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  • Chinese New Year is being celebrated in Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Suriname
  • Chinese New Year Holiday is being celebrated in Taiwan
  • Chinese Spring Festival is being celebrated in Mauritius
  • Feast of St Paul's Shipwreck is being celebrated in Malta
  • Ghyalpo Losar is being celebrated in Nepal
  • Korean New Year Holiday is being celebrated in South Korea
  • Losar New Year is being celebrated in Bhutan
  • Lunar New Year is being celebrated in Hong Kong, Macau, Mongolia
  • Seollal Holiday is being celebrated in North Korea
  • Sonam Losar is being celebrated in Nepal
  • Spring Festival Holiday is being celebrated in China
  • Tet holiday is being celebrated in Vietnam
  • People born on this day are Aquarius as their zodiac sign.

Today in History

On this day in 2023

  • World War II era bomb found in Great Yarmouth, England explodes in "unplanned" detonation as experts attempt to disarm it.
  • Carlos Saura, Director.
  • Hugh Hudson, Director.
  • Huesera: The Bone Woman is released. Valeria's (Natalia Solián) joy at becoming pregnant with her first child is quickly taken away when she's cursed by a sinister entity. As danger closes in and relationships with her family become fractured, she's forced deeper into a chilling world of dark magic that threatens to consume her. A group of witches emerge that could be her only hope for safety and salvation, but not without grave risk.
  • Cinema Sabaya is released. Eight women, Arab and Jewish, take part in a video workshop hosted by Rona, young filmmaker. With each camera take, the group dynamic forces the women to challenge their beliefs as they get to know one other.
  • The Blue Caftan is released. Halim and Mina who run a traditional caftan store in one of Morocco's oldest medinas. In order to keep up with demanding customers, they hire a talented young man as an apprentice. Slowly Mina realises how much her husband is moved by his presence.
  • The Outwaters is released. Four travelers encounter menacing phenomena while camping in a remote stretch of the Mojave Desert.
  • MOVIES: PG13
  • Your Place or Mine is released. Debbie (Reese Witherspoon) and Peter (Ashton Kutcher) are best friends and total opposites. She craves routine with her son in LA; he thrives on change in NY. When they swap houses and lives for a week they discover what they think they want might not be what they really need.
  • Somebody I Used to Know is released. Workaholic TV producer Ally (Alison Brie) faces a major professional setback, which sends her running to the comforts of her hometown. She spends a whirlwind evening reminiscing with her first love Sean (Jay Ellis), and starts to question everything about the person she's become. Things only get more confusing when she discovers Sean is getting married to Cassidy (Kiersey Clemons), whose confidence and creative convictions remind Ally of who she used to be. Directed by Dave Franco, and written by Franco & Alison Brie, Somebody I Used to Know is an unconventional love story about three people who unexpectedly help each other re-discover who they really are, where they came from, and where they're going. [Amazon Studios]
