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Total Overdose: Why The Franchise Should Revive ASAP?



You all remember the third-person shooter Total Overdose; the game was thoroughly enjoyed by the fans. The storyline and the mechanics were to the point at that time, and the game got positive reviews by the gamers.

It’s been 15 years since there is nothing new from the franchise, and now its high time to revive the franchise as soon as possible.

Total Overdose

Total Overdose could be revived in many ways, such as a possible sequel could be developed to create the hype once again, and new gamers get the chance to play the game with the introduction of modern technologies of gaming.

Is It Possible?

However, it’s totally possible that a new game could be on its way, but there are not any speculations regarding its release. So we can rule out its possibility as the project is not seriously considered by Render wire. A newer version could be a game-changer as it could compare with the likes of Max Payne and new title Control as the mechanics are pretty similar to these games.

Source: GameSpot

Remastered Version

Another way to revive the franchise is to bring a remastered version of the game. In the modern era of gaming, remastered versions play a vital role and much appreciated by the gamers population. The same storyline with improved textures and graphics, this is what games want nowadays as games nowadays lack the long storyline to complete but enriched with high-tech graphics.

So the remastered version could come to the aid to revive the franchise once again as the game desperately needs a rework. It is apparent that the game was compared with the likes of GTA at that time, and it could be a worthy contender to get remastered.

But in our opinion, the game should have its next installment with better graphics and a fresh storyline.

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BTS to release new album, BE (Deluxe Edition), in November




K-pop titans BTS have announced the release of their new album “BE (Deluxe Edition)” slated for November 20.

According to the announcement, “The new album imparts a message of healing to the world by declaring, ‘Even in the face of this new normality, our life goes on.'”

It also notes that “For this album in particular, the septet took a step further and was involved not only in the music-making process but also in the overall production: concept, composition, design, etc.,” adding that it “reflects the thoughts, emotions and deepest ruminations of BTS while working on the album. This new project offers an even richer musical spectrum experience as well as the most ‘BTS-ish’ music yet.

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K-Pop group BTS are set to release an album in November. (Getty)

The group has been sharing moments from the album’s creation on their official YouTube channel BangtanTV.

BE (Deluxe Edition) will be available worldwide at midnight EST on November 20. The album will be printed in limited quantities for first-run print only- stocks and pre-order periods may vary by retailer.

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BTS will appear on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for a weeklong special from September 28 to October 2, bringing comedy and amazing performances. BTS will also hold their online concert BTS MAP OF THE SOUL ON:E on October 10 and 11.

BTS's latest single arrived six months after the release of the group's fourth studio album, "Map of the Soul: 7.
The album imparts a “message of healing” to the world. (Getty)

Just over a month ago, the video for the group’s latest single ‘Dynamite’ broke YouTube records by scoring the most views in 24 hours in the platform’s history, officially topping 100 million in that time frame.

BTS made more history with ‘Dynamite’ by becoming the first K-pop act ever to top the Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in a row. The song represents their first English-language single, and according to Spotify, it sparked a 300 per cent increase in the number of people listening to their music for the first time.

The Fallon special will continue the marked jump in BTS appearances on US TV, which recently included a rendition of ‘Dynamite’ on America’s Got Talent.

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Everything you need to know about the chilling drama The Disappearance




In a time where streaming and TV-watching is hitting an all-time high, we’re starting to hit a wall when it comes to what to watch. When we’re not watching The Block on Channel 9, or catching up on all the steamy drama of Love Island on 9Now, sometimes we need something else to break up our favourite reality programs.

So why not give a new name a go and see if creepy drama The Disappearance does it for you? Chances are you’ll be hooked by the first episode. So here’s everything you need to know about the series that just dropped on 9Now:

What is The Disappearance all about?

As you can probably guess, the title delivers what it promises: The Disappearance is about, well… a disappearance.

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While having a treasure hunt in his backyard as a birthday celebration, 10-year-old Anthony Sullivan suddenly disappears, and the investigation by detectives, friends and family members that follows uncovers many secrets buried by his family long ago. As a result, and to help find Anthony, the family must come together in order to solve the mystery before time runs out.

The Disappearance is a chilling drama on 9Now. (9Now)

Who stars in The Disappearance?

As a Canadian production, The Disappearance stars a host of largely Canadian stars whose performances all bring this creepy drama to life.

Peter Coyote (who you may recognise from his roles in Patch Adams, A Walk to Remember or Erin Brokovich) stars as former judge Henry Sullivan, and Camille Sullivan portrays his mother Helen Murphy Sullivan.

The Disappearance is a chilling drama about a missing child. (9Now)

Also starring in the show is Aden Young, of Reckoning and The Principal, as Anthony’s father Luke Sullivan, as well as French actress Micheline Lanctôt as Lieutenant Detective Susan Bowden.

What secrets can we expect to uncover?

If you’re not after any spoilers, then you can skip this section, but if you’re someone who wants to know everything that’s going to happen (or at least a part of it, then feel free to read on!

Two years after Anthony went missing, his father Luke has formed a debilitating drinking problem, and his mother Helen suffers through the constant pangs of maternal love for a a son she may never have again, and also grapples with losing the husband she thought she knew so well.

We also discover darker secrets as Helen also reveals a sexual assault that had been perpetrated on her in the previous years, leading her to distance herself from Anthony, a reason why she blames herself for his disappearance.

What is The Disappearance based on?

The series was first developed in 2011 as a French-language television show written by Normand Daneau and Geneviève Simard, but after their production company was unable to market the project to any of Quebec’s French-language television networks they opted to translate the scripts into English, and The Disappearance was born.

When 10-year-old Anthony goes missing, his disappearance brings up old family secrets. (9Now)

How can I watch The Disappearance?

The entire first season of The Disappearance has just dropped on 9Now, which you can watch for free.


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Rihanna Dragged A Fan In Her IG Comments & If It Were Me, I’d Eject Myself Off Planet Earth




Rihanna just dragged one of her fan accounts in the comments section of her latest Instagram post, because they had the audacity to believe that wearing sunscreen is seasonal. OOFT that’s gotta hurt.

Rihanna shared the pic to promote her new skin care range Fenty Skin, which includes a 2-in-1 sunscreen and moisturiser, because the queen knows a good base is the key to flawless makeup application.

“Just protecting my melanin while they try to eradicate it” Rihanna captioned the photo, and yes we do love an advertisement that doubles as a political statement.

However, one commenter made the rookie mistake of trying to undermine Riri’s wisdom by commenting “it’s winter now.” The AUDACITY.

Rihanna then clapped TF back with the comment “It’s the ignorance for me! You gon have wrinkles if you think that spf is seasonal! But continue.” Yikes, if Rihanna said “but continue” to me I’d just quietly pass away.

Others in the comment section agree stating “and that’s on WEARING SUNSCREEN ALL YEAR LONG.”

But honestly, she’s doing the lords work educating us on the benefits of wearing SPF. Even those with melanin skin like Riri and myself need to slather on the SPF. Yes, even in winter.

“Growing up on an island, you’re exposed to the sun every day. So you always thought that SPF was a tourist thing, and especially not for Black people,” Rihanna said in an interview with Yahoo Entertainment.

“I have learned the hard way, because over time the sun wasn’t that kind to my skin and my skin was not that resilient. So I started to have hyperpigmentation in certain areas.”

The Hydra Vizor Invisible Moisturiser Broad Spectrum SPF30, is perfect for darker skin tones because it blends beautifully into the skin and doesn’t leave that NASTY white caste all of us with darker skin are way too familiar with.

Remember, as as the godess herself says, “your skin foundation is the most important foundation boo.”

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