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I am excited to be part of such an extraordinary event happening right here in Minnesota,S. you have to give it to the party for being in the news all the time. teachers," with revenue in the segment up 9. the president tweeted that Amazon uses the post office as its "delivery boy" and alleged that the firm pays "little or no taxes" to state and local governments.The comments renewed concerns that Amazon could face scrutiny by antitrust regulators?A day earlier a report on the Axios news site said Trump’s wealthy friends complain that Amazon is killing shopping malls and brick-and-mortar retailers and had asked about the possibility of going after the firm using antitrust laws Ahmedabad: On the eve of the crucial Rajya Sabha elections in Gujarat the BJP’s state in-charge Bhupendra Yadav said all the three candidates of the party will win by a "very good margin" Hinting at the ongoing political maneuvering and a seesawing number game he said the BJP will get three more votes than the number required for all its three candidates to win The election became high-profile after the entry of BJP national president Amit Shah and Union minister Smriti Irani in the fray The BJP has fielded Balwantsinh Rajput who till recently was Congress’ chief whip in the Assembly for the third seat against senior leader and Congress chief Sonia Gandhi’s political secretary Ahmed Patel Shah who is contesting his maiden Rajya Sabha poll on Mondaypresided over a meeting of the party MLAs where they were given a demo of how to vote correctly so that no vote becomes invalid Apart from all the 121 MLAs of the BJP Yadav Irani and Rajput attended the meeting BJP chief Amit Shah Union minister Smriti Irani and Congress leader Ahmed Patel Agencies "The MLAs who will be voting on Tuesdaywere given a presentation about the voting process" party spokesperson Bharat Pandya said Emerging from the meeting Yadav told the reporters that all the three candidates of the BJP will "win by a very good margin on Tuesday" "We will get three more votes than what is required to make our three candidates win Our mathematics is clear" he said and alleged that the Congress is keeping all its MLAs "hostage" ahead of the polls "Congress has broken all limits of freedom of expression Their MLAs had gone to a Bengaluru resort by leaving people of their constituencies in the lurch during natural calamity (floods) Even after returning to Gujarat the Congress is keeping its MLAs as hostages in such a manner that they could not even celebrate ‘Raksha Bandhan’ with their family members" Yadav said All the 44 MLAs of the Congress returned here this morning from Bengaluru and were taken to a resort in Anand district The election has become a cliffhanger given the delicate number game and six MLAs including Rajput a relative of Vaghela resigning from the Assembly indicating a close contest for Patel Three of the six MLAs including Rajput have joined the BJP A candidate will need 45 votes for a straight win in the poll The BJP with 121 MLAs in the House can easily get Shah and Irani elected However the party falls 14 short of the 45 votes required for Rajput’s victory Yadav’s statement assumes significance given the numerical position of the Congress whose current strength in the 182-member House was reduced to 51 from 57 due do the defections after the exit of the party stalwart Shankersingh Vaghela in July While 44 MLAs of the Congress had gone to Bengaluru the rest seven chose to stay back in Gujarat and have not opened their cards yet In a sign that he could be broadening his social campaign from drug dealers and crooked officials to tycoons Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte has publicly named business mogul Roberto Ongpin as the kind of “oligarch” he wants to eradicate “The plan is to destroy the oligarchs that are embedded in government” Duterte reportedly said on Wednesday at the Malacañang Palace according to local news portal Rappler “I’ll give you an example publicly Ongpin Roberto” Duterte denounced the Harvard-educated Ongpin whom Forbes ranked as one of the top 50 richest Filipinos worth $900 million for allegedly using political ties to benefit his business “These are the guys who just sit in their airplanes or their mansions” Duterte claimed “Their money adds up like the fare adding up in a taxi’s meter” Ongpin an accountant has been embroiled in scandals in the past but has long denied any wrongdoing Duterte also known as "the Punisher" has repeatedly promised to eradicate drugs crime and other social ills from the Philippines but until now tycoons have not been one of the major targets of his campaigning [Rappler] Write to Casey Quackenbush at caseyquackenbush[email protected]’s a divisive game Depending on who you ask Destiny