The Daily Hotness: Killstreaks make no sense in real life

Call of Duty‘s multiplayer may be fun, but let’s get real for a second: Killstreaks make zero sense. 

Jim reviewed Batman: Arkham City, there’s “no room” for a Space Marine sequel, The Binding of Isaac gets a massive free update, Final Fantasy XIV is still on its way to perfection (and PS3), and more happened on 10/14/2011.

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Friday Night Fights: The Pink Knight!
Payday: The Heist’s Long Arm of the Law
Just how evil is ZeniMax?
The Question: Is Arkham City’s ‘Catwoman Pass’ too much?
The DTOID Show: Syndicates, Battlefields, and Bagmen!

Villains: An analysis of Psycho Mantis
Community Blogs of 10/14
Forum thread of the day: Hipster Gamer

Last call! Win $50 towards a Halloween costume

Review: Batman: Arkham City

NYCC: Cosplay has gone to the…
Square Enix plans to party at New York Comic-Con
NYCC: You should play Batman: Arkham City in Dolby 5.1

War of the Worlds set to hit XBLA October 26th
THQ: There may be ‘no room’ for a Space Marine sequel
I-War, The Witcher & Total Annihilation among GOG deals
Scare story: Videogames can give children dementia
THQ denies Warhammer 40K: Dark Millennium Online details
GameStop to put Arkham City Catwoman pass in USED copies
Huge Final Fantasy XIV update, PS3 version next year
The Binding of Isaac update delivers improved save system
The Amazing Spider-Man Movie game is happening

Bloody Trapland destroys some miserable felines
Hideo concert will be in southern California in November
Gameloft copies Red Dead Redemption with Six Guns
Sonic Generations brings the bosses in new trailer
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword gets new screens
Go Vacation is truly emotional
Here’s the HUGE NYCC trailer for Final Fantasy XIII-2
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron trailer AW F*CK GRIMLOCK!
Meet Jimmie Johnson’s first kart racer, Cinderblock
JForce: Unstoppable is the “Best Indie Game EVER”
Tonight: Batman: Arkham City on Jimmy Fallon
House of the Dead trailer is ad for a crossbow emporium
New Dev diary from The Secret World
Marvel Pinball planned as a PlayStation Vita launch title

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