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Playboy's annual Girls of Videogames 2010 spread

Gamers are inherent masturbators, so it's no surprise that Playboy regularly reaches out to them with nude renderings of videogame girls. BloodRayne, Velvet Assassin and Clive Barker's Jericho are among the D-list games that have featured i...   read

 
 
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Time's top ten games of 2009

It's almost the end of the year, which means that top ten lists and reflective features are all the rage. Time magazine is among the first to print its definitive top ten games of 2009, and I'm sure you can all guess which game has taken th...   read

 
 
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Splinter Cell: Conviction co-op details are coming

More videogame-related beans are being spilled in another magazine. According to CVG, the January issue of PC Zone magazine has the first shred of information about Splinter Cell: Conviction’s co-operative component as well as the fir...   read

 
 
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Dude, relive the 90s with these rad game ads

Our friends over at Bitmob recently scrounged up some ancient videogame magazines that date all the way back to the mid 1990s, and yes, they were nice enough to share their shocking archeological find with us. Depending on where you live, i...   read

 
 
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Check out Made of Myth, wish you could read French

Kotaku posted about a new French gaming magazine called Amusement a few days ago that caught my eye and today they got some very cool images from one of the mag's stories. I'm going two ways with this story so stick with me. The first direc...   read

 
 
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PlayStation World Magazine bites the dust

I know we talk here and there about the death of the print magazine, but seriously folks, it's not looking so good. This morning, MCV reported that Future Publishing has announced that they will be closing PlayStation World Magazine. One me...   read

 
 
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That's our Eidos: Arkham Asylum review score shenanigans

Oh Eidos, your PR department is really, really bad at keeping this crap under wraps, aren't you? The company has become notorious for trying to fix and/or "encourage" high review scores for its games, first becoming infamous as a ...   read

 
 
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New EGM to invade all of your devices at once

Electronic Gaming Monthly as you knew it may have folded, your subscription turned into Maxim, pictures of Street Fighter’s Ryu now a hot-young-actress-of-the-moment in lingerie. But the magazine (at least in name) is far from dead, b...   read

 
 
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BioShock 2's Big Daddy design revealed in GamePro

If you loved the first BioShock as much as I did, surely you've been keeping up with the details on BioShock 2. In that case, you'll likely be quite interested in this image on the cover of the July issue of GamePro. The issue features a to...   read

 
 
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Breaking: 1UP acquired by UGO, EGM is officially no more

Yes, folks, the rumblings were true: 1UP has been sold by Ziff Davis to UGO Entertainment and its parent company, Hearst Corporation, including 1UP's associated Web sites GameVideos, MyCheats, and GameTab.Sadly, the acquisition will undoubt...   read

 
 
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Strauss Zelnick: In better shape than T2's shares

Strauss Zelnick has a few things going for him. First, he’s the chairman for Take-Two Interactive and successfully ousted the evil EA Empire out of his front room. Secondly, he’s ripped. GamePolitics is reporting that Zelnick wi...   read

 
 
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OPM is tossing out some Kratos action for LittleBigPlanet in the UK

According to CVG, Media Molecule and the guys at Official PlayStation Magazine in the UK have teamed up to offer a fairly exciting download code to be used with LittleBigPlanet. Included in the packaging of issue 24 will be a code to downlo...   read

 
 
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Gaming magazines aren't dead yet

It seems like everyone is saying "print is dead" lately, especially when it comes to videogame magazines. Even though I write for a gaming Web site, I really enjoy reading gaming mags -- even the sh*tty ones. Does anyone remember ...   read

 
 
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Grand Theft Auto IV to PC confirmed

According to the front Malaysia’s “premier gaming mag” PC Gamer, Grand Theft Auto IV is coming to the PC. As we aren’t in Malaysia, when the misadventures of Niko Bellic and company will be invading your rig is unkno...   read

 
 
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TIME names top ten games of 2007

This list ought to cause some waves in the internets. TIME has complied their top ten games of the year, in numerical order, which will certainly but subject to a great deal of disagreement, flame war and general crap slinging. Esteemed pub...   read

