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  • That's One Way To Play Jenga

    Impressive Jenga skills right there. And if you check the video below, even though the wobble is minimal, it doesn't look like the pieces were glued together. Still, it' ...

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  • Dark Souls Characters Turned Into Amazing Statues

    The raw looks and the rough paint job make these figurines by artist futantshadow unique and cool. They're just like the ones in all three Souls games: blurred shapes in the dark, coming after you. Here are some highlights, including a Darkwraith, Marvelous Chester, ...

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  • Link faces Gyorg in a 19th century-era Termina.

    Link faces Gyorg in a 19th century-era Termina. The painting, called "Majora's Mask Remix," is the work of VFX artist Valdis Matas, who posted the pic to the Polycount forums' 2D section last week. It's quite amazing. Majora's Mask Remix [P ...

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  • Richard’s Top Ten Games of 2014

    As you read this list, you’re going to notice something about me: The thing I most care about in a game isn’t the gameplay, but the plot. I just love a well-told story. Thus, my personal top 10 list is largely full of either plot-heavy games or those that told their story in a novel way. Steins;Gate Set in modern day Akihabara, the plot follows a man who accidentally discover ...

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  • M3’s Second Half Lacks What Made the Show Great: Endless Despair

    A few months back, I reviewed the first half of M3: The Dark Metal and was impressed at the mecha anime’s neverending conga line of despair. And if there is one major flaw in the second half of the series, it’s that the conga line did, in fact, end. [Note: This review contains major spoilers for M3: The Dark Metal.

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  • See The Weapon That Beats The Wave Motion Gun In The New Yamato Movie

    As far as I know, we still haven't gotten the new Space Battleship Yamato 2199 TV/movie series in the United States, even after it aired a whole season in Japan. But now, there's a follow-up movie, Star-Voyaging Ark, in which the Yamato gets hit with a weapon called the Flame Direct Attack Cannon, that can "transcend space." Yes, there's now a weapon more devastating than the Wave Motion Gun.

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  • The Folks Who Made Mad Men's Intro Also Make Game Trailers

    Imaginary Forces is a creative design studio that works on all kinds of stuff, from trailers to game logos. You might have seen their God of War stuff, but you've definitely seen their Marvel work, as it's the "flipbook" animation that plays before every one of the company's superhero movies. Oh, and they also did the iconic intros to Mad Men and Boardwalk Empire.

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  • The Most Random Fallout Playthrough

    If nothing else, I have to admire this Fallout: New Vegas player for his persistence. He's making every choice by rolling D20 dice. New Vegas is a huge game with countless dialogue options. That's, um—let me see, carry the several thousand—a megafuckton of real-life dice rolls. BetaRayBen has a simple objective: use D20 dice (as seen in tabletop games like Dungeons & Dra ...

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  • Luke's Top Ten Games Of 2014

    2014 was indeed a disappointing year for video games, punctuated by some big-budget misfires. But hey, it's not like every game released in 2014 sucked. Some were OK! And some were even better than OK. With everything from Watch Dogs to Destiny to Assassin's Creed Unity disappointing in its own special way, my list this year is defined by surprises. The good kind.

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  • Minecraft's Creator Buys The Most Expensive House In Beverly Hills

    In case you needed a material transaction to show you just how much money Markus Persson, aka Notch, has having sold Mojang (and Minecraft) to Microsoft, take a look at this: the dude just paid $70 million (and maybe beat out Beyonce & Jay-Z) to buy the most expensive house in Beverly Hills. The John Aaroe Group just announced the sale, at a record (for Beverly Hills) $70 million.

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