Month: September 2022

Overwatch 2: season 1 battle pass, skins, and souvenirs, explained

Overwatch 2‘s transition from a premium game (the original Overwatch) to a free-to-play one will bring a long list of in-game purchases, including a seasonal battle pass, as well as à la carte skins and other cosmetic items. Blizzard plans to introduce a new battle pass about every nine weeks, with skins, sprays, animations, and …

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What it was like to shelter at Disney through Hurricane Ian

You’re in the middle of a Walt Disney World vacation, having flown 2,000 miles across the country to get to the “most magical place on Earth,” when the weather predictions change. The hurricane previously expected to miss Orlando has altered course. The closures start coming in: Universal and Disney will be closed for the next …

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NFL Week 4 injuries: Patriots’ Mac Jones, Chargers’ Keenan Allen ruled out; Chris Godwin game-time decision

Injuries are at the forefront of the NFL conversation with Week 4 underway, mostly in light of Tua Tagovailoa’s brief hospitalization Thursday night after head and neck trauma forced him out of the Dolphins’ loss. Miami isn’t the only team with uncertainty under center going into the weekend, either. Some clubs are much healthier than …

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Nintendoes what Valve don’t: Game barred from Steam will launch on Switch

Enlarge / Nothing weird going on here. No sir. Japanese publisher Spike Chunsoft announced that the first official English translation of visual novel Chaos;Head Noah won’t be coming to Steam as planned “due to Steam’s guideline-required changes to the game’s content.” But while the game is apparently too risqué for Steam, the family-friendly folks at …

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Charts suggest it’s ‘way too early’ for the market to rebound

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday warned investors that the stock market is unlikely to recover anytime soon. “The charts, as interpreted by Mark Sebastian … suggest that this market’s got more downside, and it’s way too early to go really bullish,” he said. related investing news Chart analysts say the breakdown in Apple’s stock may …

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Miley Cyrus Shares Moving Voicemail From Late Taylor Hawkins, Fulfills His Song Request

Miley Cyrus followed up her tribute to late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins this week by revealing the heartwarming inspiration for her performance. In a tweet Wednesday, Cyrus posted an audio snippet of a voicemail she’d received from Hawkins prior to his death this spring. In it, he suggests she cover Def Leppard’s 1983 hit, …

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Can Blake Griffin help shorthanded Celtics in 2022-23?

The depth-eroded Boston Celtics finally dipped their toes in the lukewarm free-agent market on Friday, signing a 33-year-old Blake Griffin to a one-year, veteran-minimum deal. Our minds immediately raced to Game 3 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals when the Nets tossed Griffin into the playoff fire. While he gave them an offensive jolt, Jaylen Brown …

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Assassin’s Creed Anniversary ‘Mega Bundle’ Includes Six Games, Out Now On Switch

Ubisoft has launched a brand new Assassin’s Creed Anniversary Edition Mega Bundle, giving you the chance to pick up six full games plus lots of DLC in one handy package. Available now on Switch, the bundle includes Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, Assassin’s Creed Rogue, Assassin’s Creed II, Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, Assassin’s Creed Revelationsand Assassin’s …

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Federal Employees Will Pay 8.7% More Toward Health Care Premiums Next Year

Federal employees and retirees will spend an average of 8.7% more on their health insurance premiums in 2023, a figure that marks the highest cost increase in more than a decade. The government’s share of Federal Employees Health Benefits Program premiums will increase by an average of 6.6%, bringing the overall increase to 7.2%, according …

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