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5 Shameless Lies Video Game Companies Got Away With (Almost) (via Cracked)

I tried to warn the world two years ago that every company involved in the production of video games is a gang of treacherous liars.  Not only was my shocking exposé snubbed by the Pulitzer committee, it also somehow didn’t grind the world’s largest entertainment industry to a halt.  So let’s try again: here’s my latest Cracked article, 5 Shameless Lies Video Game Companies Got Away With (Almost).

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7 Wrestlers Who Were Blatant Knock-offs (via WhatCulture)

Nobody likes a cheap knock-off—that’s why you never hear anyone try to order Dr. Thunder at a restaurant.  And it’s no better when you pay $30 for wrestling tickets only to find out the main event is Andrew the Giant versus “Macho Guy” Sandy Ravage.  Check out my new WhatCulture article, 7 Wrestlers Who Were Blatant Knock-offs.

7 Beloved Video Game Consoles That Were Almost Completely Different (via WhatCulture)

Video game consoles go through a lot of changes before they hit stores.  Some are pretty well-publicized, like that time Microsoft almost prevented you from sharing Xbox One games as an experiment to see how many people they could sell a PlayStation 4.  Others are a little lesser known, and for those, you should check out my first article on WhatCulture, 7 Beloved Video Game Consoles That Were Almost Completely Different.