It's true, studying in toilet is the best. Here's what we have taped on the door of our bathroom — poems from the hyakunin isshu. Kind of makes the toilet seem all the more literate.



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When Your Developer Goes Bust, The Music Must Go On Game designer (and musical maestro) Simon Viklund has had some adjusting to do over the past few years, watching a game series he was once a driving force behind end up in the arms of another man. Well, team.



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Nintendo-Powered Museum Closes Its Doors I often get emails from readers, asking where they should go while visiting Japan. There are the obvious answers like Akihabara or Den-Den Town. But one place I usually recommend, a Nintendo-funded museum in Kyoto, is closing its doors. For the time being, at least.



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This Uncharted Art Is So Good You'll Think You Can Touch It Despite the amazing name, Hanno Hagedorn is not a Norse God. He is a mortal, an artist who worked on Uncharted 2, crafting 3D images so damn pretty you have to be told they're not actual works of sculpture.



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Celebrate Zelda's Birthday With This Stunning Painting Japanese artist ag+ has commemorated the 25th anniversary of the release of the original Legend of Zelda in the best possible way: with one of the most amazing pieces of fan art you will ever see.



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How The Great Gatsby Became A Long Lost NES Game The Great Gatsby—the "NES" version, that is—started its strange life as a single screen shot, a pixelated recreation of Francis Cugat's iconic cover art for F. Scott Fitzgerald's great American novel.