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the many faces of /r9k/

the many faces of /r9k/ E Anonymous 03105117( Sun) 10: 12: 22 ' 18041Anon, how come you always playas a girl character in videogames?'102 KB JPGE Anonymous 0310511 7( Sun) 19: 12: 53 'because i don' t know how to be a man5 Anonymous 031051’ ( Sun) 10: 13: 39Cause it' s the only way I can make a girl do what Iwant her to do.

Edward James Olmos confirms that he will return as Gaff in 'Blade Runner 2049'

Edward James Olmos confirms that he will return as Gaff in 'Blade Runner 2049' In an era where studios relentlessly plunder the tombs of movies past in looking for the next successful remake or reboot, few revivals have caused as much trepidation and/or excitement as the upcoming Blade Runner sequel.Related: Out of this world rides: Our favorite futuristic whips from science fiction An official title for the film, Blade Runner 2049, was announced by Warner Bros.

‘Arms’: Meet the cast and weapons of the upcoming Switch fighter

‘Arms’: Meet the cast and weapons of the upcoming Switch fighter When Arms first appeared at the Nintendo Switch press event in January, it was easy to draw comparisons to both Punch-Out!More: ‘Arms’: Our first take From the weapons trailer, while the fighters have default weapons, it seems that each character can equip multiple sets of gloves.

Overwatch's Orisa Goes Live Today, But Not for Competitive

Overwatch's Orisa Goes Live Today, But Not for Competitive Blizzard unveiled the 24th character coming to the Overwatch roster earlier this month after over a week of teasing, and today she's available to play on all platforms.Orisa, the four-legged robot tank created by Numbani child genius Efi Oladele, was previously only available on PC on the game's PTR, but even though she is available to play now, Blizzard has stated that she won't be available in the game's Competitive Mode for another week.

‘Has-Been Heroes’ offers a unique and frustrating spin on roguelike genre for Switch players

‘Has-Been Heroes’ offers a unique and frustrating spin on roguelike genre for Switch players The roguelike is a remarkably difficult game genre to develop for, due to the nature of procedural level and enemy generation.Trine series developer Frozenbyte is trying its hand at the hard-to-define genre with Has-Been Heroes, a hybrid of real-time strategy and action mechanics, whose Saturday-morning-cartoon aesthetic hides a tough-as-nails procedural adventure.