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On this beautiful Monday, Chris Carter reviews the second Guild02 game, BUGS vs. TANKS!; you get a double dose of Jim Sterling hamming it up on camera; Ellen Page doesn’t like Ellen Page lookalikes; Sakurai is sad that not all your favorite Smash Bros. fighters will return; and Microsoft throws money into the cloud.

Community: Community blogs of 6/24 Forum thread of the day: Earth Defense Force 2025

Contests:Contest: Win the Worms Collection for Xbox 360 or PS3!Contest: Win 5 Loot Crate swag-filled boxes

Reviews:Review: BUGS vs. TANKS!

Events:Sessler & Sterling at ScrewAttack Gaming Convention 2013

News:Gamers campaign to end Wii U region lockingMega Man Game Gear rated by ESRBEllen Page comments on The Last of Us likenessPSN will be down for maintenance on TuesdayDICE begged to do Star Wars: BattlefrontProject Spark beta sign-ups are openZero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward goes free via PS PlusNordic grabs Silver and Desperados from AtariSteam Trading Cards are leaving beta this weekNew releases: Fight in the snow in Company of Heroes 2Q Games partnering with Limbo Vita dev Double ElevenAlaskan tribal council forms videogame studioMS spending $700M on servers because the cloud demands itBeamdog ‘still interested’ in doing Baldur’s Gate IIISuper Smash Bros. lacks full cast due to time constraintsPre-ordering Gran Turismo 6 means in-game money or carsWargaming CEO upset over Xbox Live fee for World of TanksTitanfall engineer on using the Xbox Live Cloud

Offbeat:Jimquisition: Why PC Gaming Gets Away With ItAllow K.K. and Friends to touch your musical soul

Media:UDON to sell SDCC-only Street Fighter, Mega Man booksBastion narrator lends his stellar voice to StarboundKiller Is Dead trailer shows fight with King Quasi-NakedMeet the enemies of Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon KeepSt. Christopher’s is in lockdown in a new adventure gameHere’s what Frostbite 3 brings to Battlefield 4Scope these Adventure Time, Regular Show game coversThe Chaos Engine is coming back with a ‘restoration’