The final game in the acclaimed "Metroid Prime" trilogy, "Metroid Prime 3" broke ground in an already groundbreaking series. How did it do that? By marrying classic space exploration with compelling narration., of course.
A long standing bit of fodder for conspiracy theorists of the American persuasion includes various imagery found on the United States’ one dollar bill, with the most infamous of graphics on said nefarious item being the so-called "All-Seeing Eye", more properly titled the "Eye of Providence".
Released in 1978, Taito's "Space Invaders" is one of the most important pioneers in the history of video games. Not only was it a huge success worldwide, it also created two essential gaming innovations: high scores and a difficulty curve.
Unsurprisingly, there’s a lot of free time involved in flying an aircraft, especially on longer flights. And during that time, you can chat with your coworkers, just like any other job. Just don’t mention politics and religion.
First dreamed up in Haitian folklore, zombies have only been terrorizing the imaginations of horror fans for 200 years or so. Why, then, does it feel like they are so viscerally linked to our human experience? The answer to that question involves George Romero.
Not only did women not really shave their legs until around 1920, but men didn’t *reeeaaally* shave their faces at home either. Then King Camp Gillette invented the disposable razor — and the demand for them, too.
Simone Biles’ new skill is called a triple-double. That means she rotates around an axis going through her hips twice while at the same time rotating about an axis going from head to toe *three* times. Yes, it’s difficult — but it doesn’t defy physics, it uses physics.
On “Patriot Act,” Hasan Minhaj paints a fairly rosy picture of the overall opioid crisis. That is, until he starts talking about fentanyl, a potent relative of heroin that presents a problem completely separate from that of other opioids.
Okay. One finals appearance and four conference finals appearances isn’t “nothing.” But after a team drafts Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and James Harden, you’d expect them to win it all, right? This is how the Thunder collapsed.