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Norman Reedus and Guillermo Del Toro both make appearances in Death Stranding, the new game from famed game designer and writer Hideo Kojima. Sony Interactive Entertainment / Kojima Productions hide caption

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Games & Humor

New Game 'Death Stranding' Is A Compelling Mess

The latest game from visionary game designer Hideo Kojima is marred by moments of frustrating gameplay and bad dialogue. That doesn't mean it isn't interesting.

Soulful L'Indecis
Bread and Butter Bhi Bhiman
Bad Bad News Leon Bridges

Maryland now offers the country's first master's degree in the study of the science and therapeutics of cannabis. Pictured, an employee places a bud into a bottle for a customer at a weed dispensary in Denver, Colo. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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You Can Get A Master's In Medical Cannabis In Maryland

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New Game 'Death Stranding' Is A Compelling Mess

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Neon Experience Június Meyvant

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