  • Seriously Red is released. Red (Krew Boylan) lost her job as a real estate agent, but there’s something no one can take away from her: her dream of becoming the world’s greatest Dolly Parton impersonator! After her act attracts the attentions of an amorous Elvis impersonator (Rose Byrne) and a powerful booking agent (Bobby Cannavale), Red is catapulted into the top tier of copycat acts, becoming the onstage and romantic partner of the top Kenny Rogers impersonator. But when Red’s life as an imitator starts to feel false, she discovers true happiness comes when you’re being the best version of yourself.
  • Sharper is released. A con artist takes on Manhattan's billionaires in a drama that unfolds within the secrets of New York City, from the penthouses of Fifth Avenue to the shadowy corners of Queens. Motivations are suspect and expectations are turned upside down when nothing is as it seems. [Apple]
  • At Midnight is released. Alejandro (Diego Boneta) is an ambitious hotel manager, and Sophie (Monica Barbaro) is a movie star navigating the politics of Hollywood. He’s focused on opening his own boutique hotel. She’s trying to focus on shooting her new superhero film, “Super Society 3, ” in hopes of getting her own spinoff, but catches her co-star (and boyfriend) Adam (Anders Holm) cheating. Fate strikes when the shoot brings them all to Alejandro’s hotel in Mexico. Despite their radically different lives, Alejandro and Sophie begin to secretly meet at midnight.
  • Consecration is released. After the suspicious death of her brother, a priest, Grace (Jena Malone) goes to the Mount Saviour Convent in Scotland to find out what really happened. Once there, she uncovers murder, sacrilege and a disturbing truth about her own past.
  • Magic Mike's Last Dance is released. “Magic” Mike Lane (Channing Tatum) takes to the stage again after a lengthy hiatus, following a business deal that went bust, leaving him broke and taking bartender gigs in Florida. For what he hopes will be one last hurrah, Mike heads to London with a wealthy socialite (Salma Hayek Pinault) who lures him with an offer he can’t refuse...and an agenda all her own. With everything on the line, once Mike discovers what she truly has in mind, will he—and the roster of hot new dancers he’ll have to whip into shape—be able to pull it off?
  • Girl in the Half Pearl was released by Liv.e. The second full-length release for Los Angeles-based experimental R&B artist Liv.e features production from John Carroll Kirby, Aaron Liao, Mndsgn, and Solomonphonic.
  • Breaking the Balls of History was released by Quasi. The first full-length studio release from Portland, Oregon-based indie rock duo Quasi since 2013's Mole City was recorded in five days and was produced by John Goodmanson.
  • Raven was released by Kelela. The second full-length studio release for Kelela features contributions from such artists as s Junglepussy, Kaytranada, LSDXOXO, and Shygirl.
  • Norm was released by Andy Shauf. The eighth full-length release from Canadian singer-songwriter Andy Shauf was mixed by Neal Pogue.
  • Pollen was released by Tennis. The sixth full-length release for indie-pop duo Tennis was self-produced and recorded.
  • This Is Why was released by Paramore. The first full-length release since 2017's After Laughter for pop-punk trio Paramore was produced by Carlos de la Garza.
  • This Stupid World was released by Yo La Tengo. The first full-length studio release for indie rock trio Yo La Tengo in five years was recorded in New Jersey.
  • The Land, the Water, the Sky was released by Black Belt Eagle Scout. The third full-length release for Katherine Paul as Black Belt Eagle Scout was mixed by Nicholas Wilbur.

