XIII New Trailer Shows Off Some of the Weapons and Gadgets

XIII Remake will feature a whole lot of classic weapons.

Microids has recently shared a brand new trailer from the remade version of XIII, detailing some of the iconic guns and gadgets you will get to use against your enemies in the game.

Shotguns, pistols, assault rifles, melee weapons, and some other ranged gadgets are all you are going to hear about in the latest trailer of XIII. Microids will bring you a varied arsenal of weapons to wipe out anyone who stands in your way. From 9 mm pistols to crossbows, and from double barrel hunting shotguns to automatic guns like M16, all will be at your service in an action-packed journey. Aside from weapons, there will also be some gadgets like grappling hooks, lock picks, and spying micros.

XIII was originally launched back in 2003 for PS2, Xbox, and PC.

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Russian cyber-attack spree shows what unrestrained internet warfare looks like

The Sandworm team of Russian military intelligence, alleged to have unleashed computer chaos against the Kremlin’s enemies around the world, is said to operate out of a blue-tinted glass skyscraper known simply as “the tower”.

From that address, 22 Kirova Street in the Moscow suburb of Khimki, the Sandworm hackers, also known more prosaically as the unit 74455 and “the main centre for special technologies”, launched attacks on the Ukrainian power system, Emmanuel Macron’s presidential bid in France in 2017, the South Korean Olympics in 2018 and the UK investigation into the 2018 Russian nerve agent attack in Salisbury.



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According to cyber security experts, the same unit was involved in the hacking of the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton’s election campaign in 2016, disguised as a hacktivist group dubbed Fancy Bear.

On Monday, US and UK authorities accused the unit

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Power Ranking The Ticket’s Other Shows, Now That It Has Absorbed ESPN’s Local Programming

You may have heard that ESPN Radio has ended its local programming. I mean, if you listen (or maybe listened) to ESPN radio, you definitely, literally have heard that. But if you don’t, maybe you saw a stray headline or something. I don’t know your life. Anyway, it has happened, and some of those local shows have migrated to The Ticket. For the shows themselves, it’s not much of a change — remembering new call letters during station IDs and that’s about it. But if you listen to The Ticket on weekends, you have likely heard some new voices or noticed a few shifts in time slots while driving around.

All of which is just a bit of throat clearing to get to what I have thought about doing previously, but now have an actual reason to do: a formal ranking of the shows on The Ticket outside of the

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Worthplaying | ‘XIII’ (ALL) Remake Shows Off Weapons And Gadgets, Delayed On Switch Until 2021

Who are you?
The country is still in shock after President Sheridan’s assassination.
You wake up injured and with amnesia on the shore of an east coast beach. The only clues about your identity are the number XIII tattooed on your collarbone and the key to a locker. Despite the memory loss, you realize not everything has been forgotten as you seem to have amazing reflexes comparable to a well-trained government agent. You will soon be on your way to uncover your past, discovering in the process your role in the murder of the US president and unveiling the most astonishing conspiracy in the country’s history.

Play as «Thirteen», a talented soldier who lost his memory and has been accused of killing the President of the United States. You wake up injured and amnesic on Brighton Beach with the only clue being a small key and a mysterious tattoo « 

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Trans-Tasman bubble travellers entitled to continue on to Melbourne, Victorian state government website shows

Travellers from New Zealand taking advantage of the trans-Tasman bubble to get to Victoria are within their rights, provided they don’t have symptoms associated with Covid-19, according to a Victorian state government website.

Premiers of Victoria and Western Australia have complained after some trans-Tasman bubble travellers arrived in their states, which are not part of the bubble arrangement, after first landing in New South Wales, which is.

Have you travelled to Australia under the trans-Tasman bubble arrangement? Please contact Stuff at newstips@stuff.co.nz.

The one-way bubble started on Friday, allowing travellers from New Zealand to arrive in NSW and Northern Territory without then having to go into managed isolation.

Friday was the first day of “travel bubble” arrangements between Australia's New South Wales and New Zealand.

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Friday was the first day of “travel bubble” arrangements between Australia’s New South Wales and New Zealand.

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Research on Event Software Shows the Use of Technology in Event Management is Growing

A recent study into the uses of event software in the event management industry shows that event organisers are embracing the use of various technologies to help plan and manage their events. The research was conducted online, during the month of November 2009. Participants were asked to rate what type of event software they use on a regular basis. The four most popular tools were:

– Email Marketing

– Online Registrations

– Online Surveys

– Event Reporting & Analysis

13% of respondents said that the use of email marketing was now one of the main event software tools being used to help manage their events. This increase in use can be attributed to the advancing sophistication of such tools, as well as their ability to provide a cost effect method of promotion during the current recession.

Email marketing can be used to promote an event beforehand, to send targeted personalised … Read More