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    Fabricated News: Disney Princess Battle

    Fabricated News reports on the Disney Princess fighting game, for the Sega Genesis!

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    Ask a Girl, Ask a Girl Lite, Ask Me Out

    The iPad teaches us how to ask girls questions, just in time for Valentine's Day.

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    The Perfect iPad Games

    ...are definitely not these.

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    GirlCola (Or, the Ly “Sis” Strata)

    The story of how GameCola was conquered in a feminist revolution, then restored to normal.

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    [NSFW] Girl’s Dodge Ball (iPhone)

    I don't know much about dodgeball. But there is one piece of advice that I can offer... Dodge this. From first peek, Girl's Dodge Ball looks like Dead or Alive Xtreme. This should have been ample re

  • birds

    Michael and Paul’s Adventures on Bird-Girl Island

    A classic tale of love and bird-girls, starring the GameCola staff.

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    Nintendo Publishing Girls RPG, For Girls

    One of the most impactful new bites to come out of Nintendo's press conference yesterday—along with the debut of Bravery Default: Flying Fairy, which you can tell by the name alone is by Square-Enix

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    Minus the Pudding: The Best of Xbox Live Indie Games

    After the last couple of games I had to play for "Minus the Pudding" (see the end of this article), I'm not sure I have it in me to write any more novel-length intro paragraphs. What you see is what you get. Come read about some games, or whatever. I don't care anymore.

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    Minus the Pudding: The Best of Xbox Live Indie Games

    Videogames have long been considered a form of escapism, a way for us nerds to (pretend to) leave our couch, put on a pair of pants, and leave our tedious lives behind so we can instead wander around a desert for hours and hours and hours in search of a goddamn save point, because we seriously just want to go to bed, but we can't, because WHERE'S THE SAVE POINT?! It's been HOURS since we last saved and we don't want to leave our system on all night, because who KNOWS what could happen then, so we keep playing and playing and FINALLY! Look! There's a save point! Only, before we can access it, we're forced into a boss battle and DIE because the stupid boss is IMPOSSIBLE to beat, and then we have to go to our last save point, which was so long ago that we don't even remember it!

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    Gamer Girlfriend: Gamer Boyfriend

    For this year’s January issue, Vangie and I are switching places; I’m writing her column and she’s writing mine. This means that for this month, and this month only, you, the reader, can become the recipient of my accumulated wisdom. How fortunate for you!