On this day in 2022

  • Stefan Zywotko, Polish soccer coach (JS Kabylie; 7 x Algerian league titles, African Cup Of Champions 1981,90; Algerian Cup 1986), who died at 102.
  • Olsen Filipaina, New Zealand rugby league five eighth (28 Tests; Auckland RL, Balmain RLFC, Eastern Suburbs RLFC, North Sydney DRLFC), who died from kidney failure at 64.
  • Nikolai Manoshin, Russian soccer midfielder (8 caps; FC Torpedo Moscow, CSKA Moscow) and manager (Somalia, Yemen, Mali), who died at 83.
  • Kimi is released. An agoraphobic Seattle tech worker (Zoë Kravitz) uncovers evidence of a crime.
  • The Girl Before is released. Jane (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) moves into a house designed by architect (David Oyelowo), but there are very specific rules she must follow in this adaptation of JP Delaney’s novel of the same name.[Premiered originally in the UK on BBC One on 19 Dec 2021 and in the US on HBO Max on 10 Feb 2022]
  • KINGDOM of the DEAD for PC is released. Immerse yourself in a dreadful hand-drawn horror world and push Death’s armies back to the underworld.
  • Edge Of Eternity for PlayStation 5 is released. In a world torn asunder, the people of Heryon wage a desperate war against a mysterious invader, the Archelites. As this conflict against magic and technology grows to cataclysmic proportions, a new threat emerges from the battlefield.The Corrosion: the Archelites' most cruel weapon, a terrible sickness that poisons the body, twists the limbs and warps people into horrible, misshapen abominations.A forlorn soldier in this godforsaken war, Daryon is ready to make the ultimate sacrifice for his country... until the day he receives a letter from his sister. Their mother has contracted the fateful disease, and they need him to find a cure.On that day, Daryon will have to make a choice that will change his life and the fate of his world forever.
  • EGGLIA Rebirth for Switch is released. A new Legend begins. A story of hello-s and goodbye-s, bursting from a magical egg.Once upon a time, there was a magical kingdom known as Egglia.Within its borders, all manners of species lived peacefully and in harmony with one another.But these days were not to last.The kingdom was sieged by gigantic, brutish Ogres, who laid waste to all they touched.Faced with imminent destruction, Egglia's ruler and its most powerful wizard, Kuff, sealed his precious kingdom away inside a magical egg.There Egglia remained, kept safe from strife and harm, waiting for the right time to be set free once more.It's here that the story begins: with a fateful encounter between a girl born to save the world, and a red-capped boy born to destroy it.With the crossing of their paths, a new legend is born.Win simple, intuitive dice-roll battles to find more eggs and make Egglia thrive, or enjoy decorating your home and mingling with the unique characters that inhabit your town.Create your personal home-away-from-home in the soft, colorful world of Egglia.
  • Breakout: Recharged for Switch is released. The original brick breaker returns with its toughest challenge yet. Survive as long as you can in arcade or take on one of 50 challenges picking up game-changing power-ups along the way. The grandfather of brick-breaking games is back with some of the toughest challenges yet! Breakout: Recharged steps up the excitement with a fresh coat of paint, exciting power-ups, and another original soundtrack from award-winning video game composer Megan McDuffee.Breakout: Recharged will forever change what you expect from a brick-breaking title. The endless arcade mode and 50 challenge levels will push you to the limit of your skills. Don’t fret, however, as this wouldn’t be a Recharged title without game-changing powerups. Expect the aid of rail guns, homing missiles, and explosives to join the traditional multi-ball. You’ll need every tool in the arsenal and razor-sharp reflexes to climb the global leaderboards.Key Features:Old Meets New: Classic Breakout gameplay updated with refined control, and modern visual flourishesPower Up: Blast special bricks to pick up paddle-transforming power-ups a rail gun, explosive balls, missile launchers, and moreChallenge: Compete in a series of 50 challenges designed to put even the most seasoned players to the testCompete: Reach the top of global leaderboards for arcade and individual challenge modesBring a Friend: Play local co-op in every mode - breaking bricks is better together!Get in the Groove: Rock out to an original score by Megan McDuffee
  • Grapple Dog for Switch is released. Jump, Swing and Zip your way through colourful worlds and exciting challenges in this unique 2D action-platformer! Master the power of the Grapple on your adventure to save the world.
  • Retro Bowl for Switch is released. Retro Bowl is the perfect game for the armchair quarterback to finally prove a point. Presented in a glorious retro style, the game has simple roster management, including press duties and the handling of fragile egos, while on the field you get to call the shots.Can you pass the grade and take your team all the way to the ultimate prize? Can you win the Retro Bowl?
  • CrossfireX for Xbox Series X is released. CrossfireX delivers an intense first-person shooter experience where players are immersed in a sprawling global conflict between the world's two most formidable private military factions: Global Risk employs veterans of powerful armed forces who use advanced technologies to fight for order and security; Black List employs hardened mercenaries trained in guerilla tactics who fight to destabilize oppressive regimes in the name of freedom. Choose your side and complete objective-based missions across a variety of classic and innovative modes featuring tightly crafted gameplay and cinematic visuals.

