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*RobotCop show up on screen*

Me: "That's RobotCop"

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Kario. It's definitely flawed but I like it.

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It was for the PSVR launch.

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Where do you live where people have the latest consoles and know about No Man's Sky but don't have an internet connection?

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@adequatelyprepared: Except GB doesn't ask for money from publishers for coverage. People like Pewdiepie is just a new version of Billy Mays: Loud, annoying and people for some reason enjoy watching him. Although you could say that Billy Mays was more ethical since it was obvious he was taking money to show off a product.

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Is it the one with Will Smith and they call Patrick to talk about an EVE conflict?

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Was the Police Squad theme actually in the game? I have neither played MGSV or watched the latest Metal Gear Scanlon "season".

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One thing I like about CrossFit is that it has olympic-style weightlifting.

Too bad the membership at my local CrossFit gym costs almost 4x as much as the gym I go to.

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Good god, the consumerist and capitalist centric views expressed in the comments so far is really disheartening and depressing.

Also, why bring up the developers opinions on games culture when that's not the point of Austin's article?