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Police and media investigations into Craigslist killer Miranda Barbour's life are filled with references to her fondness for "dark roleplaying games." Specifically named on her Facebook is Dark Souls, which the media is now connecting to her crimes. So, there's that.

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According to an article in the Washington Post,

Two influential Microsoft shareholders have been pushing the Redmond software giant to abandon what they view as non-essential product lines so that Microsoft can focus on its core strength: selling enterprise software to businesses.

That would probably mean dropping Xbox, Bing, and hardware including the Surface. Bless anyone who gets rid of Bing, but dropping Xbox seems like a terrible idea. What do you think? Should Microsoft focus on selling software to businesses? How long until the iBox? Link to the article in the via below the image

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This guy, who happens to be an engineer at Valve, has created the real future of gaming: butt and tongue controllers. Check out his buttstuff above, and his tongue action below!

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After watching the gameplay it all makes sense, but how was this released in the first place?

The publisher is offering refunds for the people who were unfortunate enough to buy the game and expect something competent.

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Nintendo's latest marketing stunt is bringing a 3D World demo to Pottery Barn Teen before release, but only in 13 locations! If you're lucky (or unlucky?) enough to live near a PBTeen, go check it out and let us know how awesome it is, would you? See a list of locations here.

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By Darth_Naner (Via Polygon)
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Sony of Brazil announced the official price of the PlayStation 4 in Brazil. It'll be R$3999, or approximately 1800 US dollars.