Reddit slams first Sea of Thieves player to reach ‘Pirate Legend’ status

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In the latest gossip from the occasionally bizarre world of gaming communities, fans of the pirate game Sea of Thieves are angry because a popular Twitch streamer allegedly cheated his way to the top spot. The streamer, Prod1gyX, became one of the first to reach “Pirate Legend” status earlier this week. Within a few hours, critics popped up, accusing him of boosting his way to the top by claiming loot discovered by various players as his own. They even have their own hashtag: #NotMyPirateLegend. Ordinarily, I’d dismiss this as trolling, but a quick look over the Sea of Thieves subreddit makes me…

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Over a million people have already played ‘Sea of Thieves’

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Have you been struggling to play Sea of Thieves since it launched on March 20th? There's a good explanation for it. In a launch update, Rare's Craig Duncan and Joe Neate have revealed that over 1 million unique gamers have played the online pirate…
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What’s on TV: ‘Sea of Thieves,’ ‘Krypton’ and ‘Roxanne, Roxanne’

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While the NCAA tournament moves on to the Sweet Sixteen and Elite 8, gamers have some interesting new options as Sea of Thieves arrives on PC and Xbox One, and the co-op escape game A Way Out goes on sale with an unusual twist — as long as you buy i…
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Microsoft is giving away ‘Sea of Thieves’ with Xbox purchases

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Microsoft is gearing up to make playing Sea of Thieves as easy as possible. If you've heard all the hype surrounding the cartoony pirate simulator but don't already own an Xbox (or PC) to play it on, for a limited time, when you buy an Xbox One X you…
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Thieves Swipe $22K in Apple Products from Upscale Arkansas Store

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Arkansas police are currently on the lookout for a group of “between four and six” brazen thieves who, over the weekend, allegedly made their way into and stole as much as $ 22,000 worth of high-tech merchandise from Apple’s Little Rock, Arkansas retail store. According to a report from local FOX News affiliate, Channel 16, the […]
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Online thieves are impersonating authors to launder money on Amazon

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Patrick Reames earned over $ 20,000 selling books on Amazon last year. He didn’t see a dime of it. Reames, a credited author who’s earned money selling books on Amazon in the past, first learned of the mistake after receiving tax paperwork from the company. His 1099 form reported almost $ 24,000 in income, all from selling books via Createspace — Amazon’s self-publishing arm that allows anyone to sell their work on the platform. The work, though, wasn’t his. He told Brian Krebs, from Krebs on Security: Based on what I could see from the ‘sneak peak’ function, the book was nothing…

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‘Sea of Thieves’ will live or die by how its world grows

Sea of Thieves is unquestionably an absolute blast to play. It unashamedly embraces every seafarer cliché and trope so you can live out all your pirate fantasies, just without the sunburn, scurvy and missing appendages. You can down grog until…
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Sea of Thieves is huge, fun, and just what the Xbox One needs

I’ve spent hours pretending to be a pirate, eating bananas in a peculiar fashion, smiling until I cried, and getting drunk to the point of dizziness — all with the help of an Xbox controller. British video game developer Rare, creator of classics like Battletoads, GoldenEye 007, and Banjo-Kazooie, has moved in a new direction with the upcoming pirate game Sea of Thieves. The studio has been stuck making Kinect games for Microsoft’s discontinued Xbox accessory in recent years, and Sea of Thieves is an impressive return to form. It’s been teased for years, and it sets sail next month as Microsoft’s big new Xbox One and PC exclusive where console players can battle PC gamers for buried treasure.

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T-Mobile sued after porting man’s number to thieves who stole his cryptocurrency

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If you’re a T-Mobile customer, you might have gotten a text message from the carrier recently that warned of number porting scams. Now it’s clear why Tmo is so concerned. A Washington man has filed suit against the carrier for improperly porting his number, allowing thieves to make off with his cryptocurrency. Although, with the current price of crypto, he might have been wiped out by now even if his coins weren’t stolen.

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