is either the first truly next-gen console experience or an over-promised under-baked revenue machine for mega-publisher Activision Blizzard But there’s no disputing the 2014 title’s phenomenal commercial success Pitting players from around the worldGuardians in Destiny parlanceagainst the forces of the nebulous Darkness on behalf of benevolent orb The Traveler the game marries the fluid gunplay of the studio’s classic Halo games with the loot-collection of RPGs like the Borderlands and Diablo series Destiny enjoyed one of the most successful launches in gaming history when it went on sale last September (despite a lukewarm critical reception) and over 20 million players have created their own Guardians (Exact sales figures haven’t been released by the company) A major part of the game’s success is its focus on community including the design of its endgame activities Destiny‘s most challenging and creative tasks are strikes and raids multi-stage encounters that require anywhere from three to six people to complete In particular raids like the Vault of Glass and Crota’s End revolve around puzzles and mechanics that are almost impossible to complete alone Even the Crucible the game’s player vs player (PvP) arena is framed as a training exercise for the universe’s Guardians: they’re fighting each other so they can become strong enough to tackle and defeat the larger evil forces assaulting their universe The game is constantly making it clear that players are in this together That focus is also reflected in Bungie’s management of the people that make up its player community a constantly shifting group of people Headquartered in Bungie’s own forums and in the game’s extremely popular sub-Reddit the hardcore fanbase’s relationship with Bungie tends toward a default state of genial exasperation: they love the game have spent enough time with it to worm out every crack and crevice and want the studio to fix every flaw even as it is sometimes creating new ones David Dague (aka DeeJ) is one of Bungie’s community managers tasked with serving as conduits for whatever sentiments players happen to be conveying on a given day They’re the ones who filter and send information back and forth between the player base and Bungie’s technical teams whether through informal interaction or standard missives like the Bungie Weekly Update a traditional home for bad jokes and hints at upcoming changes This is a pivotal time for Bungie The studio is about to introduce major changes to the game’s reward mechanisms and content through its second DLC release House of Wolves scheduled for release on Tuesday May 19th The expansion pack includes a new narrative and accompanying set of missions a new social space for players dozens of pieces of new gear a materials exchange a new co-operative endgame activity and a new competitive PvP event In some ways the size and breadth of House of Wolves feels like it couldn’t have come together without the frosty feedback the studio received regarding their first piece of DLC The Dark Below which was derided for being skimpy on content and for changing key parts of the player experience without advance notice or consultation With the expansion’s release on the horizon TIME spoke to Dague about what he’s learned since the game’s launch how House of Wolves and future changes to the game will affect his role and his favourite pieces of community-created world-building See The 15 Best Video Game Graphics of 2014 Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Activision’s futuristic first-person shooter in which players take on a rogue private military company uses a brand new engine built specifically for PCs and new-gen consoles to handle its cutting-edge lighting animation and physics Sledgehammer Games/Activision Far Cry 4 This pulled back shot of fictional Himalayan region Kyrat is in-game believe it or not rendered with an overhauled version of the engine Ubisoft used to design Far Cry 3 Ubisoft The Last of Us: Remastered Naughty Dog’s meditation on the worst (and best) of humanity is built on technology that reaches back through the studio’s pulp-adventure Uncharted series The graphics are so impressive TIME recently assigned a conflict photographer to photograph inside the game Ashley Gilbertson for TIME Alien: Isolation Built from scratch the Alien: Isolation engine’s outstanding deep space visuals all but replicate the set design of Alien film concept artists HR Giger and Ron Cobb’s work The Creative Assembly Assassin’s Creed Unity Ubisoft says it "basically remade the whole rendering engine" in its AnvilNext design tool to handle the studio’s meticulous recreation of Paris during the French Revolution Ubisoft Child of Light Inspired by filmmakers like Hayao Miyazaki and artist Yoshitaka Amano Child of Light’s hand-drawn artwork puts the