Lee Dragna, a New Orleans Saints season ticket holder, has filed a lawsuit asking the team for a refund of his tickets plus attorney fees because of his displeasure with protests during the national anthem.
The suit, obtained by ESPN.com's Mike Triplett, says the Saints' Week 3 protest and other players kneeling for the anthem has ruined his enjoyment of the game. He said he has not been to a Saints home game since Week 2.
New Orleans' Week 3 protest, which was part of a leaguewide movement following comments made by President Donald Trump, came during a road matchup with the Carolina Panthers...more
In a pivotal Star Wars: The Last Jedi scene, one character urges another to "let it all die." The character is talking about relics of past generations: Jedi, Sith, rebels, empires. At times, this movie feels determined to do just that. If 2015's The Force Awakens bent over backward to be like the original movies, The Last Jedi does the same to buck your expectations. It doesn't "let it all die," but it does clear away enough of the old to set the newest Star Wars trilogy on a surprising path toward its conclusion.The Last Jedi's determination to move forward comes with good and bad consequenc...more
Kobolds and Catacombs is the newest expansion for Blizzard's Hearthstone. Along with new cards, it introduces Dungeon Run, a single-player, roguelike mode that doesn't require you to bring your own deck--you build it from cards given to you throughout the adventure.We spoke to longtime Hearthstone designer Dean Ayala about the origins of the new mode, got some in-depth balancing insights, learned about Hearthstone's approach to microtransaction rewards and find out how he views Blizzard's passionately critical fanbase.GameSpot: Dungeon Run is the big new thing for Hearthstone, so how did the c...more