Kotaku’s Top 5 List of Top 10 Lists

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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.




12 Video Game Characters with Eating Disorders [Ranker] A rather fitting roundup for Thanksgiving and the holiday season looks at game characters with a tendency to overindulge. Missing: Charley Chuck from 1983's Food Fight by Atari. He had a tendency to waste food, and an obsession with ice cream that would make his head swell grotesquely as he consumed it.

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31 Game-Inspired Cakes [FileFront] By far the best is the Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas cake celebrating "Lil' Derrick's" (alleged) fourth birthday.

Ten Games We Wish Used Kinect and Ten Games That Should Be Compatible With Move [RipTen] Obviously, Star Wars: STFU is the one everyone would want to see Move enabled. Castlevania: Lords of Shadow is another solid choice. For Kinect, though, I can't see any of these other than Rock Band and maybe Fight Night. And Halo Wars? If Microsoft can't be bothered to keep its community together after two years, why would it invest in a new means of playing it?

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Ten Games That Were Derivative But Still Rocked [GamingBolt] Some really solid selections here and all of them are enjoyable, but "rocked" is a bit of an overstatement for many. ModNation Racers, Torchlight and Singularity lead the list.

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So the Derivative list.... just one problem. Call of Duty originally started 4 years after Medal of Honor, so it's really CoD that was derivative of MoH.