lie to presumptions that graphical richness depends on shader support or polygon counts Ubisoft Destiny Built from scratch by ex-Halo studio Bungie Destiny’s game engine was designed to scale across the next decade says the studio Bungie Mario Kart 8 Nintendo’s kart-racer for Wii U reminds us that raw horsepower is just a facet of crafting a beautiful game world Nintendo Infamous Second Son Sucker Punch’s freeform Seattle-based superhero adventure models all sorts of minutia from the intricate wrinkling of an aged character’s face to the way eyelids stick slightly before separating when characters blink Sucker Punch Productions Monument Valley Escher-like at first glance Ustwo’s mind-bending puzzler was also inspired by posters bonsai plants arabic calligraphy and filmmaker Tarsem Singh’s The Fall Ustwo Grand Theft Auto V Rockstar’s remastered crime spree opus was crafted from an in-house engine first employed in a game that simulated table tennis Rockstar Titanfall Respawn Entertainment Forza Horizon 2 Turn 10’s Euro-racer actually models light refracted through drops of moisture the render tech plausibly simulating something as intangible but essential as the earth’s atmosphere Microsoft Studios/Turn 10 Studios 80 Days Inkle’s anti-colonialist vamp on Jules Verne’s famous novel uses crisp art deco imagery inspired by travel posters to unfurl 80 Days’ tale of intrepid globetrotters Monsieur Fogg and his valet Passepartout Inkle Tomb Raider Crystal Dynamics’ radical reboot of its popular series about an athletic archaeologist uses a modified version of the engine that powered Tomb Raider: Legend in 2006 Square Enix 1 of 15 Advertisement TIME: With almost eight months since release in the bag how has your approach to communicating with the player base changed Dague: During the first few months after launch the conversation we had with the emerging player base was very reactive It seemed like we were always rushing to explain events from the previous week Since then Ive been invited to work a lot more closely with the Live Team that supports the game Along with Bungie User Research and Destiny Player Support this enables us to include the community in the process that changes the way we all play Now the conversations we have with our players are a lot more forward-looking Were always building a bridge to the next update How does handling communication for a massive public-facing property like Destiny differ from a more private communications role Its so crucial to remember that Destiny appeals to many different types of players for different reasons Our last report was that 20 million people had created a Guardian in our world The challenge is to craft a message from Bungie thats relevant to all of them Every player of Destiny is important to us from the Raiders to the Crucible warriors Its rare that they will all follow the same narrative from moment to moment You gotta try and find a balance I know the game is designed around the concept of the community but from a distance the size of said community on Reddit and the Bungie forums is astoundingdid you expect this level of activity and engagement "Hoped" would be a better word We make games in the hopes that players will experience them The world of Destiny is so much more interesting when its packed with interesting people To see the way players have flocked to that Tower standing over a city in need of heroes has been amazing and humbling and inspiring Its definitely more than I can handle alone which is why Im grateful for the special teams on Bungienet that help track feedback and tackle support issues And what is this Reddit you speak of Can I have a link The segment of the player base that’s active online has gotten up in arms over a few communication decisions in particular namely the communication surrounding exotic upgrade paths and the decision not to include a raid with House of Wolves What’s your biggest regret in terms of community management to date I think the way we revealed the Exotic upgrade paths for The Dark Below was the single most educational moment for me personally Every day is a chance to learn more about the community that plays Destiny That was certainly one of them Its no coincidence that the kick-off to the conversation about House of Wolves started with a live demonstration of how to upgrade some of the more popular items in the Guardian arsenal We even invited members of the community to participate and make sure we got it right Meet America’s First Video Game Varsity Athletes Jonathan "McSleuthBurgur" Lindahl 19 a freshman in computer networking practices League of Legends and other video games in the video game practice space of Robert Morris University’s athletic department in Chicago March 18 2015 The university recognizes video games as a varsity sport under its