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url 2017-07-24 15:25
C pas bien

Alors que Resident Evil 7 tire des racines de la série de l’horreur de la survie atmosphérique, il offre également C pas bien un nouveau niveau de terreur. Dans les jeux Resident Evil d’antan, les joueurs se préparent à la peur en première personne grâce aux scènes horribles d’ouverture de porte, et Resident Evil 7 rampes jusqu’à cette tension avec une immersive en première personne et un style graphique photoréaliste. Capcom est en mesure d’atteindre un degré plus élevé de fidélité visuelle grâce à la nouvelle maison propriétaire RE Engine qui comprend des outils orientés VR. Avec le moteur RE Engine et les technologies audio et visuelles de pointe de l’industrie, vous rencontrez tous les détails abhorrent de près et personnel dans Resident Evil 7. Jouer le jeu dans le mode PlayStation VR escalade le sentiment troublant de présence à un niveau que les fans d’horreur n’ont jamais connu. L’expérience de jeu complète est disponible dans le mode PlayStation VR inclus du début à la fin. Aucun Resident Evil que vous ayez jamais survécu pourrait vous préparer pour cela. [Capcom]

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review 2017-07-23 20:11
Ok, I admit it...I'mma paisley kinda' girl myself...
Plaid versus Paisley - K.C. Burns

"Plaid Versus Paisley' is the second book in K.C. Burn's series 'Fabric Hearts' and while book #1 'Tartan Hearts' and I didn't do overly well 'Plaid Versus Paisley' turned out to be a far more enjoyable experience for me.


Two years ago Will Dawson lost his job forcing him to relocate from Conneticut to Florida where he landed a job working at Idyll Fling...yes, this is the same gay porn studio that gave us Raven (one of the MCs from 'Tartan Candy' and coincidentally Will's best friend) Will's happy working in the tech department of Idyll Fling. Unfortunately because of the circumstances surrounding why he left his last job Will's got a few issues when it comes to delegating job duties and it's starting to show things are piling up in his department and he's starting to show signs of stress and burnout so while it's not surprising that his boss would bring on some help for Will since the business is growing. The last thing Will expects is for said help to come in the form of Dallas Green...the man who as far as Will's concerned cost him both his job and his boyfriend. 


Will's not sure what's up but he keeps quiet about knowing Dallas and exactly what their relationship was from his perspective, but he's not the only one keeping quiet about things. Dallas isn't telling his brother that he's got a history with Will but he's also not telling Will that his brother is the owner of Idyll Fling. 


'Plaid Versus Paisley' was from start to finish a story about miscommunication. There was so much that Will and Dallas didn't know about each other from back in Connecticut. It really was a case of only having half the story and for both of them that half story didn't look good to the other person. One of the things that neither man realizes was how much they were attracted to each other. 


Admittedly I'm not a fan of miscommunication when it's thrown in as something extra and it seems to just muddy the waters, sometimes over whelming the real story but in the case of this story it was the main issue between Will and Dallas so it worked.


The part that I was a bit disappointed with was the resolution it seemed to happen just a bit too easily for me.  Things went from I don't believe/trust to I understand/it's all ok just a little too quickly and this to my way of thinking is a more of a personal preference issue than anything else. 


I did like the interaction between these two and Dallas's efforts to fix things between them were both cute and entertaining. I loved the 'world's best boss' mug and other little things that he tried to show Will that he wanted them to be able to work together. In general I liked that the things he did were little thoughtful gestures and not over the top grand actions that seemed more like something meant to impress than something meant to convey real emotion.


David Ross was once again the narrator for this audio book I really enjoyed his performance the voices were good, consistent and expressive leaving me with nothing to do but enjoy the story. 


So far there's one more story to go in this series and I admit I'm looking forward to it because it's Jamie's story and while we first met him in 'Tartan Candy', he's Caleb's cousin and best friend. We got to see more of him in this story as well and he's turning out to be one of my favorites. I'm not sure if I want to jump in and read the book (because yes, I do have it so this is an option) or do I want to wait for the audio version. Either way, I'm definitely looking forward to more from the men of the 'Fabric Hearts' series.



