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Carspotting: Meet NYC’s Best London Cab And Why The World Loves The XJ Cherokee

Welcome back to Carspotting! It’s been a while but we’re back with the worst walking tour of New York City, headed by me, a hack who is barely qualified to tell you which subway lines go uptown or downtown. It’s no longer a live series—let us know what you think about this—but we’re still out […]

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How The Designer Of An Excellent Arcade Game Wound Up At Nintendo’s E3 Booth

Killer Queen is one of the best games I have ever played. It’s a five-on-five electronic sport that happens on one screen and encourages deep communication and coordination. It can instantly turn anyone into an e-athlete. You can be easily forgiven, however, for not having played it: until Killer Queen Black arrives…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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How to Share YouTube Videos Like a Pro

I doubt you’ve given much thought to how you share the latest and greatest YouTube videos you find, because you probably have a routine: click or tap on the video’s URL in your browser’s address bar, copy it, and paste it into a text message or group chat. Easy, right?Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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How to Share YouTube Videos Like a Pro

I doubt you’ve given much thought to how you share the latest and greatest YouTube videos you find, because you probably have a routine: click or tap on the video’s URL in your browser’s address bar, copy it, and paste it into a text message or group chat. Easy, right?Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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WATCH: Chromeo and DRAM perform ‘Must’ve Been’ on Colbert with a full-on gospel choir

Right up until the release of their brand new album, Head Over Heels, Chromeo was building up to the massive amount of funk that would follow. One of the most outright instances of this was when the duo took the Late Show with Colbert and DRAM to play out the LP’s first single, “Must’ve Been,” the […]

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Here’s Everything You Need to Know to Survive a Flash Flood

Flash floods can strike with almost no warning, so it pays to be prepared. It doesn’t take much for rain to escalate from a light drizzle to a deadly emergency situation. In the event the dry land around you transforms into a raging river, these tips can keep you from being swept away.Read more… Continue […]

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Will Square-Enix Rename The Final Fantasy VII Remake “Final Fantasy XVII”?

Will Square-Enix announce they’ve renamed the Final Fantasy VII remake Final Fantasy XVII? Will Isabelle from Animal Crossing appear in the new Smash for the Nintendo Switch? Is Death Stranding going to have a battle royale mode called “Last Man Stranding”? All these idiotic questions and more will be yelled,…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Zoning In Overwatch Can Actually Work

Who among us has not insisted that we were “zoning” after spending an ultimate attack in Overwatch that didn’t hit anyone on the other team? Of course it was your intention all along to scatter the other team away from the area—actually killing them is for meatheads. We’re refined gamers, just like DPS/flex player…Read more… […]

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I Guess They Canceled Fallout 5 Through 75

It’s Kotaku XP, our weekly video discussion of hot Kotaku topics! This week, E3 fever has completely infected the global game-o-sphere. Kotaku’s Gita Jackson and I discussed the various big Pokémon announcements, the huge Fallout news, shopping carts in Fortnite, and Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Odyssey merchandise…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Here’s A Textbook Wall Bang, Which Is Totally Not A Sex Thing

Call of Duty World League matches move fast, especially in a mode like Hardpoint, which involves instantaneous respawns for both teams. With waves of enemies pouring at each other in constant droves, it’s easy to blow past the more impressive shots that pros pull off—like wall bangs, which require some ingenuity and…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Watch deadmau5 produce 3D sounds using Dolby Atmos

Dolby Atmos is changing the live audio landscape by way of a new three-dimensional sound space. Venues play electronic music in stereo, which has sound directed through two speakers. This limits the listening experience because no matter how many speakers are in the club, there is still only two channels of sound. Dolby Atmos has created […]

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An N64 Star Wars Game Had One Level That Was Ahead Of Its Time

My friend and game development colleague Brent Porter and I throw around the term “Honest Geometry” when we talk about 3D video game levels we like. Gall Spaceport, from 1996 Nintendo 64 game Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire, is the flagbearer of this term. “Honest Geometry” means the interior of a structure perfectly…Read more… […]

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