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Ori and the Blind Forest Review

The fact that this is the first game from developer Moon Studios makes Ori and the Blind Forest even more impressive. I mean, look at it! 1,100 more words

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Oncolytic viruses: North American scientists test new therapy to fight cancer

WATCH ABOVE: Oncolytic virus therapy is a burgeoning new field of research and Canadian researchers are at the forefront. Alan Carter reports.

TORONTO – It’s a novel approach to fighting cancer: scientists are turning to some of the world’s most feared viruses – such as polio – to attack cancer cells while leaving healthy cells relatively unharmed. 495 more words

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A-Z: Spiritual Words That Influenced My Healing – Orisha

The Basics

The Orisha are spirits that reflect one of the manifestations of God in Ifá and Yoruba religion. Many Orishas have found their way throughout the New World via the Atlantic slave trade and are now expressed in various practices. 330 more words

Healing

Zoo and a 1st Birthday

We went to the Emirates Park Zoo. It is not as big or nice as the Al Ain Zoo. It was nice to see the animals. 65 more words

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Olu(Seye)

Peek in, look in and see through
the window. There
stands, prodigiously,
a prodigy who coaxes darkness
out of hiding.
His fingers will push
charcoal along spun cotton and reveal… 73 more words

Words

Ori and the Blind Forest Review

Ori and the Blind Forest (or just simply Ori) is a platform-adventure game, developed by Moon Studios (Dust: An Elysian Tale) and published by Microsoft Studios, it’s the first original game of the so called “Metroidvania” genre for the Xbox One (the other being the Guamelee STCE port) and I was anticipating it’s release since the E3 2014 reveal, it had me pretty intrigued about the premise of the game. 496 more words

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