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  1. Gangstar is a series of open-world action-adventure video games published by video game company Gameloft and developed by its subsidiaries. Games in the Gangstar series are set in American cities (although Gangstar Rio: City of Saints is set in Rio de Janeiro, a Brazilian city). Gameplay focuses on an open world where the player can choose missions at their own leisure to progress an overall story, as well as engaging in side-activities consisting of action-adventure, driving, shooting, occasional role-playing, stealth and racing elements. The series focuses on many different protagonists who attempt to rise through the ranks of the criminal underworld, although their motives for doing so vary in each game. Gameplay Gangstar: New Orleans is an open-world action-adventure video game with fairly standard cover-based gunplay. The game world may be traversed on foot or by vehicle. Missions are linear and are detached from the open world (though they can be accessed in the open world). Like other games in the series, the story is told almost entirely in pre-, mid-, and after-mission cutscenes. The game has two main types of missions: main story missions and turf missions, the former of which, as the name suggests, are used to progress the main storyline forward. Completing story missions generally rewards the player with money and Spirit Jars, the game's version of loot crates. The latter type of mission increases the player's control (in percentage) over a Turf, a subdivision of the map that is controlled by a small-time mobster. If the player has 50% or more control over a Turf (of which there are twelve), they may attempt to raid the mobster's stronghold. Should they succeed in killing all of the mobster's henchmen (and the mobster himself), the player will be granted control over that Turf and given access to a passive money-making business. The ultimate non-story objective of the game is to control all twelve Turfs. Outside of the missions, players may explore the open map of New Orleans on foot or by operating one of over 50 vehicles. The city is populated by non-player character (NPC) citizens, most of whom will react to the player's actions. Citizens can be killed and their vehicles can be stolen by the player, however, doing so will give the player a wanted level. NPC police officers will chase after a wanted player character until they incapacitate or arrest him unless he is able to distance himself from them quickly enough. The chase will get progressively more difficult, with the S.W.A.T. team and National Gaurd ultimately joining the chase if the player gains a high-enough wanted level. Controls Android, iOS The control scheme for Gangstar: New Orleans is nearly identical to other Gangstar games. An on-screen virtual touch-controlled analog stick allows players to control their character's movement on the X/Y axis while a virtual "sprint" button allows players to make the protagonist sprint, vault, climb, jump, and double-jump, depending on the situation. Free-aiming weapons in the game is done by swiping (or dragging) an "empty" area on the screen, which results in the camera being panned and the aim being directed towards what is in the middle of the screen, or by touching and releasing an onscreen NPC. A simple virtual "attack icon" button discharges the player's weapon in the direction of the closest or targeted NPC. Players can make the player character take cover when cover is available by pressing an on-screen prompt (the virtual "cover icon" button). Another on-screen prompt (the "enter/exit icon") allows players to enter or exit vehicles (the latter when the player is inside one) when they are near enough to the target vehicle. Drag virtual onscreen touch-controlled analog stick: Move (keeping the tip inside the larger circle results in the player character walking, while dragging it more out makes him gradually increase his movement speed and eventually run) Touch and release or hold attack icon: Fire weapon Touch and release enter/exit vehicle icon: Enter nearest vehicle / exit vehicle (when in/on one) Touch and release or hold sprint icon: Sprint / vault (when next to a flat, low barrier) / jump (when the player is on an edge of an area and there is a small gap between it and another area of the same height, and the player is sprinting towards the other area's edge) / climb (when sprinting towards a low obstacle) Touch and release surprise attack icon: Take the nearest NPC by surprise and kill them Touch and release mini-map: Enter map screen (this causes the game to get paused) Touch and release weapon icon: Reload ammunition of the currently-selected weapon Swipe (or drag) weapon icon: Change weapon (swiping left selects the previous weapon, and swiping right selects the next) Hold weapon icon: Make all equipped weapons appear around the weapon icon in order to select one Touch and release an onscreen NPC or vehicle: Aim at a certain NPC or vehicle Touch and release health kit icon: Use health kit Touch and release grenade icon: Throw grenade (accurate aiming is not possible) Touch and release or hold accelerate icon: Accelerate / decelerate (when reversing the vehicle) Touch and release or hold brake icon: Decelerate and eventually brake / speed up (when reversing the vehicle) Touch and release or hold left arrow on the screen's bottom-left area / drag virtual analog stick left: Steer left Touch and release or hold right arrow on the screen's bottom-left area / drag virtual analog stick right: Steer right Touch and release or hold up arrow: Fly higher (in helicopter) Touch and release down arrow: Fly lower (in helicopter) Touch and release left arrow on quest bar: View details of the quest located to the left of the one that is currently being displayed Touch and release right arrow on quest bar: View details of the quest located to the right of the one that is currently being displayed official game link
