Up until the finale, none of the crimes or incidents intersected with the recorded historical events of 2077. Now we have the Theseus event, a terrorist attack that Kiera and most of Liber8 may be too young to remember directly, but it's the first time our heroes (or villains) have a chance to change history and know for a fact that they have done so. So did they?
Whether it's Kiera's confessions to a delirious Carlos, Julian's deception of his family, Alec's pretending not to know Kiera, or the VPD's lack of understanding that Roland was a hostage, miscommunication takes its toll on almost everyone in this episode.
Conjuring similarly conspiratorial feelings as the marketing for The Matrix, Google sub-division Niantic Labs has created a tremendous amount of buzz for its new Android smartphone game. Be prepared though, you may need a good pair of walking shoes.
Let's be honest. The juiciest morsels in this episode had absolutely nothing to do with the procedural plot. But who cares? We've got Kiera calling Kellog "Matthew"; we've got Alec finding hidden files in Kiera's CMR; and we've got Kellog meeting Carlos and surviving the encounter! What more could you want?
Well, I guess the fugitives from 2077 (and I'm including Kiera) don't have the monopoly on shady morals. But while I'm not surprised that an episode about politics has a bit of underhandedness, it was interesting to note that Carlos prizes loyalty above all else, including his job.
Assassin’s Creed appeared early on in the Playstation 3/Xbox 360 generation of gaming. And as we draw to a close of this extended generation we’re receiving our fifth game in the series to hit the home consoles. And as there’s a brand new number on the end of the title there is a brand new character and setting to play with.
"Past is prologue," says Kagame, quoting Shakespeare as he plays chess with his protege, Sonya, who answers, "And we re-write the prologue."
This is a movie for fans of the the character of James Bond himself, and what he does - be it thumping people, blowing stuff up, bedding women, or glamming it up in exotic locales
Some sci-fi fans, such as those who enjoy Dr. Who, don't necessarily care about the mechanics of time travel. Others, like me, love trying to wrap their brains around the implied rules of any particular time travel story.
Star Trek: The Next Generation comes to Syfy next week in a brand new format- HD. So what makes this airing so special?