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Former Sony Computer Entertainment chairman and CEO Ken Kutaragi is often referred to as "Father of PlayStation." Kutaragi accepted the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 14th Annual Game Developers Choice Awards last week for his contributions to video game development. To chronicle his "role as ...

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Before watching the above Mega64 video, ask yourself what you would do if you saw a dude in strange clothes knock out and then strip another dude in strange clothes on a busy public street. If your answer is "stare and do nothing," then you'd fit right in with these spectators....

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Behind every legendary warrior is some guy with a Wiimote, desperately trying to perform a shield bash. Unless, of course, live-action video game pantomime is "not [your] lifestyle."...

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If you weren't fortunate (or fervent!) enough to secure an entry pass to the first-ever MineCon -- that's shorthand for Minecraft Convention, obvs -- you can now watch the full, 39-minute keynote, courtesy of Gamespot. (And catch the new Mega64 video at the 33-minute mark!)...

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The saddest part of Mega64's latest satirical jab at the gaming industry isn't the fact that Modern Game Journalism: The Movie will never be made into a real film, but rather just how startlingly accurate and true-to-life its depiction of review backlash is. Seriously, this may be a hilarious ...

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Does completing Atlus' incredibly successful Catherine give you the necessary skills to woo the ladies of the world? Mega 64 attempts to answer that very question in the only way they know how....

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If you were sent into inescapable spirals of discomfort while watching one of Mega64's videos released this year, the video after the jump may very well kill you. It's a behind-the-scenes look at their take on Limbo, Portal 2, Shenmue -- and, of course, the horrified crowds they left in their wak...

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We were wondering exactly how Mega64 was going to pull off a video based on Portal 2 without the use of the game's physics-defying gun. It's a good thing we weren't wondering very hard, because we never would have guessed that the answer would involve butt wormholes....

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During his GDC panel, Yu Suzuki dropped the world-changing news that he might possibly, maybe, be able to make a third Shenmue game, if he can find the money. But in case this rock-solid guarantee doesn't go through, Mega64 cornered Suzuki and asked him to outline the end of the story, in order t...

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Was your hunger for news about Nintendo's 2011 outlook not filled by the recent bi-continental press extravaganza? Man, you're insatiable -- we suppose the only thing left for you to consume is Mega64's take on the company's big plans....

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There are only two things that disturb our FPS concentration: mom's unwillingness to bring over some chocolate milk; and the dullards spouting racist, homophobic inanity online. Rooster Teeth and Mega 64 just tested a real soldier's resistance to e-idiocy, and we've posted the video results after t...

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As Castlevania: Lords of Shadow approaches, Mega64 celebrates the series with a tribute to the crystal-tradingest, corpse-huntingest game in the series, Simon's Quest. The "villagers" are as incomprehensible in real life as in the game, but one "extra" still manages to steal the show....

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We're not sure how Cabela's could be so consistently unaware of the games landscape, but we'd be remiss if we said we weren't glad. Otherwise, we wouldn't get hilarious videos from Mega64, like the one we've embedded past the break. We don't want to ruin the ending for you, but let's just say the C...

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Are you impressed by the Kinect's powerful motion-sensing capabilities? Baby, you ain't seen nothing yet -- the guys from Mega64 somehow managed to reach through a fold in time and retrieve the fourth version of the device. Unless -- ah, yes, of course. It's a joke. Pretty sneaky, Mega64....

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