Alberta hires liaison to help companies connect with Silicon Valley

first_imgEDMONTON – Alberta companies looking to gain a foothold in high-tech Silicon Valley now have a representative on the ground in California.Trade Minister Deron Bilous says the government has contracted with an Alberta firm that has a liaison in San Francisco.The liaison, Joanne Fedeyko, says the key to opening doors in California is getting face-to-face meetings, which is something she says she can provide given her experience with the tech industry in that state.The province is paying Fedeyko and Alberta investment firm JPC Corp. $900,000 over the next three years to provide the service, titled Connection Silicon Valley.Those services can be accessed for free by Alberta companies and the project will also work to bring Silicon Valley investment money to the province.The government has launched a number of initiatives to boost Alberta’s tech sector and diversify the economy, including tax credits and more dedicated spaces in post-secondary schools.“We need to do more to help Alberta innovators access the billions of potential investment dollars to commercialize and scale up,” Bilous said Thursday.“Now we have an Alberta presence on the ground in Silicon Valley.”Fedeyko said connections are critical in the ultra-competitive sales landscape.“You can imagine every economic development agency on the planet is there trying to access those companies,” said Fedeyko.She said it’s critical for start-up businesses to come down in person to hold meetings and build their networks.“I think companies should come down every six weeks if they’re looking to build a significant network,” she said.“The Valley really wants you to be there and participate.”The province has strong economic ties with California, with $1.8 billion in imports last year and more than $2 billion in exports.last_img read more

Bakers still wanted for the Chocolate Festival

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Chocolate Festival is seeking help from bakers and volunteers to help make this years festival a sweet success.February 9th, 2019, the Chocolate Festival is asking bakers to contribute two identical items from one of the five following categories. Cookies, candy (Boutique), squares, cakes or kids.One of the baker’s entries will be displayed for the Live Auction and the other will be offered as tiny “tasters” for the judges and patrons of the event. For more information call the NPCC; (250) 785-1992To view the FB Event Page; CLICK HERE To confirm a spot as a Bakers for the event call the North Peace Cultural Centre, (250) 785-1992.Volunteers are also required for the event and can call the NPCC if you can help on this busy day.Winners of each category will receive a blue ribbon, recognition at the event, on the North Peace Cultural Centre web site, in the media as well as free admittance to next year’s event.Proceeds from the Chocolate Festival go to supporting Children’s Art Programming in the form of the Let’s Art free art program, Playarts Preschool, and other arts programming at the North Peace Cultural Centre.The Chocolate Festival starts at 6:00 pm at the North Peace Cultural Centre. Tickets for the event are being sold at the NPCC box office. $20 per adult, $10 per child or $45 for a family of four, which includes an unlimited tasting of chocolate confections donated by home and commercial bakers.Enjoy tasting treats and bid at the silent auction table. The live auction for the baked goods begins around 6:45 pm. There is something for everyone.last_img read more

MPs Wages to Be Deducted for Each Missed Parliamentary Session

Rabat – House of Representatives president Habib El Malki has decided to impose a deduction on the wages of MPs whose absenteeism is not justified or authorized.El Malki acted in accordance with the constitutional provisions stipulated in the fifth paragraph of Chapter 69 and the internal rules requisites.The names of the absent MPs were announced during the House of Representatives’ weekly session, after they had missed three legislative sessions. Read also: Morocco To Deduct 14% from Government Salaries for Pensions in 2019The deductions will affect Mohamed Assediki of the Justice and Development Party (PJD) and the mayor of Rabat, Mohamed Mhidia, who both missed three consecutive sessions from November 14 to 16. Ahmed El Ghazoui, of the Party of Progress and Socialism (PPS), will also receive a deduction after missing the meetings of November 14, 15, and 19.Abdelaziz El Chheb, of the Independence Team for Unity and Moderation, Abdsamad Arshan, Secretary-General of the Popular Movement Party, and Rachid Elbhloul, of the Socialist Union Party, are also involved in the deductions.The amount deducted for each missed session is approximately MAD 1300. read more

