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Under the Pale Blue Sky of Faron Woods, Inside the Mushroom-Lit Skyview Temple of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, as Totilo will explain a bit later today in his full impressions of the game's initial dungeon, is the sort of Zelda that fans have been waiting for, for two decades. More »


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Woody Isn't Just a Toy Story Character. He's a Plastic Figure Pervert.

Last summer, legendary Japanese figure maker Kaiyodo released a Revoltech figure of Woody from Toy Story. Soon after it was released, people started noticing that, yes, something was off with the figure. More »


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The Cyborg R.A.T. 7 Albino Looks More Like a Mass Effect Battleship Than a Gaming Mouse

I use my PC almost as much as I use my lungs. I work ten hours a day on it, and when I'm not working on it, I'm sending emails, curating Facebook or watching videos of cats. More »


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The Fine Art of StarCraft II, Diablo III and World of Warcraft

Like another man who has done such fine work for Blizzard, Mathias Verhasselt, Chris Thunig is here for one reason and one reason only: his amazing landscape paintings for Diablo III, StarCraft II and World of Warcraft.
Thunig specialises in matte paintings, which are static, highly-detailed images... More »


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Rape, Racism & Repetition: This is Probably the Worst Game Ever Made

When you think about it, commercial video games are usually pretty harmless. Sure, they can be violent, but there's rarely any larger controversy surrounding a game involving things like drugs, politics, or sex.
Which only makes 1982's Custer's Revenge all the more interesting. More »


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