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  • Activision Targets Call Of Duty Glitch Videos For Take Down

    … All glitches are not created equal. Some are game-breaking, but others can be kinda fun. Some can even be both. You've likely seen YouTubers racked by spasms of scream-laughter at them. Activision's been taking down videos of certain glitches, much to the chagrin of some. Video network Machinima says Activision has been more trigger happy than…

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  • 11/17/2014: Happy Pokémon Omega Ruby And Alpha Sapphire Weekend

    … While I am off to Florida soon to celebrate my birthday, I hope you are all spending quality time with your respective Pokémon. Marinko is celebrating the games' release with this fabulous art. And, as always, head over to Kotaku Selects to catch up on our best stuff from this week. I'll see you all in December when I'm one year older! To contact the author of this post, write to tina@kotaku.com or find her on Twitter at @tinaamini. …

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  • Opinion: Nintendo Should Support GamerGate;

    … Opinion: Nintendo Should Support GamerGate; Posted by Nin3DS on November 22, 2014 As you may know, the infamous GamerGate controversy has been running non stop for months now. Articles have been written on a regular basis by those on both sides. Attacks on social media have kept hitting record highs. Absolutely everyone you can think of (from…

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  • Toxicity in gaming: A relationship between industry and individual

    … to grow a game and community into a major e-sport contender like Riot is with League of Legends. For those unfamiliar with League of Legends, back in 2011 way before the conversation of gaming toxicity hit the popularized mainstream it has today, Riot introduced the Tribunal system. Players who met certain in-game level requirements were given…

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  • How Great Are Black Friday’s Deals? Are They Worth Waiting For?

    … reliance on patterns obscures the fact that great deals are happening in every category all the time. Additionally, our product-savvy readers are far more likely to be shopping for the TV, not a TV. If it's January, you don't need to wait for Black Friday to buy a TV or the Steam Summer Sale to buy a video game, but Black Friday and Cyber Monday…

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  • Captain Toad Is a Story of Murder, Robbery, Addiction and Greed

    … is nothing compared to those plumber brothers or the tyrannical despot who controls the mushroom kingdom with an iron fist. Those monsters... well, they're on a whole other level. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker was released in Japan for the Nintendo Wii U on November 13, 2014. It will be released in North America on December 3, 2014, and in Europe…

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  • Bathing Grandmas Apparently Cut from Pokémon ORAS

    … In the original Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire, there is a hot springs in Lavaridge Town. Players could go and soak in the steamy water with some old ladies. Lavaridge Town returns in Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. So does the bathing. The grannies, it seems, do not. Hot springs are called "onsen" (温泉) in Japanese. The vast majority of hot springs…

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  • Wushu Is a Martial Arts Ballet of Combat and Beauty

    … the years. Wushu is practiced all over the world, but it still isn't an Olympic sport. That's a damn shame, because it sure is fun to watch. Top GIF: wushuboi@YouTube To contact the author of this post, write to bashcraftATkotaku.com or find him on Twitter @Brian_Ashcraft. Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and beyond. Tune in every morning from 4am to 8am. …

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  • After Thirty Years, Father Draws Another Beautifully Hard Maze

    … Previously, Kotaku introduced an incredibly difficult-looking maze that a father created over thirty years ago for his daughter. The drawing took the father seven years. Now, three decades later, he's begun another one. Twitter user Kya7y says her father is aiming to make a maze that is "more beautiful and easier to complete." She added…

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  • Nothing Says New Dragon Ball Anime Like a Green Tracksuit

    … the author of this post, write to bashcraftATkotaku.com or find him on Twitter @Brian_Ashcraft. Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and beyond. Tune in every morning from 4am to 8am. …

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  • The Game Awards 2014 nominees announced

    … of the Year Samsung White Evil Genuises Edward Gaming Newbee Ninjas in Pajamas Trending Gamer Jeff Gerstmann PewDiePie StampyLongHead TotalBiscuit Evan “Vanoss” Fong Best Fan Creation Twitch Plays Pokemon Luigi Death Stare Mine the Diamond (Minecraft song) Minecraft – TITAN City Best Zelda Raper EVER!!! You can vote on the fan categories here. …

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  • Here Come New Final Fantasies for Your Smartphones

    … Portal App is scheduled for release this Winter. The app will be free to download with some for-pay content. 【速報】『FF』シリーズ最新作が電撃発表 あのエイリムも参戦 [ファミ通App] Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and beyond. Tune in every morning from 4am to 8am. To contact the author of this post, write to cogitoergonihilATgmail.com or find him on Twitter @tnakamura8. …

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  • Confusion Over Whether Nintendo Will Offer Paid DLC For Smash Bros.

    … of the service we're providing to gamers." In light of the fine print, I'd say the key words are "isn't paid content from the start." And in an age when paid DLC is a given and expected, whether or not Nintendo will offer paid Smash Bros. downloadable content is rather confusing. Kotaku is following up with Nintendo and will update this story…

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