Top UN sports envoy visits Gaza

Wilfried Lemke, the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser, was able to enter the Gaza Strip through the Erez crossing, which was closed yesterday.“I am deeply touched by the plight of the people of Gaza,” Mr. Lemke said after meeting young Palestinian athletes at a sports stadium in Gaza City.“Sport and play can provide the children and youth in Gaza relief from the hardship of their daily lives and bring them hope for a better tomorrow,” he added.The Special Adviser also stopped at several locations that will host the upcoming 2009 Gaza Summer Games, organized by the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), which will kick off on 21 June.The success of UNRWA and its partners in organizing the event is a testament “to their remarkable commitment and dedication,” he said, adding that “not only are the Games a source of joy and fun for the children, but they also contain a crucial income-generating component that makes a considerable difference in the current alarming lack of professional opportunities for the people of Gaza.”Over 250,000 children will take part in a series of activities during the eight-week Games in hundreds of different locations across the Strip.Last Friday, Mr. Lemke met with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, and the two men discussed the positive and lasting benefits of sport for local populations.Tomorrow, he will hold talks with UNRWA Commissioner-General Karen AbuZayd in Amman Jordan, where he will also visit a youth training camp, wrapping up a 10-day visit to the region which also took him to Qatar and Bahrain. 8 June 2009The United Nations envoy tasked with promoting sport for development visited Gaza today to explore ways to improve the daily lives of children and youth. read more

Alberta Securities Commission levies 54 million in fines in massive fraud

CALGARY – An Alberta Securities Commission panel has slapped fines totalling nearly $54 million on three Calgary businessmen and the companies they led — the largest financial penalty levied by the market watchdog in any one case.“All of the respondents were involved in perpetrating a systemic massive fraud on Alberta and other investors, involving a complicated web of domestic and offshore corporate and other entities, bank accounts and offerings,” the commission said in a release Friday.“Investment fraud is reprehensible and completely unacceptable capital-market misconduct; instances of fraud in the capital market severely threaten the public’s confidence and sense of fairness in the whole of our capital market.”The case centres around a now-defunct company called Arbour Energy, which the ASC says illegally raised $45.5 million from investors.Arbour was led by Dennis Morice, who according to the ASC decision, considered himself a “bit player” and “cog” in a scheme led by Milowe Brost and Gary Sorenson — two men charged in a separate high-profile alleged Ponzi scheme in 2009.Morice faces the smallest penalty of the three men — a $150,000 fine, an order to pay $50,000 to cover the cost of the investigation and hearing and a variety of bans.Arbour itself faces no financial penalties, but it’s been barred from trading in and purchasing securities, among other things.In its decision, the ASC said Brost’s misconduct was “the most egregious” of the three men. Brost led the The Institute For Financial Learning, which he claimed was an “information club” but the ASC contends was really used to sell investors stock in Arbour and other entities connected to Brost.Brost has been fined $3 million and ordered to pay $85,000 in costs — the second-highest fine against an individual in ASC history.IFFL must pay back $10 million of the funds it gained from the fraud and pay $85,000 in costs.“We conclude that Brost has not recognized the seriousness of his misconduct and the devastating consequences that he caused to Alberta and other investors. These circumstances heighten the need for severe sanction,” the ASC panel said in its decision.Sorenson led a private Alberta junior mining company called Merendon, which the ASC said was a “participant in — and a significant beneficiary of — a massive complex securities fraud.”The ASC said Merendon was used as a vehicle to receive and disburse investor money.“Clearly his was egregious behaviour, although not to the same extent as Brost’s and IFFL’s misconduct — Sorenson did not have the same direct contact with investors as did Brost and IFFL and was not found to have contravened multiple provisions of Alberta securities laws.”Sorenson has been fined $2 million and has been ordered to pay $70,000 in costs. Merendon must pay the $38.6 million it made from the fraud to the ASC and $70,000 in costs.In a separate case, Brost and Sorenson were arrested in 2009 for what police have called “the largest Ponzi-type scheme” in Canadian history. Investigators have said investors around the world were bilked out of $400 million. by News Staff Posted Sep 28, 2012 5:54 pm MDT Alberta Securities Commission levies $54 million in fines in ‘massive’ fraud AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

