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Emma Kent

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Emma Kent is a reporter for Eurogamer. She spends most of her time curating a spooky girl aesthetic, and the rest playing DDR games.

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Just Dance is being turned into a film, for some reason

I'll wait until it comes out on disco.

Remember when the Dance Dance Revolution film was announced back in October? Did you think it couldn't get any weirder? Apparently it can, as plans are now in place for a Just Dance movie adaptation. I guess Hollywood's superhero well is finally starting to dry up.

Fortnite's being sued again, this time by Orange Shirt Kid's mum

Meanwhile, Forza removes Carlton and Floss emotes.

What's more viral than a viral dance move? Word that you can sue Epic over emotes, apparently, as yet another lawsuit has been filed against the developer - this time by the mother of the Orange Shirt Kid. Yet unlike its predecessors, the plaintiff gave permission for his dance to be used in the game, making this case rather odd.

EA is preparing to roll out another major update for Battlefield 5 - and contrary to popular opinion, it seems lightning can indeed strike twice, as this is the name for the second chapter of the game's continually-evolving story. (Lightning Strikes? Chapter 2? Sigh.)

Gang Beasts for Xbox One delayed yet again

Stuck between The Rock and a hard place.

Despite initially being planned for release in 2018, it seems Gang Beasts for Xbox is still wrestling with a few problems, as the port has been delayed a second time.

It's the holy grail of indie titles, and now it's looking to broaden its horizons beyond PC gaming. Humble is placing Nintendo Switch and 3DS games on its digital store shelves - but, as with all good things, there's a catch. For now, it's US-only. Sorry everyone else in the world.

When I first scrolled through my Twitter feed and spied the Bowsette hashtag, I had no idea of what was to follow. What I believed to be a niche deviantart trend quickly evolved into something of a monster - kind of like Peach, really. But perhaps the most amazing thing about the phenomenon was that despite the internet's belief it was undermining Nintendo's family image, it turns out Nintendo had beaten Twitter to it all along.

Remember Soulja Boy? It's a name I haven't heard since my year seven disco about 11 years ago, but lately the rapper (responsible for hit single Crank That) has been making waves in the gaming world with a series of bizarre entrepreneurial ideas.

If you've been anywhere near social media over the last few days, you're likely to have seen PlayStation users freaking out over the obscene number of hours they've ploughed into Destiny (or is that just my colleagues?). The reason for this is Sony has allowed players to create personalised videos showing gaming highlights from the past five years - like the Facebook ones your Mum tags you in, minus the embarrassing photos.

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