source Hello Games / ScarecrowQ One of the most highly-anticipated, controversial games of the past decade was the gorgeous “No Man’s Sky.” Originally released for the PlayStation 4 and PC in August 2016, “No Man’s Sky” promised an infinitely explorable universe full of mystery and excitement. What players found instead was an infinite universe without much to do, and no way to interact with each other. Updates released over the subsequent months helped bolster the game’s list of activities, but this week’s “Next” update is the biggest yet. It adds the much-requested multiplayer – a feature that was originally announced for the game that disappeared before launch. source Hello Games Alongside the update, “No Man’s Sky” is finally available on the Xbox One as well. Given the massive evolution of the game over the past two years, we’ve put together the five most important … [Read more...] about The controversial game ‘No Man’s Sky’ just re-launched with a huge free update — here are the 5 biggest changes
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By Erich Schwartzel and Ben Fritz The Wall Street Journal Sat., July 21, 2018 LOS ANGELES—Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Robert Iger has called Sky PLC a crown jewel of his $71 billion pursuit of 21st Century Fox Inc. assets. Now as he decides how hard to fight for it, some on Wall Street are arguing that the European television company isn’t key to Disney’s future. As part of his proposed takeover of most of Fox, Mr. Iger has the chance to immediately boost his company’s international presence and new direct-to-consumer strategy by gaining ownership of Sky. Fox currently has a 39% stake in the European satellite company and internet provider and is bidding for the rest. But Sky has also been targeted by Comcast Corp., which currently has the lead with a bid valuing Sky at $34 billion, 5% higher than Fox’s most-recent offer. A Fox takeover of Sky would essentially be done on behalf of Disney, presuming its agreement to buy Rupert … [Read more...] about Disney’s big question: How crucial is Sky to its Fox deal?
By Nicola Bridges The San Diego Union-Tribune Fri., April 13, 2018 Lounging in a sleeping bag on a cot in a teepee, fully clothed and bundled up, my cowboy boots kicked off on the warm wooden floor, I’ve been journaling and listening to the ever-changing Montana weather make music on my tent. The wind whistles through the flaps. The rain taps a rhythm on the canvas. The dramatic, fast-moving Montana cloudscape creates a flickering light show through the slits. I hear the lunch call, and just as I emerge, sunshine lights the grey sky, revealing a luminescent double rainbow. I’m at Luxe Cowgirl Yoga with Big Sky Yoga Retreats at the Double T River Ranch in Clyde Park, Mont., an hour from Bozeman, and I’m seriously starting to think the stunning weather has been specially choreographed as the backdrop for what transpires to be a very special retreat. For a gal with a horse and a meditative mind on a mission to feel less stressed, an equestrian-themed … [Read more...] about Big Sky Yoga Retreat brings bonding and bliss
By Rob Harris The Associated Press Mon., March 12, 2018 LONDON—Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher was suspended as a soccer analyst by the Sky television network on Monday after being filmed spitting in the direction of a 14-year-old girl through his car window. Carragher said that while his future at the broadcaster “remains to be seen,” he had not offered his resignation. The incident happened Saturday after Carragher left Old Trafford, where he was working for Sky Sports at Manchester United’s game against Liverpool. Read more: Angry West Ham fans storm Olympic Stadium field Article Continued Below Juventus rallies to beat Spurs in Champions League action In a video of the incident, the teenager’s father repeatedly mentioned Saturday’s score — Liverpool lost 2-1 — before Carragher spat. “Sky takes this matter extremely seriously and strongly condemns Jamie’s actions,” Sky said in … [Read more...] about Sky Sports suspends soccer analyst Jamie Carragher after spitting incident
This move will expands its authorised dealer network and strengthen its service standards, the company said. Building on the significant demand for big bikes in Khon Kaen that has grown by more than five times over the past 5 years, the first-ever BMW Motorrad Sky Autohaus showroom will sell BMW motorcycles and lifestyle accessories and offer quality aftersales assistance. Markus Glaeser, head of BMW Motorrad Thailand, said: “BMW Motorrad Thailand is thrilled to join with Sky Autohaus in strengthening the brand’s presence and widening BMW Motorrad’s accessibility to our customers in the Northeast of Thailand. “With outstanding expertise in premium service and an excellent relationship with customers, as well as Sky Autohaus’ vision to prioritise customer satisfaction above all else, we are certain that the new showroom will bring the highest standard of services to our customers in Khon Kaen and nearby provinces.” Dr Samart Yimsiri, managing … [Read more...] about BMW Motorrad joins forces with Sky Autohaus Khon Kaen