Stretching from the spectacular red desert of Australias outback to the cool corridors of power in Canberra, THE CODE tells the story of two very different brothers who unearth information that those at the highest levels of political power will kill to keep secret.
Travel to Ered Luin to help explore an active dig site near Gondamon! Follow the tutorial quests to get on your way. Once you learn how to use your Treasure Hunter's Pick, jump into the fray in order to find treasures and rewards, buried just beneath your feet.
Surprising absolutely no one, it looks like the upcoming action game, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor will be offering a season pass' worth of content following the game's upcoming launch on Sept. 30 for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360. We're talking new game modes, new story missions and more, so get ready to cinematically decapitate even more orcs in the coming months.
Charles Keating, a classically trained Shakespearean actor well known to daytime-TV fans for his Emmy-winning run as Another World‘s Carl Hutchins, has died at age 72. Soap Opera Digest confirmed the news on Saturday, after one of Keating’s former costars, Alicia Coppola (AW‘s Lorna), shared this on Twitter.
Mike Snider, USA TODAY 4:57 p.m. EDT August 1, 2014
From the grave, the late Agatha Christie seduced actor David Suchet to take the role that would define his career: Hercule Poirot.
Suchet had known a little bit about the famous Belgian detective when he was approached about starring in Agatha Christie: Poirot in 1985: He had recently played Inspector Japp to Peter Ustinov's Poirot in the TV movie Thirteen at Dinner.
SAN DIEGO - As "Xena" and "Spartacus" fans already know, Lucy Lawless is a badass - so it should come as no surprise that the actress will be carrying on that tradition in her new role as Isabelle Hartley on "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."
Someone Needs to Tell Trion Worlds How to Run Defiance
One guarantee I can give to anyone about to embark on a new MMO journey is that at some point, that game’s developer is going to do something you don’t like. It’s just the nature of the beast – you might not like a change, while someone else digs it. Then there are those times where it seems the vast majority of the playerbase is with you in disliking a change. And another change. And yet another. Take Trion’s Defiance, for example.