  2. Cardi B makes AMAs history with 'WAP' Cardi B has become the first artist in AMAs history to win Favourite Song Rap/Hip Hop twice after being honoured with the accolade for her Megan Thee Stallion collaboration, “WAP”. The 28-year-old rapper and Megan Thee Stallion took home the prize for their hit single, “WAP”. The hip hop star had previously picked up the same accolade in 2018 for “Bodak Yellow”. Cardi couldn't be in attendance at the ceremony held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, due to a dental appointment. However, the “I Like It” hitmaker celebrated her record-breaking win on social media and admitted she hadn't anticipated on winning an award, which is why she decided to get dental work done instead of hitting up the awards show. She tweeted: “Thank you guys soooo much .Me and Meg really appreciate all the love from fans ,celebs everybody that supported the song .Also thanks for voting. “Ugh if I would have known all this was going down today I would of rescheduled my dentist appointment.Im so swollen (sic)" “Now I’m all f****** talking all crazy. But I just wanted to say thank you everybody. I love you so much.” While Cardi was absent, Megan, 25, wowed with the debut performance of her self-love anthem, “Body“. The “Savage” hitmaker was joined by a troupe of dancers as she belted out the feisty track from her acclaimed debut album, “Good News”, which was released on Friday. click here for the original article
  3. Megan Thee Stallion, Taylor Swift & others honoured at Apple Music Awards Apple announced the winners of the second annual Apple Music Awards, recognising the best and boldest musicians of 2020 and their enormous impact on global culture. The awards honour achievements in music across five distinct categories, and winners are chosen through a process that reflects both Apple Music’s editorial perspective and what customers around the world are loving most. The winners for global Artist of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, and Breakthrough Artist of the Year were hand-selected by Apple Music’s global editorial team and taste makers. And the awards for Top Song of the Year and Top Album of the Year are based on streaming data that is reflective of what Apple Music subscribers have been listening to this year. “The Apple Music Awards is our opportunity to recognize and honour the incredible artists who we feel have deeply impacted and inspired the world and our customers, and helped us feel connected through music this year,” said Oliver Schusser, Apple’s vice president of Apple Music and Beats. “We have an exciting week of music planned in December and are very much looking forward to celebrating together with these artists and their fans.” Artist of the year went to Lil Baby fully arrived as one of hip-hop’s biggest names, with billions of global streams and multiple tracks from “My Turn” topping the Apple Music charts. With his deeply moving and timely release, “The Bigger Picture,” he cemented his place as the indisputable, authentic voice of youth culture. click here to read more
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  11. Injustice: Gods Among Us is a fighting video game based upon the fictional universe of DC Comics. The game was developed by NetherRealm Studios and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U. It was released in April 2013 in North America, Europe, and Australia, and June 2013 in Japan. An expanded version of the game, titled Injustice: Gods Among Us Ultimate Edition, was released in November 2013 for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, and Microsoft Windows. A free-to-play mobile app based on Injustice was also released for Android and iOS devices. A prequel comic book series of the same name, written by Tom Taylor, was released beginning in January 2013. Players select one of several characters from the DC Universe to engage in combat, aiming to knock out their opponent. The game is set in a 2.5D environment: while character models and backgrounds are rendered in three-dimensional graphics, the characters are restricted to fight within a two-dimensional space. Injustice builds upon several aspects from NetherRealm Studios' previous title, Mortal Kombat, including its controls, game mechanics, narrative-driven campaign, and online functionality. The storyline is set in a parallel universe within the DC Comics' Multiverse. In this reality, Superman becomes a tyrant and establishes a new world order after the Joker tricks him into killing Lois Lane and destroying Metropolis with a