Back in 2015, four years after he was killed during a raid on his compound in Pakistan, the US government released a list of books and articles
that were discovered in the hideout of Osama bin Laden. Yesterday, the CIA released almost 470,000 files that were found on his hard drives, which show he had a penchant for video games (many of them erotic), movies, viral YouTube videos, and anime. The total size of all the files reaches into the hundreds of gigabytes, but the archive has been split up into four categories-audio, documents, images, and video-to make searching through them easier. As you would expect, the CIA found terror-related material, such as training videos, Bin Laden's journal, and a clip of a beheading, but there was also plenty of unexpected content. Movies including Antz, Cars, Chicken Little, and Resident Evil were discovered. There was also a surprising amount of emulated DS titles like New Super Mario Bros and Animal Crossing, along with PC games Zuma Deluxe and Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2, a torrent for Army Men 2, images for Pac-Man and Perestroika Girls, Final Fantasy VII, and much more.