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  • A Wild Theory About Destiny's Story

    Many people seem to think that Destiny's story is, well, lackluster. But what if most people are missing one big key thing about the story? Buckle up, because it's time for a bonkers theory about a video game.

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  • The Best-Looking DC Comics You'll Be Able To Read In December

    Darwyn Cooke's variant cover for Superman/Wonder Woman #14 leads this selection of the best-looking covers for DC comics coming out in December 2014: Batgirl #37 cover by Cameron Stewart Secret Six #1 cover by Dale Eaglesham Justice League Dark #37 variant cover by Darwyn Cooke Star-Spangled War Stories Featuring G.I. Zombie #5 cover by Darwyn Cooke Superman #37 cover by John Romita Jr.

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  • Deadspin GM Makes Absurd Claims About Why Adrian Peterson Is Back With Vikings | Gizmodo Microsoft B

    Deadspin GM Makes Absurd Claims About Why Adrian Peterson Is Back With Vikings | Gizmodo Microsoft Bought in Minecraft What It Could Never Make Itself | io9 Schizophrenia Is Actually Eight Distinct Genetic Disorders | Lifehacker My Year with a Distraction-Free iPhone | Kinja Popular Posts Vikings GM Rick Spielman was trotted out in front of the media today to explain why the Minnesota Vikings dec.

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  • Disney Infinity's Marvel Toys Are Looking A Bit Rough

    My favorite aspect of the first Disney Infinity was the toys. Carefully sculpted and painted, each one was a tiny work of art. This week I received the first batch of figures for Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes, and the quality isn't quite up to snuff. Take Captain America, above. His paint job is rough and uneven, leaving his face looking pockmarked and his signature "A" a mess.

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  • Halo's Master Chief Is In Destiny... Sorta

    Bungie created Halo. Now they've moved on to "shared world" sci-fi shooter Destiny. That does not, however, mean they've left the past behind. It's just, um, on the back of a tower now. According to Reddit user SmokingGhost, you can find the very... familiar-looking tower during a Mars strike mission.

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  • Okay, Maybe Destiny's Hunter Is A Bit Overpowered

    Last week, we showed you a clip where a bladedancer single-handedly tore up a crowd of enemies. Well, after seeing this bladedancer, it seems that maybe having a knife is the answer to all of your Destiny problems. The video we featured in the last Highlight Reel was pretty impressive, but then we got even more submissions of bladedancers doing their thing, and it seems that they're unstoppable.

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  • The Xbox One NFL App Needs Serious Improvements

    In May of last year, when Microsoft first unveiled the Xbox One, they made grand, lofty promises. Here was the console that would change the way we watch TV, revolutionizing all things NFL and enhancing our football Sundays forever and ever. Today… well, today we're not quite there yet.

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  • The Sim That Refused To Die

    Over a dozen hours into The Sims 4, I'm only now starting to delve into a core part of the experience: killing your sims. At least, I assume that killing sims is an important part of the experience, given all the backlash surrounding the lack of pools in The Sims 4. When I initially read about the pool thing, the entire fiasco struck me as odd.

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  • This Is How You Fly 200,000 iPhones from China to the US

    If you're hoping for a new iPhone 6 or 6 Plus and haven't nailed yours down yet, you're effectively screwed for the time being. But if you were one of the lucky 4 million buyers, there's a decent-ish chance your shiny new toy is in the photo above, where it just flew across the Pacific, boarded up with more than 195,000 of its brethren. That is one hell of a cargo.

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  • The OFFICIAL Number of Times Kenny's Died in South Park

    The OFFICIAL Number of Times Kenny's Died in South Park In its early years, fans knew South Park as the show that repeatedly killed off one of its main characters, Kenny. It was such a common and prevalent trope that the phrase "Oh my God, they killed Kenny!" became synonymous with the show.

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