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Future Releases A Video Game For 'move That Dope'

Concert photos by the L.A. Times The rapper Future is known for his liberal use of Auto-Tune, but now he's got another charmingly low-rent bit of technology to share. The Atlanta rapper-singer has a great new single in "Move That Dope," which features guest turns from Pharrell Williams, Pusha T and Cameo. To accompany it, he posted an addictive new video game that's a slightly more menacing version of vintage Nintendo titles. " Move That Doh " (a more family-friendly version of the title) sports 8-bit graphics straight out of the '80s heyday of cocaine trafficking. PHOTOS: Unexpected musical collaborations No actual drugs appear in the game -- one moves "doh" around to "Collect. Distribute.
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Video Games

dark-souls-prepare-to-die Because any comparisons between Souls games are about to get more complicated, nows a good time to look back at these two brilliant contributions to modern RPGsone last set of observations before we see if From Software has improved on its formula. The game itself is already hard enough, so lets make this easy and divide it into subsections: Demons Souls Does More with Less Demons Souls has just 38 non-boss enemiesnot counting Black Phantom variantscompared to 93 enemies in Dark Souls, but the disparity often feels cosmetic. Despite having fewer enemies overall, Demons Souls combat is frequently more interesting. Nothing encapsulates this idea like the Mind Flayer.
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