On this day in 2021

  • Astronomers confirm the planetoid named Farfarout as the most distant orbiting the Sun, almost four times more distant than Pluto.
  • 17,000 year old conch shell discovered to be oldest known wind instrument, after being reassessed by archaeologists, originally found in Marsoulas cave, Pyrenees.
  • Pachín, Spanish soccer defender (8 caps; Real Madrid) and manager (Osasuna, Levante, Granada), who died at 82.
  • Katherine Creag, Journalist.
  • Larry Flynt, American magazine publisher (Hustler), who died of heart failure at 78.
  • MOVIES: FEBRUARY 10 2021
  • Twilight's Kiss is released. Twilight's Kiss (Suk Suk) presents the story of two closeted married men in their twilight years. One day Pak,70, a taxi driver who refuses to retire, meets Hoi,65, a retired single father, in a park. Despite years of societal and personal pressure, they are proud of the families they have created through hard work and determination. Yet in that brief initial encounter, something is unleashed in them which had been suppressed for so many years. As both men recount and recall their personal histories, they also contemplate a possible future together. [Strand Releasing]
  • Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel: Season 1 is released. The four-part documentary series from director Joe Berlinger looks into the 1993 disappearance of Elisa Lam from Los Angeles' Cecil Hotel.

On this day in 2020

  • More than 30 bushfires put out by heaviest rainfall for 30 years in New South Wales, Australia, helping end one of the worst bushfire seasons ever,46 million acres burnt, over 1 billion animals killed,34 people dead.
  • Claire Bretécher, French cartoonist (Les Frustrés), who died at 79.
  • Abam Bocey, Comedian.
  • Waqar Hasan, Pakistani cricket batsman (21 Tests, top score 189; member Pakistan's inaugural Test squad), who died at 87.

On this day in 2019

  • Sexual abuse investigation into US Southern Baptist churches reveals 400 church members implicated with over 700 victims, according to The Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News.
  • 61st Grammy Awards: Childish Gambino first rapper to win Best Song and Best Record for "This Is America" ; Best Album "Golden Hour" Kacey Musgraves.
  • 72nd British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs): "Roma" Best Film, Alfonso Cuarón Best Director, Olivia Coleman, Rami Malek best actors.
  • Mine collapse at an illegal gold mine in north-eastern Liberia traps about 40 people underground.
  • Insect populations are collapsing worldwide threatening a“catastrophic collapse of nature’s ecosystems” according to a global review saying 40% declining,30% endangered.
  • Jan-Michael Vincent, actor (Hooper, Tribes, Buster & Billie), who died of cardiac arrest at 74.
  • Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar announces her 2020 presidential campaign.
  • Number of women alleging sexual assault by former Costa Rica President Óscar Arias Sánchez grows to nine.
  • The eight centrally owned and operated team Alliance of American Football gets underway; Orlando Apollos beat Atlanta Legends,40-6 at Spectrum Stadium, Orlando, FL.

On this day in 2018

  • Sochi (2014) Olympic large hill ski jump champion Andreas Wellinger of Germany wins the individual normal hill gold medal at Pyeongchang by just 0.2m from Norway's Johann André Forfang.
  • Swedish cross country skier Charlotte Kalla wins 3rd career Olympic gold medal in the 15k skiathlon in Pyeongchang; also wins 10k freestyle gold in Vancouver (2010) and 4 x 5k relay in Sochi (2014).
  • Calihan Gee, YouTube Star, born in United States.
  • Bevan Congdon OBE, New Zealand cricket all-rounder and captain (61 Tests; 3448 runs @ 32.22,7 x 100; 59 wickets), who died at 79.
  • Mike Peters, Race Car Driver.
  • Tottenham Hotspur edge Arsenal,1-0 at Wembley Stadium in front of English Premier League record single-game attendance of 83,222 fans.
  • German biathlete Laura Dahlmeier wins women's 7.5k sprint gold medal at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics; also wins 10k pursuit gold.

