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Joyswag: Just Cause 2 (Xbox 360) [update] {Joystiq}

Mar 24th 2010 4:51PM Rocket Jump!

The Queue: There is a Cow Level {WoW}

Jul 31st 2009 1:45PM I have a question for The Queue: Is there a good PvP tutorial out there for those of us who've never PvP'd (and last about 4 seconds in any duel)?

Why won't Blizzard let me change my race? {WoW}

Jul 2nd 2009 6:06PM Faction changes implicitly provide for this, don't they? I mean, even if you have to pay twice, you could switch your Blood Elf to a Dwarf and then switch back to Orc, right?

Fable II tried 'gimmicky' voice controls {Joystiq}

Apr 2nd 2009 4:45PM I'm not the only one who liked Elika. Check out reviews of the game in many locations and you'll see her listed as one of its big selling points.

I agree with you about AI buddies in general, but to me that game was enjoyable laragely because of Elika.

Rumor: Lord of the Rings Online bound for Xbox 360 {Joystiq}

Apr 2nd 2009 4:39PM I'm a LOTRO player and an Xbox 360 owner, so this is quite exciting! The big question on my mind are about the integration (or lack thereof) that they plan between the platforms. While I doubt it will be the case, it would be amazing if PC and Xbox users could be on the same servers and even better if I could switch to Xbox 360 without losing my characters!

Controls will the other big question here. On the PC, LOTRO (and most MMO's) have pretty much everye key on the keyboard mapped to one command or another . . . I'm wondering how they can pull something like that off on the Xbox . . .

Fable II tried 'gimmicky' voice controls {Joystiq}

Mar 31st 2009 7:48PM The dog would've seemed much more revolutionary if Prince of Persia hadn't come out a few months later. Elike was more interesting, more connected to the story, and drew a far greater emotional investment than Fable's four-legged-friend. She also had better animation and AI.