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The Daily Hotness: Chef's Surprise


11:59 PM on 08.16.2013



I've never had the touch for culinary arts. Like piano and art lessons, it's one of those things I wish I would have spent more time cultivating as a child. Now I regret that decision even more, as our own Steven Hansen shows us that cooking is the next breakthrough in the videogame jourmnalizm. When this spreads like wildfire, just remember you saw it here first.

Today, Dragon Age: Inquisition brings back elves and dwarf options for player characters, Fraser gives us his review of Dishonored's final piece of DLC, Ryu Hayabusa and Strider Hiryu have a Death Battle, Persona 4 Arena's newest iteration starts field testing, and Hamza brings us a video preview of Call of Duty: Ghosts .

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Community:
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Live show: Worms Clan Wars

Contests:
Contest: Win Tickets to Japan Expo!

Reviews:
Review: Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches

Previews:
Preview: Licking everyone in Pokemon X and Y

News:
Persona 4 Arena follow-up starts location test in Japan
NPD: NCAA Football and 3DS rise to the top in July
New Adventure Time game gets 3DS-only collector's edition
Batman: Arkham Origins' villainous collector's edition
Super Mario RPG battle system inspired by children's toy
Xbox Live Gold freebies: Dead Rising 2 and Case Zero
Play Guild Wars 2 for free next weekend
Wii U indies dish about their eShop experience
Expect five DLC packs for Payday 2 this year
Ubisoft's digital boss says retail sales won't go away
Call of Duty: Ghosts will have higher-res textures on PC
Games for Windows Live Marketplace closing soon
EA 'didn't give a sh*t about FIFA'
Disney has spent over $100M on Infinity development
Halo 4 getting new armor mods, playlist updates
Dragon Age: Inquisition caters to all races

Offbeat:
Shinobi clash! Ryu Hayabusa vs. Strider Hiryu
And now, 50 SNES final bosses bite the big one
Who wants 3D printed Final Fantasy VII figures? ME!
Mega Man card game will make me even more poor
Movie Defense Force: Silent Hill

Media:
Thief coming out on February 25, 2014 for Xbox One & PS4
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs set for September 10
The evolution of PlayStation's graphics over the years
Castle of Illusion out first week of September






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