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11:59 PM on 01.21.2013

Guys, look how freaking happy that panda is. Who cares he's dropping kitten bombs on a city? Look how happy everything is!

Speaking of people being happy, it was announced today that Project X Zone will be localized here for the US, we reviewed Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, Atari filed for bankruptcy, and many more awesome things happened on 1/21/2013.

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Corgis cosplaying as your favorite videogame heroes 
C'mon, Level-5! Localize Ni no Kuni DS already! 
Marvel vs. Capcom 3 played on Rock Band drums 
The Network Roundup: All hail the King 

Community threads of 1/21
Forum thread of the day: The Ni No Kuni Thread: show Japan some love

Contest: Win the Assassin's Creed graphic novel trilogy! 
Last call to win a Ghost Destructoid Bobblehead! 

Review: Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch 
Review: Razer Sabertooth  

The maps are never the same in Special Forces: Team X 
Preview: Project X Zone is boob jiggling fan service  
Preview: Treading familiar ground with Tales of Xillia 

Reminder: The PlayStation Store takes PayPal now 
Good Old Games adds a Leisure Suit Larry collection 
Street Fighter X Mega Man unofficially hits Mac 
Zen Pinball 2 Wii U Pricing confirmed 
Project X Zone getting localized, coming to North America 
Atari files bankruptcy, everything on sale 
New releases: Ni no Kuni arrives at last 
Some guy: Xbox might be sold to Sony, Microsoft is ruined 
God of War: Ascension single-player demo in the works 
PC version of GTA V listed on European Amazon sites 
Japan gets snazzy new red and blue slim PS3 systems 
Max Payne 3's 'Deathmatch Made in Heaven' out tomorrow  
Nintendo may alter its office requirement for eShop devs 
Ubisoft say no delay with Splinter Cell: Blacklist for PC 
Riot bans two more 'toxic' pro League of Legends players 
Temple Run 2 has been downloaded 20 million times already 
Awww: Bungie visits a recovering child at the hospital 

The Mega Man Boss Battle Tribute art show is coming 
Jimquisition: Accepting the Isms 
This is one incredible Gordon Freeman statue 

Owlboy gets new footage and some lovely music 
Here's how to get Mass Effect armor in Dead Space 3 
Tekken Card Tournament uses virtual and physical cards 
Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic 3DS gets a trailer 
Episode 6 of Halo 4's Spartan Ops roasts some Elites 
Battle Robot Spirits: Tons of anime mecha in one game 

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