Beloved World of Warcraft cosplayer Jarod Nandin has died

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Beloved World of Warcraft cosplayer Jarod Nandin has died

Jarod Nandin, a cosplayer most famous among Blizzard fans for portraying South Park's Jenkins from its World of Warcraft episode, has died. In late December, Nandin was admitted to the hospital and shortly after tested positive for COVID-19. In the weeks since, he continued to provide updates on his condition. Yesterday, several personal friends and BlizzCon host Michele Morrow said on social media that Nandin had died. 

This Arma highlight reel makes for a great videogame war movie

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This Arma highlight reel makes for a great videogame war movie

Shack Tactical is a long-standing gaming community dedicated to the Arma series of military simulators. Its founder, Dslyecxi, also maintains a YouTube channel featuring gameplay captures, tutorials, and Year in Review videos that stretch all the way back to 2012. As we noted when that very first sizzle reel went live, it's good fun even if you're not immersed in the Arma scene: "It's inspiring to watch a bunch of people invested in each others' fun and to see them express that through mods, missions, and videos they create themselves."

Bethesda teases 'the future' of The Elder Scrolls with a map and a cryptic tweet

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Bethesda teases 'the future' of The Elder Scrolls with a map and a cryptic tweet

On December 31, the cusp of the new year, Bethesda tweeted a cryptic message over the official Elder Scrolls Twitter account: "Transcribe the past and map the future. Here's to a Happy New Year!" On the surface it had the ring of a fairly standard year-end message, but the bit about transcription and mapping—and the presence of a map—has fans wondering if there's more to it than meets the eye.

LG to showcase worlds first convertible, bendable gaming monitors at CES 2021

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LG to showcase worlds first convertible, bendable gaming monitors at CES 2021

We've seen curved monitors catching on, rollable TVs rolling out (however extortionate they might be), and foldable screens fast becoming a mobile must-have. Even Intel is reportedly getting involved in squished screens. It's true the world of displays is evolving in some exciting directions, and LG is there at the forefront of innovation. It's now decided to take things a step further now with the worlds first convertible, bendable monitor.