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The highly anticipated 2.0.1 patch has finally gone live in preparation for Diablo III: Reaper of Souls, and Blizzard has decided to throw in an extra 50% Xp boost to aid your epic loot runs.
Blizzard previously revealed the game’s major changes and what to expect from patch 2.0.1 in early February, and now that it’s live, fans have been given an 8-minute video detailing every improvement that the team has made.
Personally, the enhancements of the Paragon levelling system are what interest me the most. Each level that you grind through will give you access to a set number of points that can be distributed across four distinct categories: Core, Offense, Defense and Utility. Spending these Paragon points creates a dynamic way for players to have ultimate control over how they want their characters to play, and hearkens back to the glory days of Diablo II.
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- Michael Shelton
Hammer has slowed down a bit since their resurrection, but 2014 has three films coming from the legendary studio, including Gaslight (a drama/thriller that teams Jack The Ripper with Scotland Yard), a sequel to The Woman In Black titled Angel Of Death, and The Quiet Ones!
Supernatural investigations may seem to have been mined for all they’re worth lately, however The Quiet Ones period setting may liven things up with its classical approach to similar films of yore. Also, seeing Hammer’s logo precede a films’ opening will make even the most jaded viewer a bit more optimistic. Watch the trailer for yourself below!
A university student and some classmates are recruited to carry out a private experiment — to create a poltergeist. Their subject: an alluring, but dangerously disturbed young woman. »
- Justin Edwards
2 items from 2014
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