The second episode of Hitman opens with Agent 47 lounging on a bench in the idyllic vacation destination, Sapienza. With a newspaper in hand and a crisp Italian shirt on his back, you could be forgiven for mistaking Agent 47 as a proxy of Daniel Craig's James Bond--if it wasn't for his shaved, barcoded head.
What We Deserve feels personal, a narrative so steeped in familial heartbreak that it almost plays more like a visual stream-of-consciousness diary than a choose-your-own-adventure zombie apocalypse story. What started as a typical tale about how to survive the zombie apocalypse shifts in its final episode into a fascinating tale that asks the most relevant and important question of all: why bother?
Drinkbox Studios' games all share a unique, rather dark sense of humor and very distinctive artistic flare. With Severed, the studio has turned its attention to classic first-person dungeon crawling, and the result is a creative touch-screen adventure with sharp, colorful graphics that mask an incredibly dark center.
At times, I can't help but marvel at Ashes of the Singularity. Watching a battlefield gradually pack in thousands of hover-tanks and carriers as supply lines stretch and groan to support massive war efforts is intoxicating. There's a wonderment here that begs you to grasp at what commanding a continent-spanning conflict might feel like. At that scale, the subtle movements of fighter squadrons and the flashes of canon fire yield to larger vistas, and you can feel the game's pulse as wave after wave of enemies cascade across your screen.
Congratulations to Anstey Parish (our host council) who have achieved the coveted NALC Council of the Week award. Anstey Parish Council were only the 8th council nationally to be awarded the Quality Gold standard under the Local Council Award Scheme.
The current LRALC Constitution can be found below. This was amended at the November 2015 Executive Committee to clarify the position regarding Executive Committee member who cease to be a Councillor at a LRALC member council.
This year's programme for both Urban and Rural Grass Cutting will start on Tuesday 29th March. This year there will be six cuts, an increase from 5 cuts last year. The programme will be published on the LCC website and anticipated to be updated weekly.
The Leicestershire Parish Councils website service (see here) operated by Leicestershire County Council will cease on the 31st August 2016. On this date the servers hosting these sites will be switched off, and any content not migrated from these sites will be lost ...
A challenging and interesting opportunity has arisen for a suitably experienced, enthusiastic and competent clerk and RFO for Kirby Muxloe Parish Council. We are seeking a Clerk/RFO to work full time from our Parish Council office in the heart of the village. The parish council is responsible for the ...