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"I will bring myself sexual pleasure later, while thinking about this with great respect." With Dragon Age: Inquisition's release now less than a month away, the game's ESRB rating has been posted, and it's a doozy. Via Kotaku, the role-playing game has received an M rating for blood, violence, strong language, nudity, and sexual content. ESRB ratings are often funny/strange/bizarre to read without the context of playing the game, and this is no different for Inquisition. Regarding Inquisition's sexual scenes, the ESRB reveals some of the most bizarre pillow talk we've ever seen in gaming. Here's how the ESRB sums it up (emphasis added): "The game includes some sexual material: a female character briefly depicted in front of a man's torso (fellatio is implied); characters depicted topless or with exposed buttocks while lying in bed or after sex; some dialogue referencing sex/sexuality (e.g., 'I will bring myself sexual pleasure later, while thinking about this with great respect' and 'The way your t*ts bounce when I pin your arms and take you on the side of the bedâ€¦'). The words 'f**k,' 'sh*t,' and 'a*shole' appear in dialogue." The ESRB rating also reveals that Inquisition will make the most of its M rating in terms of violence. According to the rating, we'll see cutscenes where characters get impaled or have their throats slit. Other violent sequences will highlight cries of pain, gurgling/gushing sounds, and "large blood-splatter effects." Inquisition launches November 18 for PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation 4. BioWare recently confirmed that the game will run at 1080p on PS4 and 900p on Xbox One. Inquisition was originally targeted to launch a full year ago, but has since been delayed twice. November 18 is shaping up to be a busy day for high-profile new releases, as the Xbox One and PS4 versions of Grand Theft Auto V and WWE 2K15 are due to launch on that day, alongside Far Cry 4, Escape Dead Island, LittleBigPlanet 3, and Watch Dogs for Wii U. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
The Walking Dead returns in a little over a month to continue its domination of the TV airwaves. When last we saw our band of survivors in the zombie apocalypse, they had been rooted from their prison stronghold by the invading forces of the The Governor, and spent the latter half of season 4 scattered in odd pair groups along the road to the last bastion town called â€œTerminus.â€ When (most of) the group finally did arrive at the supposed safe-haven, they were quickly herded up and locked away, like cattle on their way to an abattoir.The Walking Dead season 5 trailer released duringComic-Con 2014 showed a more complicated resolution tothe season 4 finale. Rickâ€™s band of survivors apparently band together with the Terminus group, in the hope of getting Dr. Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt) to Washington, D.C., where he can supposedly cure the zombie outbreak. Of course, Rick and Co. arenâ€™t the most trusting of individuals at this point; them traveling with a rival gang (who may or may not be cannibals) is going to bring some tensions to the surface, to say the least. AMC has released a new Walking Dead season 5 poster, which illustrates what kind of tense new season weâ€™re in for: CLICK FOR FULL SIZE While at Comic-Con 2014, we sat down with the cast and creators of The Walking Dead and talked about the season 5 arc (16 episodes in two halves) â€“ including how the presence of a much bigger mission (saving the world) will affect the pace of a show that has â€“ until now â€“ been concerned with day-to-day survival. Walking Dead comic book creator (and show executive producer) Robert Kirkman claims that the change in formula may be something of a shock to some fans; however, at this stage in the showâ€™s life (season 5), the cast and crew are wholly unafraid of going for something ambitiously different: Robert Kirkman: This mission â€“ youâ€™re talking about the mission to Washington? I mean youâ€™re doing season 5 â€“ do you really want to see another season of people, you know, just surviving and fighting zombies? No! Thatâ€™s not we want to do. Iâ€™m really proud of the show for the fact that it is so successful, but never at any point has anyone at any level of this operation said, â€œNo thatâ€™s working, donâ€™t change it.â€ And I think thatâ€™s what most people would do; but weâ€™re always taking risks, weâ€™re always taking chances, and weâ€™re always moving forward and doing cool stuff. And yeah, there are going to be episodes that are vastly different, you know? There are going to be times youâ€™re watching season 5 and go, â€œWhat is this show? Like this is crazy! I canâ€™t believe theyâ€™re doing this!â€ But thatâ€™s what weâ€™re after â€“ thatâ€™s what keeps people engaged and excited and keeps people watching. And if not, weâ€™ll just have them kill zombies again and thatâ€™s all theyâ€™ll do. Because if itâ€™s working weâ€™re not going to break it. â€˜Walking Deadâ€™ Creator Robert Kirkman Walking Dead producer Gale Anne Hurd also addressed the mission to Washington â€“ and how the introduction of hope for a cure will balance out the doom and gloom of the series â€“ which was especially dark and depressing throughout most of season 4: Gale Anne Hurd: Yes, absolutely. There is that oscillation. We donâ€™t want a show thatâ€™s so doom and gloom that it feels as if there is no hope. If there is no hope, then why are we watching? Why are the characters still hoping against hope? â€¦You know, I think hope is essential. As a species we need hope. Because weâ€™re beyond animals â€“ weâ€™re not just, â€œHow do we eat today? Where do we sleep today?â€ They [the survivors] have gotten to that level as well (â€œHow do we eat, how do we sleep safely?â€), but thatâ€™s not enough for humanity. What they need is hope. They need hope. I donâ€™t know of another animal that will probably knowingly and knowledgeably commit suicide â€“ and you can give up as a hero. But our characters have each other to live for. And sometimes we need to rescue â€“ like one of our characters is missing (Beth), and that can be enough drive. Or it can be â€œI have a familyâ€ (whether itâ€™s baby Judith and Carl) â€“ or itâ€™s a community of people who didnâ€™t know each other before. Thatâ€™s all family. And theyâ€™re living to find a safe haven for their family â€“ as well as the potential hope that thereâ€™s a cure out there. This all supposes that the hope driving the expedition from Terminus to Washington, D.C. is a lasting and fruitful one. (I.e., that Eugene can survive long enough to make it there â€“ and then, deliver the hope he is dangling overhead.) But as so often is the case with The Walking Dead, just as the characters (and subsequently we, the viewers) begin to believe in a brighter day, something horrific (like a major character death â€“ or some act of violence so gruesome it gives us nightmares) pops up and reminds us that nothing is sweet and lovely in the world after the dead have risen. http://screenrant.com/walking-dead-season-5-posters-interviews-kirkman-glenn-maggie/
