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  1. Review: You’re Invited to the Heart-Stopping Terror Party in Five Nights at Freddy’s 2

    Leave the lights on and make sure that your stuffed animals have their fluffy limbs tied before you play Five Night’s at Freddy’s 2—we don’t want them squiggling around and creeping behind our backs.

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  2. Hatred, A Game About a Serial Mass Murderer, Has Been Banned From Steam Greenlight

    Hatred's trailer made waves earlier this back in October for being... well, pretty disturbing. Basically, it's about a serial mass murderer who goes on a 'genocidal crusade' against innocent civilians because he hates the world—you know, every goth middle schooler's dream! But now the game's getting attention not for its hyper violence, but for getting banned off of Steam Greenlight.

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  3. Classic Video Games Meet Bowie Lyrics in Fetching Prints

    wakka wakka wakka wakka wakka

    Butcher Billy's Space Oddity Game Program project breathes new design life into David Bowie's hit Space Oddity, which, being an pop music plebe I admit that I am familiar with for the same reason I'm familiar with any experimental rock: I am a huge The Venture Bros. fan. I did know all but one of the video game references Billy makes, though?

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  4. Review: Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris Raids Barren Old Tombs

    It’s good to see Lara Croft raiding classic tombs again. After last year’s Tomb Raider reboot focused so heavily on combating islanders, I longed for another adventure where she’d rattle off facts about mythological gods and beasts, get a witty jab in at her archaeological rivals, and execute a perfect somersault—all before finishing her sentence. In Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris, she does it without breaking a sweat. As it should be.

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  5. Aisha Tyler Speaks Out About Harassment and Women in Gaming

    Press start to kick ass.

    While the main focus of Monday night's Paley Center panel was discussing the ways in which women in STEM fields could be better represented on television, that didn't mean the video gaming industry didn't also come up in conversation as well. As a gamer herself and frequent host of Ubisoft's E3 press conference, actor and comedian Aisha Tyler had a lot to say on how women fit into the community, both as players and as characters.

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  6. A Whole Bunch of Classic SEGA Games Are About to Get Adapted Into Films

    RISE FROM YOUR GRAVE!

    A new plan means your old favorites like Altered Beast, Shinobi, Golden Axe and more could be getting the big screen treatment.

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  7. Dying Light‘s Oculus Rift Support Is a Perfect Fit for the Game and VR

    Techland's (Dead Island, Call of JuarezDying Light is an open world zombie game all about freedom in moving around the environment to escape your imminent doom at the bloody hands of the infected. If that kind of huge, open world ready for exploration seems like a perfect fit for the Oculus Rift, that's probably because it is.

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  8. Dorkly Presents The Best Fighting Game-Style Art, Including Some Real Fan-Made Games

    Eat your heart out, Salty Bet.

    Fighting games are very difficult to master, but I'd be okay with losing every single match I ever if it meant I got to play as Daenerys Targeryen, Princess Momonoke, or the Soup Nazi. Dorkly has more where that came from, including fanart, fan-made games, and even concept art for real games that never ended up getting made.

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  9. Fight the Feels in the Last of Us Honest Trailer

    I... I can't do it. Oh, *bleep.* *Bleeeeep.*

    Screenjunkies' Honest Trailers made the brave move of taking on a fairly universally loved movie yesterday with Guardians of the Galaxy, and today's video game honest trailer follows suit with The Last of Us, which is pretty widely regarded as an awesome game. You have earned a trophy: Haters Gonna Hate.

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  10. Facepalm: People Are Selling “Invisible” Nintendo Amiibo on eBay

    Well played, trolls.

    It started with two-cannon Samus selling for an absurdly high price and legless horror Peach—not to be confused with other horrific forms of Peach—but eBay's defective amiibo collector's item game has gone next-level. Now people are literally putting absolutely nothing up for sale and making an art form out of trolling collectors for their absurd overpayment.

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