5 items from 2016
Hey there horror fans! It’s me, Ted, and I’m back at it again tonight on Twitch. After The Bunker last week turned out to be only 2 hours long, I decided this week to feature a game I am confident… Continue Reading →
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- Ted Hentschke
Independent game developer Fenix Fire Entertainment have today launched their new space exploration survival game, Osiris: New Dawn onto Steam Early Access. Gamers wanting to boldly go can now colonise an alien world and mine, build, craft, create and survive to their hearts content. To mark the release, Fenix Fire have debuted a new launch trailer which you can watch below…
Osiris: New Dawn allows players to explore an alien planet for valuable resources, build structures to create a base, research technology to create equipment and vehicles, survive the weather, meteor showers, the indigenous life and possibly other players. There will also be a wide range of weapons, vehicles and even droids available to be researched and manufactured which will all increase the players survival rate.
For those who don’t like going solo Osiris: New Dawn offers a great multiplayer option where players will be able to form colonies »
- Andrew Newton
After a well-received debut at Pax west 2016, Fenix Fire Entertainment has announced that they will be releasing Osiris: New Dawn on Steam’s Early Access Program on Sept. 28 and is still in development for console. Come inside to check out some screenshots and a trailer!
The year is 2046 and mankind’s discovery of near-light speed "fold engine" propulsion has empowered mankind's Osiris expeditionary missions to the Gliese 581 system. Players are part of the second colonization team sent by the U.N.E. (United Nations of Earth) to study potential habitable planets when the spacecraft malfunctions braking violently from light speed, forcing an emergency landing on the planet’s surface.
Players must overcome the dangers of unpredictable weather conditions by building a central base, expanding the structure further with modular units to grow food, create research centers, manufacture bays and more. To further advance technologies and thrive on the planet, they »
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If Brady Corbet‘s The Childhood of a Leader hadn’t received plenty of early praise as a forceful, confident directorial debut from a perpetually interesting young actor, my eye would still be fixed on it for one reason: composer Scott Walker. The press-shy, not-exactly-prolific musician has a fanbase as narrow as it is dedicated — David Bowie may have been first and foremost among them, often considering him a North Star; just hear his reaction to a birthday wish for some idea — and his one contribution to film-scoring, on Leos Carax’s Pola X, is among the best anybody has produced in the last 20 years.
Though a recent convert, I consider myself among said fanbase, and so: whatever I come to make of it, The Childhood of a Leader earns credit for giving us a new, of-the-same-name Scott Walker album on August 19, ahead of which there’s now a very brief preview. »
- Nick Newman
Here's your daily dose of an indie film, web series, TV pilot, what-have-you in progress -- at the end of the week, you'll have the chance to vote for your favorite. In the meantime: Is this a project you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments. The Boy from Mushin Logline: "The Boy from Mushin" tells the story of Bisi Alimi, who put his life on the line when he came out as gay live on Nigerian national television. Elevator Pitch: In 2004 the president of Nigeria claimed there were “no gays in Nigeria”, Funmi Iyanda, interviewed Bisi about his sexuality on her popular television show, New Dawn. The fury that followed tore Bisi’s world apart. Bisi left Nigeria an exile and arrived in London a refugee. From the streets of Mushin, the slum of Lagos, he has now become one of Africa’s most prominent human rights activists. »
5 items from 2016
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