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  1. There’s a Guardians of the Galaxy Mobile Game by Comics Writer Dan Abnett That You Can Play Right Now

    Join the galaxy's finest bunch of a-holes.

    Dan Abnett's newly formed Guardians of the Galaxy run, with cowriter Andy Lanning, starting in 2008 was the primary basis and inspiration for the upcoming movie we can't stop talking about, so when Disney needed someone to write the tie-in mobile game, Abnett was the go-to writer. Marvel has proven pretty unbeatable at the movies, and tapping one of its comics writers for a game is just more great fanservice.

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  2. Harmonix Announces Fantasia: Music Evolved, Makes Us Wish We Were Actual Sorcerers

    Is there at least a secret level where we get to play as dancing ballerina hippos?

    You know how critics of music-centric video games like Guitar HeroRock Band, and Just Dance used to argue that such games gave you a false feeling of accomplishment because you were basically putting time and energy into simulating a skill (guitar playing, dancing, etc) that you weren't actually learning? Prepare to not be worried about that with the upcoming Fantasia: Music Evolved, because if this trailer is any indication of the actual gameplay, all you're going to be putting time and energy into is waving your arms around like Mickey Mouse does in The Sorcerer's Apprentice. Which, granted, sounds pretty awesome. Who hasn't wished they could control the elements with a sweep of their hand? And by elements, I mean "dubstep beats."

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  3. Disney Infinity’s Going to Make the Company a Ridiculous Amount of Money

    So, Disney officially revealed the details on Disney Infinity at their Hollywood press conference yesterday. There'd been rumors as to what exactly Disney Infinity would be, and it looks like the majority were correct: We're looking at a Disney-endorsed clone of Activision's wildly popular Skylanders. Figures can be bought to unlock content within the video games, which means Disney will be raking in the cash on both fronts. In a lot of ways, Disney's fired up the machine that basically just prints money.

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