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    Seems like most of Spike Chunsoft's games are on sale. ZERO ESCAPE TRILOGY especially seems like a good deal @84% off. https://store.steampowered.com/sale/spike-chunsoft/
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    https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/product/gnog/home GNOG is currently free on Epic Game Store. https://freebies.indiegala.com/myrne-the-quest/ Myr.ne: The Quest is currently free on IndieGala.
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    It still has a few fillers, but yeah instead of going into a massive filler hell or padding the canon out to a snails pace, Fairy Tail played it smart by taking a break and coming back a few years later when there was more manga to adapt.
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    Fact of the Day - ELEVATORS Did you know... that the first elevators may have appeared in ancient Greece? They were invented by the mathematician Archimedes around 235 BC and used a system of pulleys and winches. Some believe elevators may have been around even longer than that, as archaeologists have found shafts that might have been used for elevators by several ancient civilizations. Elevators were definitely present in the Roman Coliseum, and small basket elevators were used to transport people and goods up to mountain monasteries during the Middle Ages. The inventions of hydraulics and electricity brought about the first modern elevators. In 1852, American inventor Elisha Graves Otis created the first safety device that prevented the cabin from falling if the main cable broke. The device was demonstrated in New York’s Crystal Palace in 1854. The first passenger elevator was installed in 1857, but it wasn’t until the 1870s that elevators began showing up in office buildings. German inventor Werner von Seimer built the first electric elevator in 1880. According to Fast Co. Design, elevators were once called movable rooms. “They featured chandeliers and elaborate furniture and carpeting. Passengers sat down and got comfortable before being catapulted onto another floor.” It was once thought that vertical travel could make you sick. There was actually a condition called “elevator sickness” which was thought to be caused by the sudden movement of internal organs when the elevator stopped. Before elevators, the upper floors of a house or hotel were reserved for servants or low-rent tenants, who were stuck having to walk up flights of stairs. The advent of elevators meant the rich could easily travel to upper floors. They realized the view from the top was amazing, which led to the concept of the penthouse. Without elevators, we wouldn’t have the famous skylines of places like New York, Chicago, and other cities around the world with immense skyscrapers. Every building would be no more than 5 or 6 stories tall. Elevators have truly transformed our modern world.
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    Crunchyroll and VIZ Media announced a home video and electronic sell-through distribution deal that will bring anime titles to fans across the U.S. and Canada. Through this deal, VIZ Media will now distribute select Crunchyroll series and upcoming acquisitions through home video and EST. “VIZ Media, in partnership with Warner Home Entertainment, is responsible for distributing some of the biggest titles in anime. This partnership will ensure maximum exposure and monetization for our content partners’ IPs and empower us to super-serve anime fans across North America,” said Sae Whan Song, head of business development for Crunchyroll. “We’re looking forward to working with VIZ Media to broaden our distribution and to offer our fans another way to enjoy their favorite series.” “With Crunchyroll’s expansive catalog of anime in every genre and VIZ Media’s demonstrated success in sales and distribution, we’re excited to join forces to deliver the best titles to viewers any way they want to view it,” says Brian Ige, Sr. Vice President, Animation, VIZ Media.
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