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Handicapping Reggie's Bet: Can New Super Mario Bros. Beat Modern Warfare 2?

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From the "Truth is at Least as Strange as Fiction" Dept.

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The Truth (from last week on Kotaku): "Tony Hawk: Play Ride and I'll Be Your Friend"

The Fiction (from last month on The Fryer): "Tony Hawk Looking for People to Play Tony Hawk: Ride With Him"

And it's not the first time...

CES 2010: The 2 1/2 Minute "Gaming Showcase"

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CES Day 0 Report: MS: "We love games." Sony: "What games?"

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If you somehow froze yourself in the early '90s and thawed out just in time for Sony's CES press day event yesterday, you would hardly know the company has been in the forefront of the console video game market for nearly 15 years now.

CES Day 0 Report: The day in quotes

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Much like last year, I spent most of the day before the proper CES show started this year sitting in uncomfortable chairs and listening to people smarter than me talk about various facets of the game business at the CES Game Power conference.

Kyle Goes to CES for Some Reason

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Greetings from the FABULOUS Sahara Hotel and Casino, way at the north end of the Las Vegas strip. I'm told this place was actually a big deal back in the golden age of "Rat Pack" Vegas, when it was one of the first major hotels on the strip. Now, though, its old-fashioned furniture and faded color scheme make it seem a little run down and neglected compared to the gaudy, glittering, over-the-top casinos on the rest of the strip.

Kyle Talks 2009's Best Cinematography, Animation

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It's December, which means Crispy's own Game of the Decade bracket isn't the only arbitrary game ranking system being discussed. Far from it, in fact -- since gaming doesn't really have an equivalent to the Oscars*, everyone and their brother seems intent on creating their own lists of the best games of the past [arbitrary time period] around this time each year.

So I Just Watched "That Part" of Fox & Friends

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So I just played "that part" of Modern Warfare 2

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Overheard at the Modern Warfare 2 Midnight Launch

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Random dude #1: Yo, I'll see you at the club, Dawg.


Random dude #2:
No you won't, I'll be playing this!


(Outside the Squirrel Hill Gamestop in Pittsburgh, PA) 

(Random photo of Dane Cook playing Modern Warfare 2 courtesy of Giant Bomb)
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