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When Riot unveiled its tribunal system for League of Legends in 2011, it sounded like one of the most ambitious plans to improve standards in a gaming community a developer had tried. Inviting players to participate in a democratic process to judge their peers seemed groundbreakingly egalitarian. Oftentimes, it was.
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Two different groups of scary fanatics went on a rampage in the latest Game of Thrones episode, and it was pretty upsetting to watch, even by Thrones standards. The Sons of the Harpy and the Sparrows both want to restore old traditions, and they both build on the weaknesses of two very different queens.Spoilers… »
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It’s no big secret that Nintendo has totally bungled the way they handle Amiibos, their line of plastic figurines based on iconic characters like Mario and Peach. Today, Nintendo’s finally admitting there’s a problem—and they’re vowing to do better. »
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