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 Taco Bell To Give Out A PS Vita Every 15 Minutes -- PlayStation Vita Supreme?

"I'll have the #4, a taco supreme and side of PS Vita, please."

Video games and fast food have been involved in a tumultuous love affair for decades. The two nurture each other, care for each other and compliment each other. Gaming's latest, and potentially cutest new couple, is the PS Vita and Taco Bell.


PlayStation and Taco Bell confirmed their love affair during CES 2012. To celebrate their undying love they are launching "the biggest hardware giveaway in the history of PlayStation." The promotion is called "Unlock the Box." Every 15 minutes a PS Vita will be given away from January 26 until March 11. Each Vita will comes with a copy of Little Deviants game card, 4GB memory card and a choice of the following: ModNation Racers, LittleBigPlanet (at launch), or MLB 12 The Show (at launch).

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Duke Nukem Forever

Hi. I'm Dana. I'm the reviews editor. You don't see me much around here, because a lot of what I do is behind the scenes, but, I'm here to address the issue that everyone has been on pins and needles about: Where is G4's Duke Nukem Review? The answer is, it's coming next week. Tuesday, June 21st to be exact.

Listen, here's the deal. Sometimes, publishers send us early copies of games and sometimes they don't. It all depends on their timeline, and games come early or late for a variety of reasons. The only thing those reasons have in common is that there's nothing we can do to change them.

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I had never heard of company Elite Gudz until a few minutes ago, but I want to tell you about their game Techno Kitten Adventure. I'm hoping that the below YouTube video of the title will work like the tape in The Ring--if I share it, and you watch it, maybe it will be like I never saw it in the first place.

I kid! Seriously, download the game, buddy. It won't hurt you. I promise.

Watch this kid get edumacated on why you don't start fights above your weight-class:

 

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OneTrueFan: Become G4tv.com's Number One Fan

Depending on your browser, you may have noticed a small new graphic at the bottom of G4tv.com today - it's the beta for OneTrueFan - a new way to show your love for G4TV and find other people who are interested in the same games and stuff that you are. As with many things in life (especially on the internet), its a popularity contest. Earn points by visiting often, reading lots of articles, sharing links and driving traffic back to G4tv.com.  But fan-ship is fleeting and the points you earn disappear after 14 days, so make sure to come back and show your love regularly. We'll look to offer prizes for top fans in the future if you guys are into it.

When you register, you automatically show up in the bar on pages that you visit, with your recent shared articles showing up in your profile flyout. We hope this is a great way to discover new content by checking out the flyouts of people on the same page as you. What you share is all on you; the control is entirely up to you.

OneTrueFan G4tv.com Newshound PatchYou can also earn custom patches on G4tv.com such as Newshound (for TheFeed), Attack of the Show-er and Around the Net, as well as Thanks for Sharing, Second Base (five pages in a single visit) and Commitment (30 days in a row at G4TV.com).  As time goes on, we'll release more custom patches, these will include game and event specific patches, and limited edition patches for things like E3 live streaming, and Comic-Con. You can view your patches at OneTrueFan.com, and in the future some of these will be available as real patches that OTF will send to you so you can have mom stitch them onto your boy scout uniform/jean jacket.

If you enjoy OneTrueFan, you can install the AddOn to your browser and see people on every site you visit.  If you don't like OneTrueFan, just click the "Hide OTF permanently" option in the settings flyout and you'll never see the bar again.

As always, let us know what you think and remember that you can simply click on "Hide OTF Permanently" in the option menu on the right side of the bar if you don't like it. OneTrueFan is still in beta and is constantly improving based upon user feedback.

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Kevin Butler Sandwich Will Kill Your HeartWhen it comes to sandwiches, I'm like a damn goldfish with too much fish food: If there are enough sandwiches around, I'll keep eating until I die. I'm not afraid of many sandwiches. I'll eff-up a bacon-double-cheese tuna melt and chase it with grilled Canadian bacon and Gruyere on flatbread like it ain't no thing. 

But I'm scared of Kevin Butler's sandwich. Deathly afraid.

According to the weekly sandwich report (seriously!) from NPR's Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me  blog, The Kevin Butler is a bacon double cheeseburger compressed between two deep-fried Monte Cristo sandwiches.

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Justin Bieber

We're super big fans of pop star Justin Bieber -- I'm sure you are too -- but Nintendo, apparently, is not. Bieber's people recently asked Nintendo for permission to use a bit of the iconic Super Mario Brothers theme in an upcoming Bieber-riffic Bieber-fest of a 3D concert movie and lifestyle documentary called Justin Bieber: Never Say Never. (I'm expecting a generation-defining film like The Rolling Stones' Gimme Shelter.) Nintendo said some variation of, "Nope. Sorry, Biebs."

John Chu, director of Don't Look Back... er, I mean Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, tweeted the following recently:

"aw C'mon Nintendo! Y won't u let us use the Mario theme for 15 secs in the @Justinbieber movie...talk about free advertising passed up. Oops"

Y indeed?

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Top Gaming Gadgets We Wish Existed: Our List of Things We May or May Not Ever Really Need

CES 2011 has got us thinking about gaming gadgets and peripherals. If you're anything like me, your house has become a depot for assorted plastic gaming crap, ranging in usefulness from paperweight to couldn't live without it.

There's something appealing about the thought of owning a bunch of stuff in the name of your favorite hobby, even if it means you embed a broken whammy bar in the bottom of your foot every time you get up in the middle of the night to get a glass of water. It's a small price to pay for the thrill of living dangerously.

