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I have a lot of fond memories of playing Donkey Kong 64 growing up, but I don't quite remember it going like this. As you probably know, the game kicks off with a Kong-filled rap music video that's so hilariously bad that it's just plain awesome. A YouTube video has surfaced of that infamous rap being played on a corrupted copy of the game, and the results are even more ridiculous. I think I smell a record deal! Check it out below.

Bungie's hotly-anticipated space shooter isn't set to release for almost three more weeks, but the the official launch gameplay trailer for Destiny has already been unveiled. Complete with glowing descriptions from reviewers, beautiful scenery, and lots of action, this extended trailer showcases what Destiny will be bringing to the table when it launches on September 9. There are even words of encouragement for the players, as the narrator announces "There are enemies out here you would not believe, but they've never seen anything like you." Check it out by clicking below!

Earlier today we reported on a rumored Super Smash Bros. leak that revealed some not-yet-announced returning characters as well as some brand new characters. We're not quite sure whether this leak is legitimate or not, so we decided to call in the experts! The good folks over at GameXplain, the same team that gave us in-depth looks at Hyrule WarriorsMario Kart 8, and other games, teamed up with Gamnesia Editor-in-Chief and Smash fanatic Colin McIsaac to analyze all the supposedly leaked images up close. Is this the real deal? Hit the jump to catch the full analysis!

GoldenEye 007, the popular shooter based on the James Bond movie, was one of the first great console FPS games, and many people have fond memories of playing it growing up. This includes comedian Jimmy Fallon who got to live out a dream on stage during his latest show. Former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan (whose likeness was used in the game) was a guest on Fallon's show, and the two played a short match of GoldenEye 007 against each other. Does Brosnan live up to his status as James Bond? Click below to find out!

Mega Man creator and former Capcom head Keiji Inafune is devoting most of his time to working on Mighty No. 9 right now, but he is also lending a helping hand to the Inti Creates game Azure Striker Gunvolt. While this upcoming 3DS game is its own thing, you can definitely feel the Mega Man influence on it, and a new trailer featuring Keiji Inafune has been released. It's all in Japanese, of course, but you can still get a very good sense of the action via gameplay footage. The video also features a teaser for the upcoming retro-styled corssover game Mighty Gunvolt. Check it all out by clicking below!

We've seen a lot of footage of the futuristic Earth in Destiny, and in the last trailer we got a good look at Mars. Now we're headed towards the other side of the solar system to check out Venus. In Destiny, it's said that "Venus was once the site of a great discovery – a paradise. Now, it is a monument to all that we have lost." Are you excited to explore the galaxy in Destiny? Check out the gameplay after the jump.

Until Dawn was originally announced as a PlayStation 3 title, but the game slipped off the radar for a while and many feared it had been cancelled. Sony shot down those concerns by re-announcing it as a PlayStation 4 game at Gamescom 2014 last week. This survival-horror game stars eight teenagers who spend the night in a cabin in the woods, and your actions throughout the game determine the outcome. Will everyone live? Will everyone die? You decide as you play the game. You can check out footage of the Gamescom demo by clicking below!

We got another good look at PlayStation 4 exclusive Bloodborne at Gamescom last week, and Sony released a new trailer for the game during their press conference. Since then, even more footage has been released in the form of the complete Gamescom 2014 gameplay demo for the game. You can check it out by clicking below!

If you're not familiar with the Ice Bucket Challenge (which means you've probably not been on any social media site in the  past month), it's a viral campaign to raise money for research into amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, better known as ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease. This tragic disorder causes the body to stop functioning while the mind is still in working order, often leaving its victims completely paralyzed. 

As such, the Ice Bucket Challenge has taken off as a way to raise awareness and money for ALS. Participants record a video of themselves having a bucket of ice water poured on their head, then make a donation to research into the disease, and nominate three more people to take part in the challenge. Xbox boss Phil Spencer has made his own video of the challenge, and he nominates Sony's Shuhei Yoshida, Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime, and Valve's Gabe Newell to follow suit. You can check out the video by clicking below!

The internet did a beautiful thing for us gamers. Through flash games, several independent developers were able to create simple games and have them played around the world. While many of those games were good, some really stood out above the rest. K.O.L.M., a story-driven platformer, stood out. K.O.L.M. and its sequel were developed by Antony Lavelle for Armor Games, but he left Armor before he could finish the final part of the trilogy.

The games we got were wonderfully atmospheric platformers that had us control Robbie, a broken robot, as he tried to regain his abusive mother's affection. It was a heart-wrenching, surprisingly human series that left off on a massive cliffhanger. Now, through Kickstarter, he's aiming to remake and expand the flash classics into beautiful modern classics along with finally letting fans know just what happened to Robbie and his sister; and he has a playable demo available!

Check the video after the jump!