State of Decay 2 – Gameplay Launch Trailer

[XBOX SOUND] So what’s your secret? How do you guys survive out here? You need to play to your strengths. I build so shelter tops my list You’ve got to withstand the elements. No matter how unnatural. I think the key is hard work. When you add value, you have something to trade and everybody…

Assassin’s Creed III Remastered: Revisiting a Revolution for the Series | Gameplay | Ubisoft [NA]

[THUMPING] [SWISH] NARRATOR: The American Revolution reignites on March 29, when “Assassin’s Creed III Remastered” brings Connor, Aveline, and a whole lot of frontier stealth action to Xbox One, PS4, and PC, and on May 21 to Nintendo Switch. Connor and Aveline’s adventures through colonial America are getting the 4K treatment on compatible platforms, along…

How did Rio De Janeiro get to host the Olympics?

The 2016 summer Olympics may seem like a long way off, but for host city Rio de Janeiro there is not a minute to waste. Rio has a lot of work to do to get ready and topping the list is an out of control crime rate. The city even wants to hire former New…

History of The 1936 Olympic Games | Hitler’s Olympics

Well, of course you don’t remember, unless you are over 80. But he did! Adolf Hitler was no sport’s fan, after-all he was really just an art school failure turned writer. But Propaganda Minister and ancient vampire Joseph Goebbels convinced him that the 1936 Olympics were the best way to show the new Nazi Germany…

Sports – The Idiot’s Guide to Smart People

[narrator] Hello, Idiots! Welcome to the Idiot’s Guide to Smart People. Today’s topic is sports. Following sports is one of the all-time greatest idiot pastimes. [1. Pranks, 2. Casual Racism, 3. Sports] To enjoy the game, you only need to do two things, yell and drink beer, which just happen to be your only two…

The Special Olympics Kennedy-Shriver Legacy

Throughout history we can point to men and women who change the way we think and the way we live. In 1962 Eunice Kennedy Shriver launched Special Olympics from her own backyard, inviting kids with intellectual disabilities to test their sporting talents. Today her son Tim drives the organization. But he hasn’t simply taken over…