Masochistic Star Wars Fan Adds Jar Jar Binks Throughout The Latest Episode VII Trailer

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Masochistic Star Wars Fan Adds Jar Jar Binks Throughout The Latest Episode VII Trailer

If you watched the latest Star Wars trailer and thought, "Where are all the Jar Jar Binks scenes?" then you have a weird appreciation for the franchise, but your question has been answered.

YouTube channel murdockmotion took on the unenviable task of creating a version of the latest Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens trailer that nobody wanted – a version that adds Jar Jar Binks to nearly every clip.

You can check out the new, worse version of the trailer below.

Developer Behind The Ill-Fated Darth Maul Game Hoping To Bring It Back To Life

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Developer Behind The Ill-Fated Darth Maul Game Hoping To Bring It Back To Life

Red Fly Studio's Dan Borth recently took to Reddit to answer questions about its canceled Darth Maul video game and talk about how it hopes to bring it back to life.

 You can find the AMA here. In it, Borth writes, "We created the Darth Maul title for Lucas Arts that was cancelled. We are currently working on resurrecting it and I am here to answer questions." Here are a handful of other interesting tidbits from the AMA:

We are currently working on a full next gen demo of all things Maul to show to the powers that be. It's been a lot of work on our off time.

Sonic Adventure 2 Almost Had A Branching Narrative

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Sonic Adventure 2 Almost Had A Branching Narrative

A new episode of Did You Know Gaming looks at Sonic Adventure 2 and explains the game's poor audio and Shadow's back-story.

Other interesting tidbits includes the development teams issue with parking tickets, and the game's apparent inspiration from a Japan-only game starring an anthropomorphic Pepsi called Pepsiman.

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Batman: Arkham Knight Is Finally Coming Back To PC Next Week

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After getting pulled offline shortly after release in June for technical issues, the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight finally has a new release date.

The game will be officially available again on October 28, according to a post from Rocksteady on Steam.

At 10 am PDT, Oct. 28th, Batman: Arkham Knight will be re-released for the PC platform. At the same time we’ll also be releasing a patch that brings the PC version fully up-to-date with content that has been released for console (with the exception of console exclusives).

Star Wars Trailer Fan Supercut Combines All Available Episode VII Footage

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Star Wars Trailer Fan Supercut Combines All Available Episode VII Footage

If you're tired of browsing online from one Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens trailer to the next, YouTube channel Science Vs. Cinema has conveniently gathered all the available footage into one place.

You can check out the supercut trailer below, which clocks in at three minutes and 40 seconds. It combines all the trailers that have been made available in a surprisingly seamless away.

To see the latest trailer without all that extraneous old footage, head here.

Watch Us Play Almost Two Hours Of Assassin's Creed Syndicate

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Watch Us Play Almost Two Hours Of Assassin's Creed Syndicate

Update: We recently streamed a whole lot of Assassin's Creed Syndicate, and now the archive of the stream is available to view online.

You can check out the stream below with Andrew Reiner and Joe Juba, who reviewed the game. We jump to a later point in the game, and play for just under two hours.

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Reader Discussion: Rock Band Or Guitar Hero?

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Reader Discussion: Rock Band Or Guitar Hero?

We asked this question back in April, but now that both are out in the wild we're asking it again – Rock Band 4 or Guitar Hero Live?

We've reviewed both games. You can find our review of Rock Band 4 here and our review of Guitar Hero Live here. Rock Band 4 is more focused on creating the classic Rock Band 4 experience for a new generation, while Guitar Hero Live is trying something a little different. Do you have a preference now that you've had a chance to check out both? Or maybe you committed to one without trying both out first? Or maybe you're done with plastic instrument rock music games.

Let us know in the comments below.

Halo 5: Guardians Releases Tuesday, Don't Forget About Our Hub

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Halo 5: Guardians appeared on our cover in July and releases on Tuesday. Now's the perfect time to catch up on all of the features that resulted from our coverage.

You can click here, or on the banner below, to read features, watch videos, and listen to podcasts all about the next chapter in Master Chief's story. We have interviews with the developers, details on bringing back the classic soundtrack, video covering the new mode, Warzone, as well as lots of gameplay and story details.

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Lara Croft Go Charity Auction Raising Money For Child's Play Accompanies Game Discount

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Lara Croft Go, the mobile turn-based strategy game starring the Tomb Raider herself, is on sale, and there is an associated eBay auction charity raising money for Child's Play.

You can grab Lara Croft Go for $3.99 right now. Regarding the charity auctions, there are three eBay actions available to bid on with 100% of the proceeds going to the Child's Play charity. Each one includes a Lara Croft & Temple of Osiris Steam Code, Lara Croft & Temple of Osiris Gold Edition Mini Figure, Lara Croft & Temple of Osiris lithographic and art book, a Lara Croft GO 3D Viewmaster, and a unique official Lara Croft GO PAX15 Poster signed by the Square Enix Montréal development team. You can find the auctions here, here, and here.

For our review of Lara Croft Go, head here.

Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts GBA Arrives On Wii U Virtual Console In Time For Halloween

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Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts GBA Arrives On Wii U Virtual Console In Time For Halloween

The Game Boy Advance port of Super Ghouls 'n Ghosts is available now on Wii U Virtual Console, just in time for Halloween.

This remake of the original has new levels and a new game mode, but is otherwise a fairly faithful port of the original game.

We've never given Ghouls 'n Ghosts a dedicated Replay, but it did appear as a Stress Test on our Time Splitters 2 episode of Replay. You can skip to the 25 minute mark to see it.