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  • 24Jul

    Blood Angels Episode 4.5: OMGodric and Comic Con

    We are back this week to discuss Season 4, episode 5 of True Blood. We discuss Tommy’s big mistake, a ghost in Arlene’s house, Eric/Sookie/Godric/dream/OMG, Jason/Jessica/Hoyt, Pam’s poor face, Lafayette and Jesus’ trip, Tara’s tangled web of lies, Marnie’s connection to the dead and Alcide’s wolf pack troubles. We also discuss details from the True Blood panel at Comic Con 2011. Watch the panel for yourself here if you’ve missed it. Listen for all that and more in this week’s episode. Question of the week: What would you have asked at the Comic Con panel if you were there? Let us know in the comments section. The podcast is now available in iTunes. Just click the link below to subscribe. Contact us with any questions or comments below and follow us on Twitter at @BloodAngelsCast. Direct Download Follow

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  • 24Jul

    Send Your Controller to Evil Controller for a Facelift!

    Gamers have been asking for it, and now Evil Controller is answering the call. Evil Controller is now offering modification service for you old XBox 360 controllers. You can have your older controllers upgraded by the experts at Evil controller with many of the mods that are available.  What can these modification can include? Well it can include many of the wonderful features that you pay for when you buy a newly crafted controller from Evil Controller; Customized shells, thumb sticks, mods, d-pad, custom buttons, bottom trim, triggers, and bumper.Let’s  not forget the mods the main feature for any Evil Controller. This includes the Rapid Fire, Auto Burst, and Adjustable Fast Reload mods to name a few. The beginning price of these wonderful facelift really depends on what you have done to the controller. The shells begin at 10.00, the mods begin at 39.99, the ring of light mods is 10.00,

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  • 24Jul

    A Taste of Casual Connect – Seattle 2011

    Impressions In the beginning of the day, Things were a little overwhelming. Attendance was definitely up at Casual Connect this year. But, while pushing through the clusters of people, an overwhelming sense of familiarity took over. It kind of felt like coming home. Though this year, I took a little different strategy to my single day of attendance. I wanted to listen to some panels and see where things sat in the industry instead of trying to meet with a bunch of people singularly. I think this worked out well, and I am anxious to share what I heard, including some of the psychology behind game development, the subtle ways they keep free social games free, and the quality and quantity of social behavior in so called social games. I did meet with a couple of people singularly and am happy with what I learned. Whereas in previous years, it

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