Have you ever wanted to see a huge portrait of Waluigi recreated in domino form? If so, have you ever wanted to see a huge portrait of Waluigi in domino form get knocked over? Either way, YouTuber TheDominoKing has you covered.

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The Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing series served as enjoyable racing games that would distract you long enough if you ever got sick of playing Mario Kart. Unfortunately, that's all they can be: a distraction. When you're looking for a great party game to play with your friends, the All-Star Racing games are rarely likely to be brought up. They suffer from slippery controls, questionable game mechanics, and a poor online structure.

Fortunately, SEGA has a chance to make up for all this, as they recently announced a brand new Sonic racing game. The company has confirmed it won't be a sequel to any games they've released, so this is their chance to start over from scratch. But for SEGA to even dream of competing with the big dogs like Mario Kart, there are a few things they'll need to work on.

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Way back when PlayStation 3 made its debut in 2006, one of the perks of the console was the fact that you could install Linux on it, effectively allowing it to double as a PC. Sony issued a firmware update to remove this feature four years later, citing security risks as the reason. This led to a class-action lawsuit, with early buyers accusing Sony of false advertising. Thanks to a recent settlement, they'll soon be getting their payout.

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The Tanooki suit has become one of the most well-recognized power-ups in the Mario franchise since its debut nearly 30 years ago, but history almost played out very differently. When Super Mario Bros. 3 was early in development, long before anyone had dreamed of a Tanooki-based power-up, the development team was considering an item that would transform Mario into a centaur.

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SXSW 2018 is wrapping up in Austin, Texas, and last night the winners of the fifth annual South by Southwest Gaming Awards (as decided by over half a million votes from gamers around the world) were announced. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was the biggest winner, taking home the coveted Video Game of the Year award alongside two other accolades. PUBG was another big winner, with three awards to its name as well.

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It's not that often that the UK's Video Standards Council refuses a game a rating, effectively banning it in the country. In fact, prior to this week it hadn't happened since Manhunt 2 was refused classification back in 2007, over a decade ago. That streak was just broken by Omega Labyrinth Z, an RPG that features school girls in a variety of sexually explicit scenarios.

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E3, the biggest gaming event of the year, is just under three months away. Developers, journalists, and now fans alike flock to it each year for big reveals, announcements, and largely, a celebration of video games. Massive companies such as Nintendo, Sony, Bethesda, EA, and Ubisoft routinely make use of the event for extravagant, flashy press conferences. However, it looks like Microsoft has different plans for their big show in 2018.

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2018 marks the 25th anniversary of Myst, the critically lauded point-and-click adventure/puzzle game by developer Cyan. The Mac/PC game's surprise success led to five main-series titles over 12 years, an online multiplayer spinoff, novels supplementing the lore, a Hulu series announcement (that we have heard nothing new about for some time now), and much more. While the older Myst games have not aged well when it comes to modern platforms, it turns out that Cyan has been working on a full series re-release, which they announced this weekend.

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Star Wars Battlefront 2's loot box-based progression system has been controversial since before the game's launch, with many claiming that they limited progression and made the game a "pay-to-win" experience. EA quickly moved to fix this by removing the ability to purchase them with real-world currency, which left the progression system reliant on loot boxes unlocked through level-ups and did not fix the underlying problem. In a new update to the game coming on March 21st, EA will be taking further steps to fix the issue by removing Star Cards from loot boxes entirely.

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SEGA's Sonic the Hedgehog panel is in full swing at SXSW, and they're livestreaming the whole event. SEGA announced that Sonic Mania is getting a physical release with extra content, but the love for the latest 2D game didn't end there. In addition to the new content, Sonic Mania is also getting its own animated YouTube video series titled Sonic Mania Adventures.

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SEGA is currently holding a livestreamed panel for Sonic at SXSW, and they just dropped some big gaming news! Last year's new 2D entry in the franchise, Sonic Mania, has been a smash hit even though it's only available as a digital download. That's finally changing this Summer, as SEGA has just announced Sonic Mania Plus, a physical release of Sonic Mania with extra content.

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Nintendo Switch comes with a handy dock for connecting the portable console to a TV for a home console experience, but the plain-looking hunk of black plastic isn't quite flashy enough for some. As such, Rated-e Mods decided to mod an old GameCube in order to turn into a fully functioning Nintendo Switch dock. As a bonus, the controller ports on the front actually work, so you can plug up to four GameCube controllers directly into the dock.

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SXSW is currently in full swing in Austin, Texas, and SEGA is set to make a splash. The longtime game developer and publisher will be holding a panel for their most iconic character, Sonic the Hedgehog, this afternoon. The panel is titled "Gotta Go Fast," and it will feature special guests (including the head of Sonic Team) and the unveiling of new Sonic projects for the future.

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Nintendo recently released firmware update 5.0.0 for Nintendo Switch, giving players new features like the ability to add Switch friends via Twitter and Facebook. Unfortunately for fans of unofficial accessories, this update doesn't seem to play nice with certain non-Nintendo products. According to multiple reports, firmware update 5.0.0 is bricking Nintendo Switch consoles that use Nyko's dock.

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Late last year, Bandai Namco announced a video game adaptation of My Hero Academia. The upcoming fighter, subtitled One's Justice, was initially revealed for worldwide release on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, but it has since been confirmed for Xbox One and PC in North America and Europe as well. Bandai shared another update today, this time unveiling three new playable characters.

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