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These Pokemon hamburgers are to 'dye' for

Australian burger pop-up Down-n-Out (In-n-Out down under) is selling a two-week run of Pokemon-inspired hamburgers. Squirtle got the shaft as the crew went with two starters, Bulbasaur and Charmander, as well as the ubiquitous Pikachu. The ...   read

 
 
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Get hard, Sega Hard, this October

Can you believe it's been 15 weeks since the last entry in the Hyperdimension Neptunia franchise was released? What's taking so long? If the past few months without your waifu have been excruciating, fret not. Idea Factory Interna...   read

 
 
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AI-chatting sci-fi game Event[0] set for Steam in September

Funny, strange, sometimes alarming things can occur when you chat up one of those artificial intelligence bots capable of convincingly chatting back. Look no further than Cleverbot. It's all right there in the parental-advice disclaimer: "t...   read

 
 
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$10 Mad Max appears in Bundle Stars encore sale

Think summer sales are over? Think again. Bundle Stars has kicked off yet another round of deals with an encore sale. While most of the games in the promotion aren't anything to write home about, we have spotted a few new items at even lowe...   read

 
 
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Now's your chance! Send us your best Podtoid questions

Listen, folks. We like to have fun around here. We tell jokes, share "memes," and send boxes of snakes to Darren's house. All the normal coworker behavior. But there's one thing that we can't do without you. We can't answer questions unless...   read

 
 
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Inside releases on PS4 today, and you should totally play it

It's not even September, but there has been a fair amount of preliminary talk about game of the year. Everyone has their own opinion. Chris keeps championing Overwatch, I won't shut up about The Witness, Zack really loves Devil Daggers, etc...   read

 
 
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You can now relive Call of Duty 2 on Xbox One

Folks have politely and sometimes not-so-politely asked the powers that be to get Call of Duty: Black Ops II playable on Xbox One. It's among the most-requested games, if not number-one. First, there was Black Ops -- it joined the backward-...   read

 
 
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New video of unreleased GoldenEye XBLA game unearthed

Once upon a time, Rare was working on an updated port of GoldenEye 007 for Xbox 360. This remaster, in addition to having updated textures and models, would have included online play and a special split-screen online option. Whomever i...   read

 
 
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The Witness is set for a September release on Xbox One

Almost nine months after the original PC and PS4 release, The Witness is coming to Xbox One. As it turns out, PS4's console exclusivity was timed, allowing this port to come out toward the end of the year. In a post on Xbox Wire, Jonat...   read

 
 
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Berserk Musou adds a playable Wyald to its ranks

Berserk is getting yet another playable character in the form of Wyald, a demonic beast-like entity that appeared in the manga, but not the TV show or films. Much like Zodd, he's capable of transforming into his bestial form based on t...   read

 
 


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Pokemon Go loses over 10 million daily players

Pokemon Go made record profits in its first month, but the reason King sold for $6 billion, for example, wasn't Candy Crush's first month (a paltry $25 million earned to Go's $200 million), but sustained engagement.  After peaking 2-3 ...   read

 
 
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Overwatch x Metal Slug

Overwatch's bright, styling characters make for some sharp sprites. 2D is best D, just sayin'. Shout out to artist and animator Josh Hano.   read

 
 
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Sony is bringing a wireless adapter and PlayStation Now to PC

Sony is coming out with a wireless USB adapter for the DualShock 4 this September. It's going to cost $24.99, which is what these sorts of things typically go for, and it'll let you use the controller's "every feature" on PC and Mac. If you...   read

 
 
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Get half off Street Fighter V plus Capcom classics in the PlayStation Humble Bundle

If you like Capcom/PlayStation games bundled humbly, then boy do you have a very specific wheelhouse which I am about to pleasure. One dollar or more gets you Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando 3 (PS3), Strider (PS3 or PS4), Super Puzzle Fig...   read

 
 
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I played a game where you help a Donald Trump cat run for President

Right now in my Destructoid email, I have roughly 25,000 unread emails. It’s quite the eclectic collection of crap I’ll never read, from press releases in Japanese I don’t understand to the YouTubers who want us to know th...   read

 
 
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New Zelda: Breath of the Wild footage shows off runes

A post from Nintendo Europe's Twitter account has given us a video showing off some runes from the upcoming Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It looks like some pretty neat stuff, especially when coupled with the dynamic world of the gam...   read

 
 
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Alienation now has weekly challenges and new loot

Local co-op support was the big post-release addition for Alienation, but Housemarque is back with another free update for its twin-stick shooter, as well as some DLC. As of today, you'll now have Weekly Missions with "unusual rules" to tac...   read

 
 
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The second Nioh beta is out today, with a new DLC to unlock

Nioh has rapidly shot up my "most anticipated" list. While Team Ninja is a hit or miss studio in a post-Itagaki world (who is also hit or miss these days!), it seemed to really nail it with this one. It helps that we've gotten not one,...   read

 
 
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More Microsoft published games will eventually hit Steam

The recent news that Quantum Break would be heading to Steam wasn't just some one-off event. In a recent interview with DualShockers, Xbox marketing boss Aaron Greenberg said that Microsoft is looking into bringing more of its tit...   read

 
 
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Overwatch's new castle map Eichenwalde is smaller than you'd think

Despite picking support classes whenever and wherever possible, I was perfectly fine waiting for Blizzard to add Ana, Overwatch's first post-release hero, to the game proper before trying her out. But that new map, Eichenwalde? Not a chance...   read

 
 
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Smash + Grab is definitely not Sleeping Dogs 2

Sleeping Dogs was a pretty good game. The story went nowhere and its DLC was underwhelming, but the actual bones were really solid. It captured the vibe of '80s Hong Kong cinema while introducing some improvements to the GTA open-world...   read

 
 
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Pokemon Go gets an actual feature added, not taken away, in new update

Niantic has been supporting Pokemon Go at a sluggish pace, taking away more features than adding them this past month in a half. But yesterday it notified us of an update that's coming in the form of version 0.35.0 on both iO...   read

 
 
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No Man's Sky 'LowFlight' mod takes the game off the rails

No Man's Sky, as we talked about previously, is a fun chill little game, but over time you'll start to notice its blemishes. For instance, on-planet flight can feel really clunky, almost like an afterthought (having to refuel every minute b...   read

 
 
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Get a constant influx of pussy with Android N's easter egg

Yesterday, some Nexus phone owners were treated to an upgrade to Nougat aka Android 7.0, the latest version of Google's we-can-do-iOS-stuff-too-kinda operating system. It's by far the best version of Android I've ever used; punchy and crisp...   read

 
 
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After six years, Star Trek Online releases its most sought-after starship

Normally, it's not news when Star Trek Online releases a new playable starship. After all, over six years in operation Cryptic's Trek-themed MMO has added hundreds of ships to shoot aliens with. However, this is no normal ship. It's th...   read

 
 
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