Last bullet. Last breath. Last chance. The Complete Edition for Metro: Last Light is now available on Steam for a low price of $19.99. That edition includes the base game and all DLC packs: Metro: Last Light Metro: Last Light - Chronicles Pack Metro: Last Light - Developer Pack Metro: Last Light - Faction Pack Metro: Last Light - Ranger Mode Metro: Last Light - RPK Metro: Last Light - Tower Pack Interestingly, the base Metro: Last Light game can no longer be purchased separately on Steam; however, previously released DLC packs and the Season Pass remains available as separate items for anyone who already owns the base game. Although $19.99 is a fantastic deal for Metro: Last Light Complete Edition, it would have been nice if Steam also sold Metro: Last Light for $14.99, for anyone who's only interested in playing the base game.
Amazon does what Netflix couldn't/wouldn't. Amazon.com announced today an exclusive multi-year content licensing agreement with HBO, to bring award-winning shows to their Prime Instant Video streaming service. Prime members can look forward to streaming the entire The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, The Wire, Big Love, Deadwood, Eastbound & Down, Family Tree, Enlightened, and Treme series. Early seasons of Boardwalk Empire and True Blood will also be added to Prime. Previous seasons of Girls, The Newsroom and Veep will be added to Prime approximately three years after airing on HBO. The first wave of HBO content will arrive on Prime Instant Video May 21, 2014. This news axes a rumor that Netflix was close to signing a similar deal with HBO!
Denzil didn't make the cut. The latest update for the Steam version of Aarklash: Legacy has added support for Steam Trading Cards; altogether, you can collect 7 trading cards, 6 badges, 5 backgrounds and 6 emoticons. Listings for Aarklash: Legacy Booster Packs are starting at $2.77. Individual trading cards in that series are currently starting at: Bo Lahm: Standard $0.43; Foil $7.29. Frinz: Standard $0.27. Knokka: Standard $0.19. Leck Lorus: Standard $0.25; Foil $3.45. Motcha: Standard $0.16. Nella: Standard $0.48; Foil $5.00. Wendaroo: Standard $0.12.
Question: Which Pokemon are banned in Pokemon X and Pokemon Y Rating Battles? Answer: The following Pokemon can't participate in Pokemon X and Pokemon Y Rating Battles: Arceus Celebi Darkrai Deoxys Dialga Genesect Giratina Groudon Ho-Oh Jirachi Keldeo Kyogre Kyurem Lugia Manaphy Meloetta Mew Mewtwo Palkia Phione Rayquaza Reshiram Shaymin Victini Xerneas Yveltal Zekrom Zygarde
The snake must be a fan of the Angry Grandpa. The missing African Gaboon Viper (a highly venomous snake) that shed its skin in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, was caught in the Angry Grandpa's yard today in Summerville. Ben, a snake handler, tracked the Gaboon viper to the Angry Grandpa's garbage bin, where he and KidBehindACamera (the Angry Grandpa's son) caught and placed the viper in a glass tank. That capture was caught on camera: KidBehindACamera and the Angry Grandpa celebrated having the Gaboon viper in possession, because they was told they would receive $10,000 for that snake. The celebration was cut short when the Gaboon viper bit KidBehindACamera who became unconscious just 1 minute after being bitten. In fear the Gaboon viper would attack someone else, the Angry Grandpa grabbed his hammer and killed the snake. KidBehindACamera got up and told his father that he was just pranked. The Angry Grandpa fired back by pretending to have a heart attack. He was so convincing his son administered mouth-to-mouth CPR. And that's why you don't prank your father...
Only losers uses hacked Pokemon. I played against a Pokemon X/Y player from Japan the other day who was using an obviously hacked Shiny Mega Kangaskhan. I had my Gale Wings (grants +1 priority to Flying moves) Talonflame use Brave Bird (Flying move) against my opponents weak Mega Kangaskhan that previously used Power-Up Punch, but my opponents Sucker Punch (+1 priority move) ended up outspeeding and knocking out my Talonflame, which resulted in me losing the match. The highest Speed that Mega Kangaskhan can reach at level 50 is 167. My Talonflame has a Speed rating of 195, which is the highest possible Speed that Pokemon can reach without a Choice Scarf. Sucker Punch is supposed to fail if a faster opponent uses a +1 or faster priority move. That proves my opponent was using a hacked Mega Kangaskhan. The fact that Nintendo allows abnormal Pokemon in Free Battle matches is embarrassing. That game can be easily patched to ban such Pokemon from those matches. Players that uses hacked Pokemon in Free Battle are pathetic. What's the use in playing Pokemon if you virtually guarantee a win?