Jan 15th 2007 11:05AM I agree with #25. Bill Murray in the video looks a lot like the characters in HL2.
Jan 11th 2007 10:50AM "12. The Wii isnt competition, wheres the 3rd party stuff for 2007 and beyond? Looks like another gamecube again."
Forget third party, where's ANYTHING for the PS3?
Jan 7th 2007 3:28PM This post epitomizes what is wrong with too many blogs right now. The readership is limited so they resort to moderately dishonest and intentionally deceiving or inflammatory headlines rather than rely on solid content.
To a lesser extent, this is what Gizmodo.com did when they announced the release of the iPhone through intentional deceit. Ten points from Slytherin, Joystiq, for violating one of the basic tenets of reporting: Writing a headline that does not accurately reflect the content of the article.
This is why you are third on my list, behind Kotaku and 1up.
Jan 4th 2007 3:13PM "Consumers just aren't willing to pay $500-600 for a console even if it is the latest Playstation and potentially the most the powerful thing on the market when right now the 360 can do most things better."
Sony is trying to win 3-5 years down the road, but they've forgotten that 5 years down the road, it'll be next-next-gen time, and the PS3 will be a fossil. Bad move to play for the future in tech, because you never can anticipate the future before it's here.
Jun 26th 2006 4:14PM "Beyond that, it's well-known that coordinated groups of users can (and do) regularly manipulate Digg ratings."
You really undermine your authoritative voice when your "source" is that something is "well-known." Even if that were true (and that's a BIG if), the whole point of Digg is that it self-polices.
On the other hand, here you have an AOL-hosted blog. It's a well-known fact that AOL owns the Netscape brand, and is doing its best as Johnny Come Lately routine as a Digg clone.
It's not nice to throw dirt, especially when the best you can do is parrot what "everybody" must know.