On this day in 2017

  • Universal Records struck a deal to release much of the late musician Prince's private archive. Universal said the deal gave it exclusive licensing rights to Prince's "highly anticipated trove of unreleased works". It had also acquired the rights to 25 albums that Prince released through NPG Records, the label that he founded..
  • Mike Ilitch, American businessman (founded Little Caesars Pizza, owner Detroit Red Wings, Tigers), who died at 87.
  • MOVIES: FEBRUARY 10 2017
  • Keep Quiet is released. As vice-president of Hungary’s far-right extremist party, Csanad Szegedi espoused anti-Semitic rhetoric and Holocaust denials, and founded the Hungarian Guard, a now-banned militia inspired by a pro-Nazi group complicit in the murder of thousands of Jews during WWII. But his life was soon upended when Szegedi’s maternal grandparents were revealed to be Jewish and his beloved grandmother an Auschwitz survivor who had hidden her faith, fearing further persecution. Keep Quiet depicts Szegedi’s three-year journey to embrace his newfound religion. But is his transformation genuine? Or does he simply have nowhere else to turn? [Kino Lorber]
  • David Brent: Life on the Road is released. Twelve years ago, David Brent (Ricky Gervais) was a regional manager for a mid-level paper merchants. Now working as a rep selling cleaning (and ladies personal hygiene) products up and down the country, Brent hasn’t given up his dream of becoming a rock star – or more specifically, singer/songwriter for fledgling rock band ‘Foregone Conclusion’. As he assembles a group of mercenary session musicians, a talented sidekick for street cred and an overpriced yet underwhelmed tour manager, he embarks upon a self-financed UK tour.
  • Speed Sisters is released. The Speed Sisters are the first all-woman race car driving team in the Middle East. Grabbing headlines and turning heads at improvised tracks across the West Bank, these five women have sped their way into the heart of the gritty, male-dominated Palestinian street car-racing scene.
  • The LEGO Batman Movie is released. In the irreverent spirit of The LEGO® Movie, the self-described leading man of that ensemble – LEGO Batman – stars in his own big-screen adventure. But there are big changes brewing in Gotham, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker’s hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up.
  • MOVIES: PG13
  • A United Kingdom is released. A United Kingdom is the true story of the forbidden love of King Seretse Khama of Botswana (David Oyelowo) and Ruth Williams (Rosamund Pike), a white woman from London, which caused an international uproar when they decided to marry in the late 1940s just as apartheid was being introduced into South Africa. It was a decision that altered the course of African history. [Fox Searchlight]
  • Fifty Shades Darker is released. While Christian wrestles with his inner demons, Anastasia must confront the anger and envy of the women who came before her.
  • John Wick: Chapter 2 is released. Legendary hitman John Wick is forced to back out of retirement by a former associate plotting to seize control of a shadowy international assassins’ guild. Bound by a blood oath to help him, John travels to Rome where he squares off against some of the world’s deadliest killers.
  • Impressions was released by Tall Ships. The second full-length release for the British indie rock band was self-recorded.
  • Heba was released by Lowly. The debut full-length release for the Danish indie pop band was co-produced with Anders Boll.
