September 27

The Epic Games Store is giving away 12 free games between now and January

first_imgEver keen to chip away at the games market The Epic Games Store has announced that it will be giving away 12 free games before January. Starting on 19th December they will be giving away a free game every day. The games on offer have yet to be revealed so you’ll have to visit the market place every day in order to claim your game.If none of the free games ends up ticking the box for you there is also a sale going on right now featuring many of the games from the recent Games Awards.Highlights of the Games Awards sale include:Borderlands 3 reduced by 34% to £32.49The Outer Worlds reduced by 25% to £37.49Control reduced by 33% to £32.15Metro Exodus reduced by 50% to £17.49Outer Wilds reduced by 20% to £15.99What the Golf? reduced by 35% to £10.39Trover Saves the Universe reduced by 20% to £19.03Anno 1800 reduced by 45% to £27.49Rainbow Six Seige reduced by 60% to £6.79The Division 2 reduced by 75% to £12.49last_img read more

September 18

St. Thomas Hands SJU First MIAC Loss

first_imgThe no.2 St. John’s University basketball team suffered just their second loss of the season and first against a MIAC opponent to the University of St. Thomas on Saturday.St. Thomas outscored St. John’s 32-25 in the first half, due in part to 58.33 percent mark when shooting from beyond the arc. The Johnnies rallied in the second half, outscoring the Tommies 41-39, but not quite overcoming their early deficit. SJU fell to UST 71-66. 1080p HD 720p HD About Connatix V56490 Auto (360p) About Connatix V56490center_img 1/1 Oakley Baker led SJU with 19 points. Jubie Alade put up 14, and Zach Hanson added 12.The Johnnies fall to 22-2 and 18-1 MIAC. SJU will close out the regular season against Bethel University on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 360plast_img read more

September 16

Bramble hundred, Rutherford cameo floors Pride

first_imgBRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Anthony Bramble’s second first class hundred underlined Guyana Jaguars’ dominance, and a late strike by seamer Raymon Reifer left Barbados Pride with a mountain to climb in their third round match of the Regional Four-Day Championship here yesterday. The right-handed Bramble stroked an unbeaten 130 as Jaguars piled up a massive 548 all out in their first innings on the second day of the high-profile fixture at Kensington Oval.Reifer struck 75 while 20-year-old Sherfane Rutherford reminded of the reasons why he was recently snapped up in the Indian Premier League by smashing an exhilarating 54 from a mere 43 balls.To add insult to injury, Clinton Pestano and Veerasammy Permaul both scored 32 at number 10 and 11 respectively, as Jaguars rammed home their advantage against the star-studded hosts. In reply, Pride ended the day on 33 for one, after left-armer Reifer had left-hander Shane Moseley caught at mid-wicket for 15 off what turned out to be the day’s final delivery.Heading into day three, Pride find themselves still requiring a further 515 runs to make up the deficit.Resuming the day on 319 for five, Guyana flourished thanks to the overnight pair of Bramble and Reifer, who extended their sixth wicket stand to 157 before being separated. Bramble, starting the day on 51, reached 85 at lunch before passing triple figures early in the second session. All told, he batted 208 deliveries in 5-½ hours at the crease and stroked 17 fours and a six. His hundred was the second of the innings, following on from opener Chandrapaul Hemraj’s 144 off 172 deliveries on Friday’s day one.last_img read more