An audio book of 'Plaid Versus Paisley' was graciously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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review 2017-07-23 16:35
Audio Book Review: Lucifer's Star
Lucifer's Star - C. T. Phipps,Michael Su... Lucifer's Star - C. T. Phipps,Michael Suttkus

3.5 stars

*I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

Eric is a new narrator for me. From the first sentence Eric had a positive, hopeful sound to his voice for me. I can hear his deep breaths between lines. There is a short (about 3 or 4 words) that didn't follow character tone in the beginning, I caught only because following the book at that time. Eric does do different tones for characters, giving them a sound of age and their own voice. I did pick up on one small repeat, I almost missed it as it was quick.

I just love that first sentence! What a sight that would be. The sentence really drew the picture for me.

We start with Cassius in a big battle in his life on Crius. This battle is one that lingers in Cassius's mind, and what he's trying to escape from. There are sections that are memories, though with this being audio you don't see the italics that indicate it's different than the here and now. It sounds like two conversations happening at the same time. Then Cassius doesn't talk to himself as much and is easier to catch as the book goes on. The book is focused on Cassius and his time on his current ship. The people are also residing on this ship are not who they seem to be.

As we learn these people aren't who they say they are, we see much more in this unstable universe. The different groups in the universe are all working at different angles. Even the people in the organizations have different angles they are working. So much to play with here!

Cassius grows through the book, as he grows to realize he has friends. Cassius is running from who he is. He wants to be someone that's not of the Archduchy to live his life with the guilt he feels. Through what he learns in the events he lives through, and the connections made, Cassius learns of details he didn't know before. I love the moment when Cassius gets a...closure with someone from his past. Cassius confronts feelings he'd been holding in.

Cassius grows attached to people which helps him along in his journeys. We learn a few have rather heavy pasts as well. The crew on the ship he finds himself on has many who are fugitives in their lands or pasts that aren't of the best actions. There are moments that feel drawn out with details of histories of people and descriptions, but the story comes together and the ending is non-stop.

I found that the AI take in this book was very interesting. There is also cloning in this book. Biodroids were a neat creation. I know we haven't heard the last of these. I don't want to give to much on this as it's a big play in the book. You have to read or listen to the book to get the details. We learn details that all come to a head at the end of the book with a special type of AI.

This wouldn't be a fun space story if we didn't get action scenes. We get just that, in space and on planet action. Even among the crew on the ship.

The world feels vast and full with crew that Cassius has acquired. I look forward to continuing with Cassius and what is in store for him next.

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text 2017-07-20 14:50
C pas bien


Situé dans un futur lointain, l’univers Scivelation est un monde né des cendres des conflits et de la misère. Une dictature mondiale oppressive, connu sous le régime, a augmenté au pouvoir après la suite de l’Apocalypse; cherchant agressivement sortir et éliminer toute opposition à leur gouvernement tyrannique C pas bien. Avec cette capricieuse, la réalité dystopique comme toile de fond, le joueur aura sa place prendre dans les rangs de la résistance, de faire la guerre à travers les coins les plus reculés du globe dans ce combat bourré d’action pour la liberté et la survie.

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text 2017-07-20 14:22
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Le Prince of Persia: Les Sables du Temps trilogie a toujours été connu pour ses contrôles serrés et des puzzles environnementaux satisfaisants dans de beaux niveaux. Le système de contrôle de la série a servi de modèle pour d’innombrables autres jeux qui comportent aussi un protagoniste acrobatiques comme le Prince Cpas bien. La même grande interface reste dans le troisième match de la série, Les Deux Royaumes. Comme les deux autres jeux, vous vous trouverez mur courir, sauter, retournement, et voltige votre chemin jusqu’à des puzzles environnementaux diaboliquement conçus, ainsi que la lutte contre les ennemis vicieux avec le système de combat amélioré introduit dans le dernier match, Warrior Within. Le prince a quelques nouveaux tours dans sa manche ainsi, mais les fans de longue date de la série devrait encore se sentir comme à la maison.


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