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Liveable Islands Conference at UPEI

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North Shore Community Conversation

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Periscope Pictures Film Auditions

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IMAF2014 Call for Submissions

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Macphail Woods Workshops

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Free Embroidery Workshops

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Bedeque Area Historical Society AGM

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1864 Arts Camp

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May 2006
Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

The sequel to Morrowind is now available for Xbox 360 and PC. Amazing graphics, improved battling system, more variety and an immersive RPG experience will likely draw gamers around the world to possibly the best RPG ever created.

Graphically the game is stunning. Not only is the game massive but it never disappoints in the visual department. Not even on a low definition

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April 2006
New Ghost Recon

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

The newest installment of the Ghost Recon series—Advanced Warfighter— is now available for the Xbox 360.

For the first time Ghost Recon takes place in the future with real weapons and gadgets that are in progress or prototype form at present. There are gameplay additions that make some significant changes for the better. Great graphics, intense firefights and a strong

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February 2006
Dead or Alive 4

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

The first fighting game to be released for Xbox 360 is the fourth edition of the Dead Or Alive series. Although not much has changed, the improvements are significant—a deeper fighting system, more characters, improved countering system, and more.

In this edition, the graphics are smoother, more detailed, and the environments have more variety. Framerate is locked

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December 2005
Call of Duty 2: The Big Red One

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

Available for the Xbox, Ps2, and Gamecube now, The Big Red One is based on a true story which took place during world War II. It’s not to be confused with Call of Duty 2 for pc and Xbox 360. This is a different version of the game with a completely unique single player campaign filled with emotion and a strong atmosphere depicting what these soldiers went through d

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November 2005
X-Men Legends II
Score of the game

by Kurt Johnstone

The sequel to the one of the most successful X-Men video games is now available. This time the X-Men must team up with the brotherhood which includes previous enemies such as Toad, Magneto and many others. Apocalypse has risen and you must stop him before it is too late. Yes, the storyline does not offer anything original, but the conflicts between characters and

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October 2005
Rainbow Six: Lockdown

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

The newest addition to the Rainbow Six series is now available. The gameplay has been altered from a simulation to an arcade style gameplay. The game is similar to its predecessor in mission design. You will still take down terrorists, save hostages, defuse armed bombs, etc. Along with many of the same modes of play there are some new ones such as, Lone Rush, Sniper

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September 2005
Pyschonauts

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

One of the most underrated and rarest games on the Xbox and PC is now available for the Playstation 2. The latest work of Tim Schafer, who is known for some classic adventure titles such as Sam & Max and Day Of The Tentacle, takes a shot at the platform genre. You will meet interesting and wacky characters, solve puzzles, learn psychic powers and enter worlds

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July 2005
Jade Empire

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

Jade Empire is the newest RPG by Bioware available for the Xbox game console. The story is similar to Knights Of The Old Republic also created by Bioware. It is a basic good versus evil story, and the evil far outweighs the good. You are the last spirit monk who is destined to stop the empire’s corrupt ways. Your primary objective is to retrieve your Master, who w

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June 2005
Forza Motorsport

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

From the creators of Project Gotham Racing comes a realistic racing simulator to the Xbox, with over 200 cars to choose from that can be upgraded and tuned to your racing needs. All the tracks experienced throughout the game are based on real ones. Choose a Honda Civic or a Ferrari F355 Challenge and go to Xbox Live to compete against other people.

The graphics are

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May 2005
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

TimeSplitters: Future Perfect is the third game in the TimeSplitters series, and takes the formula from the past games and improves on it. Fans may be disappointed that little has changed, but it was already very good.

The new storyline is different, however, and follows one character named Cortez who must travel through time to stop the TimeSplitter creatures from

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April 2005
NBA Street Vol. 3

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

EA Canada creates possibly the greatest B-ball game in many years that focuses more on arcade play than a realistic basketball sim. The game that combines basketball with hip-hop should find a large audience as the previous NBA Street games have. All the courts are based on real ones and look great. Everything looks very impressive as expected from an EA game. All

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March 2005
Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath

Score of the Game
by Kurt Johnstone

The newest installment in the Oddworld series is now available for the Xbox game console. The game changes styles from a platform puzzle game to a die hard action/adventure first-person shooter. Collecting creatures to be used as ammo, all which have different effects on enemies. The newest game brings even more innovative ideas to the table this time around.

The

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