Repurposed Wood Shoes : wood shoe

Hey Dude Shoes’ Wally Flex-wood Style Helps to Protect Kiwi Birds Hey Dude Shoes introduced a limited-edition repurposed wood shoe with an innovative manufacturing technique and a mission to support the kiwi bird and its natural habitat. The comfortable wooden shoe highlights just how existing resources may be used in place of virgin materials and…

UK man donates frostbitten toe to Yukon bar

Image copyright Courtesy Downtown Hotel Image caption Terry Lee, “Toe Master” at the Downtown Hotel A former British commando has made a very special donation to a remote Canadian hotel – his severed toe. Nick Griffiths had his big toe posted to the Downtown Hotel in Dawson City after he lost it to frostbite competing…

Why Link’s Awakening New Art Style Does It Justice

One of the highest compliments we tend to give remakes is that they look and play how we remember them. Spyro Reignited Trilogy, for example, invokes the same sense of wonder we had when we played the original, pointier versions back in the day. Playing the remake of Link’s Awakening, however didn’t feel like I…

SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech Review – Streamlined Strategic Deck-building

The fantasy/steampunk SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech offers a streamlined and highly accessible foray into a genre known for complexity and strategy. While this classic, turn-based affair hinges on cards and decks, anyone who’s ever leveled up and explored a dungeon has everything they need to dive right in to this adventure. SteamWorld Quest is…

What Dreams Needs To Do To Stay Relevant

The early access version of Dreams launched into the wild in April after seven long years of development, which you can read all about here. What’s there is an incredible creative suite as well as an ingenious way to disseminate creators’ wild and wacky games, movies, and art pieces among a growing community. We’re pretty hot…

Four Reasons Why Legion Could Be The Watch Dogs Game We’ve Been Waiting For

I remember watching the first Watch Dogs reveal back in 2012 and being completely blown away. I loved the idea of a virtual playground where several objects and people could be manipulated and hacked, all wrapped up in a fascinating world where surveillance and privacy were major themes. When Watch Dogs finally released in 2014, I…

Mortal Kombat 11 Review – A Disgusting Delight

In each new Mortal Kombat installment, we look on in horror as combatants are dismembered, mutilated, and devoured in disturbing and comedic ways. Even when their bodies are reduced to unrecognizable heaps of flesh and bone, most of these characters find ways to bounce back into fighting form for a sequel, making it seem like…

How to Find Real Food Restaurants (5 Questions to Ask!)

Summer is (almost) upon us, which means more opportunities to be away from home for travel and fun (one can only hope)! While on whatever adventures you have planned this year, you may find yourself needing to pick a decent restaurant. If you’re slaving over real, fresh, local, homemade food for your family when you’re…

7 Sony Franchises Itching For A Silver Screen Debut

Video game fans are all too familiar with the concept of movie-development hell. The Uncharted movie has been stuck between writers and directors for nine years, which is essentially 900 years in the game industry. Though Nathan Drake will soon see his day in Hollywood, countless other game franchises have fallen victim the same condition….

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