The 5 Biggest Problems With This 'Diablo Immortal' Fiasco

  1. The 5 Biggest Problems With This ‘Diablo Immortal’ Fiasco  Forbes
  2. Diablo Immortal Left Me Surprisingly Impressed, Though Some Questions Remain  GameSpot
  3. Blizzard denies that Diablo 4 announcement was planned for BlizzCon  PC Gamer
  4. Diablo at BlizzCon 2018 – Diablo III  Diablo III
  5. Sources: Blizzard Scrapped Plans For Diablo 4 Video [CORRECTION]  Kotaku
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Diablo Immortal Left Me Surprisingly Impressed, Though Some Questions Remain

  1. Diablo Immortal Left Me Surprisingly Impressed, Though Some Questions Remain  GameSpot
  2. Diablo: Immortal broke the unspoken rules of Blizzard, and BlizzCon  Polygon
  3. Report: Blizzard Originally Planned to Announce Diablo 4 at BlizzCon 2018  PlayStation LifeStyle
  4. Diablo at BlizzCon 2018 – Diablo III  Diablo III
  5. Sources: Blizzard Pulled Diablo 4 Announcement From BlizzCon  Kotaku
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Diablo Immortal Left Me Surprisingly Impressed, But Some Questions Remain

  1. Diablo Immortal Left Me Surprisingly Impressed, But Some Questions Remain  GameSpot
  2. Blizzard Responds to Massive Fan Backlash Over Diablo Immortal Announcement  Twinfinite
  3. Everyone Is Losing Their Collective Cool Over DIABLO: IMMORTAL  Dread Central
  4. Blizzard Says It Wasn’t Expecting Fans To Be This Angry About Diablo Immortal  Kotaku Australia
  5. Blizzard president on Diablo Immortal: “We want awesome mobile games and we think this could be one of them”  Telegraph.co.uk
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Blizzard Responds To Diablo Immortal Criticisms, Explains Why It's A Mobile Game

  1. Blizzard Responds To Diablo Immortal Criticisms, Explains Why It’s A Mobile Game  GameSpot
  2. Blizzard Didn’t Expect Such a Negative Reaction To ‘Diablo Immortal’  Comicbook.com
  3. Diablo developers “totally understand” where the Diablo Immortal hate is coming from  VG247
  4. Blizzard Says It Wasn’t Expecting Fans To Be This Angry About Diablo Immortal  Kotaku Australia
  5. Blizzard president on Diablo Immortal: “We want awesome mobile games and we think this could be one of them”  Telegraph.co.uk
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Blizzard Says It Wasn't Expecting Fans To Be This Angry About Diablo Immortal

  1. Blizzard Says It Wasn’t Expecting Fans To Be This Angry About Diablo Immortal  Kotaku
  2. Blizzard responds to Diablo: Immortal backlash  Polygon
  3. Blizzard Co-Founder Allen Adham says ‘we have not forgotten’ core Diablo fans  Digital Trends
  4. BlizzCon 2018: Warcraft III remastered, and Overwatch gets a new cowboy  PCWorld
  5. Everyone Needs To Chill Out About ‘Diablo Immortal’  Forbes
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Everyone Needs To Chill Out About 'Diablo Immortal'

  1. Everyone Needs To Chill Out About ‘Diablo Immortal’  Forbes
  2. Warcraft 3: Reforged is more than just a remaster of Blizzard’s classic RTS  Polygon
  3. Diablo: Immortal looks like other NetEase games … that look like Diablo  VentureBeat
  4. Diablo Immortal Gameplay Trailer  YouTube
  5. BlizzCon 2018: Warcraft III remastered, and Overwatch gets a new cowboy  PCWorld
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Diablo: Immortal team fends off fan backlash at BlizzCon

  1. Diablo: Immortal team fends off fan backlash at BlizzCon  VentureBeat
  2. Blizzard announces Diablo Immortal for mobile devices, opens pre-registration  Android Police
  3. Diablo Immortal on phones, WarCraft 3: Reforged top BlizzCon’s announcements  Ars Technica
  4. Datamined details about Amiibo support on the Switch : Diablo – Reddit  Reddit
  5. With Diablo III and Dark Souls for Switch, you never have to leave the dungeon  The Verge
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Blizzard announces Diablo Immortal for mobile devices, opens pre-registration

  1. Blizzard announces Diablo Immortal for mobile devices, opens pre-registration  Android Police
  2. ‘Diablo’ is Coming to Mobile  Variety
  3. Blizzard goes mobile-only for massively multiplayer ‘Diablo Immortal’  Digital Trends
  4. Datamined details about Amiibo support on the Switch : Diablo – Reddit  Reddit
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BlizzCon 2018 News Recap: Diablo Immortal, Warcraft 3 Remaster, Overwatch Hero 29 "Ashe," WoW Classic Release

  1. BlizzCon 2018 News Recap: Diablo Immortal, Warcraft 3 Remaster, Overwatch Hero 29 “Ashe,” WoW Classic Release  GameSpot
  2. Warcraft 3: Reforged is the HD remaster of the classic  Polygon
  3. Relive the Origins of Azeroth’s Greatest Heroes in Warcraft® III: Reforged™  Business Wire (press release)
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How Justify went from unknown to immortal in 112 days

  1. How Justify went from unknown to immortal in 112 days  Yahoo Sports
  2. At 52, Mike Smith Has the Ride of His Life  New York Times
  3. Justify dominates Belmont to become 13th Triple Crown winner  Yahoo News
  4. Justify’s Triple Crown shouldn’t be diminished because of American Pharoah  USA TODAY
  5. ‘The King Is Back.’ Justify Carries Bob Baffert Even Deeper into Racing History With Triple Crown Victory  TIME
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North Korea breaks silence on Kim Jong-un's 'immortal achievement' as Donald Trump claims credit for summit

