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2014 has nearly come to an end, so as it tradition, it’s time to start counting down some of the best and worst in video games from this past year. So let’s take a look at the top-selling games worldwide in 2014 according to VGChartz.com, broken down by platform. 10. Youkai Watch 2 Ganso/Honke (3DS) 9. Grand Theft Auto V (PS4) 8. Mario Kart 8 (WiiU) 7. FIFA 15 (PS3) 6. Watch Dogs (PS4) 5. Destiny (PS4) 4. Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (3DS) 3. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (PS4) 2. Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (3DS) 1. FIFA 15 (PS4)
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For the duration of the Clone Wars television series, voice actor Tom Kane has played the role of Yoda. But now the Jedi master is returning to his roots. Muppeteer Frank Oz will reprise his role as our little green friend in an upcoming episode of Star Wars Rebels called Path of the Jedi. We will not physically see the Jedi master in the television show, but executive producer Dave Filoni told TV Guide that we would hear his voice. “I felt personally to keep Yoda as this disembodied thing it would confuse the audience less. I didn’t want you to think Yoda could be teleporting from planet to planet.” The episode Path of the Jedi will air Monday, January 5th at 9 EDT on Disney XD. Bonus: If you want a little more Star Wars in your Chanukah celebration, have this R2-D2 dreidel (or should I say droidel) that you can cut out and make for yourself.
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The decision to not air the Seth Rogen, James Franco comedy The Interview in theaters has been met with a lot of ire and disappointment over the last few days. However, despite the obvious negative points about such a decision, it may be possible that some good could still come out of it — at least for Sony and the PlayStation 4. 1. Increase PS4 sales by releasing the movie exclusively on that system. At present count, Sony’s PlayStation 4 boasts an impressive 13.5 million install base. But that doesn’t mean isn’t room for improvement. There are still plenty of people who don’t own the system, so why not leverage the notoriety of the film by offering a PS4 exclusive release of the film? While there is some question as to exactly how many people would be willing to drop $400 on a system just to see The Interview, it might be just the thing to tip those people who have been debating the purchase. 2. It could be a boost to Sony’s streaming service, Sony Unlimited.
1. Bear Butt 2. The Ultimate Joy That Is A Dancing Moonkin 3. Never Forgetting Healing As A Tree 4. Letting Your Friend Use You As A Mount 5. Fabulous Druid Names
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We know that Minecraft and the sale of Mojang to Microsoft made Markus “Notch” Persson a wealthy man, and as an example of just how much money he’s got in the bank these days, he just purchased the most expensive mansion in Beverly Hills. Ever. The $70 million Notch dropped on his new home is the “highest price ever paid for a home in Beverly Hills,” according to a press release from the real estate firm that sold the property. The 23,000 sq.ft. home overlooks Los Angeles from the luxurious Trousdale Estates neighborhood in Beverly Hills. There’s also a nice view of the Pacific ocean if you’re into that sort of thing. I would bet that at some point in his life somebody told him that he needed to quit playing video games and make something of himself. pic.twitter.com/umDb1p5Se2 — Markus Persson (@notch) December 18, 2014 Now he has a candy room.
Every cat owner has to get things for their kitties to climb on and tear up — rather than the furniture. Why not make it something you can both enjoy? 1. A huge kitty AT-AT. This guy is going to take up a lot of space in your living room. But it’s worth it to give your cats their own walking weapon of doooooom. At least this one won’t fall over easily. Created by Billy Appletini. 2. This awesome Mario block and tube play area. This wall-mounted play space doesn’t take up much space, and is a pretty cool little area for your cat. Granted, I don’t think it’d be great for any hefty kitties out there. But it’ll be great for the more lean types. Created by WesWoodward 3. A mini-TARDIS. There are many varieties of TARDIS cat boxes. But I like this half-sized one best because the cat can lounge on top and you can get to him easily if need be. Created by astromark 4. A Mario tree complete with Piranha Plant! This cute Mario tree features a surprisingly comfortable looking Piranha Plant sleeping area. Created by Geckoo Designs. 5. Deep Space Nine and the Enterprise D As a Trekkie, this one is my favorite. I wonder how Picard feels about a cat sitting on his ship? Created by Hobbitron 6. A Lord Of The Rings cat scratching post and litter box set. Finally, there’s this awesome scratching post and littler box set created for a Lord of the Rings super fan for his cats Sam and Frodo byt he people over at AWE me.
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1. Star Wars Episode I: Racer At the time this game was released, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace had just come out and was not well received by audiences. Even the Pod Racing part of the movies was considered to be a lot of CGI fluff. However, those who actually bought the Star Wars Episode I: Racer for the Nintendo 64 were pleasantly surprised to find that the game was good. It handled well, and it was clearly not the shovelware people believed it would be.
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Mojang and Telltale games introduced their new collaboration today, MineCraft: Story Mode. Mojang is a in a long line of other companies who are collaborating with the Telltale team after the huge success of The Walking Dead games. It’s easy to understand why Telltale is happy about working in MineCraft. The game world has unlimited potential. But why would Mojang want to put MineCraft in that box? Owen Hill, the Chief Word Officer at Mojang explained it in a press release. “People really like the idea of stories about Minecraft, but forcing a narrative into our core game experience would restrict players’ freedom to view the world in their own unique ways. Instead, letting them explore an alternate interpretation via Minecraft: Story Mode, driven by the proven might of Telltale, seems like a no-brainer. We’re big fans of Telltale Games at Mojang, and we can’t wait to reveal more details on Story Mode soon.” Look for MineCraft Story Mode as a stand-alone release via digital download sometime in 2015 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, Mac, iOS, and Android. And if you want your information given to you in visual form, you should check out the launch animatic on Mojang’s site.
World of Warcraft has issued a new update highlighting some of their plans for the coming year. Included in that are some we’ve been expecting such as the addition of the Heirlooms tab and the new Blood Elf models. One of the more interesting items on the list is the possible addition of tradable game-time tokens that players can exchange for gold. From the description, it sounds as if Blizzard is looking at a PLEX-style system, which has proved to be a nice feature for EVE Online players. New Ways to Play We’re exploring the possibility of giving players a way to buy tradeable game-time tokens for the purpose of exchanging them in-game with other players for gold. Our current thought on this is that it would give players a way to use their surplus gold to cover some of their subscription cost, while giving players who might have less play time an option for acquiring gold from other players through a legit and secure system. A few other online games offer a similar option, and players have suggested that they’d be interested in seeing something along those lines in WoW. We agree it could be a good fit for the game, and we look forward to any feedback you have as we continue to look into this feature. The team is also working on a new feature to allow people to send tweets without having to leave the game to do it — including screen shots. They refer to this as Pepe’s favorite feature. To see the full to-do list, check out the official post on Battle.net.
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