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Players Are Bending And Breaking Mario Maker, And The Results Are Amazing

Players Are Bending And Breaking Mario Maker, And The Results Are Amazing
Mario Maker gets a bad rap: according to popular opinion, it's just a repository of terrible Super Mario levels. This misconception, however, ignores the burgeoning scene of inventive designers who are turning Mario Maker into something that inspires …
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'Fallout 4' Cheats: Mutfruit Lets Players Get Richer

'Fallout 4' Cheats: Mutfruit Lets Players Get Richer
Inside the complicated in-game economy involved in the hit Bethesda game "Fallout 4," the amount of riches acquired from looting enemies and accomplishing quests is never enough for funding. However, an expert gamer says a sweet treat is one of the …
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Lego Dimensions players discover two secret areas devoted to cartoon classics

Lego Dimensions players discover two secret areas devoted to cartoon classics
Lego Dimensions players have uncovered two new hidden areas of the game, themed around classic cartoons The Flintstones and The Jetsons. These locations have likely lain in the game's files since launch, but have only recently become accessible with …
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PC players have nearly all the nukes in Metal Gear Solid V

PC players have nearly all the nukes in Metal Gear Solid V
Last week, Konami finally explained how to trigger the secret event in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain that was discovered back in September. The trick is complete nuclear disarmament: The number of nuclear weapons on the regional server for your …
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New tips to help players beat 'Bloodborne': What game mechanics and bugs are

New tips to help players beat 'Bloodborne': What game mechanics and bugs are
A more underhanded trick coming via Kotaku, involves leaving "Bloodborne" running on the PlayStation 4 for 12 hours straight. Doing this apparently makes the game's bosses weaker, so there's one dastardly cheat that could make progress easier at the …
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Nintendo Is Rickrolling Thousands of Players in Super Mario Maker

Nintendo Is Rickrolling Thousands of Players in Super Mario Maker
With the arrival of the Wii U's Super Mario Maker next month many Nintendo fans are excited to create their own 8-bit levels using what has been demonstrated to be a powerful creation platform. While most are expecting it to offer creative side …
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Players Feedback Pays Off for Call of Duty: Black Ops III

Players Feedback Pays Off for Call of Duty: Black Ops III
He mentioned various changes to the multiplayer experience as a result of feedback, including changes to the Black Hat equipment and the Rejack ability. Other small tweaks were also made to concussion and flashbang grenades, the final kill cam, and the …
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Another Exploit in The Witcher 3 Allows Players to Earn 100000 Crowns Within

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Another Exploit in The Witcher 3 Allows Players to Earn 100000 Crowns Within
Apparently, slaughtering cows isn't the only way you can earn bags of money in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. YouTube … Very similar but selling pearls to the loan shark and converting Florens at Vivaldi Bank makes this a HUGE MONEY MAKER exploit (cheat).
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Star Wars Battlefront Cheat Giving Away Infinite Health To Players

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“It measures just 9 inches in circumference, weighs only about 5 ounces, and is made of cork wound with woolen yarn, covered with two layers of cowhide, and stitched by hand precisely 216 times.

“It travels 60 feet 6 inches from the pitcher’s mound to home — and it can cover that distance at nearly 100 miles an hour. Along the way it can be made to twist, spin, curve, wobble, rise, or fall away.

“The bat is made of turned ash, less than 42 inches long, not more than 2-½ inches in diameter. The batter has only a few thousandths of a second to decide to hit the ball. And yet the men who fail seven times out of ten are considered the game’s greatest heroes.

“Baseball is played everywhere: in parks and playgrounds and prison yards, in back alleys and farmer’s fields, by small children and old men, by raw amateurs and millionaire professionals.

“It is a leisurely game that demands blinding speed, and the only one in which the defense has the ball. It follows the seasons, beginning each year with the fond expectancy of springtime and ending with the hard facts of autumn.

“Americans have played baseball for more than 200 years, while they conquered a continent, warred with one another and with enemies abroad, struggled over labor and civil rights and the meaning of freedom.

“At the game’s heart lie mythic contradictions: a pastoral game, born in crowded cities; an exhilarating democratic sport that tolerates cheating and has excluded as many as it has included; a profoundly conservative game that somehow manages to be years ahead of its time.

“It is an American odyssey that links sons and daughters to fathers and grandfathers. And it reflects a host of age-old American traditions: between workers and owners, scandal and reform, the individual and the collective.

“It is a haunted game in which every player is measured against the ghosts of all who have gone before. Most of all, it is about time and timelessness, speed and grace, failure and loss, imperishable hope — and coming home.”

— Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns, Baseball: An Illustrated History (1994)

I purchased this baseball glove in 1989, the year my son Colin was born. When he was growing up, I spent countless hours playing ball with him, many of them in a large meadow a short distance down the road from our home in Ohio. (We called that place the Elysian Fields.) The glove has also accompanied me to many baseball games over the years, in all of which I have been a spectator rather than a participant, because between a bad eye and a lack of coordination, I simply can’t play the game. But that didn’t stop me from being a fan.

The ball is one my son caught when it was hit into the stands during a rookie-league game in Zanesville, Ohio sometime in the mid-1990s. It was signed by a few members of the local team, the Zanesville Grays, which has since been disbanded.

I have not followed baseball much in recent years, owing to a considerable amount of personal hardship which has distracted much of my attention, coupled with a sense of revulsion at such developments as the steroid scandal, the ridiculous and still-skyrocketing players’ salaries, and the changes, such as interleague play and the extra round of playoffs, which the powers-that-be have imposed on a game so deeply rooted in tradition. But in spite of all that, I know that my enthusiasm for the game is still there somewhere, waiting just below the surface for someone or something to come along and revive it.

The glove, unfortunately, has seen little use for some time, partly because Colin is no longer living with us, and partly because I have developed arthritis in my hands — especially in my left, or glove, hand. But I will always hang on to it, as it has great sentimental value for me, and I will always associate it with good experiences, as well as a host of cherished memories.

For this colorful backdrop, I used one of my two Mexican blankets.

Star Wars Battlefront Cheat Giving Away Infinite Health To Players
While by most accounts, the launch of Star Wars: Battlefront was a very big success, there have been a few glitches and bugs since the game hit the market. One such bug ranks among those that gamers usually describe as gamebreaking, because it changes …
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