North Korea breaks silence on Kim Jong-un's 'immortal achievement' as Donald Trump claims credit for summitNorth Korea hailed a “new era of peace” on Saturday in its first comments on the historic summit between Kim Jong-un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in. The inter-Korean summit was a “historic meeting” that paved the way for the start of a new era, said Pyongyang’s state media, which had stayed silent as the developments unfolded on Friday. The official KCNA news agency said it was a “historic meeting that has opened a new era for national reconciliation and unity, peace and prosperity”, and carried the text of the leaders’ Panmunjom Declaration in full. In typically colourful language, KCNA reported that the leaders exchanged “honest and heartfelt talks” at a summit that “was a realisation of the supreme leader’s blazing love for the nation and unyielding will for self-reliance.” The state propaganda arm said Kim’s “immortal achievement will be brightly engraved in the history of the Korean nation’s unification.” Rocket man: How Kim Jong-un emerged from his father’s shadow to silence the doubters Saturday’s edition of North Korea’s Rodong Sinmun, meanwhile, featured four pages dedicated to the summit. The regime’s reaction comes after Donald Trump hailed the outcome as better than anyone could have ever imagined, while other world leaders struck a note of more cautious optimism. BREAKING: North Korean main state newspaper publishes Saturday edition: – Commitment to denuclearization carried on p. 3, in declaration text – Kim pictured hugging Moon – Includes pictures of leaders on both sides of DMZ – 4 of 6 pages dedicated to summit More to come! pic.twitter.com/cnvnSDNQee— NK NEWS (@nknewsorg) April 28, 2018 The meeting, during which Kim Jong-un became the first North Korean leader to set foot in the South, has been seen by leaders in the region as a stepping stone to more significant developments in the future. Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae-in agreed on a raft of measures on Friday, including a commitment to sign a peace treaty to formally end the Korean War by the end of the year and to achieve the complete denuclearisation of the peninsula.  Shinzo Abe, the Japanese prime minister, was clear that Kim must follow up his promising rhetoric with concrete action.  Mr Abe said he “strongly” hoped Pyongyang would take clear steps towards its pledge to scrap its nuclear weapons programme. “I will keep a close watch on North Korea’s future conduct,” Mr Abe told reporters. Hong Joon-pyo, head of South Korea’s opposition Liberty Party, denounced the summit as a “show camouflaged as peace”. The historic meeting between the North and South Korean leaders has been carefully watched The Chinese government, North Korea’s biggest ally, said it welcomed moves to promote reconciliation between the two sides “and extends its congratulation”. Beijing stressed that it was ready to “play its positive role” in the peace efforts, a comment that appeared to underline China’s desire to be involved in any multi-party discussions on the future of the region.  In contrast to the cautious optimism of his counterparts, the US president hailed the moment as a “great thing for the world” – and trumpeted his own role in the process.  “When I began, people were saying that was an impossibility,” Mr Trump said. “They said there were two alternatives: let them have what they have or go to war. And now we have a much better alternative than anybody thought even possible.” Mr Trump stressed that his “good friend” Xi Jinping, the Chinese President, had been “extremely helpful” in bringing the two sides to the table. “Without him it would have been a much longer, tougher, process,” Mr Trump tweeted.  Please do not forget the great help that my good friend, President Xi of China, has given to the United States, particularly at the Border of North Korea. Without him it would have been a much longer, tougher, process!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 27, 2018 The president said he would be meeting with Kim in the “very shortly”, with a summit anticipated in May or early June, but insisted he was “not going to be played” by the North Korean leader.  “Relationships are building and building strongly” between the US and North Korea, Mr Trump said at the White House. “This will be a great thing for the world,” he said. Mr Trump refused to say whether he had spoken to Kim directly, but said the location of their meeting had been narrowed down to two potential sites. “Things have changed very radically from a few months ago. You know, the name calling and a lot of other things,” Mr Trump said. The two leaders have publicly traded insults, with Mr Trump referring to Kim as “little rocket man” and “short and fat”, while Kim has called the president a “dotard”. The US president went on to claim the responsibility for easing tensions on the Korean peninsula should not have been left to him. “This should have been handled a long time ago, not now…but we will handle it,” he said. “It’s certainly something that I hope I can do for the world.”  He added: “I think I have a responsibility to see if I can do it. And if I can’t do it, it will be a very tough time for a lot of countries and a lot of people.” However European allies were more muted in their responses. Boris Johnson, the Foreign Secretary, said he welcomed the announcement but stressed “there are still many questions to be answered”. Thousands of South Korean Buddhists have a prayer service wishing for a successful Inter-Korean Summit  Credit: Woohae Cho /Getty “This historic summit is not the end in itself,” Mr Johnson said. “The UK will continue to work with our international partners to strictly enforce existing sanctions until such time that North Korea turns its commitments into concrete steps towards denuclearisation.” Nato’s chief echoed Mr Johnson, insisting that international sanctions against North Korea “should remain in place until we see a real change”.  Jens Stoltenberg said the meeting marked “a very important first step” which was the result of international pressure and tough economic sanctions. “There is a long way to go before we see a full resolution to the crisis,” he added. The Kremlin has also applauded the breakthrough in inter-Korean relations, with Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, describing the outcome of the talks as “good news”. Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor, said Germany would “continue to be vigilant” on the North Koreans’ actions.


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