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Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops Review (Vita)

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Being a port of two prolific mobile games doesn’t exactly look good on paper, but Tiny Troopers: Joint Ops doesn’t deserve the stigma attached to the mobile market. While not receiving great amounts of polish before heading over to the PlayStation Vita, Tiny Troopers benefits from the Vita’s two analog sticks, and as ...

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Podcast N Bullsh*t Episode 33 – Tom Bob-ombadil

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We're on the home-stretch of 2014, with more games than we can count on the horizon. So of course we're still talking about Shadow of Mordor and Super Smash Bros. We'll also dive into the world of Saturday morning cartoons, the best Weird Al songs, and the closest thing we have to a community segment.

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Game Music Daily Week 44: Jazzpunk, Top Gear, Street Fighter, Enslaved, Mario Kart, X-Men, Borderlands

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Welcome to Game Music Daily! Our regular rotation of soundtrack showcase looks at the 30+ years of great music! We prod the staff for their personal picks and savory songs of what they consider special / interesting / important to them below. It could be anything; epitomizing events, significance of ...

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Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Can Now Be Pre-Loaded

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In a surprisingly contemporary move by Nintendo, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U can be digitally pre-loaded starting now. You’ll download the game, and on launch day, you’ll install the data and have the game right there. With a staggering amount of pre-orders for the game on top of press and YouTube personalities ...

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Game Music Daily Week 43: Frozen Synapse, Animal Crossing, Pokemon, Burnout, Super Smash Bros., Sleeping Dogs, Call of Duty

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Welcome to Game Music Daily! Our regular rotation of soundtrack showcase looks at the 30+ years of great music! We prod the staff for their personal picks and savory songs of what they consider special / interesting / important to them below. It could be anything; epitomizing events, significance of ...

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Super Smash Bros. and the Future of the Competitive Scene

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With the newest iteration of Super Smash Bros. in full-swing, the core Smash community is at one of those watershed, crossroads of destiny moments. The new game’s getting plenty of love from critics and fans alike. That’s great news, but the Smash community doesn’t rest its laurels on the newest game. Upon closer inspection ...

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Game Music Daily Week 42: Spyro the Dragon, Yoshi’s Island, Luigi’s Mansion, Dishonored, Poker Night 2, Payday 2

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Welcome to Game Music Daily! Our regular rotation of soundtrack showcase looks at the 30+ years of great music! We prod the staff for their personal picks and savory songs of what they consider special / interesting / important to them below. It could be anything; epitomizing events, significance of ...

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PNB Special: Interviewing Chris Antista

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PNB is a humble little podcast started by Dylan (Phazon117), Kayla (Tokengirlstfu), and Travis (Turbobison). We are a video game podcast, but we talk about a whole lot more…like jugglaos, Chris Brown, Dragon Ball Z, and Quetzalcoatl Jesus. We are fun and lighthearted, and we like to have a good time. Trust ...

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Bayonetta 2 Review (Wii U)

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Bayonetta 2 is a character-action game like no other. DmC: Devil May Cry and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance set the bar high for the genre last year, but Bayonetta kicks Dante and Raiden to the curb in this nonsensically spectacular romp. Top to bottom, the action is equal parts gorgeous and ...

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Bayonetta: The Port Report (Wii U)

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It was quite a surprise when it was announced that the retail version of Bayonetta 2 would come bundled with the original game, optimized for Wii U. This is a great way to get people invested in the world of Bayonetta, but is it a faithful translation of the PlatinumGames classic? Of course it ...

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