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Extra Shay: SHAY PLAYS BLADE SYMPHONY 

Steam did a thing this weekend where they gave a trial version of a bunch of stupid games for free and so I made a huge mistake and fucked up my life. Here’s Blade Symphony, in typical Shay fashion where I had no fucking idea what I was doing. This game ruined my life. Apologies for not uploading a video on Saturday, here’s something to make up for it. Don’t hate me. I love you. <333

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How Marvel’s “Agents of SHIELD” is Setting Up for “Inhumans” in the MCU

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Or, “Man, I Thought That Looked Familiar”

WARNING: Mild spoilers for “Agents of SHIELD.”

For a long time now, murmurs of the word “Inhuman” have circulated through the MCU fandom, particularly surrounding Marvel Comics’ recent Inhuman reboot, Vin Diesel’s tease that he may be playing Black Bolt, and the fact that Fox currently holds all rights to the term “mutants” (thereby excluding this element from the MCU). However, none of that is quite as convincing as what’s going down on Marvel’s “Agents of SHIELD” — and here’s why.

To convince you to keep reading below the cut, here’s my biggest piece of evidence: Coulson’s alien writing. Now, ever since he discovered that it’s experimentation with alien blood that resurrected him, he’s taken to carving a strange “alien” language, as follows:

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I’ve been puzzling over this for some time now, because I thought it looked familiar but I couldn’t remember where I’d seen that before because I read a lot of different comics. But then it hit me:

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Look closely at the first few letters, particularly “INHU.” Although they certainty aren’t identical, there are a lot of similarities between the symbols in the logo and Coulson’s writing.

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EA is giving away Dragon Age: Origins for free on PC
Origins is the first game in the Dragon Age series, having launched on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC back in 2009. It was very well-received upon its release, earning a 9.5 in our review thanks to its enjoyable combat and excellent story. This free copy of Origins comes in time to give you just over a month to play it before the arrival of Inquisition, the third game in the Dragon Age series.
Get more info on the offer here

gamespot:

EA is giving away Dragon Age: Origins for free on PC

Origins is the first game in the Dragon Age series, having launched on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC back in 2009. It was very well-received upon its release, earning a 9.5 in our review thanks to its enjoyable combat and excellent story. This free copy of Origins comes in time to give you just over a month to play it before the arrival of Inquisition, the third game in the Dragon Age series.

Get more info on the offer here