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Cyborgs are already here You and I have become them Cellphones and headphones appear Means to a digi
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Star Wars Jedi: Fallen OrderEA/Disney/Respawn Entertainment

  • A huge new "Star Wars" game was unveiled on Saturday, named "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order."
  • The game is being made by Respawn Entertainment, the same studio that created "Titanfall" and "Apex Legends." It arrives on November 15, for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
  • "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" fits into the movie canon between the events of "Episode 3" ("Revenge of the Sith") and "Episode 4" ("A New Hope").
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

A huge new "Star Wars" game was revealed on Saturday: "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" is expected to arrive November 15 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

It's a single-player action game focused on lightsaber combat and Force powers. 

Even better: The game is being made by Respawn Entertainment, the same studio behind the excellent "Titanfall" series and recent blockbuster "Apex Legends."

Here's everything we know so far:

1. "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" is a single-player action game with some light puzzle solving.

EA/Disney/Respawn Entertainment

The gameplay in "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" sounds more along the lines of "God of War" than "Star Wars Battlefront." 

"Players will use their Jedi training to create different melee combinations with an innovative lightsaber combat system and Force abilities," the game's press release says. "Players will also use traversal and other platforming abilities to strategically overcome opponents and solve puzzles in their path across this galaxy-spanning adventure."

In short: Melee-focused combat with some level of customization, in addition to special "Force" powers and movement.

 



2. It stars an entirely new character: Cal Kestis.

EA/Respawn Entertainment/Disney

Spoilers for "Episode 3" ahead!

In "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith" ("Episode 3"), a very moody Anakin Skywalker — before turning into everyone's favorite cyborg, Darth Vader — sets out to destroy the Jedi Order.

It's part of a bigger Jedi purge, known as "Order 66." Few Jedi survived the purge, but apparently the main character in "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" is one of those few.

This is Cal Kestis, played by actor Cameron Monaghan.

It's not clear how Kestis escaped the purge or how he's related to the more well-known "Star Wars" characters. What is clear is that he'll start out on a planet named "Bracca," which is entirely new for the "Fallen Order."



3. There will be some fan service, as you might expect.

Screenshot/Empire Strikes Back

Given the timing of "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" — falling in-between the events of "Revenge of the Sith" and "A New Hope" — it's not clear which major characters could show up. Perhaps Obi-Wan Kenobi, or a burgeoning Darth Vader? We'll see!

All we know so far is what was teased in the announcement: "'Star Wars' fans will recognize iconic locations, weapons, gear, and enemies, while also meeting a roster of fresh characters, locations, creatures, droids and adversaries new to 'Star Wars.'" 




See the rest of the story at Business Insider

See Also:

SEE ALSO: Sony is on the verge of announcing a new PlayStation — here are 5 crucial things it needs to do to stay on top


          Mark Biltz: Why Parents Will Run to Get the Mark of the Beast for Their Kids      Comment   Translate Page      

The Bible has much to say about the end times. And if you've been watching the news, you may be wondering if we're in those prophesied last days. In many ways, it seems the evil in our culture and across the world is getting worse and worse. Are all these wars, political scandals and natural disasters coming to a head now? Is the Antichrist about to introduce the mark of the beast?

I recently discussed this topic with Pastor Mark Biltz for my "In Depth With Stephen Strang" podcast, which you can listen to here or at the end of the article. Biltz has been studying the Scriptures from a Jewish perspective to decode the end times and the Antichrist's future system. He says many Christians have a false sense of confidence that they will never take the mark of the beast. The mark the Antichrist chooses, he points out, will be extremely enticing.

"I think parents are going to run for the mark of the beast," Biltz says. "They're going to want it because it's going to be so tempting. It's not going to be some ugly thing. It's going to be something that will let you access the internet with your thoughts. So I think people will be deceived because they're going to be passionate about the things of this world."