UN human rights office concerned by reports of ongoing violations in Venezuela

According to the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), national and international human rights organizations have recently published reports of violations, including purported attacks by security forces and armed groups on university premises and violent detentions of young people who are sometimes cut off from lawyers and families. “Given the seriousness of these latest reports, we urge the Venezuelan authorities to undertake prompt investigations into these allegations and to ensure that those found responsible are brought to justice,” OHCHR spokesperson, Rupert Colville, told journalists in Geneva. He underscored that the Office is prepared to assist those efforts.National human rights organizations estimate that more than 3,120 people were detained between February and May 2014. While most were detained for only short periods, the Attorney-General has confirmed that 174 individuals remain in detention, including 17 university students. In addition, since mid-February, national organizations counted at least 51 attacks on university premises, by security forces and by groups of armed civilians. “The High Commissioner has on several occasions urged the authorities to respect the rights to peaceful demonstration and assembly,” the spokesperson said on behalf of Navi Pillay. “She has also unequivocally condemned all violence by all sides, including the excessive use of force by security officials.”Mr. Colville also renewed calls on the Government of Venezuela to accept all pending visit requests by UN independent human rights experts. read more

UNbacked conference adopts measures to tackle threats to migratory waterbirds

The 6th Meeting of the Parties to the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds, which is administered by the UN Environment Programed (UNEP) and which wrapped up this past weekend in Bonn, addressed the challenges of migratory waterbirds such as storks, ducks, geese and the African Penguin, which are especially vulnerable along their often long migration routes across Africa and Eurasia.“[The Agreement] forms a bridge between Eurasia and Africa, which is indispensable for the conservation of transcontinental migrants,” Jacques Trouvilliez, Executive Secretary of Agreement, said in a news release, adding that “actions are based not only on the best scientific expertise but also on reconciling human well-being with biodiversity conservation.”For the first time in Agreement’s history, it has adopted an action plan for nine species of seabirds, involving Angola, Namibia and South Africa. Action plans for six priority species have also been adopted. The endangered Ugandan Grey Crowned Crane, among which, has suffered a 4/5 decline in the past half century.As a result, countries have agreed to launch and complement a network of marine protected areas, pledged to support the outcomes of the UN Environment Assembly (UNEA1) on marine debris, and of the UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) to comply with regulations to protect seabirds. Six priority species, facing some common threats caused by illegal hunting and wildlife trade, habitat loss, ocean pollution, with half of them only occur in Africa, have also been highlighted in the conference and reflected in the target plans. One action plan specifically aims to reverse these endangered populations decline by reducing the mortality rate of adult birds and increasing breeding success.Applauding the resolutions, one African delegate said that these actions “link to improving the livelihoods of people,” with another African expert stressing that “seabirds are sentinels of ocean health and some are signalling distress.”The Bonn meeting further discussed the impact of renewable energy on waterbirds and noted its harm to migratory waterbirds, if not properly installed. Windfarms and hydropower plants located along major migration routes, for example, can have lethal effects. Bycatch and depletion of prey through fisheries, invasive land species, ingestion of microplastics, climate change, among others, are main threats to the seabirds, according to the news release. The 6th Session of the Meeting of the Parties to the Agreement on the Conservation of African-Eurasian Migratory Waterbirds (AEWA MOP6) was held from 9 to 14 November 2015 in Bonn, Germany. Over 200 delegates from party states, observer states, intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations attended the conference.As the only inter-governmental treaty administered by UNEP, AEWA is dedicated to the conservation and sustainable use of migratory waterbirds and their habitats throughout their range. 2015 also marks its 20th Anniversary. read more

Global problems need global solutions UN officials tell ministers at development forum