 
 
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Game Informer to reveal Ghostbusters game in December issue (Update)

Well, it's official, and Surfer Girl was correct: there's most certainly a Ghostbusters videogame in the works. Game Informer is set to reveal all of the information on the upcoming game -- which is said to be a sequel to two films -- in th...   read

 
 
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Final Fantasy IV remake for DS gets new system

It seems that a graphical overhaul isn't the only thing that Final Fantasy IV's DS remake is getting. Next in line for the Square-Enix Self-Whoring Parade, Final Fantasy IV will actually get a brand new system feature to go along with the p...   read

 
 
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Famitsu: New glimpse of No More Heroes

While we sit idle waiting 48 hours to see what lies behind the curtain of the new No More Heroes site, Famitsu unzips the pants of the protagonist and offers up a few more photos of the game.  The scan was posted by a French Web site ...   read

 
 
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SimCity Societies, amiable alliteration abounds

EA's long running city building franchise is due a fifth installment, according to CVG, who report that the next issue of US Games for Windows magazine will see the announcement of what has become known as SimCity Societies.So far, the...   read

 
 
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Art Attack Friday: Kamekichi

You know what my favorite kind of art is? The kind that rips apart everything you're used to and are made by artists who were dropped on their heads into a lake of crack, meth and cocaine! So it's only natural that the artist Kamek...   read

 
 
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Game Informer gets their GTA IV exclusive on in upcoming May issue

Do your loins burn in anticipation? Perhaps you've got the IV! After bringing the Internet to its knees with the trailer for Grand Theft Auto IV, Rockstar has decided to once again give Game Informer the first exclusive look at their u...   read

 
 
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Reason #434 to move to Oz: Aussie game journos offered sex for bonzer reviews

Oh, how I love the Land Down Under! The country itself is populated almost entirely by deadly, poisonous animals and pretty blonde girls, and apparently game journalists are the equivalent of Bono or Herve Villachaize down there. Oz is like...   read

 
 
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Dragon Quest and Mario characters team up in Itadaki Street DS

Japanese magazine Shōnen Gangan has revealed some new images of Itadaki Street DS. If you're not familiar, Itadaki Street is a computer board game designed by Dragon Quest creator, Yuji Horii. It originally appeared on the Famicom...   read

 
 
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New Ninja Gaiden Sigma info (PS3)

Courtesy of the latest issue of PSM (April 2007), comes some fleshed out info on the upcoming Ninja Gaiden Sigma for the PlayStation 3. While it's easy to try to write this game off as a next-gen port of a last-gen game, there's cle...   read

 
 
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52 issues of Famitsu just ... $398! Doh

HarrasmentPanda spotted an ironic deal on CheapAssGamer for hardcore gamers obsessed with reading about games we'll see in 6 months (if we're lucky): You can now subscribe to the #1 Japanese game mag Famitsu via Amazon for the low...   read

 
 
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Guntoid! What guns in FPS games have the best sound effects and feedback/feel? My votes have to go to Half Life desert eagle and gauss cannon Doom 2 Super shotgun Quake 3 railgun Painkiller stakegun

 
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Has there ever been a better feeling shotgun in FPS games than Doom 2 Super Shotgun? Not just the power of it but the feel of it, that bass-y boom, the click-click Everything about it screams boomstick

 
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Is it just me, or are very few people excited about Deus Ex: Mankind Divided? Im absolutely stoked for the new game, but I havent seen much buzz for the Thoughts?

 
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Lux Interior

I really wanted to like I am It nails the format, but gets all the details :( Also, it really bugs me that you are awarded an exact kill for finishing off an enemy in the general ballpark of his remaining Exact should mean exact!

 
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So I beat Persona 4 Golden Now Ive started Persona 3

 
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So disappointed by all these FF14 hasnt had any improvements and is still the same TERAs stamina/fatigue thing annoys me to no Wildstar isnt as enjoyable even though they try to emulate Ratchet and Clanks =/

 
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God, I cant stand my girlfriends Good thing getting drunk is a thing people can

 

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