Bunny Ears. A 40 Year-old Lady. And a Nintendo DS Game.

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Hop | TOKYO, JAPAN: Forty-something year-old bikini model Natsuki Okamoto promotes Kaigo Navi DS or "Nursing Care Navigation DS". (Photo: ファミ通)

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This Lara Croft Will Set You Back $350 This new Lara Croft statue, from Sideshow Collectibles, will go on sale later this year for the princely sum of $350. Aside from a rather fetching-looking paperweight, what else do you get for that kind of money?


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Japan is Not Thrilled by the 3DS. Here's Why. So far, Nintendo's 3DS looks to be a bust. This could change; the portable is still early in its lifecycle. But Japanese gamers aren't exactly snapping the machine up. There must be reasons for this. Turns out, there are.

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Online Death Threats Lead to Arrest Aya Hirano rocketed to fame with roles in anime The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and video games like Eternal Sonata. But in summer 2010, Hirano decided to make the leap from voice actress to TV celebrity, pissing off her rabid fan base in the process.

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Behind the Scenes of The Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past For the past few years, Nintendo has run a series of interviews on its website called "Iwata Asks", giving us behind-the-scenes looks at some of the company's most important games and pieces of hardware.

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The Art of StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm In addition to releasing dozens of new screen shots for StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm, Blizzard's second chapter in the real-time strategy trilogy, the developer also offered us a look at some early, Zerg-centric concept art.

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I've been re-reading a lot of Kurt Vonnegut recently. Fantastic stuff. What have you been reading? –Brian Ashcraft

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