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Diablo 4's Skill Tree Isn't That Old Sick Hell Tree No Longer

Diablo 4’s Skill Tree Isn’t That Old Sick Hell Tree No Longer

Diablo 4The skill tree, through which players allocate skill points to learn new talents and abilities, was once a totally sick, evil-looking, gnarled, and blackened tree with, like, hellfire. inside, and veins and blood flowing from the bottom. It looked badass. While playing the game’s beta over the weekend, I was deeply confused to discover …

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Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong Says It's "Baffling" FTX's Sam Bankman-Fried Isn't "Already Detained"

Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong Says It’s “Baffling” FTX’s Sam Bankman-Fried Isn’t “Already Detained”

FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried is expected to be in custody now, in regards to Brian Armstrong. The Coinbase CEO said this week that it was “baffling to me that he’s not already in custody.” “The DOJ or someone should be able to do this – based on their public statements, I think there is a …

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The problem with Call of Duty isn't that it makes us violent, it's that it makes us numb

The problem with Call of Duty isn’t that it makes us violent, it’s that it makes us numb

Breaking: for the nineteenth consecutive year, the new Call of Duty the video game does not offer a thoughtful pacifist critique of human affairs. As usual, the latest in Activision’s annual first-person shooter series isn’t exactly War and peace. Try War and more war. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II opens with a ripped-from-the-headlines war …

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Black Friday isn't what it used to be.  Here's why.

Black Friday isn’t what it used to be. Here’s why.

Comment this story Comment Black Friday arrives in what could be a watershed moment for retailers already struggling with excess inventory, higher overheads and increasingly finicky consumers. And despite the day’s diminishing relevance — it’s turning into a months-long sales pitch — merchants of all sizes are digging in. “I think there’s more emphasis this …

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