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  1. Gaming

    The End Is Nigh: Flappy 2048 Exists

    You know what the most frustrating, addicting game in the world needs? To get mashed up with the other most frustrating, addicting game in the world. Enter Flappy 2048, a game of unspeakable power that will surely bring us all and in the darkness bind us.

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  2. Gaming

    There’s a New World Record Time for Getting 120 Stars in Super Mario 64

    The world of speedrunning waits for no one. Super Mario 64 speedrunner Siglemic was already the world record holder for the fastest time in getting all of the game's 120 stars, but he set a new record of 1 hour, 43 minutes, and 54 seconds yesterday. Take some time to marvel at his skills in the game that defined 3D platforming.

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  3. Gaming

    Goat Simulator Is Getting Goat Parkour in 1.1 Patch and Why Am I Not Playing It Right Now

    Let's be real: if I owned Goat Simulator, I would never get anything done ever, so I should be thankful that the Mac port hasn't been finished yet. That does little to soothe my jealousy of the PC players who are already enjoying the game, especially now that it's getting a Tony Hawk-style parkour system, because of course it is.

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  4. Gaming

    Someone Made a Frozen Mod for Grand Theft Auto IV

    Grand Theft Auto is usually too chaotic for me to enjoy, but am I a horrible person if I get some catharsis from watching Anna and Elsa wreak destruction across Liberty City in this wicked mod? This is what happens when we as a society truly let go, guys: chaos reigns. Repression is a social construct that saves lives.

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  5. Gaming

    Octodad: Dadliest Catch Wriggles Its Tangly Tentacles Onto the PS4 This Week

    The simulator that allows you to play an octopus on land that is somehow a father to human children is coming to the PS4 with some new perks.

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  6. Gaming

    There’s a New Dragon Age: Inquisition Trailer and Release Date, We’re Suddenly Having Difficulty Focusing

    I'm sorry, I forgot literally everything else in my life that isn't Dragon Age just now. Internet? What's an Internet? I don't know what that is because I am a citizen of Ferelden who will return to my home world of Thedas to lead the Inquisition on October 7th.

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  7. Gaming

    Oculus Rift Gets Disassembled to Drop Some Facts in Latest Vsauce Video

    Jake Roper from Vsauce3 just emailed us the latest video in his "Fact Surgery" series of stop-motion videos disassembling gaming systems and uncovering facts about them in the process. This time around he takes apart the Oculus Rift. In the email he also assured us that we "R Fresh 2 Death." Thanks. We think.

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  8. Gaming

    What Does Your Favorite Video Game Genre Say About You?

    Mario or Zelda? Plants vs. Zombies or Farmville? MMO or puzzle game? These days, there's a video game genre out there to fit everyone's tastes, but if there's a game custom tailored to hit every possible market, what does a game genre say about the players who choose to play it? PBS Game/Show has some ideas.

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  9. Gaming

    The Honest Trailer For Assassin’s Creed 4 Is Just Too Real, Man

    So apparently lots of people loved Assassin's Creed 4: Pirate Booty, which is cool, but there's no denying the game has some issues. Smosh Games has released their latest Honest Trailer about our fave not-assassin-assassin-pirate, and it really hits the mark. Please enjoy Ass-ass-in's Creed 4: I'm on a boat.

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  10. Gaming

    Everyone Wins In Super Mario Remade With Nine Cats

    Lucky YouTuber 9 cats has, as the name suggests, nine cats. But does he keep that plethora of kitties to himself? No, he uses them for the good of humanity and graces the world with videos like this. Sadly, no fireballs here. Only adorable furballs. Nine of them.

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  11. Gaming

    Live Preview of Wolfenstein: The New Order Straight From Bethesda at 2:00PM ET [Replay Added]

    The classic Wolfenstein is getting a sequel from MachineGames, and they're giving everyone a preview of all the Nazi-shooting fun today on Twitch. Unlike a lot of modern shooters, Wolfenstein is going to focus entirely on its single-player campaign set in an alternate 1960s where the Nazis won World War II, and it looks bananas.

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  12. Gaming

    PS4 Owners, You’re About to Get Video Editing Capabilities in an Update

    The PlayStation 4 is crushing it in terms of sales, but the Xbox One still has some things the PS4 doesn't. At least, it does for now. While Xbox One owners can brag that they can edit their captured gameplay footage on the system itself and their PS4 counterparts can't, they won't be able to for much longer.

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  13. Gaming

    Twitch Wants You to Play God and Control Another Player’s Fate in Choice Chamber

    People had a lot of fun playing Twitch Plays Pokémon, and it generated a lot of talk about whether Twitch was a viable gaming platform on top of being a hugely successful streaming service. Well, it looks like Twitch has decided that it is certainly a gaming platform, and the company is helping to fund a crowd-generated game.

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  14. Gaming

    The Saga Is Complete With Super Smash Wars: Return of the Hero Part 2

    We can't get enough of Super Smash Wars, but this is going to have to do, because its reference-fueled brilliance has finally reached the end of the original Star Wars trilogy. Of course, it could go on and do the prequel movies, but who wants that? Actually, I do. It would be better than the real prequel movies.

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  15. Gaming

    League of Legends Bots Will Soon Play Like People

    Playing a complicated strategy/fighting game with artificial intelligence can always be a bit of a crap shoot. You don't have to worry about a fellow player leaving you out to dry, but AI is also usually fiendishly stupid. Now with a new update, LoL bots will maybe be a little dumb so when you need them to be.

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