Arguably one of the most hyped video game releases of the year, No Man's Sky has been met with a reception more mixed than bag of mixed nuts.
The galaxy-exploration game has been dissed for everything from its repetitive game play to missing multi-player function, so logic and reason would dictate that the game gets an Honest Game Trailer now.
And said trailer has about the restraint of a steam engine that's been commandeered, set alight, thrown over a ravine.
Addressing the game's much-debated flaws, the trailer allows a little wiggle room for its cooler features like modifying your space-craft, and the initial thrill of discovering new worlds.
Most athletes seemed to have a really fun time at the Rio Olympics, especially with the hordes of condoms and what not, but now that they're home, they're being told it's probably best if they play it safe, especially sexually.
That's the advice of Australia's Minister for Health, Sussan Ley, as the country's athletes touched down on Wednesday morning.
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She's told athletes and visitors to Rio alike that they should most definitely slip one on for the next eight weeks, to avoid transmission of the Zika virus.
"There is a small chance that Zika is transmitted through sexual activity, so Australians returning from Brazil should use condoms or avoid unprotected sex for at least eight weeks," Ley told ABC News.
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