The makers of the RUSE and Wargame strategy series deliver the real-time strategy experience Act of Aggression. Set in the 2020′s in a darkly realistic future where three major factions fight for their interests, the shadowy organization known as “The Cartel” attempt to complete a secret agenda with high-tech technology, stolen prototypes and stealthy operatives. Against this looming threat stands the Chimere, a UNO funded, classified military organization specialized in fast strikes, which attempts to maintain global peace and order. Finally, somewhere between the two stands the US Army, worn out by two decades of being kept on a war footing with too few replacements, but still fielding a great deal of battle-hardened veterans.
Tom (Matt Barber) and Alison (Megan Maczko) are a married couple having sex when Aaron (Edward Akrout) breaks into their house and assaults them. When they come to, Alison is tied up and hung by her arms from the ceiling in the kitchen and Tom is about to be bound by Aaron in the bathroom. As events progress, Aaron’s actions grow increasingly more violent and dangerous and things come to the surface that shows that Tom and Alison are both hiding secrets.
Haunted by his turbulent past, Mad Max believes the best way to survive is to wander alone. Nevertheless, he becomes swept up with a group fleeing across the Wasteland in a War Rig driven by an elite Imperator, Furiosa. They are escaping a Citadel tyrannized by the Immortan Joe, from whom something irreplaceable has been taken. Enraged, the Warlord marshals all his gangs and pursues the rebels ruthlessly in the high-octane Road War that follows.
A gun-for-hire “Hitman” is a genetically-engineered, elite assassin known only as Agent 47 hired by a group known only as ‘The Organization’ is ensnared in a political conspiracy, which finds him pursued by both Interpol and the Russian military as he treks across Eastern Europe. But even 47 couldn’t anticipate a “random equation” in his life exactitude: the unexpected stirrings of his conscience and the unfamiliar emotions aroused in him by a mysterious Russian woman.
Billy Crudup plays Sam, a former high-profile advertising executive whose life is torn apart by the sudden death of his son. Living off the grid on a docked sailboat, he wastes away his days while drowning his pain in alcohol. When Sam discovers a box filled with his son’s demo tapes and lyrics, his own child’s musical talent is a revelation for him, a grieving father who felt he’d been absent from his son’s life. Communing with his deceased son’s dashed dreams, Sam learns each song and eventually musters the will to perform one at a local bar. When Quentin (Yelchin), a young musician in the audience, is captivated by the song, the unlikely duo forms a rock band that becomes surprisingly popular and revitalizes both of their lives.
Season 02, Episode 09 – The Seed of Evil
An encroaching eight-ball army and civil war serve as backdrop for reunions of Alex and Claire, and David and William.
Season 03, Episode 11 – The Wires
Johnny works undercover to stop a gang war. Jakes and Charlie attempt to take over Germaine’s business.
Season 03, Episode 12 – Incandescence
The Dome’s calcification accelerates, leaving 24 hours before everyone suffocates from the barrier’s breakdown. Also: Barbie and Julia try to save his child from the Kinship and Big Jim faces an increasingly explosive Hektor.
Tinertia is rocket-powered platforming geared toward the streaming generation and built on the premise of Quake-like fun, Sonic-like speed, and dynamic, precise controls. Addictive, surprising, and challenging, Tinertia makes gamers laugh while kicking their butt. Play as Weldon, a small but extraordinary robot equipped with a rocket launcher. Weldon is stranded on a deserted planet and is under attack by the evil ARC. Master rocket-jumping to control your momentum and lift Weldon over deadly obstacles, outrun robo-bosses, and ultimately escape off the planet.