nuclear bomb. In an effort to stop this, Batman summons counterparts of the League's members from another universe to join his insurgency and end the totalitarian regime. The game received positive reviews from critics, who praised its story, gameplay mechanics, and use of the DC Comics license. Injustice became the highest selling game in the United States and United Kingdom during the month of its release. The game also won several awards for "Best Fighting Game" in 2013. A sequel, Injustice 2, was released in May 2017. Injustice: Gods Among Us is a fighting game in which players control characters with different fighting styles and special attacks, engaging in one-on-one combat to deplete their opponent's life gauge. The game is in 2.5D: movement is restricted to a two-dimensional plane, while the characters and backgrounds are rendered in three-dimensions. Unlike the traditional fighting game design involving multiple rounds with regenerative life bars, Injustice uses a scheme similar to the Killer Instinct series. Each match consists of a single round with each player bearing two life bars. The game utilizes a four-button control layout of light, medium, and heavy attacks, alongside a "character trait" button, which activates a unique ability or attack designed to showcase each character. For instance, Superman's character trait provides a temporary boost in strength, while Batman's character trait summons a swarm of robotic bats. The stages, based on various locations from the DC Universe, such as the Batcave, Metropolis, and the Fortress of Solitude, feature interactive environments and multiple areas. If an opponent is hit with a heavy attack near a corner of the arena, it launches them, triggering a transition animation and taking the fight to a new section of the stage. Each section also contains objects that characters can interact with differently depending on their class. Characters fall into two classes: "power characters", who rely on brute strength and innate abilities, and "gadget characters", who use weapons, items, and other external mechanisms to win. For example, a gadget character like Batman can attach a bomb to a car to cause an explosion, while a power character like Superman will pick up the same car and smash his opponents with it. Players have the option to turn off interactive elements and stage transitions. As characters perform special moves, block oncoming attacks, or get hit by the opponent, their "super meters" will gradually fill. Portions of the super meter can be used to execute enhanced special moves or counter enemy moves. With a full meter, players can unleash their strongest special attack. Players may also expend their meter to interrupt a combo and enter a wager battle, dubbed the "clash system", which combines individualized cutscene cinematics with the process of betting meter. A clash may be triggered by a player only after they have lost their first life bar. During the sequence, both players commit portions of their meter in secret, with the highest bidder winning the clash. The story mode is split into several chapters. As the narrative plays out, the player swaps between different characters. Minigames are also incorporated into the story. The outcome of minigames can impact an upcoming battle, such as giving the player a health advantage over the CPU opponent. Additional game features include Battle Mode, Versus Mode, Training Mode, and S.T.A.R. Labs, which includes 240 character-specific challenges of varying difficulty. Online multiplayer modes include King of the Hill, a setup that allows up to eight players to spectate a match while waiting for their turn to fight, and Survivor, which carries over the current winner's health bar and character selection over each match. Playing through any of the game modes, including online matches with optional goal objectives, will net the player experience points that may be used to unlock alternate costumes, music, concept art, and other rewards. The roster was selected internally by NetherRealm Studios with input from DC Comics. The main goal during the selection process, which took around three to four months, was to create a cast featuring a wide variety of characters. Characters were chosen based on criteria such as size, ability, gender, popularity, and how well they fit within the Injustice storyline. The addition of each playable hero and villain required about six weeks of development. The characters were designed with the intent to make each fighter unique, and fighting styles and movesets were tailored to the lore and personality of each character.Ed Boon stated that DC Comics had given NetherRealm a large amount of freedom with their properties, allowing them to put their own spin on characters. Several other characters from the DC Universe, such as Darkseid, Scarecrow, Metallo and Gorilla Grodd, also appear as non-player characters, making cameo appearances in story cutscenes, stages and other game modes. Outside of the DC universe, Scorpion from the Mortal Kombat series appears as a downloadable guest character. The playable characters are: Aquaman Ares Bane Batgirla Batman Black Adam Catwoman Cyborg Deathstroke Doomsday Flash (Barry Allen) Green Arrow Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) Harley