Feb 23, 2021
El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron gets a PC release a decade later
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Ignition Entertainment’s trippy and mind-boggling El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron is coming back with a PC version on Steam, a decade after its original release.
The game is most notable for its story, which is based off the ancient Hebrew text, The Book of Enoch. El Shaddai follows Enoch, a scribe who seeks seven fallen angels in order to prevent a flood from destroying all of mankind.Throughout the course of the game, you fight your way and jump through various apocalyptic scenarios inspired by the original text.
The character design is wonderfully chaotic. You play as these characters inspired by ancient sacred texts, and they’re all just really… hot, looking like they came straight out of a Britney Spears music video. The best part is, as Enoch takes damage, he slowly loses articles of clothing. Start off with a full look, end with ripped jeans and washboard abs.
If any of this piques your interest, the press release stated that El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron is coming to PC “soon.”
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Director at Louisville Zoo to Retire Later This Year
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The director of the Louisville Zoo will retire later this year.
John Walczak, who began working at the zoo in 1985 and became director in 2004, will stay through the summer as the city conducts a national search for a new director, Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer said Wednesday in a statement.
Walczak has overseen the installation of the award-winning Islands, Gorilla Forest, and Glacier Run exhibits.
“It’s impossible to overstate John’s influence and commitment to making our Zoo one of the best in the nation, and his success can be seen in the smiles of every single person who visits,” Fischer said.
Walczak described his nearly four decades at the Louisville Zoo as "a labor of love.”
He said hearing stories from visitors about how the zoo has created not only great memories but has inspired caring for wildlife and the health of our planet is “beyond rewarding.”
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