“Solidarity and working together is more important than ever,” Frederick Musiiwa Makamure Shava, the President of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), told the opening of the high-level segment of the Council’s 2017 session, which coincides with the three-day ministerial meeting of the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF). He noted that more than 767 million people lived in extreme poverty, according to 2013 figures cited by the UN. In addition, inequalities remain deep, conflicts and terrorism threaten humanity, and global temperatures are on the rise.“Multilateralism is based on the recognition that we cannot overcome these – and other – global challenges in isolation,” Mr. Shava underscored. “Collective support for the poor and most vulnerable is in the interest of all of us.”Also speaking at the opening, Secretary-General António Guterres noted the interlinkages between sustainable and inclusive development, conflict prevention and natural disaster preparedness. One of the main stressors on the world, he said, is climate change, impacting global megatrends – such as population growth, climate change, food insecurity, water scarcity, and chaotic urbanization in certain parts of the world.He urged the more than 70 ministers and other senior government officials participating in the Forum to recommit to the Paris Agreement and its implementation: “This is something that I believe is very important not only because of its absolute need for mankind and the future of the planet but because it is also the right and smart thing to do.” In his speech, Mr. Guterres also urged developed countries to abide by their commitments in relation to official development aid, while at the same time noting that this is not enough to fund the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). “We need to create conditions to help States be able to mobilise more their own resources,” he said, citing the need for tax reforms and fighting money laundering and the illicit flows of capital. This year’s meeting, the second since the adoption of the new development agenda in 2015, is on the theme of ‘Eradicating poverty and promoting prosperity in a changing world.’ In addition to the high-level discussions, this year’s Forum, which began on 10 July and will run through Wednesday, includes discussions on the challenges and gaps in reaching the development agenda in 44 countries that volunteered to give progress reports, and more than 120 side events related to the SDGs.To achieve the Goals, the “essential ingredient is partnership,” said Peter Thomson, President of the 71st session of the General Assembly, at the opening of the 2017 Partnership Exchange, which is being held as part of the Forum.Mr. Thomson urged “effective collaboration and partnerships between governments, private sector, civil society, local authorities, schools, universities and our communities.”He echoed the Secretary-General’s call for critical funding, from development assistance as well as private financing, and also highlighted collaboration in technology and innovation, and the need to raise awareness about the development agenda.“The 2030 Agenda is a new social contract for the world,” said Mr. Thomson. “As such, global consciousness must be raised to its contents, to its transformative message and to what I see as a set of individual rights and responsibilities that emerge from it.” UN Secretary-General António Guterres addresses the audience. High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development. Photo: UN Photo/ Manuel Elias read more

Memorial Day tech deals you dont want to miss

first_imgWhat’s better than having a three-day-long weekend? Memorial Day sales, of course! The bargains offered during Memorial Day weekend aren’t necessarily as good as those offered during Christmas and Black Friday, but they’re still worth checking out. If you’re too busy grilling and laying around in the pool to hit the mall, there are plenty of online stores that are offering superb deals. We picked out a few of the best ones so you don’t have to spend your entire long-weekend sifting through all the sales.AmazonWirelessWe already told you about the great deal on the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play PlayStation phone with $10 Amazon Appstore credit, but AmazonWireless is also offering a plethora of other great deals like the Google Nexus S 4G for $49.99, down from $199.99; the HTC Thunderbolt for $129.99, down from $249.99;the T-Mobile G2x for $99.99, down from $199.99; and the HTC Inspire 4G for 1 cent, down from $99.99.AdChoices广告TargetTarget is offering some great deals on game systems and games. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood is on sale for $29.99 (Xbox 360, PS3, PC), which is $10 off. You can also save $10 off of SOCOM 4 and Portal 2. If you’re looking for something a little bigger, you can get a free $50 Target GiftCard when you buy a 4GB Xbox 360 game system for $199.99.DellDell is offering up to 25 percent off of select Dell Inspiron laptops from now until May 30. You can grab the Inspiron 15R (N5010) for $499.99 shipped, down from $659.99. It has an IntelCore i3-380M processor, 4GB DDR3, 500GB 5400RPM hard drive, and a 720p LED display.iPhone/iPad AppsMemorial Day weekend isn’t just about buying new computers and gaming consoles, it also brings us deals on apps. Many app vendors have lowered their prices or made them free during the weekend. Make sure to take a look around the iTunes App Store to see what kind of sales are going on. One sale is Plants vs. Zombies for iPad is on sale for $1.99 down from $6.99. Tower Madness for iPhone (normally $4.99) and Tower Madness HD for the iPad are both free, as well is Scene It? Movies 2 HD for the iPad.InvisibleSHIELDIf you own a smartphone, iPod, or iPad, you know how easy it is to scratch up that screen. InvisibleSHIELD protects not only the screen of your device but also the body, so you won’t get any scratches on the back of your iPhone if you don’t have a case for it. You can literally take a key to it and try to scratch it, but the InvisibleSHIELD does a good job at protecting your phone. InvisibleSHIELD is offering 50 percent off purchases sitewide, and it’ll even throw in a free pack of Zaggwipes. The sale ends May 31.LenovoLenovo is offering deals on both laptops and desktops. The actual Memorial Day sale focuses on ThinkPad laptops, offering up to 15 percent off in the series. The ThinkPad X220 is on sale for just $781.15 down from its list price of $1,365 with coupon code MEMORIALDAY. Also on sale is the ThinkCenter M desktop series for 20 percent off. The desktops are energy efficient, and are made up of up to 42 percent post-consumer content. The ThinkCenter M deal is valid through June 15 with coupon code CAPTHINKCENTRE20.CreativeLabsCreative is offering 25 percent off storewide between now and May 30. On sale is the Live! Cam Socialize HD AF Webcam, which produces 10-megapixel photos and 720p video. It also has visual ad voice effects. Normally $66.99, the webcam is on sale for $44.99. For the gamers out there, Creative is offering its Fatal1ty Gaming Headset for $37.49 down from $49.99.Know of any other good deals happening this weekend? Please share them with us in the comments below! Happy three-day weekend!Photo via Really Naturallast_img read more