Quinn Hawkgirl (Shiera Hall) Joker Killer Frost (Louise Lincoln) Lex Luthor Loboa Martian Manhuntera Nightwing (Dick Grayson) Raven Shazam Scorpiona Sinestro Solomon Grundy Superman Wonder Woman Zatannaa Zoda Additionally, several characters are playable as alternate skins for existing characters. They include: Batman (Terry McGinnis) Batman (Thomas Wayne)a Cyborg Supermana Flash (Jay Garrick)a Green Lantern (John Stewart)a Hawkgirl (Kendra Saunders)a Nightwing (Damian Wayne) The iOS and Android version of the game features several exclusive characters: Arkham Knight Batgirl (Cassandra Cain) Darkseid Deadshot Flash (Wally West) Green Lantern (Jessica Cruz) Killer Croc Reverse-Flash Static click here to see how characters look Injustice: Gods Among Us was first announced on May 31, 2012. According to Ed Boon, the main goal heading into Injustice was to create a game outside of the Mortal Kombat series that was dramatically different within the fighting game genre. Producer Hector Sanchez stated that NetherRealm Studios did not feel constrained by the parameters of Mortal Kombat, allowing the developers to take more design risks with Injustice, such as removing Mortal Kombat's traditional dedicated block button. Similar to Boon's previous DC-related title, Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe, the use of the DC Comics license implied restrictions to the amount of violence in the game; however, Boon intended to push the "Teen" rating by replacing violence with "crazy, over-the-top action." When questioned if the studio's past experience with Mortal Kombat and its characteristic violence would influence Injustice, Boon replied that he wanted to keep the two titles as separate entities. The online mode in Injustice was built upon the foundation laid from Mortal Kombat. Due to complaints about severe lag in the online multiplayer portion of Mortal Kombat, Boon reported that the development team had looked back upon their past mistakes and created a "new, more elaborate system" for an improved online experience. Senior Producer Adam Urbano stated NetherRealm Studios spent two years of development focusing on netplay. During development, NetherRealm shared their idea for an automated system to push Injustice downloadable content to all users' consoles. The game would connect to the Internet during use and automatically download the information required for players who have bought DLC characters to play against others who have not. The system also allows NetherRealm to quickly send hotfixes to patch noticeable glitches. Like Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe and Mortal Kombat, Injustice runs on the Unreal Engine 3, which was modified to suit fighting games. In the first Injustice development diary, NetherRealm Studios proclaimed that several technical advancements had been made since the release of Mortal Kombat in 2011. Sanchez stated that their "KoreTech team" had pushed the boundaries on their graphics engine. Urbano added that the game features a revamped lighting solution, enabling more dynamic lighting in terms of characters and environments. A new "character material" system was created to portray characters with increased graphical detail. Injustice also utilizes a multi-threaded rendering engine, allowing the game to display approximately three times the amount of objects on screen at a single time than Mortal Kombat. official link: https://www.warnerbros.com/games-and-apps/injustice-gods-among-us-0
  12. Lil Nas X would love to collaborate with Doja Cat Lil Nas X has revealed his dream collaboration would be with “Say So” hitmaker Doja Cat and also spoken about setting the bar high with his viral mega-hit “Old Town Road”. The “Panini” star was asked who his dream person to duet with would be after the likes of Billy Ray Cyrus and Diplo appeared on the remix of his viral country trap hit “Old Town Road”. Speaking to James Charles' as he had his makeup done by the internet personality in a video on his YouTube channel, Lil Nas said: "I want to collaborate with Doja Cat. "I think she's dope. She's incredible." The 21-year-old Grammy-winner also spoke about setting the bar high with 'Old Town Road', but insisted he's "not worried" about finding his next big hit. James asked the rapper: "Do you feel like that set a really hard standard early on?" To which, he replied: "Definitely. It set the standard to where like a lot of people hold me to it like, 'He'll never have a song bigger than this.' "It's like has anybody had a song bigger than this? “I know I’m going to make a smash hit, so I’m not worried about it.” Meanwhile, the “Holiday” star recently teased some of the song titles from his upcoming debut album. Lil Nas X will host a virtual concert with Roblox Lil Nas X is set to host a virtual concert with online gaming platform Roblox. In September, the music star posted a piece of paper on his Instagram Stories with the song titles “Call Me By Your Name”, “One Of Me”, “Titanic”, and “Don't Want It” visible and others covered up with white correction fluid. Whilst he had tweeted that he's “gonna start back releasing music soon the old town road money running out (sic)". In July, the “Rodeo” hitmaker shared a snippet of “Call Me By Your Name”. The rap sensation talks about a boy he's talking to for the first time on the song. And he also pays homage to the blockbuster “Call Me By Your Name”, in which Timothee Chalamet's character Elio falls in love with Armie Hammer's American graduate student alter ego Oliver when he comes to his family's home in Italy to help him with his studies during the summer. Prior to then, Lil Nas teased fans that his debut album is almost complete and announced he's working on a mixtape, plus he asked his followers to get involved with the latter release by sending him their beats via email. click here to read more
