Forrest Gump was born a statistically retarded person. The day when his mom took him to a local public school, the principle pointed out the IQ score Forrest got, that a public school does not take students under 80, and Forrest was 75.
Forrest’s mom didn’t think Forrest should just succumb to the system and enter a special school, she did her best to get Forrest into the public school by bribing the principle–giving him a special service.
The Roman state is founded firm on ancient customs and its men. —Ennius, Annales
What now remains of the ancient ways of our country the poet declares we were founded upon? These traditions have so sunk into oblivion that we neither practice them nor even remember what they were. And what shall I say about the men? For the reason our customs have passed away is that the people who once upheld them no longer exist. We should be put on trial as if for a capital crime to explain why this disaster has happened. But there is no defense we can give. Our country survives only in words, not as anything of substance. We have lost it all. We have only ourselves to blame.
Basically all DC heroes are more or less inhuman, most of them are completely other beings that humans can not relate to.
You got Superman, which is technically an alien, Kryptonian. You got Green Lantern, some galaxy guardian type of organization, yet again, aliens. You got Aquaman, which lives under water, hailed as the king of sea, again, not human. You finally got Wonder Woman, which is basically a god, again, not human.
Ima tell a long story, a story about a ga_laxy.
A galaxy full of stars, and they result in Stel_laris.
First you have a gigantic map, and you are pretty perplexed.
Where am I, who am I, what do I do?
As if you have answers.
But this time, it is all different. It is pretty apparent, Paradox has finally ditched baffling system and makes it transparent. A good tutorial section.
From diplomacy to resources, battleships to cruisers. You can wage war and you can deplore (empires).
Fallout 3 is the first title that has been adapted to the 3D world, much like Bethesda’s previous work, Elder Scrolls.
Fallout 3 is definitely one of the good games back in 2008. The dialogues are lively to say the least, what’s more significant is that Bethesda made characters in the game as vividly human as possible.
Despite the old graphics, the game holds a strong connection to the player. Most NPCs in the game do not seem incredibly robotic, and as automated as possible like in the later titles.
Revelations paints the late stage of the legendary assassin, the mentor, and the successor of the Creed, Ezio Auditore.
In his 50s, Ezio is old, yet still vigorous and passionate about his seeking of the forefather’s legacy. He has already transformed from that young lad that was vengeful and resentful about his family’s deaths, by tracing the steps of his father and brother, to a leader who single-handedly founded the Assassin Brotherhood across Europe and to the extent of Middle Asia. Now, he is the twos before, although an aged body, but still a young heart with passion.