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Dirty Worka and Carbine King - not their real names, as you may have guessed - are two Grand Theft Auto Online players who clash about one important thing. Dirty Worka hates the rampant cheating in the game. Carbine King is a boastful cheater. Despite this, they're friends and sometimes play against each other.

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There are some pretty cool games in December's Xbox Games with Gold. Paying subscribers to Xbox Live can grab four games for "free"; the two games for the Xbox 360 are backward compatible, so you can play them on your Xbox One as well. Remember, these are only free if you have an Xbox Live Gold subscription.

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After a bit of a stumble with last year's Superchargers, Skylanders is back and ready to go toe-to-toe with Disney Infinity in the creativity side of the toys-to-life battle. Had the competition not folded, Imaginators would have given it a run for its money.

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It's September which means back to school for some, spring adventures for others and for a deranged few, obsessively combing through the world of Destiny in search of new items and secrets. With Rise of Iron just around the corner, Bungie is paving the way for the game's third year with a patch that, among other things, is already allowing a new exotic to drop.

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This week Microsoft released the Xbox One S. It's pretty cool. It's smaller, leaner, lighter — all the things you expect from a console redesign. It's also technically superior. Apparently games will run with a 10 per cent improvement in frame-rate on the Xbox One S. Pretty cool.

But the original Xbox One was huge. Ridiculously huge. Especially when you sit it next to the comparatively diminutive PlayStation 4 and the stupidly tiny Wii U.

Which begs the question: Why the hell was the original Xbox One so big?