athletic department and has been offering sports scholarships to video gamers to play League of Legends The team practices four to five nights a week in a $100000 classroom outfitted for video gaming Kitra Cahana—Getty Images Reportage for TIME Chris "STARS FourEyes" Broadnax 21 a graphic design major plays video games in Robert Morris University’s video game practice space in Chicago March 18 2015 Kitra Cahana—Getty Images Reportage for TIME Rachel "Razur" Zurawski 20 plays League of Legends and other video games in Robert Morris University’s video game practice space in Chicago March 18 2015 Kitra Cahana—Getty Images Reportage for TIME Student video game athletes play League of Legends and other games in Robert Morris University’s video game practice space in Chicago March 18 2015 Kitra Cahana—Getty Images Reportage for TIME Derek "Zig" Shao (left) 20 and Blake "Oberan" Soberanis 22 play League of Legends in Robert Morris University’s video game practice space in Chicago March 18 2015 Shao and Soberanis are two of the best members on the school’s video game team Kitra Cahana—Getty Images Reportage for TIME Chris "STARS FourEyes" Broadnax (right) 21 and Mario "ThirstDrinker" Huang 26 practice League of Legends and other video games in Robert Morris University’s video game practice space in Chicago March 18 2015 Kitra Cahana—Getty Images Reportage for TIME Rachel "Razur" Zurawski 20 practices League of Legends and other video games in Robert Morris University’s video game practice space in Chicago March 18 2015 Kitra Cahana—Getty Images Reportage for TIME Robert Morris University associate athletic director Kurt Melcher (second left) Jonathan "McSleuthBurgur" Lindahl (right) 19 and Dean "keyboychespin" Mitchell (second right) 18 watch others play the game Heroes of the Storm in Robert Morris University’s video game practice space in Chicago March 18 2015 Kitra Cahana—Getty Images Reportage for TIME Derek "Zig" Shao (left) 20 and Zixing Jie (right) 20 play League of Legends in Robert Morris University’s video game practice space in Chicago March 18 2015 Kitra Cahana—Getty Images Reportage for TIME Mario "ThirstDrinker" Huang 26 a sophomore studying Drafting Technology practices League of Legends and other video games in Robert Morris University’s video game practice space in Chicago March 18 2015 Kitra Cahana—Getty Images Reportage for TIME 1 of 10 Advertisement How is the release of House of Wolves going to change your relationship to the community if at all (I realize it’s not going to have a giant impact on the structure of your updates or anything like that of course but it does seem like it’s going to address many of the thorns in the community’s side) Thats impossible to predict After all both parties get an equal say about the quality of a relationship Our goals at Bungie are always to deliver an experience that people will love Now that were dealing with an engaged player base instead of a hopeful audience in waiting we can prove to them that were listening We want the Guardians of Destiny to feel like theyre a part of our creative process and so many components of the House of Wolves player experience was inspired by their feedback We hope that comes across when they embark on the adventure How do you envision your role changing as Destiny shifts from its DLC phase to a more mature state/as Destiny 2 enters more advanced stages of development I definitely dont want it to change too much The best thing about my job is knowing the heart of the player through the stories they tell about the game I want to continue to help our team anticipate their audience and I want to keep helping the leaders of our community to find an audience for their own voices The things that weve learned about the players of Destiny make us better at talking to them so I have no desire to migrate to a role where those lessons wouldnt be valuable Also Im not a very good concept artist and I use a calculator to do startlingly simple math so certain career paths at Bungie are just blocked by the fates Do you have a favorite piece of community-generated lore If so what is it Thats easily the hardest question youve asked Youre asking me to play favorites with a galaxy of rock stars We have this ensemble of role-players who have taken to Twitter to personify characters from Destiny With every announcement or community engagement I can expect everyone from the Cryptarch to the Queens Brother (even favorite weapons) to show up and share their perspective in character Its pretty hilarious and just another example of how weve rooted their imaginations in this brave new world I hope they never stop Contact us at [email protected] according to its Facebook page. were also brought to the hospital, Kessler said in a note to clients.

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