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By KiloDel
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And then when they do come back, one of your siblings runs off.

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Access to secret menus sometimes called Ed Boon or EJB menus (after co-creator Ed Boon) have finally been found. It only took 23 years... 

This wasn't discovered in the past two days, as the man in the video says, but they were still found very recently. According to Eurogamer these menus were found late last year by the folks at a website called The Cutting Room Floor as they looked through the classic game's code. 

According to the video description, anyone can access this special menu on Mortak Kombat 1, 2 and 3 using these instructions:

The code is P1 Block (x times) then P2 Block (x times) then P1 Block (x times) etc...


P1 (5), P2 (10), P1 (2), P2 (1), P1 (2), P2 (3), P1 (4)


P1 (5), P2 (10), P1 (2), P2 (8), P1 (2)


P1 (5), P2 (10), P1 (3), P2 (1), P1 (2), P2 (2), P1 (3), P2 (4)

via uproxx

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Naughty Dog put out a new trailer for Uncharted 4 today, and apparently accidentally included a shot of some Assassin's Creed concept art in it. You won't find the shot in the video above, as Naughty Dog has already pulled and replaced it. 

The mistake was first noticed by Ubisoft Montreal employee and head of content for Assassin's Creed 4 Azaïzia Aymar, who threw some major shade at Naughty Dog.

The stolen art in question appears when Drake looks up at his wall at a painting, which, in the case of the original trailer, showed an altered piece of concept art from Assassin's Creed 4:

In a post on their blog, Naughty Dog explained the mistake:

In our eagerness to get the story trailer out we made a regrettable mistake and didn’t thoroughly vet the art work used for an in game painting.We’ve already updated the trailer. We hold all artistry in high regard and take full responsibility for having allowed this to happen.

We want to sincerely apologize to everyone at Ubisoft, the Assassin’s Creed team, the original artist, and our fans.

The new trailer features a different, hopefully original or properly vetted piece of art.

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