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Arcane Brilliance: The changing face of Frost {WoW}

Oct 24th 2009 9:00PM Anyone got a video of the new Deep Freeze in action?

iPhone 3G and 3GS to be offered by Orange UK -- official {Engadget}

Sep 28th 2009 5:35AM Can anyone clarify if this is to come into effect that a jailbroken phone running an Orange SIM would no longer need to be jailbroken?

The Light and How to Swing It: The shocking truth in Beta {WoW}

Aug 17th 2008 7:33AM Flourish Rank 4
32% of base mana 40 yd range
Instant cast
Heals up to 5 friendly party or raid members within 15 yards of the target for 4410 over 7 sec. The amount healed is applied quickly at first, and slows down as the Flourish reaches its full duration.

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Beacon of Light Rank 4
30% of base mana 40 yd range
1.5 sec cast
The target becomes a Beacon of Light, healing all party or raid members within 10 yards for 1725 over 15 sec.

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Personally, I'd rather have flourish /sigh

A current look at the most well-designed game consoles {Joystiq}

Jan 23rd 2007 2:52PM I think the X360 is a great looking machine and I find that quite funny, considering when I first saw the market shots I wasn't that impressed. I think what also makes it for me, was the idea that Microsoft wanted to bring forth personalization. With the removeable faceplate, and the overall neutral colour it's a perfect blank canvas for your own design. For me, that's what makes it - The idea now only do I have my own individual gamertag, a gaming personality, but also my OWN console that sets it apart from the rest.

I like what Nintendo is doing as well, although I have to admit I'm getting tired of the 'Apple' syndrome that seems to be apparent for the last few years.

Gears of War wins another "game of the year" award {Joystiq}

Dec 28th 2006 7:45AM Well, that would be all well and good if it wasn't so glitchy in the MP department. Rainbow Six: Vegas gets a patch for mic errors, but Gears doesn't?

Not to mention the amount of little 'cheats' that allow people to literally become invincible.

I'm sadly still in love with the game, though.

Mikami [ Gamertag: Argh No

Sony won't confirm Euro PS3 launch {Joystiq}

Nov 10th 2006 1:18PM I like you Mr. Snow.

Balls to the wall comments, that's what it should be about.

As for Mr. Harrison, wow, I mean really, wow. Being someone from the UK, I can yet again only say one thing; I'm not surprised.

Brb, Gears of War.

Joystiq impressions -- Lair (PS3) {Joystiq}

Oct 25th 2006 10:56AM Just watched a few in-game videos of the actual game itself. Wow, what can I say? Looks pretty basic. Sure it looks pretty, but 'bumping' into other dragons to save them from burning down a bridge?

The sad thing is, a lot of the actual action, i.e Jumping from your dragon to another dragon and then killing it, will probably only mean pressing a couple of buttons that chain a small repeated 'video' together'

X = bump dragon, Square = Jump to opposing dragon, Triangle = Hit dragon.

y'get me? Pretty tedious. Anyway, check the following link and let me know what you think.

http://uk.media.ps3.ign.com/media/761/761161/vids_1.html

Sony lawsuits force Lik-Sang to close up shop [update 1] {Joystiq}

Oct 24th 2006 12:59PM I'm not buying a PS3 and never intended to. However, this one article and action taken by Sony has infuriated me beyond comprehension. Lik-Sang was/is a brilliant site, and on a numerous amount of times I've imported from them into the UK. They provide an excellent service and the products are always delivered in a safe and efficient manor. This outcry of "Strict EU or UK consumer safety standards", is ridiculous, it truly is.

Lik-Sang provide the correct adapters for any of its exported consoles/handhelds and they ARE accepted by the UK/EU standards. I have about three of them.

As for the PS3, most people who would of ordered from Lik-Sang would of seen a notice if any of the products may be under privileged in any sense, therefore never Kansas-shuffling the customer into losing out on an 'essential' feature.

What a horrible, horrible monster Sony are turning into. RIP Lik-Sang. I'll hold onto my space invader keychain forever.

Lik-Sang.com shut down by Sony lawsuits {Engadget}

Oct 24th 2006 12:49PM I'm not buying a PS3 and never intended to. However, this one article and action taken by Sony has infuriated me beyond comprehension. Lik-Sang was/is a brilliant site, and on a numerous amount of times I've imported from them into the UK. They provide an excellent service and the products are always delivered in a safe and efficient manor. This outcry of "Strict EU or UK consumer safety standards", is ridiculous, it truly is.

Lik-Sang provide the correct adapters for any of its exported consoles/handhelds and they ARE accepted by the UK/EU standards. I have about three of them.

As for the PS3, most people who would of ordered from Lik-Sang would of seen a notice if any of the products may be under privileged in any sense, therefore never Kansas-shuffling the customer into losing out on an 'essential' feature.

What a horrible, horrible monster Sony are turning into. RIP Lik-Sang. I'll hold onto my space invader keychain forever.

Engadget's relaunch giveaways: Xbox 360 Premium pack number four {Engadget}

Oct 21st 2006 8:10PM None sadly. They're all students.

Let me be the smarmiest student, please.