Little Big Town â€” they're just like us! Although the country quartet's members may be country stars, they still get nervous around other big stars, at least when a television camera is turned on. For the second year in a row, the group composed of Karen Fairchild, Jimi Westbrook, Kimberly Schlapman and Phillip Sweet host ABC's CMA Music Fest: Country's Night to Rock, which required them to interview their country colleagues. "It's different. We never get to do anything on that side," Schlapman says. "We got to interview Tim McGraw â€” we were horrible." Fairchild doesn't sugarcoat it either. "Now we have great respect for what y'all do," she tells Rolling Stone Country. "We clammed up like two 12-year-old girls in there." The nervousness wasn't just limited to the ladies, either. Westbrook thought his interview with Luke Bryan would be a cake-walk, so to speak. "The camera adds a whole different element to that," he said. "I had to interview Luke and I thought, 'That's cool, we're friends, we hang out, we go to after-parties,' but with a camera there I start thinking about other things, like, where do I put my hands? Where does the [microphone] go? And I think, 'How does [Entertainment Tonight host] Nancy O'Dell do it?'" All and all, though, the "Day Drinkingâ€ singers, who also perform during the show, wouldn't trade their CMA Fest hosting duties for anything. "What's not to love?" Fairchild says of the festival, held every June in Nashville. "It's 60,000 country music fans in our hometown." CMA Music Fest: Country's Night to Rock airs tonight, August 5th, at 8 p.m. ET on ABC and features performances by Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Jason Aldean and more.
Why Are Porn Perfomers Scared to Talk About Internet Piracy? Most people affected by piracy are very happy to point the finger at sites like The Pirate Bay, but what if people were too scared to talk about the sites where their content is being made available illegally? What if, in some strange world, the sites hosting the pirated videos were the ones paying for the content in the first place? Internet porn is big â€“ extremely big â€“ and one of the reasons often cited for the rapid growth of the Internet. Every second there is an average of 28,258 Internet users watching porn online, together accounting for an estimated 35% of Internet downloads. Over the past few years, porn industry claims that its very existence has become threatened by piracy have only increased. In addition to the hundreds of torrent sites offering content for no charge, a new type of site has emerged offering a staggering and immediately accessible range of content, at an entry price of absolutely free. Due to their similarity with YouTube, these sites are known as â€˜tubeâ€™ sites. They operate in much the same way as YouTube, with content being uploaded by their users for viewing by others. The space is dominated by giants including YouPorn and Pornhub, sites which have been heavily criticized due to the endless quantities of unauthorized content they host. But in the ever-evolving adult industry, things are not what they seem. Tube giant takeover â€˜Mindgeekâ€™ may not sound familiar to everyone, but this is the new name for one of the biggest companies in the adult industry. Formerly known as Manwin, Mindgeek is a huge company that has scooped up some of the biggest tube sites in the world including YouPorn, Pornhub, Tube8, XTube, RedTube, ExtremeTube and SpankWire to name a few. All in all, Mindgeek is reported to be one of the top three consumers of bandwidth in the world. While Mindgeek sites act within the law by operating an efficient DMCA process that removes user-uploaded content at the request of copyright holders, many adult producers and performers feel that the sites are hitting their bottom line. But while that might be true for some, for others a much more complex situation is emerging. A report this week from ABC showed the news outlet attempting to solicit comments from adult industry performers. However, when the topic turned to piracy on tube sites, suddenly they didnâ€™t want to talk. â€œI canâ€™t talk about THAT part,â€ said one actress walking away from the camera. â€œI really donâ€™t want to say anything because I donâ€™t want them to ban me.â€ â€œThemâ€ in this context is Mindgeek, the operator of the tube sites offering unauthorized copies of porn movies uploaded by their users. So why are these actresses scared to talk about Mindgeek and what possible control could it have over them? Spending tube money After making huge quantities of cash via its tube sites, Manwin/Mindgeek bought up several top studios including Brazzers, Digital Playground, Mofos, MyDirtyHobby and Twistys. The company also sucked up the Reality Kings brand and became an online partner of Playboy. This means that some of the performers complaining about piracy on tube sites are actually being paid by the company running them. â€œSome people have asked me why iâ€™m being a hypocrite and working for [Mindgeek companies],â€ one actress told ABC. â€œAs a performer, boycotting these companies is not going to take any time, money or anything away from them because if I say no there are another hundred blondes who are willing to do it.â€ Providing yet another twist, the report also shows adult actress and outspoken piracy critic Tasha Reign arranging to have one of her illegally uploaded videos taken down from Mindgeek-owned PornHub. Reign then admits that she too works for Mindgeek. â€œItâ€™s like weâ€™re stuck between a rock and a hard place in a way, because if I want to shoot content then I kinda have to shoot for [Mindgeek] because thatâ€™s the company that books me because they ownâ€¦almostâ€¦everything,â€ Reign says. In the meantime, itâ€™s reported that a new porn video is made in the United States every 39 minutes. How many will be produced by Mindgeek companies or distributed via their tube sites remains to be seen, but in any event the company could be making money at one end, the other, or intriguingly â€“ both ends at once. ABC US News | ABC Business News