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If another player tries giving you grief about money, just put a bucket over their head and steal everything.
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All the news, rumors, and speculation surrounding the newest thing from Nintendo.
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PSN Halloween Sale, GTA V, Cities: Skylines, Sleeping Dogs, and more!
I have to go now. My planet needs me.
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Here's a full list of Nintendo's development partners for Switch.
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Frictional Games' horror series is heading to the PS4.
First Angry Birds, now Candy Crush is making the transition.
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You won't have Japanese voices in Persona 5, so you should get used to these voice actors.
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