Polygon Daily: Where No Man Has Gone Before (18 Sep)

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PS4 launching in Hong Kong, other select Asian regions from Dec. 2013 by Griffin McElroy

PS Vita TV coming to Asia in January 2014 by Michael McWhertor

Attack on Titan 3DS game due out December in Japan by Kevin Gifford

Xbox One to launch in Japan in 2014 by Jenna Pitcher

Report: Sega to acquire Atlus parent company for $140M (update) by Jenna Pitcher



Polynaut GTAV Online Crew by Dragon Mage Drake

Polygon Feast & Fitness (Sept 2013) by Sterling Smith

The Great Pokemon Avatar Takeover!!! by GhastlysGhost

Let's talk about: This game right here! by Nipah

Anime, Cartoons, Comics! Plight Vol. 1, No. 4: Dark Knight Takeover edition!... by darknightgotham

Pokémon Hype Thread: Pokemon Direct (September) by Shaun McIlroy


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