Even though there's already a myriad of awesome gaming peripherals floating around out there and taking up space in your living quarters, there's always room for more. That's why we've come up with this list of awesome gaming gadgets we wish existed, but don't ... and probably never will.

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Top Gaming Gadgets We Wish Existed: Our List of Things We May or May Not Ever Really Need

Earning an achievement on Xbox LIVE is like getting a flirty glance from the hot blonde in the coffee shop: it's fleeting, but makes you feel all warm and gooey inside your pants. Who wouldn't want to extend the feeling of elation into a full-on explosion? From a cannon? No one! The Achievement Cannon celebrates your completely pyrrhic victory by blasting your living room with confetti (not included) and filling it with the sweet sounds of John Phillip Sousa's immortal classic Stars and Stripes Forever. There's also an optional Polaroid attachment that will take a picture of you at the exact moment you earn the achievement. Warning: have you ever tried to clean up confetti? It sucks. Enjoy!

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Jack Thompson Bill Amendment Passes in Utah State House CommitteeA brief addendum to the controversy surrounding Electronic Arts' shooter Medal of Honor: Game-hating activist Jack Thompson has claimed victory. Here's Thompson's quote, from gaming site RipTen:

"I win again, as usual. Any gamers who don’t think so and who don’t appreciate what I do to protect our culture can go to Hell... Any gamers that don’t know how to get to Hell on an expedited basis, let me know, and I’ll send along the cheat code to get there more quickly."

I would think EA was probably more concerned about the opposition of Liam Fox, the U.K. defense minister, or the fact that the military plans to ban the game from on-base stores, but I guess it was Thompson all along. (I'd like those cheat codes anyway, please.)

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Tim Schafer To Be Guest On Late Night With Jimmy Fallon On October 2

To gamers, developers are like rock stars. We just can't help it. They seem larger than life creators of entertainment we love and connect with. Arguably, no one fits this role better than Brutal Legend creator and all-around interesting guy, Tim Schafer. The founder of Double Fine, Schafer has a reputation for bringing a comical edge to the projects he touches and also an attention to detail and quality that is unmistakable.

That's why at this year's IndieCade, right here in Los Angeles, he will be honored with the 2010 IndieCade Honorary Trailblazer Award for Lifetime Achievement.

Though it may sound like it was made up by Derek Zoolander, the 2010 IndieCade Honorary Trailblazer Award for Lifetime Achievement is real and is designed to "Recognize Pioneers of the Independent Game Development Community" and Schafer seems like just the right guy for the occasion.

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Stand Up To Cancer On G4 & G4tv.com Tonight @ 8PM ET

Sadly, there are few of us who have not been, in some way, touched by cancer. Whether you are a survivor yourself, or know a friend or family member who has been affected by this debilitating and often fatal disease, you know that the toll that it takes can be devastating.

Tonight at 8PM ET, G4 and G4tv.com is proud to be a partner with Stand Up To Cancer, a benefit show that features some of the most prominent celebrities in the world pledging their time to raise awareness and money to help toward prevention, maintenance, and a cure for cancer.

G4 will air the benefit show in its entirety on the network, but you can also stay right here on G4tv.com and watch it streaming in the Hulu player above. Among the musical performances scheduled to appear are Billie Joe Armstrong from Green Day, Stevie Wonder, The Edge, and the immortal Mr. Neil Diamond. Other celebrities like George Clooney, Adam Sandler, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Denzel Washington will be on hand to talk about the progress the charity has made since its inception, and what they plan on doing in the future.

For more information about the charity and the show itself, check out Stand Up To Cancer's website.

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The Expendables Dominates Weekend. Is It A Sign?

Sure, it may have been a box-office field devoid of any huge players, but the $35 million that put The Expendables at the top this past weekend was certainly no joke. Sylvester Stallone's starring and directorial effort offered a clear alternative for moviegoers to self-centered "chick-flick" hedonism (Eat Pray Love) and the latest attempt to take niche films aimed toward "hipster geeks" (which would be us, I suppose) and aim them at the mass market (Scott Pilgrim vs. The World.) The performance of Sly Stallone's throwback/love letter to the mindless, but satisfying 80's genre of muscled-up dudes shooting the s**t out of bad guys while making bad puns proved that there may indeed a viable market for films of its ilk. (Of course, the ridiculously loaded cast full of some of the best badasses of action movies past and present didn't exactly hurt the promotional blitz, either.)

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Your First Weekend With StarCraft II: The Gear You Need »


Many of you probably picked up StarCraft II this week, and many more of you might be rushing to get it right now. If you're trying to hold down a job or finish school, you might not have been able to spend some serious time with the game yet. Until now. The StarCraft II inaugural weekend begins ... right now.

Our intrepid soldier has beefed up his provisions bag with everything needed for a non-stop 48 jag through the Koprulu Sector in order to kick some Zerg and Protoss butt. For the record, check out what we're packing:

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Older GamersI have no doubt that you and I will spend our last years on earth video gaming. The nursing homes of the future will feature PlayStation 14s and Xbox 5,665s, and we will forget the imminent approach of Death by playing endless games of Mario Kart between meals of strained peas. But right now, the game industry is missing out on billions of dollars by ignoring the older gaming demographic, according to a "white paper" co-written by The AbleGamers Foundation and 7-128 Software.

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