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Best Games To Look Out For by Priyanka ,  Aug 31, 2013
Like the 2003 NBA draft (LeBron, Wade, Carmelo) or the albums of 1975 (Springsteen, Dylan, Young), 2013 is a special year for video games. In just the first seven months, genre-destroying originals, indie underground hits, rebooted re-imaginings, and franchise sequels have set new bars in digital entertainment. H
Battlefield 4
DICE's shooter looks more like a COD killer with each successive reveal. The new Frostbite 3 engine makes all the action in the campaign look like an action movie shot from the perspective of the leading man, and the game's online competitive mode features landscape-altering destruction.

Call of Duty: Ghosts

Activision's world-conquering shooter series is gearing up for another iteration, although on the evidence presented at E3, Call of Duty: Ghosts looks as though it may be a quieter entry than its predecessors. Set 10 years after the collapse of the USA as a superpower, Ghosts follows the fortunes of several spec ops soldiers as they pick their way through the wreckage of the West. Developed by the Modern Warfare creators, Infinity Ward, with a script from the writer behind the movie Traffic, Stephen Gaghan, Ghosts is likely to top the 'most wanted' list of shooter fans come this year end.

Thief

Master thief Garret returns in this fantastic looking reboot of Eidos's classic stealth series. Set in a world where Victorian pomp rubs up against Steampunk science fiction, Thief follows the machinations of Garret as he attempts to use the chaos created by a peasent revolt to help himself to some shiny trinkets. From the evidence presented at E3, Thief looks like one of 2014's most enticing prospects.

FIFA 14

Actual gameplay footage for FIFA 14 has surfaced online, and below you can see a Gamescom video showing FIFA 14 in action as three whole games are played out.. The almost 40-minute long video shows matches between Manchester City and Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund versus Barcelona, and Manchester City against Paris Saint-Germain. Footage is from current gen, so don't expect to see any next generation flair, but it's a god indicator of how this year's FIFA will play.

Tom Clancy’s: The Division

A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, a classified unit of self-supported tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, The Division agents are trained to operate independently of command, as all else fails. Fighting to prevent the fall of society, the agents will find themselves caught up in an epic conspiracy, forced to combat not only the effects of a manmade virus, but also the rising threat of those behind it. When everything collapses, your mission begins.

Titanfall

In Titanfall, many generations of humanity live in the deepest reaches of explored space. This vast region is known as The Frontier. It contains many well-known and inhabited solar systems, but many more worlds remain uncharted.

Most people will never travel this far away from normal civilization. But for pioneers, explorers, mercenaries, outlaws, and soldiers - the Frontier offers both adventure and opportunity.

Mad Max

Play as Mad Max, a lone warrior who must embark on a dangerous journey after his Interceptor is stolen by a deadly gang of marauders. A reluctant hero with an instinct for survival, Max wants nothing more than to leave the madness behind and find solace in the storied “Plains of Silence”.
The Crew is an upcoming open worldracing video game co-developed by Ivory Tower and Ubisoft Reflections and published by Ubisoft for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.

A hairdo can say a lot about a person. With just a couple swipes of a comb you can alter the impression people have of you. Of course, most of us just play it safe and go with something basic, which says “hey, if you want to know more about me you’re gonna have to check out my shoes, and if that doesn’t work, maybe just strike up a conversation. Sorry for the inconvenience.” On the other end of the spectrum, some of us like to take hair communication up a notch, basically saying “CHECK ME OUT MOTHERF*#@$R, YOU THINK YOU CAN HANDLE THIS?!?!” And these are the people we’re interested in here, the ones who want you to see their hair and think they must be totally rad. So here you go: 14 Crazy Hairdos.

14. The Wicker Head

When this funky hairdo pops up in internet searches, it’s usually referred to as a disco ball haircut. Personally, I think it looks more like this dude passed out on a wicker patio lounger.

Degree of Difficulty: 3 Boldness Rating: 5 This Hairdo Screams: I may have a drinking problem, but at least my parents have comfy patio furniture to pass out on

13. Soccer Ball Head

Judging by the “2006” on the back of this guy’s head, it’s a pretty safe bet that this haircut is the result of a serious case of World Cup Fever. What’s funny, though, is that it seems the stylist made a little mistake. If you look carefully at the top right “panel” on this guy’s head, you’ll notice that it the stylist started to make it a white panel when it should probably be a dark panel.

