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  1. 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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  2. Gaming

    Conan Lives Every Child’s Dream by Playing Video Games on One of the World’s Largest Screens

    Conan is the most spectacularly, hilariously bad gamer in the world in his "Clueless Gamer" segments, but he got to live out a fantasy that more adept gamers can only dream of: he played video games on the giant screen in a football stadium. The screen at AT&T stadium is 9th largest in the world, so try not to get too jealous.

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  3. Gaming

    Someone Made A My Girl Video Game, And It’s Devastating

    Some sick sadist has decided to help '90s babies relive the movie scene that, for many of us, may have been the first moment we understood the inherent injustice in life. The MyGirl web game gives players a chance to save little Macaulay Culkin from being stung to death by bees. Life is unfair though and death is forever: the game can't be beat.

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  4. Gaming

    Microsoft Will Warn You If You’re Being a Dick on the Xbox One

    No one wants to play online with a jerk, so if you get yourself a reputation as one, then Microsoft wants to let you know. They've introduced a new system where Xbox One players will be warned when their online reputation "needs work."

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  5. Weird

    More Powerful Than Hormones, More Confusing Than Your First Time: Uterus Man

    What do deep throat laser cannons, sanitary pad skateboards, and flying scorpion pelvises have in common? They're all part of the most ovarian-blowing introduction to a superhero ever, the video for Uterus Man. NSFW, sadly, unless you work with someone who can explain this to you (like a gynecologist from space.)

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  6. Gaming

    Plan to Exhume Millions of E.T. Atari Cartridges Put on Hold Over Environmental Concerns

    Last June, we told you about a documentary film crew that planned to excavate a long-closed landfill rumored to be the final resting place of millions of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial Atari game cartridges. Unfortunately, the plan is on hold, and it's not clear when, if ever, the cartridges will be dug up.

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  7. Gaming

    A South Korean University Will Soon Accept Pro Gamer Applicants to Their Sports Department

    Hey, nerds. In, "Why wasn't this a thing when I wanted to go to college?" news, South Korea's Chung-Ang university has enacted a new policy to accept pro gamers to their Department of Sports Science just like any other athlete, which could help them get into the highly selective school. Gamers, it might be time to start learning Korean.

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  8. Gaming

    Check Out the Battlefield 4 Naval Strike Trailer

    Have you been playing Battlefield 4 and wishing there were more maps and battleships and hovercrafts and junk? Well soon there will be. The Naval Strike expansion is coming on March 25th, and you can watch a trailer for it now and read what our official Battlefield 4 correspondent thinks.

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  9. Gaming

    Learn About Video Game Economies Worth Millions of Real Dollars With PBS Off Book

    Massively Multiplayer Online games (MMOs) like World of Warcraft have become a huge force in gaming, and many of them foster their own economies that gain real-world value through what players are willing to spend real money on. PBS Off Book asked some experts to share their knowledge on the massive virtual economies.

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  10. Gaming

    New Infinite Crisis Trailer Launches as the Game Opens up for Beta

    Looking forward to the new Infinite Crisis game? You can jump in on the open beta right now for free. If you still need convincing, check out the new trailer that puts good vs. evil and asks what you fight for.

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  11. Gaming

    PBS Game/Show Looks at Why We Love and Hate NPCs

    Non-Playable Characters (NPCs) in video games can often be some of the best (or worst) parts of games. Jamin Warren explains why we get so attached to these characters we can't play in the latest episode of his wonderful webseries PBS Game/Show. Who are some of your favorite NPCs of all time?

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  12. Uncategorized

    Irrational Games Is Shutting Down To Be Replaced By New “Start-Up” Studio

    Sad news for Bioshock fans today: according to a statement on the Irrational Games website, Ken Levine will be shutting down the studio and laying off all but 15 people for a new, " more entrepreneurial endeavor " with Take-Two instead. So, you know, guess it's also sad for Irrational Games employees who liked having some semblance of job security.

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  13. Gaming

    Preview 13 Minutes of Gameplay From South Park: The Stick of Truth

    It's been delayed, but March 4th is quickly approaching and it looks like South Park: The Stick of Truth is actually coming out for real this time you guys. The developers have said they want the game to feel like watching an episode of South Park, and from this footage that's exactly what it looks like.

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  14. Gaming

    Video Games May Help Those With Dyslexia Learn to Read, Better Manage Auditory Stimuli

    It's commonly known that people with dyslexia can have a more difficult time reading than people without the condition, but it can create other challenges, as well. Problems shifting focus between and responding to different stimuli can also be a symptom, but there's good news: video games can help.

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  15. Gaming

    Play Along at Home as AsapSCIENCE Shows You How Video Games Make You Smarter [Video]

    When you're playing video games, are you unwittingly training your brain? AsapSCIENCE's new video has a bunch of compelling evidence and a couple of games for you to play along with at home. So, hit play to test your cognitive abilities and find out how a daily dose of Super Mario 64 can make you smarter.

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