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The best Diablo 3 season 23 builds
The best Diablo 3 season 23 builds
Want to know what the best builds are for each class in Diablo 3 season 23? With the new companions update, a lot has changed when it comes to speccing your followers with decent skills, but it’s important not to forget about your own character’s build. Each one of the playable characters in Diablo 3 has tons of ways that you can mix up their skills, passives, and equipment to turn them into a damage dealing machine.
How To Skip Monster Hunter Rise’s Pesky ‘Quest Complete’ Cutscenes
How To Skip Monster Hunter Rise’s Pesky ‘Quest Complete’ Cutscenes
Once you get comfortable with the basics of Monster Hunter Rise, the real game of grinding out rare materials for high-level equipment can finally begin.
For Sale: Gamer Glasses - $40, Never Worn
For Sale: Gamer Glasses - $40, Never Worn
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Realistic sword fighting is back in Hellish Quart, and we're rubbish at it
Realistic sword fighting is back in Hellish Quart, and we're rubbish at it
Bertie: Oh gosh oh gosh oh gosh, I finally get to tell you I did sword fighting in real-life! I would go to a small school gymnasium each week, cover myself in a mix of cricket padding and fencing equipment, and then hit other people (who were part of the class, obviously!) with a big blade.
UKIE aims to close the "digital divide" with Devices For All campaign
UKIE aims to close the "digital divide" with Devices For All campaign
Major firms have already committed to donating computing equipment to families and schools in need
Magic: Legends unveils its equipment and cosmetic customization system
Magic: Legends unveils its equipment and cosmetic customization system
Magic: Legends originally opted for a unique character progression system that involved spells and artifacts of different levels and rarities.
Promising medieval citybuilder Manor Lords shows off its Total War-style combat
Promising medieval citybuilder Manor Lords shows off its Total War-style combat
The developer behind promising PC medieval citybuilder Manor Lords has shown off the game's Total War-style combat. The video, below, showcases a raft of battle features, including how you're able to issue equipment such as head and body protection, formation dragging, and a charge impact system.