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That.... doesn't really look cat-like. The pointed ears don't even help. It just seems like a battlesuit for a mech pilot.

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"several new possibilities"

Translation: "We need more time to incorporate Amiibo abilities that players will actually care about."

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@b1ank: More than likely just the New 3DS because it uses most of buttons on the Wii U for gameplay. The New 3DS has the best compatibility button-wise at this point.

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Nope! That's too sleek and to the point to be Square Enix. It doesn't have a bunch of unnecessary spikes and random chochtkeys for no reason.

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<< LINK REMOVED >> No, this is why you never add a credit or debit card to a game console account. All my PSN purchases are handled through PSN cash cards or Paypal.

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I hope the secret project is devoted to bringing down the obscene prices of old Bioware DLC. How is DLC for Mass Effect 2 still over $40 when the game sells for $5 on a regular basis now? HOW?!?!


It's called "depreciated value," Bioware. Study it!

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Nyko needs to start an anti-fugly design division at their company.

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My greatest gaming moment had to be a few years ago when my extended family was over for a family party. A bunch of the kids were around including the "What's an Atari? Can it connect to my smartphone?" generation. I had pulled out my old NES a few weeks earlier for some classic gaming. It was still out with a pile of cartridges sitting next to it. The kids saw it and got curious, so I grabbed a multiplayer racing game off the cartridge stack and pulled it in.

At first, they were bored by the whole experience, but then they started getting into it and fighting over the controllers for who got to go next. By the end of the night they gone through four or five of my old multiplayer games, including a good hour of head-to-head Duck Hunt. It was just great watching all the millennial having so much fun with my old, dusty NES like it was any other modern system.