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Keep your pants on while viewing these Cargasm screens

I still can't wrap my head around the name Cargasm. Is it an orgasm of cars? Are the cars enjoying orgasms? Are the drivers? Should players expect to experience a cargasm while playing? Because if so, I'd like to know what I'm getting mysel...   read

 
 
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No Heroes Allowed! coming to PSP, doesn't allow heroes

Remember back when the Badman series was called the Badman series? You know, back before the whole "This sounds too much like Batman so change it or we'll take all your money" thing happened. The series went strong with two games unde...   read

 
 
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Crackdown 2 DLC is broken, don't buy it

Ruffian Games has given players another reason not to play Crackdown 2 today, as its just-released DLC pack, the Toy Box add-on, seems to only take things away from the game. Namely, its ability to function. Ruffian has pointed to a po...   read

 
 
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Celebrate Thong Friday by watching this DeathSpank video

Thong Friday is now a thing. Take off whatever lesser underwear you're currently donning and squeeze into your sexiest neon-colored thong. Do not send us videos. Instead, watch this new story trailer for the upcoming DeathSpank: Thongs of ...   read

 
 
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Rocksteady has a complete build of Batman: Arkham City

The Batman is very pleased this day. His next adventure, Batman: Arkham City, is "complete," playable from start to finish and in need only of some tender polishing.  The information was discovered on a recent OPM podcast (#11 for thos...   read

 
 
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Red 5 announces FireFall for PC, lets you shoot bugs

Red 5 Studios announced today a new team-based shooter, FireFall, due to be released some time in 2011. And it has bugs. Nasty, disgusting bugs. I can only assume that they must all die. The game is being developed by a team made up of des...   read

 
 


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Action-RPG Bastion revealed for PC and consoles

I get more than a little giddy every time I see the words "new action-RPG," and the full reveal of Bastion from Supergiant Games is no different. Couple that with the promise of an unusually emotional experience and you just might hea...   read

 
 
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New screens, trailer capture essence of FEAR 3

  If you ask me, there just aren't enough games with scary-ass pregnant ladies. At least we have FEAR 3, which Warner Brothers and Day 1 Studios is showing off in this brand-new trailer.  While we may not see FEAR 3 until 2011 now...   read

 
 
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Videogames and the pursuit of harmless entertainment

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The rubbing of breasts on faces in Dragon Quest IX

The Dragon Quest saga began for me in earnest only with Dragon Quest VIII. I had played previous games in the series, but not in any capacity other than "OK let's do this oh WTF this is shit?" I never even got around to finishing DQVIII ...   read

 
 
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The restoration of faith in Dragon Quest IX, part two

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The restoration of faith in Dragon Quest IX, part one

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Violence, mystery, and meaning in the dark world of Limbo

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Why games should play the player

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Death, storytelling, and the manipulation of progress

For years, we've heard the same tired proclamations about the limitations of storytelling in videogames. This argument stands apart from the talent involved in making games; it's not that the people making games are poor writers, but tha...   read

 
 
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Forced morality in games will never, ever work

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Open-world mission design is awful, let's fix it

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The world needs to stop revolving around protagonists

Videogames are intimately familiar with the concept of the hero; Games seem built for protagonists, with worlds pieced together and relationships formed to benefit the hero's journey. Yet a strange thing occurred to me recently: many of ...   read

 
 
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Love, loneliness, and companionship in our Fragile Dreams

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A charming skull-laden kickass world: The art of Brutal Legend

It has been said so many times that it now borders upon a meaningless cliché, but the fact remains: a lot of games look the same. I'm not going to lament the propagation of brown color palettes, generic RPG characters, or any othe...   read

 
 
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Something about sex: Videogame items that sound inadvertently sexual

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The hidden truth behind game reviews

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The convergent futures of music games and higher education

You know what makes a lot of money? Music games. Even in 2009, a year in which music games saw a 46% drop in sales from 2008, DJ Hero became the highest-grossing new IP across all genres. It's a game that was being called a failure in the w...   read

 
 
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A powerful ally for narrative: The audio of Bad Company 2

The multiplayer demo for DICE's upcoming war FPS, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, has been out for a while now, and as the release date approaches, people are eating up the one-map demo and finding themselves consumed despite the lack of conten...   read

 
 
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Mass Effect, Metal Gear, Moon Unit, and more: An interview with Jennifer Hale

Ever played a videogame with a female character? Chances are, then, that you've heard the voice of Jennifer Hale. Ophelia from Brutal Legend. Naomi from Metal Gear Solid. Jennifer Mui from Mercenaries. Bastila from Star Wars: Knights of the...   read

 
 
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Not sure if its just my Walmart or all of Picked up Divinity Original Sin on PS4 brand new for $15 just Saw a handful of other discounts on random Amiibo Festival for $20, Mario Tennis U for $30, Animal Crossing House Arrest for

 
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People have been overwhelmingly giving this toy 1-Star reviews on Amazon, because they think theyre buying a set of 3 FULL SIZE school desks, for

 
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Oh wow, I have no idea how to play Everything feels super slow and im just wandering getting shot, lol

 
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Well, Im boss at the job until the end of the Ill try not to kill

 
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Everyones comparing waifus, meanwhile Im here at work fighting back tears over Reis death in Fist of the North

 
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