I’ll be updating this late tonight or early tomorrow. I’m going to see an early showing of Harry Potter. Should be sweetness.
Until then, here’s a maccabre story to keep you company (seriously demented)
Dinner guest finds murder victims… while putting away leftovers
I think this is an awesome apology. I’m especially a fan of everything between “Please understand” and “context clear” (the first four paragraphs).
Dear Dean Govender,
Thank you for your email of 11 June 2007.
Please understand that Resistance: Fall of Man is a work of science fiction.
It is fantasy entertainment set against a backdrop of an alternative reality of 1950â€™s Britain. History has been rewritten and the Second World War has not happened but a race of alien creatures has attacked the earth and the human race is engaged in a struggle to defend itself from … Continue reading
Looks like the PS3 (and Resistance) did very well in Europe over the weekend.
Still looks like most people want Resistance more than the other PS3 games, which is sweeeet.
As for what form Elder Scrolls V would take, that’s still up in the air. An MMO seems a natural, evolutionary step for the series, but while Hines doesn’t suggest that’s a direction for Elder Scrolls V, the possibility of a new game has been bounced around. He doubts, however, they would go forward unless they had a “fresh idea” for the genre.
Man, I hope it’s not an MMO. The last thing I need is another 200+ hour game commitment, and I loved Oblivion so much that I would really just HAVE to play it.
Sounds like … Continue reading
So I was doing my daily search through gametab.com, as I am wont to do, and I came across this little gem:
Dave Jaffe liveblogged during a Focus test for Calling All Cars. It’s funny to me because I’ve been to a lot of focus tests, and it’s interesting to see how people react to Jaffe’s impressions.
I mean from what I read, it sounds like a pretty normal focus test to me.
All sorts of things going wrong — check.
Frantically scrambling to get everything to work — check.
Players who are very … Continue reading