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Blizzard reveals the female Necromancer and six new Necromancer skills

New Info on Diablo 3's Necromancer Plus Hands-On Impressions (PAX East 2017)

At PAX East 2017, I attended a special press event for Diablo 3 (D3) on the Necromancer. While the Rise of the Necromancer was already announced at BlizzCON 2016, this press event revealed details on the female necromancer model as well as a whole new set of Necromancer skills. I also had the chance to go hands-on with the female Necromancer and he...

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A look at two new elite specializations and Masteries

MMO Co-Opportunities Volume LVIII: Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns Beta Preview, Part 2

Last month, MMO Co-Opportunities featured part 1 of a hands-on preview of the upcoming expansion for Guild Wars 2, Heart of Thorns. In it, I gave some impressions of the new profession (the Revenant), one of the new elite specializations for the game (the Dragonhunter for the Guardian), and some thoughts of the general feel of the new zone. This mo...

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Check out what it's like to be in the hot seat, hunting down the Goliath

Evolve Hands-On Impressions (PAX East 2014)

My other appointment with 2K Games this year at PAX East 2014 was for Evolve, an upcoming squad-based game by Turtle Rock Studios, makers of Left 4 Dead. The game pits four Hunter players against one boss Monster player or AI (as a dev confirmed for us via Twitter). I went hands-on with the game and had a pretty good time. Let’s find out why.

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Yo dawg I heard you like streaming your streams

Peerless peerAir Wireless HDMI Streaming System Impressions

Sometimes it's amazing to just sit back and realize how far we've come with televisions, consoles, and display technology. It wasn't long ago we had to buy something called an RF Adapter just to hook up the latest console to our television. Now? TVs have multiple digital inputs featuring a simple digital cable connection called HDMI. But even that can be topped. Now anything can be beamed through the air thanks to wireless technology. We're living in the future and sometimes it's easy to forget that. Today we're looking at the peerAir Wireless HD Multimedia System

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