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Each week throws off several new video game lists ranging from the humorous to the trivial. What's better? A list of those. Here's a roundup of the rundowns out there.

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Top 10 Movie Referencing Duke Nukem Quotes [Planet Xbox 360] Duke Nukem is shot through with petty theft from other movies' scripts; here's a collection of 10. We're all pretty sure what No. 1 is, even if it has been repeatedly misquoted (and frequently misattributed to Duke.)

Top 10 Movie Referencing Duke Nukem Quotes [Planet Xbox 360] Duke Nukem is shot through with petty theft from other movies' scripts; here's a collection of 10. We're all pretty sure what No. 1 is, even if it has been repeatedly misquoted (and frequently misattributed to Duke.)

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The 5 Most Quintessential Squaresoft Titles [PS3 Maven] In the late 1990s I was too consumed with my newspaper career to have much time, or money, for console video gaming. That said, I definitely remember the old Squaresoft ads for games like Final Fantasy VII and thinking I'd been left behind by video games. Catch up with these five.

The Biggest Disappointments in Video Games [UGO] Plenty of familiar faces here: Driver 3, Tony Hawk: Ride, and I suppose Modern Warfare 2 qualifies given expectations. No. 1 is not even released yet.

The 10 Best Games Based on the DC Universe [Complex] This might as well have been a Batman list as he figures in (or on the cover of) eight of them.

Top 10 Coolest Pointless Moments in Gaming [Ranker] This salute to video gaming's garnishes begins with Cole Phelps' removable hat in L.A. Noire. How the flushable commodes in Mafia II didn't make the list, I don't know.

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I'm surprised that Final Fantasy III (aka, VI) didn't make the cut on the Squaresoft list. I see that title as the game changer in the Final Fantasy series, especially when it came to story and character development.