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Cuban government site deems Call of Duty: Black Ops 'perverse'

Since Call of Duty: Black Ops is still fresh off the press, we're going to do our very best to avoid spoilers here, so bear with us. Okay, who's the most famous Cuban guy you know? No, not Andy Garcia. Not Daisy Fuentes either, she's a girl. The ...

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It's getting there: Fez rated by ESRB

Phil Fish's Fez contractions continue, with the game finally being rated by the ESRB. It was also rated by Europe's PEGI board in December, but has yet to hit the Australian boards. So, expect labor to last for a little while longer. The long-in-dev...

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Mouse Wireweight gives us something else to spend our money on

File this one away in the "Fringe" file. Hobbyists all have their little tweaks. Audiophiles have special steel/rubber feet for their CD players that eliminates tray-rotation noise. Car fiends swear by spcial oils that you can only buy in Cuba...

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An offer you can refuse: Godfather II premium packs coming two weeks after launch

Two weeks after Godfather II launches April 7, several pieces of premium (i.e. get out your wallet, sucka) DLC will become available on Xbox 360 and PS3. Purchased separately, the three packs will set gamers back $14.75. The full bundle can be laun...

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Readers pick best webcomic: God of Warrrrgh

By a margin that the faint of heart might find slightly overwhelming, Hsu & Chan's Norm Scott took home the gold in last Saturday's quarter-monthly webcomic revue with his one-shot send-up of God of War's grumpy-faced protagonist, appropriately...

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MGS5: Ground Zeroes out March 18, Xbox versions include exclusive mission

Konami announced today that its Metal Gear Solid 5 introductory chapter Ground Zeroes will launch for the PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One on March 18, 2014. The publisher serves up a 15-minute preview video of the Xbox One version above...

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MGS 5: Ground Zeroes infiltrates Steam in mid-December

To prepare PC players for the upcoming Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, Konami has revealed plans to launch its interactive preface, Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes, on Steam on December 18. According to the publisher, the game will feature e...

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Rat Race brings episodic comedy to PSN

No, no, no. We're not talking about the god awful Jerry Zucker film, so stop thinking about Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Whoopi Goldberg right now. The Rat Race we're talking about involves Super-Ego Studios, PlayStation Network, and episodic content. Jus...

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The Best of Big Download: September 21-27

We had a very busy week for original features on Big Download in the past seven days. Let's take a look at our output for the past week: Exclusive features Reviews: As the fall season hits, we give our final verdicts to a ton of new PC games,...

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Call of Duty: Black Ops set for Nov. 9, 2010 [update]

Your ability to recognize insanely popular brands has likely meshed with your ability to recognize dates, rendering the text in this post rather superfluous. Unfortunately for you, we all get paid extra for using lots and lots of words -- especially...

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Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes review: Naked snack

It's a pleasure being lost in the universe of Metal Gear. With every game, and with every return of director Hideo Kojima, the fascinating stealth series redraws the boundaries of its dense military fiction, pushing them back to include more and mor...

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Digital Foundry examines the impact of 3D in Call of Duty: Black Ops

Most players have yet to meet or don the required specs necessary to enjoy Call of Duty: Black Ops in 3D. The intended-to-immerse visual effect doesn't come for free, after all -- not even for the game itself. Joystiq came away impressed with develo...

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ESA calls out GamePolitics for unfair coverage [update]

Apparently, this morning's story by GamePolitics about the ESA's E3 keynote speaker was the straw that broke the camel's back. The ESA didn't take too kindly to the way GP framed the story, using a "Non-Christians will burn in hell" quote in the he...

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Joystiq Review: Godfather II

During my adolescence, many adults and television commercials told me that "crime doesn't pay." Well, after having spent a considerable amount of time with Godfather II, I've found criminal exploits do, in fact, pay -- and handsomely. And I didn't ...

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67 songs headed for the Singstore on March 7th

It's about time. Finally, the first worthwhile Singstar Singstore update is on its way. On March 7th the Singstore will be updated with 67 new songs, almost doubling the amount of content that's available today. It's true that a lot of songs include...

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