  13. LADY GAGA SENDS A HUG, CARDI B IS STRESSED, AND MORE CELEB REACTIONS TO THE 2020 ELECTION Here's a helpful reminder: The 2020 presidential election is far from decided. As of this writing, the race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden looks to hinge on three battleground states, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. But zoomed out, a total of 3 million ballots have yet to be counted in seven key states, per The New York Times — and as of 2 a.m. ET on Wednesday (November 4), some states had not even begun to report their early vote tallies at all, according to the Vote Early Day initiative. This kind of uncertainty makes for plenty of stress and anxiety, and it's extremely important to continue to take care of yourself as it continues. What might be comforting to know is that celebrities are dealing with this, too, and some are even choosing to post through it. Below, we've rounded up some of these notable reactions to show you that you're not alone. Rihanna https://twitter.com/rihanna/status/1324125650630766592 What she said. Lady Gaga https://twitter.com/ladygaga/status/1324016259466362880 In one of the strangest election years of our lifetimes, Lady Gaga is here to remind us to be patient, and that every vote matters. The pop star, who campaigned for Biden and Harris in Pittsburgh on Monday night with a performance of "Shallow" and "You and I," also sent everyone "a big hug," which just feels nice. Janelle Monáe https://twitter.com/JanelleMonae/status/1324026675009527809 Janelle Monáe, aka Cindi Mayweather, came through with a much-needed reminder that it's over until it's over. And it's not officially over until every vote is counted. Demi Lovato https://twitter.com/ddlovato/status/1323995969743020034 The "Anyone" singer took to Twitter to express a common refrain: Given, well, everything that's happened since 2016 — and in particular given all the protests and marches that happened over the summer — how was the 2020 election a close battle? "I'm not losing hope. My faith is strong. Just very disappointed at how close this is," she continued in a follow-up tweet. "Like.... really y'all?" Chrissy Teigen https://twitter.com/chrissyteigen/status/1323819299270619137 In addition to the doomscroll-y content above, Teigen also tweeted a brief video showing her "stress cooking" with an avocado on the counter in front of her. The night before Election Day, Teigen appeared onstage with her husband, John Legend, at a Biden rally in Philadelphia. Cardi B https://www.instagram.com/p/CHJ3D0Xg7qE/ After throwing her support behind the Biden-Harris ticket ahead of the election, Cardi had no choice but to wordlessly puff on three cigarettes as she watched the returns — specifically, as she watched state after state go for Trump. Halsey https://twitter.com/halsey/status/1323892686764404737 In a series of tweets, Halsey — who had rubber bullets fired at her at a protest against racist violence over the summer — railed against the president for "skewing logic" as well as his threats to use the Supreme Court to put a stop to ballot counting in order to declare himself the winner. Lili Reinhart https://twitter.com/lilireinhart/status/1323833309470715905 Lili raises an extremely good point!!! Lana Del Rey https://www.instagram.com/tv/CHJujcepg0Q/?utm_source=ig_embed LDR spent Election Night at Denny's, enjoying a nice, socially distanced spread in a tent, tracking live updates via smartphone. Oh, and she slipped in some pertinent information for fans, namely that her forthcoming "folky" album, Chemtrails Over the Country Club, is delayed due to vinyl processing backups. But in the meantime, Lana's got you covered. "In the meantime, I'm gonna give you a digital record of American standards and classics for Christmas," she said, holding a Denny's coffee mug, "because I can't get the record plants to open 'til March 5." (She also clapped back at a fan who claimed she voted for Trump with a simple message: "Go. Fuxk. Yourself.") Kanye West https://twitter.com/kanyewest/status/1323914087340781569 After apparently tweeting (and deleting) a message of "WELP" early Wednesday morning (November 4), the Independent presidential candidate seemed to concede his campaign — despite racking up a reported 60,000 votes — only to post a tweet looking forward to 2024. Four years is a long time. We'll see what happens. Camila Cabello https://www.instagram.com/p/CHME8m6p8wk/ Our latest glimpse of Tarzan does not disappoint. Lily Collins https://www.instagram.com/p/CHLrnd_JRvG/ Election = stress = dog pics. Not a bad formula. click here to read more

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