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Game tips: 5 important tips to know when playing 'ReCore'

"ReCore" is part action adventure, part shooter, part loot collector, and part platformer. But, if you're enjoying the latest creation to come out of Inafune's new studio, Comcept, we want to make sure you're ready to stay at the top of your game, and help Joule out the best you can. To help you in your endeavors to safe New Eden, we've put together five tips that you might not have thought about that will change how you play this game.

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Game review: 'Pac-Man Championship Edition 2,' powering up

You'd think with all the different ways Bandai Namco has improved and adulterated "Pac-Man" over the years, there just wouldn't be anything left to tackle. But as it turns out there was, and it existed in the form of "Pac-Man Championship Edition," one of the most engaging and exciting ways anyone could ever possibly conceive of to play "Pac-Man" while feeling like it's a completely new experience. "Pac-Man Championship Edition 2" comes out of the gate running with bigger and better improvements on the previous release, with alterations and augments that make it as exciting as ever, even if you've played "Pac-Man" more times than you listened to "Pac-Man Fever," and you know you've listened to "Pac-Man Fever."

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'Storks' delivers laughs, some tears

We recently had the opportunity to preview the new animated movie "Storks," in Manhattan. The movie is about a company that used to deliver babies. Instead of delivering babies, the company switched to delivering packages because it was easier.

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Spoon University food site helps high schoolers eat well

As if Lauren Peller doesn't have enough on her plate this fall - college applications are due, and she's editor-in-chief of her high school newspaper at Half Hollow Hills High School East in Dix Hills - she's taken on the role of editorial director of the newly launched high school chapter of the nationwide Spoon University foodie website.

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A dog groomer’s journey through homelessness, hardship and tragedy

Danielle Simpson was in the first class of graduates from the Grooming Project, a school in Kansas City designed to train single mothers living in poverty to become dog groomers. The lifelong dog lover's dream almost did not become a reality as she experienced a tumultuous year of great joy and great sadness.
Allison Long The Kansas City Star
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A dog groomer’s journey through homelessness, hardship and tragedy

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Wichita woman wins free "Starbucks For Life"

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Curious Wichita: How loud is Intrust Bank Arena compared to the rest of Wichita?

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How the dog who knows 1,000 words got her name

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