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    It Takes Two


    Release Date: March 26

    Genre: Co-op, Multiplayer, Puzzle, Platformer

    Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S


    Play as the clashing couple Cody and May, two humans turned into dolls by a magic spell. Trapped in a fantastical world, they’re reluctantly challenged with saving their fractured relationship by the suave love guru Dr. Hakim. A huge variety of gleefully disruptive gameplay challenges stand between them and their return to normal.


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    Sony Pictures Animation has begun work on an animated musical feature, for now known as K-POP: Demon Hunters, about a girls K-Pop band that kills demons. Maggie Kang (The Lego Ninjago Movie) and Chris Appelhans (Wish Dragon) are set to direct alongside Oscar-winning producer Aron Warner (Shrek, Wish Dragon). Production designer Mingjue Helen Chen (Raya and the Last Dragon, Big Hero 6) and art director Ami Thompson (Raya and the Last Dragon, Ralph Breaks the Internet) are also onboard.


    SPA describes the film as a “musical action adventure that follows the story of a world-renowned K-Pop girl group, as they balance their lives in the spotlight with their secret identities as bad-ass demon hunters, set against a colorful backdrop of fashion, food, style and the most popular music movement of this generation.”


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    Okay my english is really bad and I have problems understanding the complete text but what I understand is that taiwan is short on Water? If this is true this is really crazy to think that they don't have enough Water that is Vital to live :|:|:|

    Yes, you are correct. This happens to us as well in the Philippines. If there's not enough rainfall, it's not just consumable water but irrigation for farmlands are also greatly affected. I don't know about the rest of the Southeast Asian countries that are directly facing the Pacific but it feels like for the last few years, rainfall hasn't been that bountiful but on the other hand, the few typhoons that do make landfall seem to be much stronger.

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    Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen has called on residents to conserve water and prepare for shortages as the island faces a drought, following months of scant rainfall and a lack of typhoons making landfall last year.


    In a Facebook post over the weekend, Tsai said that Taiwan did not experience a typhoon in 2020 and faces its most severe water shortage in 56 years. Typhoons typically produce huge amounts of rainfall. She explained that the government set up an emergency response center to deal with the drought.


    Tsai added that the government is monitoring water conditions throughout the island and that it will take steps to ensure a stable supply of water for industries and households.


    Local reports said last month that the island stepped up nationwide water restrictions and mobilized emergency water resources, including a desalination plant in Hsinchu County, as officials anticipate the dry season will last until May.


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    UPDATE:


    Earthquake swarm in Iceland continues, now with over 20.000 earthquakes detected since the start, facing an even higher eruption risk in the next few days


    Earthquake swarm in Iceland continues, now with over 20.000 earthquakes detected since the start, facing an even higher eruption risk in the next few days


    A powerful earthquake swarm continues on the Reykjanes Peninsula, Iceland since February 24th. Over 20.000 earthquakes have now been detected since the beginning of the earthquake swarm.


    As the series of strong earthquakes continues, more signs of magma movement are also being detected. This has prompted the officials monitoring the situation, to raise the alert level from yellow to orange.


    celand is most known as a volcanic island in the North Atlantic. It is one of the most active volcanic regions in the world. As history shows, its eruptions can sometimes have powerful impacts on Europe and the entire Northern Hemisphere.


    It has constant earthquake activity because it sits on both the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates. The plates are moving away from each other, tearing the island apart. It is the only place in the world where you can see those two tectonic plates and the Mid-Atlantic Ridge above ground.


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    StCatMouse

    I'm trying to get into this, but I don't know where to start. NBA Top Shot is my best bet since I'm more familiar with that world, but it may be a huge risk to get involved.

    It's a huge risk as this could just be a fad and I'm also doing my own research. The whole cryptocurrency boom of the past few years went over my head to be honest.


    As far as starting, I'll drop these links. It's all I'm doing right now as well, reading up on how to start:


    https://decrypt.co/resources/n…ed-guide-learn-blockchain

    https://blockonomi.com/nfts-collecting-creating-guide/

    Exactly - and even though things are taking a turn towards more cross-compatibility - I think the damage has already been done with long term players, and most won't switch over so easily. I've had a PS since the original, and every console since then, and I for one am not going to change just because of cross compatibility. At least they're making some progress now, but man back in the day it was rough.

    Very rough. Aside from Blue Dragon, Lost Odyssey, and Last Remnant, I can't think of any other JRPGs in the 360 era. Xbone fared better but still there were holds out like the Persona series.


    Yeah as of late last year, there's like 110+ million PS4 users. With that kind of install base, a lot of those folks just won't jump ship for no reason. Unless Sony does something terribly dumb, it's safe to say they'll enjoy their lead over Microsoft in the immediate future.


    JRPGs aside, Microsoft still has to prove themselves in the AAA singe player space. Sony have Horizon, Spider-Man, God of War, Last of Us, Ghost of Tsushima and while MS have acquired a ton of devs and they still have long-standing franchises like Gears and Halo, it would still take years to build an impressive portfolio like Sony's.