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As it turns out, this is something of a theme for a certain series of games, a phenomenon that has continued with the recent release of Call of Duty: Black Ops II. For every game that has the distinction of being named a "toy," there is a game that is more akin to a real toy. Here are 10 toy games that, for some people, seem almost too real to be a joke.

10. Batman: Arkham Asylum

What it is: A stealth-action game in which you must take down a corrupt organization of supervillains.

Why you should play it: For people who can appreciate a good, gritty story. In this case, the game is a remake of the 1995 movie Batman: The Animated Series, which was originally released in the mid-1990s as part of a Warner Bros. TV show called Justice League Unlimited.

What it is: A toy line that started with Barbie for a while before becoming Barbie and Friends, and then later became Barbie and Ken.

Why you should play it: The story is pretty simple: The doll's creator is kidnapped, she has to make it out of a pile of bricks, and a girl gets involved.

8. G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra

What it is: A toy line that started as a comic series before morphing into a video game series.

In today's news, we have two major news from the NBA, and one that is sure to set the league apart.

In the latest, the NBA today announced that the NBA Players Association has decided not to file a grievance against the NBA, which will now be decided at the arbitrator's discretion.

This is the first step in the process in which the league will make decisions regarding salary cap management, the expansion draft, and free agency.

As for the other news, ESPN's Brian Windhorst reported tonight that the NBA has decided to hold the expansion draft at 3 p.m. PT today at which point there will be a lottery for each team.

If the league chooses to make expansion happen, the teams would be able to choose a minimum of four players each.

The other news was that the players union is ready to move forward with a grievance against the NBA on the salary cap, and will file in the coming days.

There are two scenarios being discussed here, but it appears the NBA has no intention of taking this to court or even giving the players the choice to not make the case. In other words, if you want to have a grievance about the salary cap, this would be your way.

The NBA is scheduled to hold a meeting on Wednesday with owners to discuss the issues that have arisen with regards to the salary cap.

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