Destiny: Vault of Glass vs. Crota’s End – Which is the Best Raid? – Fireteam Chat We’ve seen two raids now in Destiny, but which is the better experience?


Capcom Producer Talks Street Fighter V Charlie Nash and Roster

Street Fighter V Producer Yoshinori Ono has offered some insight into the character roster building process for the upcoming Capcom fighting game in an interview at the Taipei Game Show 2015.

Ono says community input is being considered regarding the roster and potential returning characters, according to a translation of Famitsu provided to Shoryuken. However, he expressed a desire to keep the Street Fighter V roster smaller in an effort to provide an easier point of entry for new players, as well as to keep development production costs down.

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How World of Warcraft Got its Groove Back

World of Warcraft’s a curious creature. In the 10 years it’s been around, Blizzard’s MMO has been a genre-defining prodigy, an out-of-touch relic, and everything in between. From Leeroy Jenkins to the birth of the word “pwn”, WoW even managed to transcend video gaming and enter the world of popular culture proper. The last few years, however, have seen a slow but steady decline in subscriber numbers, with a lot of former players inexplicably keen to see the game’s demise. The release of Warlords of Draenor seems to have reversed everything, with former players returning at an impressive rate and subscriptions rising above the 10 million mark for the first time since the September 2012 launch of Mists of Pandaria.

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US Senators Propose a Repatriation Tax Break, May Help Large Companies Such as Apple

US Senators Barbara Boxer and Rand Paul recently announced the “Invest in Transportation Act of 2015,” a proposal which allows companies such as Apple to bring foreign cash reserves back to the US at a much lower tax rate while using the proceeds to help replenish the Highway Trust Fund. The bill which hasn’t been introduced just yet would lower the tax rate for repatriated foreign earnings from 35% to 6.5%. Any company who wishes to make the move would be given five years to do so. Only transfers which exceed the company’s annual average repatriation would be eligible for the reduced rate.

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