renewed.

Palmer’s other credits include Fox’s Grease: Live!, Masters of Sex and Ice Age: Collision Course. She is repped by WME, Laron Entertainment and Hertz Lichenstein.

BBC Top Gear Series 24 to hit screens on March 5; Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris, Rory Reid to lead show

British television series BBC Top Gear’s new season will return to TV screens on March 5, Sunday. The Series 24 will be anchored by Friends star Matt LeBlanc, YouTube car review sensation Chris Harris and motoring journalist Rory Reid.

Also read: BBC Top Gear Series 24 trailer released

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The new series comes after an eventful Series 23 aired in June and July 2016. The first series post infamous exit of hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May has failed to impress audience. The Series 23 was led by Chris Evans and viewership fell from 4.3 million to 1.9 million by the end of the series. This also led to the exit of Evans.

LeBlanc, Reid and Harris were also part of six presenters in Series 23, others being lead presenter Evans, Sabine Schmitz and Eddie Jordan. For the new season, three men hosting team is in line with the Clarkson, Hammond and May era till series 22.

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BBC recently released a trailer for Series 24 that showed Harris drifting a 1,036bhp Ferrari FXX K, a car chase scene in which LeBlanc drives an Aston Martin DB11, Reid crashing his taxi in Kazakhstan and LeBlanc picking up naked hitchhikers in an Avtoros Shaman. This indicates that the show will be fun to watch just like other episodes before Series 23. What more, the trailer ends with an appearance by The Stig with fire on his right arm.

BBC affirms a lot more car stuff has been included in Series 24 and details will be released in due course. The show will go on air on March 5, 8pm on BBC Two and BBC Two HD.

The former presenters of the show, Clarkson, Hammond and May, are now spearheading a new show on Amazon Prime – The Grand Tour. The first season of the show with 13 episodes finished airing on February 3. The Season 2 has been scheduled for later this year.

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BBC Top Gear Series 24 to hit screens on March 5; Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris, Rory Reid to lead show

British television series BBC Top Gear’s new season will return to TV screens on March 5, Sunday. The Series 24 will be anchored by Friends star Matt LeBlanc, YouTube car review sensation Chris Harris and motoring journalist Rory Reid.

Also read: BBC Top Gear Series 24 trailer released

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The new series comes after an eventful Series 23 aired in June and July 2016. The first series post infamous exit of hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May has failed to impress audience. The Series 23 was led by Chris Evans and viewership fell from 4.3 million to 1.9 million by the end of the series. This also led to the exit of Evans.

LeBlanc, Reid and Harris were also part of six presenters in Series 23, others being lead presenter Evans, Sabine Schmitz and Eddie Jordan. For the new season, three men hosting team is in line with the Clarkson, Hammond and May era till series 22.

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BBC recently released a trailer for Series 24 that showed Harris drifting a 1,036bhp Ferrari FXX K, a car chase scene in which LeBlanc drives an Aston Martin DB11, Reid crashing his taxi in Kazakhstan and LeBlanc picking up naked hitchhikers in an Avtoros Shaman. This indicates that the show will be fun to watch just like other episodes before Series 23. What more, the trailer ends with an appearance by The Stig with fire on his right arm.

BBC affirms a lot more car stuff has been included in Series 24 and details will be released in due course. The show will go on air on March 5, 8pm on BBC Two and BBC Two HD.

The former presenters of the show, Clarkson, Hammond and May, are now spearheading a new show on Amazon Prime – The Grand Tour. The first season of the show with 13 episodes finished airing on February 3. The Season 2 has been scheduled for later this year.

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Buffalo 66 by Buffalo 72

As a resident of the Nickel City who remembers, not only my first viewing of Buffalo 66 but, also, it’s history and reception, I must say, I’ve had a strong connection to this film over the last 20 years.

I remember my mom calling me one morning and telling me that “a movie” was being shot in Buffalo with auditions being held at the old “Institute of Thermal Research” (I dunno either) on Elmwood avenue. I thought it would be no big deal. Probably some shot on VHS flick that would be direct to video. But then she mentioned “Oh, and it’s directed by Vincent Gallo!?!” Hey, I knew that guy! Gallo had done a series of infamous Calvin Klein ads, as well as, being featured in indy films Palookaville and The Funeral. He was a guy on the verge, in need of a breakout film. So could this be it?

I pulled together my acting resume and walked over three miles to the Thermal Research building (which at one point had apparently tested heaters apparently). It was a long cold walk in January 1997 (i think) with filming to follow a month or two later. Needles to say, I was not chosen. I stood in a long line of actor poseurs, 90s hipsters, looky loos and old men which held stagnant for quite awhile. Finally,  Gallo walked out of the building and stared intently at the long line. Impatiently called for his assistant and began to scan people. He mumbled to his assistant and she walked up to each old man and bizarro asking them to skip ahead. Gallo wasn’t looking for young actors or a star in training, he wanted authentic or odd looking folks. Later that year, I would hear stories of Ricci, Rourke or Houston being in town. Stories of drama and occasionally I would walk by their production office hoping to peek in. I was stalking. A year later, I saw Buffalo 66 premier locally at the North Park Theater. I sat down with a bevy of emotions and took in a movie I wouldn’t forget.

Buffalo 66 is many things. While viewing, it seemed cheap, forced, antagonistic and occasionally cruel. It was unkind to it’s characters, story, audience and the city of Buffalo itself. …and yet, despite 19 years of never watching it again, I remembered each scene and most for he dialogue. I remembered Billy Brown scowling and being vindictive. His parents being mean or neglectful. Layla being easily manipulated and Goon being dumped on. I remembered the locations, the sounds of the streets under Billy’s red boots and some of those older men being used for extras. Jan Michael Vincent looking like a man on his way down, Rourke phoning it in and Angelica Houston doing an uncanny Cheektowaga accent. I remember wondering where the hell was the movie going and then that ending!

With one music montage inside a strip joint, Gallo brought the whole piece together beautifully. His rage, madness and passion of the previous 85 minutes strung tother like a tightly laced shoe. Over the years, I would often think about Buffalo 66 and my long walk to the audition through the cold wetness and I could only relate to Billy. I too lived in that dead end city, surrounded by people with bizarre life choices and felt nothing but alienation. I too, wanted to shoot myself in the head sometimes but not before taking out some folks who I felt helped ruin the world. I’ve driven and walked throughout Buffalo, been in old buildings or cheap sparse houses and thought Gallo see’s what I see. I do have “Buffaluv” but I also am keenly aware of it’s immense decrepitness and know why Buffalo is a staring character in this movie.

But most local critics, aside from M. Faust, hated it. Gallo didn’t kiss the city’s ass like Woody Allen. He gave it straight, warts and all, like Scorsese. Billy Brown was just a human extension of a gasping city angrily lashing out but also in need of redemption or any validation. As time has gone by I’ve become very fond of Buffalo 66 and when I put it on the other night, I knew I would love it. I’m so very glad it has overcome it’s initial derision and became a cult film. The North Park Theater even featured it again just a year ago. My hope is folks were more accepting and recognized it for being a unflinching story that often does not get told about most cities. Realizing it’s uniqueness amongst an industry that too often bland about it’s locations. Like Bruce Almighty, a movie that takes place in a sanitized unreal Buffalo, which was actually San Diego with City Hall superimposed by CGI.

I’ll take the stark, plain, cold, dirty, reality of Buffalo 66 any day. In fact, since I still live here, I often do.