Review: These are the hottest topics of the 19th calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone

Review: These are the hottest topics of the 19th calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone


Also in the week of 09.05. Until May 16, 2021, many articles worth reading have been published, which we have put together for you. The selection is made automatically by the system based on the number of hits, so it is not influenced by the editorial team. So you won't miss a hot topic:


Resident Evil Village: Complete solution with tips (tip)


Mass Effect: Pure nostalgia - the complete trilogy in the picture treasure (special)


Games have to get shorter, otherwise they will waste your lifetime (Special, 9 comments)


Pirates of the Caribbean: How should things go on after Johnny Depp's sacking? (Column)


Subnautica: Below Zero in the test: Underwater world with land in sight! (Test)


Electricity costs: Calculation for PC and console, power supplies and more (Special)


Film review for Mortal Kombat (2021): The brutal video game adaptation is so good (test)


World of Tanks: Get on board now & conquer the battlefield with a premium code! (Special)


Subnautica: Below Zero: How to build the perfect base (tip)


Subnautica Below Zero: Vehicle guide - where you can find Krebs, Seebahn, Gleiter and Co finds (tip)

In the same period of time, of course, news appeared that were also discussed in the community (103 news with 42 comments). The most read news in the past week:


The Dark Knight Rises - New Trailer (German), The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword - Commented Video Test and much more. - The most popular videos of the day


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Review: These are the hottest Topics of the 19th calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone (3 comments)


The National Technical Honor Society of East Liverpool High School held its inductions this April 7 in a Covid-19 compliant program. Chapter 1589 of NTHS inducted juniors and celebrated the seniors that had served two years as active members.

To become a member students must be outstanding participants in their Career Technical Education program, active members of the community through documented 30 hours of community service hours, and have reached and maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 by the second semester of their junior year.

Junior inductees include: Aliza Austin, Layne Beagle, Benjamin Beaver, Taylor Bell, Siera Cehrs, Justin Christenson, Gianna Davie, Shayla Foster, Gabrielle George, Amber Gill, Hannah Gough, Ja’mariona Hill-George, Kayla Hooper, Amara Hosey, Jasmine Jones, Jayden Kerr, Allie Kidder, Owen Klein, Joseph Michewicsz, Ashlin Morris, Noah Mueller, Kaylee Nelson, Maille Osborne, Adison Rayl, Jasmine Rhodes, Delaney Riggle, Ashton Roberts, Chancelor Stull, Devin Toothman, Brooklyn Vantilburg, and Jerome Waters.

Senior members include: Alyssa Barton, Jade Brown, Colin Bryant, Cameron Bryant, Haleigh Carnegie, Kameron Chambers, Nate Davis, Hadden Harrington, Nakita Hedrick, Dallas Hicks, Hannah Ketchum, Jenna Loosemore, Alyse Lovett, Madyson McGaffic, Kayla McKinnon, Kyley Miller, Isabella Morris, Destiny Nichols, Hailey Paige, Natalie Parker, Mikayla Reed, Cassandra Robbins, Hayley Shaw, Hannah Swigert, Jeremy Todd, Nicholas Vranesevich, Kayla Wiley, Howard Williams, Braidyn Wright, and Evaney Wright. (Submitted photo)

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