Star Wars: Battlefront II hands-on — the Imperial single-player campaign shows the ‘Gray Side’ - 10月20日(金)01:00 

PREVIEW: Star Wars: Battlefront II is coming in hot, and Electronic Arts is revealing the first details of the single-player campaign where you play as a commander in the Imperial special forces. Battlefront II debuts on November 17 on the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. In the story, you suit up as Iden Versio, commander of an elite Imperial special forces unit that happens to be on Endor when the second Death Star explodes at the end of The Return of the Jedi. I played the prologue and the first two chapters of the Battlefront II single-player campaign at an event at EA’s headquarters...more

Star Wars Battlefront 2's 'Pay-To-Win' Accusations Are "Hard To Dodge," Says Dev - 10月20日(金)01:00 

Star Wars Battlefront II's open beta ended last week after giving players the chance to try out the game's new weapons, maps, and heroes. However, much of the discussion surrounding the game has focused on its microtransactions, loot crates, and Star Cards. Battlefront II will give away things like maps and character DLC for free, but it will use a loot box-style system for unlocking various upgrades, leading to some fans accusing the system of being 'pay-to-win.'In an interview with GameSpot, EA said people's fears are "understandable," at the same time as calling the accusations "hard to dod...more

Your alternative U.S. Grand Prix preview - 10月20日(金)00:41 

Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes are on the verge of both titles -- but there are other storylines worthy of your attention at this weekend

People Are Blasting LeBron James for Wearing ‘Equality’ Sneakers During Game - 10月20日(金)00:24 

Some people had a lot to say about LeBron James’ shoe choice. On Tuesday, James started the NBA season in a pair of black Nike sneakers that spelled “Equality” on the soles in bold gold letters. The shoes led many to stipulate on whether James — who is an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump — wore the shoes as a political stance. LeBron James’ “Equality” sneakers. “Together we will persevere through all adversity, negativity and turn it into happiness and love,” James posted on his Instagram account under a picture of the shoes. The move ...more

Lakers News: Latest Buzz on Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Julius Randle and More - 10月20日(金)00:00 

With the Los Angeles Lakers set to open the 2017-18 regular season against the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night, much of the news surrounding the team is centered on who's actually going to suit up. Lakers fans already know they won't see Kentavious Caldwell-Pope on the court. The NBA suspended the 24-year-old shooting guard for two games stemming from his guilty plea in June to a DUI charge. When he does make his Lakers debut, Caldwell-Pope may be sporting a new facial accessory. The team announced Tuesday that he was set to get an MRI to determine whether he suffered a broken nose afte...more

Thor: Ragnarok Review - 10月20日(金)01:00 

There's one scene early in Thor: Ragnarok that I felt sure was going to be a call-back to the first Thor movie. Doctor Strange offers Thor a cup of tea, and Thor replies that he doesn't touch the stuff. It seemed like the perfect opportunity to bring up the God of Thunder's love of coffee, established in the first movie's diner scene: Shortly after finding himself on Earth for the first time, Thor showed his appreciation for the new beverage by violently smashing his mug on the ground and demanding another. It was the first time Thor was really funny.Instead, Benedict Cumberbatch (who's unfort...more

Why The Harvey Weinstein Allegations Could Change Our Culture - 10月20日(金)00:54 

Someday we'll look back on the great Harvey Weinstein scandal of 2017 as the moment the worm turned on the patriarchy, at least for a while. It was the critical mass that did it. Among the many remarkable things about the story has been the way it has unfolded, or unfurled, like a gradual awakening, a slow-yet-shockingly sudden coming-to from a long, ambient waking nightmare.It was, ofThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Why The Harvey Weinstein Allegations Could Change Our Culture

Nintendo Switch Eshop Adds A Lot Of New Games This Week - 10月20日(金)00:37 

It's another packed week of releases for Nintendo Switch. A total of 14 games launch for the hybrid console this week, nine of which arrive in the Eshop today, October 19.Headlining this week's batch of releases is Fire Emblem Warriors, the hack-and-slash Fire Emblem spin-off by Dynasty Warriors developer Koei Tecmo. The game releases for Switch (and New 3DS) on October 20 and features more than 20 characters taken from past Fire Emblem titles, including Chrom, Marth, and fan-favorite hero Lyn. It also incorporates many of Fire Emblem's signature mechanics into the Warriors series' large-scale...more

Finals Contender Anderson Into Stockholm QFs - 10月20日(金)00:01 

South African Kevin Anderson stepped up his bid on Thursday for one of the four remaining places at the Nitto ATP Finals when he knocked out #NextGenATP South Korean Hyeon Chung 6-3, 6-2 for a place in the Intrum Stockholm Open quarter-finals. The second seed struck 18 aces and won 28 of his 32 first-service points to improve to a 32-18 mark on the season. “In the beginning I felt I was hitting the ball great and I was creating opportunities,” said Anderson. “He was hanging in there and it took me quite a few attempts to break serve. He defends so well and is a great athlete, so for me to come...more

American Express CEO Ken Chenault to step down - 10月19日(木)23:39 

Under Chenault's leadership, American Express expanded beyond its core market of corporate customers and wealthy cardholders to serve a broader clientele






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