Degree of Difficulty: 4 Boldness Rating: 5 (would be higher if this do wasn’t sported in a World Cup year) This Hairdo Screams: hand me a 40 and pass the road flares, we’re gonna riot like genuine soccer hooligans

12. Mardi Gras Bead Coolio

Remember Coolio? He took himself so seriously for a stoner with hair sticking strait up in the air. He was really pissed when Weird Al Yankovic did that parody of Gangster’s Paradise, Amish Paradise, because Gangster’s Paradise was about “real shit.” Anyway, this kid walked into the barbershop and said “give me the Coolio, but make it look like giant Mardi Gras beads.

Degree of Difficulty: 3 Boldness Rating: 6 This Hairdo Screams: the girls think I’m weird anyway, so what the hell

11. The Judy Jetson

This hairstyle looks like something George Jetson’s daughter, Judy, might sport for a big date with the quarterback of the Orbit High spacefootball team. She would push a couple buttons on the wall, a giant helmet would fall from the ceiling, and in 3 seconds her hair would look like this.

Degree of Difficulty: 6 Boldness Rating: 7 This Hairdo Screams: my dad works at Spacely Space Sprockets

10. The Cloud-Fro

This one looks to be inspired by nature. I see a wispy low-lying cloud hovering at the top of a waterfall, which pours out from the cloud as if from the sky itself. Yes, it does seem unlikely that the hair comprising the cloud-fro is real (or belongs to the model). And it probably has some sort of structural support hidden in there. But this hairdo it theoretically possible with real hair.

Degree of Difficulty: 7 Boldness Rating: 8 This Hairdo Screams: my agent accidentally got me cast in a photo shoot for poodles

9. The Hat O’ Hair

This things could quite possibly be a prosthetic hairdo (i.e. not actually be her own hair, but a hat made out of hair). But if it is a prosthetic hairdo, and not her actual hair, would it make any more sense? I mean, seriously, for what kind of social occasion is this fitting?

Degree of Difficulty: if real, 8; if prosthetic, 5 Boldness Rating: 8 This Hairdo Screams: keep your distance, boys, I’m craaaaazy

8. The Spector-Fro

I really didn’t want to include celebrities on this list, because most often they sport nutty hairstyles just to get their pictures in magazines. However, legendary record producer Phil Spector really didn’t need anymore publicity when he decided to go with this look—he was already on trial for murder. So I interpret this not as a cry for attention but a genuine attempt to express himself.

Degree of Difficulty: 5 Boldness Rating: 8 This Hairdo Screams: come on, would someone with hair like this shoot his girlfriend? No way!

7. The Dump

This strikes me as a temporary styling, maybe the result of a bunch of frat guys sitting around drinking beers. It was probably never this guys intention to go out of the house like this. Still, it is pretty bold, though crude in both concept and execution.

Degree of Difficulty: 4 Boldness Rating: 8 (high if the photo was taken in public) This Hairdo Screams: I’m single, ladies

6. The Punk Sunfish

Unlike the guy with a dump carved into the back of his head, this guy gets extra boldness points for going outside with this fish-fin look. If you’re wondering how the punk rocker types achieve looks like this, the answer is simple: Elmer’s glue. Really, that is how punks have made their crazy mohawks since the dawn of time (well, since the 1970s).

Degree of Difficulty: 7 Boldness Rating: 8 This Hairdo Screams: hey ladies, I too am available

5. The Punk Roman Centurion

This is just about as good as punk hair gets. In particular, have a look at how even and precisely cut that fan on the top of her head is. Also, she could have just gone with a simple mohawk, but instead went the extra mile with a few spikes on the side of the head and—to add balance and soften up the look—some bangs.

Degree of Difficulty: 8 Boldness Rating: 9 This Hairdo Screams: my parents’ names are Carl and Brenda and I grew up in the suburbs

4. The Dreadlock Rockabilly

This is a most rare hairstyle, for it combines hippy/Rastafarian grooming with a hipster’s flare for the dramatic. Usually, dreadlocks just hang there. Occasionally, they are put into a ponytail, or maybe even made into a loose nest on top of the head. But this guy actually molded his dreads into a nice rockabilly swoosh. If he happens to be bald under there, then this would officially be the best comb-over in the history of mankind.

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