The problem you often find when you play any game with items is that you end up torn between looking good and actually being good. Some of the best look items I’ve ever found in games are mid-tiered, meaning that while they look awesome playing with them actually makes me weaker than I could/should be. This is a problem commonly found with games, but Diablo III has you covered if you felt like you needed a little more style thanks to its new cosmetics patch.
Typically without buying the collectors edition (something that is rather hard to find these days), you were limited in how amazing you could look thanks to the limited pets and wings available for your characters.
The latest patch (2.4.1) is a small one by many standards, but will add a wide range of graphical choices for your characters, from the Wings of Kokabiel making you look like a fairy demon to the Star Helm and Pauldrons calling you to battle in space.
Below you can find just a few of the new items and pets that you will be now able to quest for and upon receiving, look like a true warrior.
The lovely pet Galthrak
Cow King pet
Star Helm and Pauldrons
Wings Of Kokabiel
When you play a game do you look for style or are you one for the stats the items bring? Is there a way to find a balance? Give us your opinion on if stats or looks are more important in games
Yes, we know what you’re thinking – “How could anyone possibly think that drinking an energy drink would literally sprout wings from your torso?”. But maybe it’s not about what they really believe, but how they can grab some free coin.
Red Bull has just agreed to pay $15 million in a lawsuit that fights against their slogan which reads: ‘Red Bull gives you wings’.
The lawsuit states “Such deceptive conduct and practices mean that [Red Bull’s] advertising and marketing is not just ‘puffery,’ but is instead deceptive and fraudulent and is therefore actionable.” and goes on to explain that the ‘wings’ claim is designed to explain the ‘boost’ that you receive from caffeine when consuming the product.
Red Bull’s official statement reads:
“Red Bull settled the lawsuit to avoid the cost and distraction of litigation. However, Red Bull maintains that its marketing and labelling have always been truthful and accurate, and denies any and all wrongdoing or liability.”
What was there to gain out of this? All people involved in the lawsuit have walked away with $11.40 in their pockets, which is said to be equal to approximately two cans of Red Bull (depending on location).
We eagerly await the next crazy company lawsuit to hit our news feeds. Why would people do this you ask? Because, money.