  • Human was released by Rag 'n' Bone Man. The debut full-length release for the 2017 BRITs Critics' Choice Award winner Rory Graham was produced by Jonny Coffer, Mark Crew, and Two Inch Punch.
  • II was released by Vermont. The second full-length release for the collaboration between electronic producers Danilo Plessow (aka Motor City Drum Ensemble) and Innervisions' Marcus Worgull features guest contributions from Tadhg Murphy, Dermot O'Mahony, and Robbert Van Der Bildt.
  • Life & Livin' It was released by Sinkane. The fifth full-length release of African-influenced music for Ahmed Gallab was self-produced.
  • Memories Are Now was released by Jesca Hoop. The fourth full-length solo release for singer-songwriter the was produced by Blake Mills.
  • Drogas Light was released by Lupe Fiasco. The first of a planned trilogy of albums for the rapper features guest appearances from Big K.R.I.T., Gizzle, Victoria Monet, Rondo, Rick Ross, RXMN, Salim, Simon Sayz, Bianca Sings, Jake Torrey, and Ty Dolla $ign.
  • Bobby Fuller Died for Your Sins was released by Chuck Prophet. The latest release was inspired in part by the mysterious death of rock artist Bobby Fuller in Los Angeles in 1966 as well as songs about the death of David Bowie, and a San Francisco security guard named Alex Nieto.
  • Elwan was released by Tinariwen. The seventh full-length release for the Tuareg blues-rock band features guest appearances from Alain Johannes, Mark Lanegan, Matt Sweeney, and Kurt Vile.
  • Themes for Dying Earth was released by Teen Daze. The sixth full-length release for the ambient pop project of Jamison Isaak features contributions from Jon Anderson, Sean Carey, Nadia Hulett, Sound Of Ceres, and Dustin Wong.
  • Temple of I & I was released by Thievery Corporation. The 10th full-length release for the Washington D.C. electronic duo features guest appearances from Lou Lou Ghelichkhani, Shana Halligan, Raquel Jones, Mr. Lif, Elin Melgarejo, Notch, Puma, and Zee.
  • Northern Passages was released by The Sadies. The 10th full-length release for the Canadian alt-country band features a guest appearance from Kurt Vile.
  • Pink Sunset for No One was released by Noveller. This is the eighth full-length release for the solo electric guitar project of Sarah Lipstate.
  • Unfold was released by The Necks. The 19th full-length release for the Australian experimental jazz trio was self-produced.
  • Uncanny Valley for Xbox One is released. Uncanny Valley is a survival horror game that includes a mix of exploration, puzzle solving and a bit of action with a lot of optional story content. The game attempts to preserve the old survival horror kind of gameplay instead of following the modern trend of creating a third person shooter with horror elements.
  • Spheroids for Xbox One is released. Save the cube world from the dangerous rounded Spheroid aliens. In Spheroids you take control of Lucas, a jumpy Canadian boy who sets out on an adventure with his crazy scientist companion Otto after it's discovered that the government has been hiding alternative universes from the cubic world they live in. Unfortunately, these alternative universes contain spheres that wish to turn everything round, so it's up to Lucas to save the world from these dangerous aliens: the Spheroids. Throughout Spheroids' 32 levels, youll encounter many different environments, with multiple hazards to avoid and enemies to destroy. Items such as the "Modified Drilling Hoo"k Otto lends Lucas will help you traverse the environment with ease, with many more to find throughout.

