Rockstar is offering cash rewards for finding Red Dead Redemption Online security flaws

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Rockstar is offering cash rewards for finding Red Dead Redemption Online security flaws

Have you ever been improperly banned from Grand Theft Auto Online for "false positive" cheating, even though absolutely no cheating actually took place? Well here's the fact, Jack: Rockstar doesn't believe you. It doesn't believe you so much that if you can prove it—more precisely, if you can "successfully identify a reproducible incorrect ban in Grand Theft Auto Online"—it'll give you $10,000.

Hearthstone dev hints Mogu Fleshshaper may be rebalanced after the next expansion

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Hearthstone dev hints Mogu Fleshshaper may be rebalanced after the next expansion

Something's always OP. Part of the fun of Hearthstone is finding those cards and decks that, at a certain point in the meta, are degenerate. But the question is how degenerate is too degenerate? Sometimes cards are so powerful—or at least seem so powerful—that they become the season's version of 'that one damn shotgun in CoD I'm always getting killed with.' 

Expand your storage ahead of Black Friday with $200-off this 2TB NVMe SSD

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Expand your storage ahead of Black Friday with $200-off this 2TB NVMe SSD

One of the biggest drawbacks of NVMe SSDs is their high cost to storage ratio, but today Newegg is offering an Adata XPG 2TB NVMe SSD for just $200 ($200 off the list price). Normally that unit sells for about $250-300, but that's still a very healthy saving. If 2TB is more space than you need, you can also grab the 1TB model for $149.99 ($100 off). While Adata is perhaps a less known brand, much of what you pay for with PC components is the name. What's more important are the actual specifications and in the case of SSDs, how they operate under normal usage conditions.