Spain is considering a fee to cross the country’s border with Gibraltar amid a row over the creation of an artificial reef, its foreign minister says.
Taking mass transit to and from work everyday can be as convenient as it is hilariously unpredictable. You never know who (or what) is going to enter your subway car and surprise, delight or terrify you.
Need proof? Here are 21 things you definitely don’t want to see on your morning commute.
Some 16,500 cyclists take part in a 100-mile race from Surrey to London on the second day of the UK’s largest ever mass participation cycling event.
If you thought Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) was done with the EverQuest brand, well, think again. The company has come up with a successor to the classic MMO with EverQuest Next (EQN), which aims to give MMO die-hards a world they can mold and disrupt to their heart’s content. According to Sony, “there are no levels” in EQN, but with around 40 different classes at launch, players can mix and match abilities and develop them as they go along. The game will also be smart enough to learn from your decisions, offering up related opportunities so you can do more of what you like, be it crafting weapons or beating up orcs. Further, NPCs are given “motivations” and “core values” so that they’ll attack you not just ’cause you’re within aggro range, but because they want your gold for example.
Perhaps the biggest departure from other MMOs is that EQN introduces the idea of fully destructible environments that would result in permanent change to the landscape. Blow a hole in the wall? Well, it’ll stay that way, at least until someone else comes along to patch it. Since you can now destroy things, SOE also launched something called EverQuest Next Landmark, a sandbox that lets gamers create objects and buildings in the EverQuest world with the same tools SOE designers used to make the game. Amateur game architects can share their creations with friends, or collaborate with them on larger projects. Landmark will launch as a “Free to Play” title later this year, and marks the first stage in EQN’s release. As for EverQuest Next itself, well, its pricing and availability has yet to be announced. Until then, treat yourself to some gameplay footage and read up on what’s new in the press release after the break.
Source: EverQuest Next
I don’t think it’s funny that McDonald’s “employee budgeting” website suggests that workers can live without heat and need to get a second job. But to watch Colbert nail them to the wall in the way only he can while making me laugh — priceless!
In defeat, Morgan Tsvangirai seems to be pinning his hopes on international and regional powers while betting on Robert Mugabe considering his legacy
Jim Rash, Nat Faxon and Nahnatchka Khan are teaming up for “Fatrick.” As first reported by Deadline, the trio received a pilot commitment at Fox for “Fatrick,” a new comedy.
The show follows Patrick, a handsome, popular man who is being held back by his insecurities after growing up as Fatrick, a chubby kid. Khan, who created “Don’t Trust the B— In Apt. 23,” will write the pilot with fellow “Apt. 23” co-executive producer Corey Nickerson. Faxon and Rash will direct the pilot.
The Huffington Post confirmed Deadline’s report.
Faxon and Rash won an Oscar along with Alexander Payne for “The Descendants.” Faxon and Rash recently teamed to write and direct “The Way Way Back.”
Click over to Deadline for more.