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Engadget's Black Friday giveaway, part ten: win an HP Envy 15! {Engadget}

Nov 27th 2009 9:37PM Wow, this would be nice.

Many find Fallout 3 similar to Philip K. Dick's 'The Penultimate Truth' {Joystiq}

Jun 15th 2009 3:12PM Did the poster even read 'The Penultimate Truth'? "Vault" similarities aside, they're really not that comparable. I suppose if you only read the book jacket or peruse through the wikipedia entry you can conclude they're similar, but if you read the book I think you'll come to a different conclusion. Besides that, what's this "news" story about? The author even comments on the bottom how it's the general background of Fallout that shares coincidences, not Fallout 3's story specifically. And! Instead of backing up the claim with evidence, he just makes an allusion to spoilers. What's the point of the article?

Joyswag: Fallout 3 Survival Guide and Vault Boy puppets {Joystiq}

Sep 22nd 2008 10:44PM I think the negotiator perk would be the most useful. I mean come on, you can talk your way out of anything and barter for almost anything. And, Bloody Mess? Really? It'd be dangerous to be your friend.

Blizzcast Episode 4 reveals Warcraft information and insights {WoW}

Aug 11th 2008 4:48PM Seriously. Why try to make whole server attunements? Didn't they learn from AQ? That was a pointless train wreck.

Ask a beta tester: Let's get this party started! {WoW}

Jul 28th 2008 1:20PM The quests are a lot better. In general it's still the same kill X amount of mobs, get X amount of items, but the amount is much smaller and there seems to be a real reason to be doing so. For example one of the first quests is to kill 6 crypt fiends. It's quick and easy. I think Blizzard wants you to be doing a massive amount of questing by completely filling your quest log, as opposed to the Nagrand type quests that seemed to take forever.

Oh BTW, Square Enix has 'lineup' of Xbox 360 titles {Joystiq}

May 22nd 2008 12:54AM Hopefully Square will go where the user base is. If they had as much brand loyalty as you hope they have now, they would've stayed with Nintendo after how well their games sold on the NES and SNES. Square is a company just like any other, and I'm sure if they think they could make more money with cross platform development, they'll do it. If the Japanese game market is drying up, and the American market is where the current money is, I think they'll have to start moving some of their core IP's over to the XBox 360.