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By the hoary hosts of Hoggoth! We'd better get some good games out of all these newly announced super hero flicks... or it'll be clobberin' time.
Nintendo is bringing The Legend of Zelda, F-Zero, and Animal Crossing to Mario Kart 8.
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Mike revisits Sunset City for your enjoyment and edification.
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The Kinect games pipeline seems all but dried up. Will the music rhythm game Fantasia be the first and last of its kind? If it is, at least it's starting with a bang, and ending on a high note.
Microsoft makes a desperate lunge at your wallet this holiday with three discounted Xbox One bundles.
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Insomniac Games wants you to enjoy the end of Sunset City in its Xbox One exclusive.
If the point of a demo is to turn doubters into customers, the new Pokémon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire sampler is doing something right.
Perhaps the answer to this question will come to you immediately - or perhaps you might need to sit down and think about this one. Either way, what old TV show would you like to play as a game?
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Yes, it's as insane as you think.
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