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Updated Emmy Predictions – May
The People v. OJ Simpson is the talk of Emmy prognosticators every where. It is surely to score many nominations, whether or not HBO’s “All the Way” knocks it out of a few victories is another story.
HBO isn’t just doing great in the Limited Series/TV Movie categories. We have it in first for drama with the return of “Game of Thrones” and 2 of their shows atop the comedy list – “Veep” and “Silicon Valley.”
Check out the predictions below and keep in touch with our Emmy page for updated predictions.
Game of Thrones
House of Cards
Better Call Saul
Orange is the New Black
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Initial Reaction: Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst beta
When I’m not at work, writing for The Media 10, or doing chores around the house – I consider myself a runner. Just kidding. I haven’t been on a building rooftop probably since I was a reckless kid.
Anyway, I love Mirror’s Edge. I loved every single thing about the original game. It was fast, it was clean, it was fluid, the story was just good enough, and speedruns/time trials were able to keep me coming back time and time again. I actually can’t count the number of times I beat the original game.
So of course I signed up to partake in the closed beta of “Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst.” I will continue to play it more tonight after watching the premieres of “Game of Thrones” and “Silicon Valley.”
Did I like the beta?
Yes. I have been planning on buying this game as soon as it comes out, money saved up and everything, and nothing about that plan is going to change. Continue reading