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Thomas G. Crowned Nintendo World Champ After Beating Super Mario Odyssey Level Nobody Had Ever Seen Before

The Nintendo World Championships closed out in a finale reminescent of The Wizard. The two finalists, John Numbers and Thomas G., raced across three levels of the upcoming Super Mario Odyssey, working to beat unseen levels of the upcoming Nintendo Switch game.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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The Blade Runner point-and-click adventure game still looks stunning.

The Blade Runner point-and-click adventure game still looks stunning. Westwood Studios’ 1997 adaptation was groundbreaking at the time for having multiple endings and a story that changed with each new choice you made. But it also had some dazzling, painstakingly crafted backgrounds. Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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The Blade Runner point-and-click adventure game still looks stunning.

The Blade Runner point-and-click adventure game still looks stunning. Westwood Studios’ 1997 adaptation was groundbreaking at the time for having multiple endings and a story that changed with each new choice you made. But it also had some dazzling, painstakingly crafted backgrounds. Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Street Fighter Pro’s Secret Weapon: A Tape Measure

Competing at the highest level isn’t just about talent, but consistency. Hajime Taniguchi, or “Tokido,” exemplified this virtue by busting out a tape measure to ensure he was sitting the proper distance from the monitor at this morning’s TWFighter Major in Taiwan.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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The Division’s Second Global Event Is Live Now And Mostly Good

The Division’s relatively quiet second year continues to see small, smart tweaks made to the co-op cover-based game. Until next Tuesday, the game is running with modified rules as part of its second “global event,” this one changing how much damage players do to computer-controlled enemies (and vice versa) depending…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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The Division’s Second Global Event Is Live Now And Mostly Good

The Division’s relatively quiet second year continues to see small, smart tweaks made to the co-op cover-based game. Until next Tuesday, the game is running with modified rules as part of its second “global event,” this one changing how much damage players do to computer-controlled enemies (and vice versa) depending…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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The Division’s Second Global Event Is Live Now And Mostly Good

The Division’s relatively quiet second year continues to see small, smart tweaks made to the co-op cover-based game. Until next Tuesday, the game is running with modified rules as part of its second “global event,” this one changing how much damage players do to computer-controlled enemies (and vice versa) depending…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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