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"Like Getting a Whole New Xbox": New Xbox Live Dashboard Re-Invents TV Viewing, Interface, Search and Storage

The number-crunchers at Microsoft know the reasons you turn off your Xbox 360. It's to surf videos on YouTube, to tune in a pay-per-view fight or to catch the new episode of a TV show you want to watch as soon as it airs. More »


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It's a League of Legendary Cosplay

Another good week this, not just for fans of exquisite cosplay, but fans of exquisite cosplay who may not also be fans of over-played genre staples like Final Fantasy and Zelda.
I mean, sure, we've got people dressed up as people from those series, but for those after something more original, there... More »


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This MMA Fighter is Bonkers for Skyrim. He Can Kick Your Ass. For Real!

Jon Fitch (above, celebrating after a win) makes his living kicking the crap out of people. As one of the world's best mixed martial artists, he's top drawer at what he does. More »


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Jackasses Destroy a Fleet of Ferraris

One Sunday about a month ago, I was driving my family to Himeji. It was a drizzly early morning on the Chugoku Expressway, and I just cleared Kobe. To my right, a trio of Lancia Delta Integrales came whizzing by. More »


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From Amazing Outfits to Naked Man Butt: Cosplay on Stage

This Sunday saw a whole host of cosplayers take the stage at club Nicofarre in Tokyo's Roppongi. There were dudes with big swords and one dude in a dangerous bikini. More »


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The Only Video Game Journalists to Get Action Figures

Today, GamePro magazine ceases to be. Which for lovers of print is a bit of a sad moment, given the fact it's been around since 1988.
In that time it's previewed, reviewed and wrote about a lot of games, but for me it'll always be remembered as the only video game magazine to ever get its own line... More »

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