V.20 No.23 |
The Daily Word featuring blame, yakuza, sunscreen, free speech and booth babes
By Laura Marrich [ Wed Jun 15 2011 10:47 AM ]
We may finally have someone to blame for starting the Wallow Fire.
Meanwhile, firefighters in Rio Rancho are penalized for harrasing a rookie and his "private part."
The ever-resourceful yakuza and their crime syndicate overlords are capitalizing on Japan's tsunami disaster.
For my July 1 birthday, L.A. schools are banning flavored milk.
Meanwhile, two landmark court rulings favor students' free speech when they're online at home.
Here are five things to keep an eye on as Republican presidential challengers start lining up.
V.19 No.24 |
This (Huge) Week In Games 6.18.10
By John Bee [ Fri Jun 18 2010 11:35 AM ]
Video games' biggest trade show, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), was this week, and the vast majority of game news was centered around the announcement of upcoming titles or tech. It looks like there are some gems amid the rough, and it'll be interesting to see how things pan out in the impending hardware throwdown this Fall.
A slimmer and higher storage capacity model Xbox was also revealed. It takes over the top price point, and pushes down the price of each of the other two models by $50. The Xbox Arcade model now costs less than either the Nintendo Wii or DS.
Epic Games' Cliff Bleszinski shows off Gears of War 3.
Killzone 3 gameplay demo.
Media Molecule's Alex Evans gave a demo teasing the huge variety of game types we can expect from Little Big Planet 2.
Original Twisted Metal developer David Jaffe is back for the PS3 version.
Sony says it will have at least twenty 3D games available for PS3 by the end of 2010, including both Crysis 2 and Killzone 3.
Warren Spector and Adam Creighton of Junction Point give a live demo for Epic Mickey during the Nintendo keynote.
GoldenEye: 007 returns in a remake. Looks like it's a tiny bit too late.
Isaac Clarke returns to dismember more Necromorphs in Dead Space 2.
Kayne and Lynch 2 looks like it's going to hit the heist gone wrong nail right on the head.
Bulletstorm, the new shooter from People Can Fly (Painkiller) and Epic Games (Gears of War), takes things a bit ridiculously over the top. This is a good thing.
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