GOP website has an article entitled "What Do the The Legend of Zelda and the American Tax Code Have In Common?"

No, this isn't made-up. No, this isn't an Onion article. The official government website for the GOP has an article up entitled What Do the The Legend of Zelda and the American Tax Code Have In Common?. Here's a snippet from it.

The Legend of Zelda series is Nintendo’s best-selling video game franchise enjoyed by more than two generations of gamers. The action-adventure game was released in 1986, only one year after Nintendo’s founding in 1985.

And you know what else was released in 1986? Yeah, you do. The last major reform to the American tax code was signed into law in 1986.

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Boy, if there were ever a post that belonged on Reddit's FellowKids Subreddit, this would be it! Thanks to Tytygh for the heads up!

Capcom blog - The weird and wild Raid Mode costumes of Resident Evil Revelations

We’ve already delved into part 1 and part 2 of our character introduction series for Resident Evil Revelations, but once you’ve finished the game’s story, there’s plenty more to dive into with the game’s highly replayable Raid Mode feature! There’s tons of customization for weapons and unique costumes for some of your favorite characters that also modify their abilities, including their knife and melee attacks.

Not every character has extra costumes, but chances are if you’ve seen them wearing it in the story mode, you’ll be able to unlock it in Raid Mode, alongside some bonus costumes exclusive to Raid Mode! If you’ve just started the game, you’ll only be able to access the first three maps; once you’ve completed the story, additional maps and characters will unlock as you complete maps and missions. Allow me to introduce you to some of them while you’re waiting for the game’s upcoming August 29th release on Xbox One and PS4, or later this year on Nintendo Switch.

Full feature here

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