Biltz writes about his findings in his new book, Decoding the Antichrist, which I've had the privilege to publish through Charisma House. Early sales have already far exceeded our expectations, indicating the book will be a huge success. One point he made in our interview, which he talks more in depth about in his book, is that artificial intelligence will likely play a huge role in creating the mark of the beast—and perhaps even the Antichrist himself.

"In this age of artificial intelligence, some are wondering if the Antichrist might be some kind of super-intelligent hybrid human cyborg that will want to be worshipped," he says. "Top experts are warning us of the malicious use of artificial intelligence."

Biltz is right; artificial intelligence is advancing at a frightening pace. After all, Google keeps track of more than just what you research online. It tracks where you've been, what you order and even what you do. Just recently, Google gave me a weekly update on everywhere I've been. Even though the report wasn't harmful, it still concerned me that a computer was keeping such detailed track of me. Who's to say an evil person or organization can't use such powerful technology to harm God's people?

"When it comes to this artificial intelligence, what's really creepy is the driverless cars they have now that will drive for you because of GPS," Biltz says. "They're creating a computer that's driving your car, and they're giving it a moral artificial intelligence. If you're in the back seat and that car is driving, and a deer runs in front of your car, the computer has to know: 'Do I hit the deer? Do I swerve and hit the two pedestrians? Or do I take the driver down the cliff?' So they're creating a moral intelligence for these computer systems."

But whether or not the Antichrist will use artificial intelligence to persecute believers and take control, Biltz says he will still use other methods to deceive people.

"The apostle John declared that there were many Antichrists at his time," Biltz explains. "But what was interesting is that he said they came out from among us, as if they were a type of professing Christian. And Paul says Satan comes as an angel of light and his ministers are ministers of righteousness. ... He wants to come across as a believer, which will be very deceptive. We have to know [the Antichrist's] modus operandi. I think he's going to have very flowery language. I think he's going to be solid, wealthy, famous and powerful.

Biltz says his message is resonating with people across the world. His El Shaddai Ministries church in Tacoma, Washington, represents a wide variety of ethnic groups and Christian denominations. And his online congregation is even more diverse—the 250,000 people who watch Biltz's church service online come from over 30 nations.

"I couldn't [draw this crowd,]" he says. "This is why I know it has to be a God thing. We have all the different cultures, different countries, wanting to come back to the original. And for me, that's pretty exciting."

If you want a free copy of Biltz's book, Decoding the Antichrist, just subscribe to Charisma magazine at charismamag.com/decoding. You can buy one year for $20 or two years for $30. This is just our way of saying thank you for your continued support as we have reported on what the Holy Spirit is doing for the last 40-plus years.

Be sure to listen to my entire interview with Biltz below!


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Play as Vasily, once elite operative working for the biggest Cybernetic Weapon Manufacturer in the world, he narrowly escape to a secluded monastery when the corporation turned on him, willing to make him one of its cyborg soldiers. For 20 years he tried to find peace and harmony amongst fellow monks until the corporation eventually found his trace and is now closing-in on Vasily's location. In so doing, they have given him one last shot at redemption.


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          Amazon & Microsoft kämpfen um "Jedi"-Auftrag      Comment   Translate Page      
Die beiden IT-Riesen liefern sich harten Kampf um den lukrativen Zuschlag.
Im Wettstreit um einen Großauftrag des US-Militärs sind nach Angaben des Verteidigungsministeriums nur noch Amazon und Microsoft im Rennen. IBM und Oracle haben hingegen keine Chance mehr auf den milliardenschweren Auftrag.
          Khabib thought Dustin Poirier’s UFC 236 win over Max Holloway was a draw      Comment   Translate Page      

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Dustin "The Diamond" Poirier defeated Max Holloway to win the interim lightweight title in the UFC 236 main event on Saturday. Following the bout, fighters reacted to the action-packed fight and Poirier's win.

