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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Tesla and NHTSA have confirmed that a recall has been issued on some Model Y vehicles over a trailer brake light failure.
The good news is that the fix is an over-the-air software update.
NHTSA describes the problem related to the tow package in an update:
Tesla, Inc. (Tesla) is recalling certain 2020 Model Y vehicles equipped with a global rear lamp and tow package configuration. A software error prevents the illumination of trailer brake lights. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 108, “Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated Equipment.”
They believe that the issue affects 2,567 Model Y electric SUVs produced this year.
Tesla can apparently fix the issue through a software update:
“Tesla will notify owners, and has released the firmware update over-the-air (OTA) to vehicles as of September 23, 2020. Owners may contact Tesla customer service at
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For years, Hampton has wanted to relocate a noisy outdoor shooting range near Rip Rap Road in the otherwise sleepy Old Northampton section.
It was costly and finding the right location without having the same issue was a challenge.
The owner of the “war-games” simulation company Threat Tec at 34 Research Drive in the Langley Business Park sought to expand the business by adding an indoor shooting range.
It seemed like a match made in the heavens.
Last year, the Hampton City Council give its blessing to rezone the area to make way for a new venue, called GunSmoke, on a 10.5-acre parcel on Magruder Boulevard, adjacent to the existing property.
But last month during a Sept. 23 public hearing, the Hampton City Council unanimously OK’d a use permit for owner Jim Crawford to set up an indoor shooting range inside a trailer, instead.
“That has been a concern to