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Lets not be shy here and act like we all don’t know what OnlyFans is. It came to my attention the other day that there is no official app for this website (At least for android). As a user i would rather there be an actual app rather than a chrome shortcut added to my home screen. read more


Lovecraft Country Season 1 Finale Recap: This Really Ain’t It

Rather early into its debut season, HBO’s Lovecraft Country did away with an entire gaggle of white supremacist wizards who sought to use their magic to terrorize non-white people. It was a fantastic sight to behold that established what sort of dangers the show’s heroes were up against, but it also set a baseline for the kinds of horrors it was building to that are featured in the season finale. read more


Dungeons & Dragons Publisher Sued by Dragonlance Co-Writers Over Scrapped Book Trilogy

A planned trilogy of Dragonlance novels has become the basis of a lawsuit between a pair of popular fantasy writers and Wizards of the Coast. Last week, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, the co-creators of the popular fantasy series Dragonlance, filed a lawsuit at the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington against Wizards of the Coast, claiming that Wizards had breached a contract related to a planned trilogy of new Dragonlance novels. The 25-page complaint notes that Weis and Hickman had entered into a License Agreement with Wizards of the Coast to work on a trilogy of new novels, the first two of which were titled Dragons of Deceit and Dragons of Fate. After a manuscript had been turned in for the first book andand substantial work on a second planned book was underway, Wizards of the Coast told the pair they would not any new drafts of the book or subsequent work on the trilogy in August 2020. This, according to the lawsuit, effectively terminated Wizards of the Coast’s contract with Weis and Hickman, with no reason given for the termination. read more


Everything You Need To Know About Ghost Of Tsushima’s New Update

Ghost of Tsushima’s latest patch is a lot more than a patch. For starters, it added a meaty standalone cooperative mode to the single-player action game. It also introduced a New Game Plus and the option to dress Jin Sakai up as some of the game’s most memorable characters. There are also two exciting quality-of-life changes: hour counts—which now show up on your save files, and might reveal some harsh truths about how much of a time sink Ghost is—and the long-clamored-for addition of gear loadouts. read more


Pokemon Go Reveals Halloween 2020 Plans

Pokemon Go has revealed its Halloween plans for the year, which will include two new costumed Pokemon. The popular mobile game announced that costumed versions of Gengar and Sableye will start appearing to celebrate the Halloween season, starting this Friday, October 23rd. A Gengar wearing a Banette costume will appear in raids, while a Litwick costume-wearing Sableye will appear in the wild and in raids. Additionally, Galarian Yamask will appear in Pokemon Go for the first time, and Spiritomb will re-appear as the reward for a new set of Field Research quests. Players will also get twice as much candy for catching and transferring Pokemon. An Alolan Marowak Raid Day is also planned for Halloween day. read more


P.T. Reportedly Won’t be Playable on PS5

.T., the acclaimed playable teaser for Hideo Kojima and Guillermo Del Toro’s cancelled Silent Hills game, apparently will not be transferable to the PlayStation 5 when it releases next month. Delisted from the PlayStation Store back in 2015, PS4 units that have P.T. on them still are still a hot item on the secondary market. Unfortunately, Konami has told GamesRadar that the trailer will not be backwards compatible with the PS5. According to the email exchange, a Konami representative stated that “the content will not be available on the PS Store, so users won’t be able to re-download the content through the backwards compatibility feature to the PS5.” read more


World Of Warcraft’s Speedy New Leveling Experience Leaves Me Cold

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I started a new World of Warcraft character last week, following the release of the Shadowlands expansion pre-patch that, among other things, reduced the game’s level cap from 120 to 50. I’ve only adventured in two different zones and I’m already level 32. It’s all going by so fast. read more


Mortal Kombat 11 Reveals New Rain Trailer

To build hype for the release of Mortal Kombat 11‘s Kombat Pack 2 DLC, NetherRealm Studios has released an all-new trailer, featuring the new playable character, Rain. Voiced by Johnny Cage, the trailer acts as an introduction to the character, for those that might not be familiar. As Cage describes Rain’s role in the Mortal Kombat narrative, viewers also get to see the fighter’s brutal, water-based moveset. Notably, the character will be able to turn himself intangible to avoid attacks, and will be able to create constructs like water daggers and blades. The trailer can be found in the Tweet embedded below. read more