The “UNION OF ALLIED SYSTEMS” No Man’s Sky Civilization Trailer

The “UNION OF ALLIED SYSTEMS” No Man’s Sky Civilization Trailer

Welcome, to the Union of Allied Systems. The UAS is a No Man’s Sky Player Civilization spanning 4 regions in space and bleeding out into the outer regions. We have twin Capitals with Londinium located in the White Sun system of the Puikun Spur also known as UAS1 and Sihnon located in the Bai Hu […]

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CGR Undertow – SID MEIER’S CIVILIZATION V review for PC

CGR Undertow – SID MEIER’S CIVILIZATION V review for PC

When one stares into the face of a Sid Meier game, one stares into the face of history. The whole of human achievement, wrapped up in a pretty little parcel and thrust, forcefully but graciously, onto the stage of your PC. Within the course of one quote unquote “GAME” you’re dealing with everything from the […]

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Skylines Transformed | The B1M

Skylines Transformed  | The B1M

The construction industry shapes our world. In no other place is this more pronounced than in our cities, where cultural and economic factors drive extreme development. Over centuries, our cities have grown, evolved, risen, and reformed to become the thriving hubs that billions of us call home today. But some have been on more radical […]

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CGR Undertow – SID MEIER’S CIVILIZATION REVOLUTION review for PlayStation 3

There are some things PCs can do that console games shouldn’t. Call it division of labor, argue over superiority, I don’t care. And sure, while there’s been some cross-contamination that worked well – Goldeneye wresting dominance in the FPS sector, or the Super Nintendo version of SimCity which was pretty decent, or even the controller-optimized […]

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National Museum of African American History & Culture Façade – 2017 Award of Merit

National Museum of African American History & Culture Façade – 2017 Award of Merit

The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the newest Smithsonian museum, occupying the last building site on the National Mall in Washington DC. The building is wrapped in 3,600 bronze-finish decorative panels that form a corona, inspired by the three-tiered crowns used in Yoruban art. As the only non-white building on the […]

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