Microsoft is working on a 3D holographic avatar system for Skype

first_imgSkype is already the most popular VOIP and videoconferencing app in the world, but there’s plenty of room for new features. Next on the agenda: adding support for fully interactive, 3D holographic telepresence.Yes, Microsoft wants to beam your virtual self over the wire so that your video chats are that much more like actually being there. Microsoft says the goal is to project a “realistic body-double…that gives the remote worker a true seat at the table.” The avatar would be able to scan the room visually, turn and have a sidebar with a neighbor, and, who knows, perhaps even dish out a ghostly high-five.The company has posted a new job listing for a software developer that can help lead the project. Unsurprisingly, experience with Windows RT and Windows 8 are key, and Lync and Skype development chops are a definite bonus, too.The ad also notes that this particular position will be responsible for “productizing ideas and code from Microsoft Research.” That’s an important mention, because it hints that this effort will be based on the Viewport project.Microsoft Research announced Viewport last April. The goal was to create a shared virtual environment for immersive telecommunication using infrared dot projection.Ultimately, the effect would be similar to what CNN demonstrated during the 2008 U.S. election when correspondent Jessica Yellin’s avatar was beamed on stage to chat with bearded bad boy Wolf Blitzer… or the innumerable long-distance face-to-face conversations you’ve seen in sci-fi movies over the years.Just think, in a few more years, you may be able to sit in on that dreadful weekly productivity meeting from the comfort of your own office — rather than having to stuff yourself into a sweaty conference room.last_img read more

Van Dijk was amazed by the Liverpool fans

first_imgLiverpool made it to the Champions League finals and Virgil Van Dijk admitted that it goes mostly down to their amazing fans as they had a huge impact in both semifinal games against AS Roma.The Dutch international spoke about his side’s last game when they managed to secure the Champions League final game despite losing 4-2 in Roma – and he also insisted that the final game will be difficult and anything can happen there.The former Southampton player claimed that he wants to win the final game, according to The Sport Review:“It can get bigger, obviously, with the final, but it’s fantastic to reach the final and [with] all the hard work everyone put in.”divock origi, liverpoolReport: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…“If you look at the fans as well, how outstanding they were – it has been crazy.”“If you look at the goals we conceded, the first one is a bit of a crazy one and then the pen and everything… so it was obviously a bit of a rollercoaster.”“But we are human beings so it was going to be difficult, and it might be that we finish the job [in Kiev].”last_img read more

Will SDSU pay fair market value for the Mission Valley stadium site

first_img Steve Bosh, November 14, 2018 Will SDSU pay fair market value for the Mission Valley stadium site? Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: SDSU West, Stadium Site FacebookTwitter Steve Bosh 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsMISSION VALLEY (KUSI) – On election day, San Diego voters gave San Diego State University the opportunity to expand its campus on the Mission Valley site. The next step is a negotiation to determine the price to be paid for the land, along with anything that could reduce that price, like tearing down the stadium if that’s part of the deal.KUSI’s Steve Bosh has the details. Posted: November 14, 2018last_img read more

Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone dance to Balam Pichkari to mark Yeh

first_imgYeh Jawaani Hai Deewani 6 years: Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone dance to Balam PichkariInstagramRanbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone broke up ages ago and the pretty actress is now married to actor Ranveer Singh, but fans think her onscreen pairing is the best with Ranbir. So, when Deepika shared an Instagram story this afternoon with her dancing with Ranbir, we couldn’t have enough of it! Take a look at the video below.Even after their break-up, Ranbir and Deepika remained friends and sometimes they went out on a friendly movie date when she was still single. The two went on to star in two films post their break-up, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani (2013) and Tamasha (2015). They first starred together in Yash Raj Films’ Bachna Ae Haseeno (2008).To mark the six years of the release of Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Deepika posted a dance video that shows the two shaking a leg on a popular song from the film, Balam Pichkari. Deepika shared an Instagram story, where she is with Ranbir inside a vanity van. The actress is seen shaking a leg to Balam Pichkari, the chartbuster song from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, with Ranbir joining in the fun.The video was taken at 64th Filmfare Awards night in Mumbai on March 23, 2019, wherein Ranveer Singh and Vicky Kaushal too had later joined them in the act. In fact, one can hear Ranveer Singh cheering Ranbir and Deepika, as they dance. Take a look at the picture and the Instagram video below! Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukone dance to Balam Pichkari.InstagramThere are talks of a new film starring Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone, to be helmed by Luv Ranjan. But this has not been confirmed yet. Ranbir and Deepika recently were part of a commercial shoot together and their chemistry both on screen and behind-the-scenes is still crackling!Recently, there was also news that Ranbir Kapoor along with his girlfriend Alia Bhatt will be on a sponsored trip with Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone as part of an endorsement deal. Well, that should be fun! If we love the chemistry of Ranbir and Deepika, we also love the chemistry between Ranveer Singh and Alia Bhatt in the recent film Gully Boy (2019) and also their ads for MakeMyTrip.Wouldn’t it be great if these four actors are in a film together? Looks like it may just happen, considering they are all buddies now. Meanwhile, watch the video below of Ranbir and Deepika break into a dance to Balam Pichkari from Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani!last_img read more

Mortal Kombat 11 Story Trailer Goes Back To The Future

first_img Trade In Your Nintendo Switch For a Better Battery (With a Catch)Get Used to ‘Fortnite’s’ Powerful Mech Suits Stay on target NetherRealm Studios has built up a reputation for being best in class when it comes to single-player story modes in fighting games. Yeah Mortal Kombat is just about colorful ninjas killing each, but it’s presented with such cinematic production value and seamless integration of of gameplay that it puts competitors to shame. So while we’re pretty stoked to check out the new fighting gameplay mechanics of Mortal Kombat 11, we’re equally excited to see how its plot wraps up the reboot trilogy.The answer? Time travel. See for yourself in this new story trailer.When Mortal Kombat rebooted in 2011 under its new WB masters, the plot itself reflected this redo. The events of Mortal Kombat 2011 effectively created a new timeline only Raiden was aware of, hopefully to prevent to game’s roster from becoming that bloated with dumb characters again. At the time this just felt like an excuse to do a remixed retelling of the original Mortal Kombat games and go forwarded afresh from there. The sequel Mortal Kombat X featured some elements from Mortal Kombat 4, like villain Shinnok, but it was mostly its own thing.AdChoices广告However, Mortal Kombat 11 seems to deal with the consequences of these ongoing time travel shenanigans. As the final boss of the game, time goddess Kronika wants to rewind history to undo Raiden’s now morally ambiguous meddling. To stop the heroes of Earthrealm she recruits a resurrected Shao Kahn to lead Outworld armies in exchange for rewards in the new new timeline. Cypher in The Matrix basically.Fortunately for fans of Mortal Kombat history, all this back to the future nonsense is also the in-game excuse for all sorts of different versions of new and old characters to appear from across the multiverse. Young Johnny Cage asks for a jetpack. Living Scorpion fights Zombie Scorpion. It looks like we see a Raiden who’s less of a jerk. And this trailer confirms some returning playable characters like evil cowboy Erron Black and kombat kids Cassie Cage and Jacqui Briggs.Time travel stories are notorious for being huge messes. But what is Mortal Kombat if not a huge, fun, bloody mess? Set your clocks for Mortal Kombat 11, launching April 23 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. Pre-order for beta access later this month. And for more on fighting games check out this year’s EVO lineup and read our exhaustive history of the genre.last_img read more

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MTA marital bliss in Noumea

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