On this day in 2016

  • Lennie Pond, Race Car Driver.
  • Factotum 90 for Xbox One is released. In space no one can hear you remotely operate twin quadrupedal deck walker robots. You're in deep space and something's collided with the ship. Main power is offline and you're trapped. It's lucky you have access to this walker control terminal. It's a little old but with these two robots and some clever thinking you might be able to get power back on-line and save the day. Control two walker robots and puzzle your way through 30 levels to restore power, reactivate the life support and solve the mystery of the collision.
  • Republican presidential candidates Carly Fiorina and Chris Christie suspend their campaigns.
  • Venezuelan government orders more than 100 malls to close early to save electricity, due to drought caused by El Niño.

On this day in 2015

  • Comedian Jon Stewart announces he will be leaving "The Daily Show" at the end of the year.
  • Blackbirds was released by Gretchen Peters. The eighth studio release from the Nashville singer-songwriter was co-produced with Doug Lancio and Barry Walsh.
  • A Flourish and a Spoil was released by The Districts. The debut full-length release for the Pennsylvania indie rock band was produced by John Congleton.
  • Let the Good Times Roll was released by JD McPherson. The second full-length release for the Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter was produced with Mark Neill.
  • Levon Vincent was released by Levon Vincent. The Berlin-based electronic artist released his debut full-length release for free online the day before its official date.
  • Late Night Endless was released by Sherwood & Pinch. This is the debut full-length collaboration between Adrian Sherwood and Rob Ellis.
  • I Love You, Honeybear was released by Father John Misty. The second full-length release from Josh Tillman as Father John Misty was co-produced with Jonathan Wilson.
  • Holding All the Roses was released by Blackberry Smoke. The fourth full-length studio release for the Georgia country rock was produced by Brendan O'Brien
  • Heavy Love was released by Duke Garwood. Produced by Alain Johannes and Mark Lanegan, the fifth full-length solo release for the London-based artist features contributions from Johannes, Paul May, Jehnny Beth and Johnny Hostile of Savages.
  • Into Colour was released by Rumer. The third full-length release for the British singer-songwriter was produced by Rob Shirakbari.
  • Shake Shook Shaken was released by The Dø. The third full-length release for the French-Finnish duo of Olivia Merilahti and Dan Levy was recorded at their personal studio.
  • Tomorrow Is My Turn was released by Rhiannon Giddens. The debut solo release for the Carolina Chocolate Drops co-founder was produced by T Bone Burnett.
  • Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy+ for 3DS is released. A collaboration between Ace Combat and Nintendo brings to fans aerial combat as they are able to cut through the skies while flaunting fresh paint to represent their favorite Nintendo characters like Samus, Captain Falcon, Bowser, and Pac-Man.
  • Minutes for PlayStation 4 is released. Simply explained, the player controls a circle and moves it around the screen to collect light energy shapes (for points) and avoid dark (which damage the player). The key mechanic is that the size of the circle can be changed. Go small to stay safe and dodge through the dark energy. Go large to collect more light and, critically, boost your score multiplier. [Developer via Playstation Blog]
  • Super Stardust Ultra for PlayStation 4 is released. Super Stardust Ultra features a host of new planets, visual enhancements, and includes nine game modes, including new modes and established favorites from the series and its add-on packs.
  • Unmechanical: Extended Edition for PlayStation 4 is released. Explore the non-linear levels at your own pace, many of which will require some out-of-the-box thinking and the process of trying to find the solution is just as important as progressing the story.
  • Jungle Rumble: Freedom, Happiness and Bananas for PlayStation Vita is released.
  • Evolve for Xbox One is released. In a savage world of man vs nature, are you the hunter or the hunted? The creators of Left 4 Dead, Turtle Rock Studios, bring you EVOLVE, the next-generation of multiplayer shooters where four hunters face-off against a single, player-controlled monster. Stalk your prey, execute your attack and prove you are the apex predator in adrenaline-pumping 4V1 matches.

On this day in 2014

  • German alpine skier Maria Höfl-Riesch retains her Olympic combined title (Vancouver 2010) when she Nicole Hosp beats of Austria by 0.4s.
  • After winning Vancouver (2010) Olympic moguls title, Canadian freestyle skier Alexandre Bilodeau wins 2nd consecutive Olympic gold medal in Sochi; beats team mate Mikaël Kingsbury.
  • A Seattle woman was charged for allegedly sending Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell a number of chilling death threats and threats to harm his children. The singer was sent over 100 different messages by Elizabeth Walden who had nine different Twitter accounts. Prosecutors said the tweets constituted cyber-stalking and filed criminal charges against her..
  • Canadian short track speed skater Charles Hamelin wins his 3rd career Olympic gold medal in the 1,500m in Sochi; Vancouver (2010) 500m and 5,000m relay champion.
  • " This Is How We Roll" single released by Florida Georgia Line featuring Luke Bryan (Billboard Song of the Year 2014).
  • Doris Deakin, Family Member, born in England.
  • Ernest Deakin, Family Member, born in England.
  • Shirley Temple, American actress and diplomat, famous 1930s child star (Bright Eyes, Heidi), who died of natural causes at 85.
  • Stuart Hall, Novelist.
  • Let's Wrestle was released by Let's Wrestle. The third full-length release for the British indie rock band was produced by Rory Atwell.


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