Polygon Daily: Lost The Will To Live(Fri 28/12)


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Ubisoft partnering with French government to develop next-generation game engine by Mike McWhertor

Kate Edwards appointed executive director of the International Game Developers Association by Tracy Lien

Mega Man 1 and Super Mario Bros. 2 out on 3DS eShop by Tracy Lien

Study finds that women are less clothed than men, virtually speaking by Alexa Ray Corriea

Humble Indie Bundle 7 adds The Basement Collection, Cave Story+ and Offspring Fling by Samit Sarkar


Higher Calling The New Gospel Of Christian Games by Polygon Staff


TANK! TANK! TANK! by Philip Kollar

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Code of Princess Review by Alexa Ray Corriea



30 Days of Gaming: Day 11 - Favourite Gaming System? by PaddyStardust



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