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Jing Pro giveaway {Download Squad}

Nov 23rd 2010 10:44PM Jing is fantastic. I use it for work all the time :)

Jing Pro giveaway {Download Squad}

Nov 23rd 2010 10:44PM Jing is fantatic. I use it for work all the time :)

Claptrap yuks it up in Borderlands GOTY trailer {Joystiq}

Oct 15th 2010 3:40PM If any of you haven't seen the first 3 webisodes with this guy...they're just as, if not more f**k!ng HILARIOUS!

Ep 1:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BK4SJHK6eXE

Ep 2:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vj869a_SIGA

Ep 3:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fubdz7w2vA

Review: Bayonetta {Joystiq}

Jan 7th 2010 8:44PM Based on the IGN review, the 360 version is superior:

http://ps3.ign.com/articles/105/1057012p1.html

"The PS3 version has a lot of problems, primary among them being the excessive slowdown and loading. During certain scenes of high action, Bayonetta can slow down dramatically, enough to affect the gameplay experience. I can usually tolerate that sort of issue to an extent, but the loading problems are simply unacceptable.

This game loads all the time. When the player pauses the game during combat or a cutscene, there's noticeable loading before the pause menu is displayed. There's loading when you pick up an item and there's loading as you scroll through menus. There's even an obnoxious load time just to view a list of save files. For a game that's supposed to emphasize quick action and style, these loads are almost deal-breakers."

They scored the 360 version 9.5, compared to an 8.2 on the PS3.

The great Google Wave invite giveaway! {Download Squad}

Oct 31st 2009 1:56PM Wave Invites? Sweeeeeeeet!

Intel's SSD Toolbox, firmware update promise boost in performance {Engadget}

Oct 26th 2009 8:50PM Beware - This update bricked my drive. I have posted the below @ the Intel forums...hoping for some sort of resolution soon:

I am experiencing the same behavior as the OP. I ran the firmware update and it reported success. I rebooted, Windows7 installed some drivers, and requested to reboot, which I did. When I reboot, the computer will POST, but then I am presented with a screen that reads the following:

A disk read error has occurred. Press CTRL-ALT-DELETE to reboot.

This is an 80GB X25-M G2 on a Gateway laptop (P-6860FX). The drive had been running Windows 7 Professional x64 since last Friday without issue. When I disconnect the SSD, I am at least able to boot into my old Vista drive.

http://communities.intel.com/message/71375

Video: Joystiq unboxes the PS3 Slim {Joystiq}

Aug 19th 2009 1:47PM So no power brick? Sweet!

Rock Band Weekly: Foo Fighters, Blur, Dropkick Murphys, Blind Melon {Joystiq}

Aug 14th 2009 3:38PM Blind Melon, Eve 6, and the Dropkick Murphys?! SWEET!

BlizzCon Pro Tip: Setup your Battle.net account now {WoW}

May 15th 2009 2:21PM How will it work for people who want to buy only the online stream? Do you need to buy tickets in addition to that, or can you order the stream only?

I would really like to see most of the show + the goodie bag but can't really afford to get tickets and fly cross country.

Does anyone know how this will work?