RELATED > UFC 236 Live Results: Holloway vs. Poirier 2 (Full Results and Live Fight Stats)


          Fighters react in awe at Israel Adesanya and Kelvin Gastelum UFC 236 war      Comment   Translate Page      

Israel Adesanya defeated Kelvin Gastelum to capture the interim middleweight title on Saturday in the UFC 236 co-main event. Following the title bout, fighters reacted to the back and forth war and Adesanya's win.

RELATED > UFC 236 Live Results: Holloway vs. Poirier 2 (Full Results and Live Fight Stats)


          Comment on Black Hole of Misogyny: Reddit trolls just can’t stop attacking Dr. Katie Bouman for her crime of doing nothing wrong by Cat Mara      Comment   Translate Page      
This reminds me of the crap someone I follow on YouTube, the Chinese maker Naomi "SexyCyborg" Wu, gets because she is a woman, though with added helpings of orientalism and slut-shaming thrown in for good measure in Wu's case because she has breast implants-- something she is upfront about and was the topic of one of her most recent videos: https://youtube.com/watch?v=zVAjbJGd4GE I first heard about her through the XBox hacker Bunny Huang's blog who called out the abuse Wu was getting for her appearance. She was very shabbily treated by VICE magazine (there's a surprise 🙄) last year who interviewed her and ignored requests from her to stay out of aspects of her private life that might get her into trouble with the PRC authorities... which were ignored because white people, I guess 🙄🙄
          A huge new 'Star Wars' game where you play as a Jedi is coming out this November      Comment   Translate Page      

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

  • A huge new "Star Wars" game was unveiled on Saturday, named "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order."
  • The game is being made by Respawn Entertainment, the same studio that created "Titanfall" and "Apex Legends." It arrives on November 15, for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
  • "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" fits into the movie canon between the events of "Episode 3" ("Revenge of the Sith") and "Episode 4" ("A New Hope").
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

A huge new "Star Wars" game was revealed on Saturday: "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" is expected to arrive November 15 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

It's a single-player action game focused on lightsaber combat and Force powers. 

Even better: The game is being made by Respawn Entertainment, the same studio behind the excellent "Titanfall" series and recent blockbuster "Apex Legends."

Here's everything we know so far:

SEE ALSO: Sony is on the verge of announcing a new PlayStation — here are 5 crucial things it needs to do to stay on top

1. "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" is a single-player action game with some light puzzle solving.

The gameplay in "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" sounds more along the lines of "God of War" than "Star Wars Battlefront." 

"Players will use their Jedi training to create different melee combinations with an innovative lightsaber combat system and Force abilities," the game's press release says. "Players will also use traversal and other platforming abilities to strategically overcome opponents and solve puzzles in their path across this galaxy-spanning adventure."

In short: Melee-focused combat with some level of customization, in addition to special "Force" powers and movement.

 



2. It stars an entirely new character: Cal Kestis.

Spoilers for "Episode 3" ahead!

In "Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith" ("Episode 3"), a very moody Anakin Skywalker — before turning into everyone's favorite cyborg, Darth Vader — sets out to destroy the Jedi Order.

It's part of a bigger Jedi purge, known as "Order 66." Few Jedi survived the purge, but apparently the main character in "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" is one of those few.

This is Cal Kestis, played by actor Cameron Monaghan.

It's not clear how Kestis escaped the purge or how he's related to the more well-known "Star Wars" characters. What is clear is that he'll start out on a planet named "Bracca," which is entirely new for the "Fallen Order."



3. There will be some fan service, as you might expect.

Given the timing of "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order" — falling in-between the events of "Revenge of the Sith" and "A New Hope" — it's not clear which major characters could show up. Perhaps Obi-Wan Kenobi, or a burgeoning Darth Vader? We'll see!

All we know so far is what was teased in the announcement: "'Star Wars' fans will recognize iconic locations, weapons, gear, and enemies, while also meeting a roster of fresh characters, locations, creatures, droids and adversaries new to 'Star Wars.'" 



See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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