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The Art Of Xcom 2

Author : 2K Staff
ISBN : 1785651242
Genre : Computer adventure games
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In The Art of XCOM 2, readers get a behind-the-scenes look at the incredible concept art created for the new game and hear from key developers and artists about the challenges, secrets, and rewards of creating this landmark series. Also covered in the stunning book will be the game's five new classes of resistance fighters and their dynamic weapons, powerful new alien species and their vehicles, and the brave new world of XCOM 2.

The Art Of Xcom 2

Author : . 2K Games
ISBN : 1608877116
Genre : Games
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From the developer behind the Civilization series, XCOM is an award-winning, deeply engrossing strategy game. With the Earth under attack by a super-advanced alien race, players command an elite paramilitary organization called XCOM to repel the extraterrestrial offensive and defend humanity. In The Art of XCOM, readers get a behind-the-scenes look at the incredible concept art created for the series and hear from key developers and artists about the challenges, secrets, and rewards of creating this landmark series.

Xcom 2

Author : Greg Keyes
ISBN : 1785651226
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In the world of XCOM, the governments of Earth unite under threat of an alien invasion and form XCOM, an elite paramilitary organization tasked with repelling the extraterrestrial offensive and defending humanity. Woefully outgunned, XCOM's only hope is to outsmart and outmaneuver the enemy by turning the aliens' power against them.

The Art Of War

Author : Sun Tzu
Genre : Military art and science
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The Art of War This book include Sun Tzu’s biography and his works. The famous military treatise, “The Art of War” written by Sun Tzu depicts a philosophy of war for managing conflicts and winning battles. Some modern philosophers believe that apart from the writings of the author, it also contains commentary and clarifications from later military philosophers, such as Li Quan and Du Mu. This masterpiece, since its first publication, has been translated and distributed internationally, and was frequently referred and used by generals and theorists. There are numerous theories concerned with the completion of the text but it has been archeological proved that the Art of War was composed by at least the early Han dynasty. Since it is nearly impossible to predict the correct date of its completion, the differing theories regarding the work's author(s) and date of completion will never resolve. It was one of the six survived major works written before the unification of China in the 2nd century BC. In the late 1st millennium AD, during the Song Dynasty, these six major works were combined with a Tang Dynasty text into a collection also known as the Seven Military Classics. Being the central part of the collection, “The Art of War” formed the bases of orthodox military theory in China. The language used in the book can be distinguishable from a Western text on warfare and strategy. It was said that the text had recurrent mentions such as a leader must be “serene and inscrutable” and capable of comprehending “unfathomable plans”, which was confusing for Western readers who lack the awareness of the East Asian context. These statements will make clear sense if studied with Taoist thought and practice.

The Art Of Tom Clancy S The Division

Author : Paul Davies
ISBN : 1783298340
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Rise Of The Tomb Raider

Author : Andy McVittie
ISBN : 1783299967
Genre : Art
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Featuring intricate concept art and exclusive, high quality stills, sketches and renders detailing the game's production, Rise of the Tomb Raider: The Official Art Book is an essential purchase for fans of the franchise. From Lara's survival tools to the wild animals she encounters in the harsh environment, this in-depth, all-access book offers gamers a look into the visual dexterity of Rise of the Tomb Raider.

Neither Donkey Nor Horse

Author : Sean Hsiang-lin Lei
ISBN : 9780226169880
Genre : History
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Neither Donkey nor Horse tells the story of how Chinese medicine was transformed from the antithesis of modernity in the early twentieth century into a potent symbol of and vehicle for China’s exploration of its own modernity half a century later. Instead of viewing this transition as derivative of the political history of modern China, Sean Hsiang-lin Lei argues that China’s medical history had a life of its own, one that at times directly influenced the ideological struggle over the meaning of China’s modernity and the Chinese state. Far from being a remnant of China’s premodern past, Chinese medicine in the twentieth century coevolved with Western medicine and the Nationalist state, undergoing a profound transformation—institutionally, epistemologically, and materially—that resulted in the creation of a modern Chinese medicine. This new medicine was derided as “neither donkey nor horse” because it necessarily betrayed both of the parental traditions and therefore was doomed to fail. Yet this hybrid medicine survived, through self-innovation and negotiation, thus challenging the conception of modernity that rejected the possibility of productive crossbreeding between the modern and the traditional. By exploring the production of modern Chinese medicine and China’s modernity in tandem, Lei offers both a political history of medicine and a medical history of the Chinese state.

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