Nov 11th 2010 12:56PM This might be the only Philippe Starck designed product which actually _works_ for its intended purpose.
Oct 26th 2010 8:35AM Directly below the first 3 lines, I'd paste a response "But it is DELICIOUS!"
Sep 15th 2010 3:05PM YEAAAAAAAH!!!!
Man I loved my Newton.
May 13th 2010 1:56PM As a newton user for years this ad made me smile :)
Apr 20th 2010 6:16PM It's the Batmobile!
Mar 10th 2010 5:22AM I can understand where Shadowfax is coming from (although I wonder how he types with hooves).
Europa Universalis is a far deeper civilization-sim but CIV has never really been that militarily strategic (build doom stack, move stack).
However I'm optimistic about the hex-based army formations - doom stacks suck!
We might actually see some military strategy in a CIV game and because of that, Shadowfax is perfectly right to bring up the Total War series - it's not really a fair comparison with CIV's past but it may very well be the sort of game he was looking for.
Mar 9th 2010 9:04PM Speaking as a Unity Developer I love the suite.
It takes a while to learn the tips and tricks to optimise as heavily as you'd like but the community's great.
Feb 3rd 2010 5:45AM I agree! Now they Joystiq mentions it, Segata Sanshiro totally deserves a place.
He'd just run alongside the cars :)
Sep 1st 2009 10:10AM The last phase of that blasted b***h-wasp fight haunted my nightmares.
Jun 11th 2009 5:57AM Nice to see there's a lifeline for those of us who love Quicksilver but are afraid for its long-term future.
At the moment, GQS isn't really powerful enough so I'll stick to Quicksilver but it's still early days.
GQS is missing things like setting up your own separate key-commands for opening pre-defined searches.
For instance I use CTRL-OPT-S to Search iTunes by track name and then my default action is "Play Next in PartyShuffle/iTunesDJ" making it really easy to queue up music.