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    November 2nd, 2017GamespotUncategorized

    The CIA yesterday released a number of files from Osama Bin Laden's hard drive to the public. Naturally they contain correspondence with Al-Qaeda and copious amounts of propaganda, including video, images, and speeches.

    But one of the most curious revelations coming out of these files is that Osama Bin Laden, or at least those close to him and working alongside him, was a massive anime and Otaku gaming fan. Pirated anime and video games included the likes of Naruto, Dragon Ball, Devil May Cry, and New Super Mario Bros. and Animal Crossing for the Nintendo DS, as well as PC games like Zuma.

    He wasn't just interested in Japanese animation either; the CIA lists the following copyrighted videos hidden on the hard drive:

    • Antz
    • Batman Gotham Knight
    • BBC Great Wildlife Moments
    • Biography – Osama bin Laden
    • Cars
    • Chicken Little
    • CNN Presents: World’s Most Wanted
    • Final Fantasy VII
    • Heroes of Tomorrow
    • Home on the Range
    • Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
    • In the Footsteps of bin Laden – CNN
    • National Geographic: Kung Fu Killers
    • National Geographic: Inside the Green Berets
    • National Geographic: Predators at War
    • National Geographic: World’s Worst Venom
    • Peru Civilization
    • Resident Evil
    • Storm Rider – Clash of the Evils
    • The Kremlin from Inside
    • The Story of India
    • The Three Musketeers
    • Where in the World is Osama bin Laden

    Source: [CIA via PCGamesN]

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