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  • The 10 coolest video game Easter eggs

    Ben Silverman at Plugged In5 days ago

    Once a year, millions of kids transform into amateur detectives sleuthing for hidden treasures. But all year round, millions of gamers do the exact same thing in their favorite video games. Digital Easter eggs have become as commonplace as that ‘extra’ scene at the end of a Marvel movie, though some are more interesting than others. Here are ten of our favorites.

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  • PS4 outsells Xbox One, Titanfall tops charts in stellar March

    Chris Morris at Plugged In6 days ago

    Gamers may not be buying a ton of games these days, but they're sure gobbling up game systems.

    Sales of video game hardware in March were up a massive 78 percent in March as compared to a year ago, according to The NPD Group. Console sales more than doubled as demand continues for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4. That surge in hardware sales led to a 3 percent climb in overall sales versus March 2013.

    While NPD does not specifically break out sales numbers by system, the company's analyst Liam Callahan noted that PS4 sales once again outpaced the Xbox One.

    “In March 2014, Sony’s PS4 led hardware sales for the third month in a row,” he said.

    That's bound to be a disappointment to Microsoft, which bundled EA's critically-acclaimedgiant mech shooter Titanfall with the Xbox One to promote sales of the system. Many retailers offered discounts of $50 on top of that bundle.

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  • Missing Nebraska boy found inside claw machine

    Ben Silverman at Plugged In7 days ago

    There are few things more alluring to a kid than a claw machine. One three-year-old in Lincoln Nebraska, however, got a little too close to the prizes tucked inside.

    According to local authorities, the child’s mother called Nebraska police on Monday to report her son had left the apartment when she was in the bathroom. After canvassing the area, the cops found the kid in a most unusual spot: inside the claw machine at a nearby bowling alley.

    Authorities believe he got in through the central prize hole.

    "You have to weave your way in and out, so he had to work pretty hard to get in there," Jim Lakey, the owner of the machine, told local station KLKN-TV.

    "It's kind of a rarity."

    The boy was uninjured and was apparently just playing with stuffed animals and ignoring passers-by, who presumably were ignoring him, too. Or perhaps they figured this was the creepiest claw machine in the world and thus averted their gaze to avoid going straight to hell for considering playing a game in which a three-year-old boy was the grand prize.

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