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Video Profiles Akira 'Akiman' Yasuda, One Of Gaming's Greatest Artists
If you're a fan of Street Fighter, Capcom's games, or the Turn A Gundam anime, you've probably seen the work Akira "Akiman" Yasuda. As the character designer behind Chun-Li, Guile, and more Street Fighters, the artist behind Final Fight, and many other classic Capcom games, he was instrumental in defining the look of many Capcom games throughout the years.
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What To Watch This Weekend: Dota 2, Dragon Ball FighterZ, And Marvel Vs. Capcom 2
This week is the Super Bowl and people will be watching a lot of that! Meanwhile, several esports are trucking along, offering something for everyone not interested in seeing the Patriots beat the Eagles (this is my guess I made to seem like I knew anything about football. Please don't be mad at my guess).
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Answering God Of War's Lingering Questions
All month long we've been rolling out features on God of War for the PlayStation 4, and we went in-depth on our time playing the game in the magazine's cover story. To close things out for the month, we opened the doors and had the community ask questions for the game's creative director Cory Barlog to answer. Some questions submitted have been answered elsewhere in our month of coverage, and some would clearly prompt spoilers, but thanks to everybody that submitted questions. We hope you enjoy the answers!
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Dialga And Palkia Lead Year Of Legendary Pokémon With Generation 7 Giveaway
The Pokémon Company has declared 2018 the year of legendary Pokémon and is giving away the mythical Pokémon every month, starting with Dialga and Palkia in February.
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Pokémon Go Players Can Now Purchase New Outfits By Earning Medals
Pokémon Go is adding a trio of new outfits players can buy, but these have a new twist: You have to earn them first.
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King Of Kong Billy Mitchell's Top Donkey Kong Records Removed For Misleading Hardware Use
The Donkey Kong high-score scene is famous enough to have a documentary about it, starring high-score veteran and hot sauce maven Billy Mitchell. Mitchell's scores are being called into question for using different hardware than originally thought.
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