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Celebrate 30 years of Sonic by taking a spin in the Bean Hill Zone in Fall Guys

The most accurate external portrayal of Dr. Eggman exists…in Fall Guys.

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Terry Bogard & Mai Shiranui will start chasing the crown with the new Fatal Fury x Fall Guys collab

Mai apparently is not too sexy for Fall Guys.

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Epic Fall Guys announcement revealed: multiplatform Free to Play coming June 21st

Looks like their social media manager will have to hear “dead game” from a whole new audience.

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Monkey around on Fall Mountain as Super Monkey Ball x Fall Guys is happening through 9/30

AiAi’s going to appear in the Guinness World Record breaking game from Mediatonic.

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Jump into Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout – Season 2 right now

Get ready all you fall guys and gals out there, the next season of Fall Guys is now available.

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Fall Guys mid season update is going to mix things up a bit

Round variations, a number of control and infrastructure tweaks, and visual updates coming soon.

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Here’s your sneak peek at Fall Guys season 2

There’s still 39 or so days left in this season of Fall Guys, but Mediatonic and Devolver Digital have already provided us a glimpse at the next one.

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Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout review for PS4, PC

As Chumbawamba would say, I get knocked down, but I get up again…but you’re probably not making it to the next round.

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Hatoful Boyfriend review for PS Vita, PS4

Everybirdy’s gone to the rapture.

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The world’s greatest pigeon dating game is flying onto the PS4, PS Vita in early 2015

Hatoful Boyfriend, Devolver Digital and Mediatonic’s slightly bizarre pigeon dating game, is officially flying onto the PS4 and PS Vita in early 2015.

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Hatoful Boyfriend review for PC

One game, one singer, one retired review gimmick. All this, and more in the Hatoful Boyfriend PC review.

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Foul Play review for XBLA, PC

With a unique presentation and an interesting concept for a beat ’em up, Foul Play starts out strong but ends up burning out after a short while.

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