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  • 15Nov

    Cupcakes that are too awesome to eat

    This woman is amazing. Not only does she design the cutest cupcakes in the world, but these Super Mario ones are perfect for any Nintendo party. The only thing is…would you eat it? You can view more details of the cupcakes here. Hello Naomi doesn’t have instructions on how to create these works of art, but she really should start selling them online! The emote cupcakes here would make any geek melt. Follow

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  • 14Nov

    Mass Effect Collctor’s Edition comes to Canada…Eh?

    Unknown to the happy people that live south of the boarder in the grand USA, your great friends in the north have been denied the collectors edition of Mass Effect. Not only were we not getting the collectors edition, we weren’t even going to get the Bonus disk. While other countries were either getting just the CE, or the bonus disk (Europe and Australia respectfully) Let’s ignore the fact that Bioware is a homegrown Canadian company from the heart of our Big oil Province (Alberta), let’s have it so that the Collectors edition is only is the US and Europe. This ticked off a few Canadian, or made them weep with jealousy. I know my own boyfriend took off his pre-order of the game because of the unavailability of the CE. But no longer. The Collectors Edition has been spotted on sites such as bestbuy.ca and futureshop.ca ready to pre-order

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  • 14Nov

    Crunch Time

    I know it’s been a while since I’ve had any progress report on my Company of Heroes project. That’s because I didn’t have a computer, the lab hours sucked, the computer I borrowed had a slow memory leak, and I had to fix it. Now I am finally making a map in the editor. Now that I am making a map in the editor I have to get it done by Monday. Monday is Gameplay lock. [i]Gameplay lock- is when all assets related to the game has to be finished. This is including but not limited to buildings, victory points, fuel points, trees, etc. [/i] So I will be working feverishly this weekend to get the map done. Wish me luck! And now for Wednesday’s edition of the news. Follow

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  • 14Nov

    Casual Gaming news 11/14/2007

    I’m kind of in the midst of business at this moment and I wanted to stop a bit to give you the news for this week. Korea is buzzing all in my ear and the last news story I’ve posted will tell you about Korean game development studios and their projects. I’m going to skip commentary at the end of articles this week for the likely chance that some one else will comment this time. Until then enjoy: [b]PS3 “not yet ready” for casual games, says Oberon[/b]- peaking at an interactive entertainment conference, Oberon Media chairman Tal Kerret said that he doesn’t think the PlayStation 3 is ready for their casual games. The company has had some success with casual games on the Xbox 360 through Xbox Live Arcade, but has yet to deliver content for the Wii or the PlayStation 3. “Xbox was a great opportunity that they opened

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  • 13Nov

    Women with curves have a higher IQ

    Well being curvy in a city that thinks pinch-able skin is a sign of obese could finally be a good thing. According to a recent study, curves means fatty Omega 3 deposits on the hips which is supposed to not only help you have children and have a higher IQ. The study tested 16,000 women and found that the bigger the difference between the hip and waist measurements the better the test results. But don’t use this as an excuse to not exercise ever again. Researchers are quick to point out that other societal factors could be involved and that waist to hip ratio is low on men’s list of desires in a mate. Oh well, looks like I’m back to exercising on my Wii. But if you ever need a pick me up, just remember that you probably have a higher IQ than some of our less curvy counterparts.

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  • 13Nov

    Give not one, but two children laptops this holiday

    If you have some spare money this holiday season you might want to consider donating to the one laptop one child foundation. From November 12 – 26 OLPC is offering a give one get one in the United States and Canada. If you donate $399, one XO laptop will be sent to a child in a developing nation and the other will be sent to you to give to a child in your life. T-Mobile is also joining in on the donations and offering free mobile hotspot service in the US. The laptop itself is the size of a textbook and weighs three pounds. It has rubber exterior to help protect it. The laptop runs on Linux. It comes loaded with various programs and games like snake and connect four. They will also be able to see the code behind the programs and make alterations if they want. The laptops

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  • 13Nov

    finally back in business

    whew! it’s nice to be able to play again! my computer hasn’t ever been off this long i think. i just moved into a great big house, and just yesterday got my computer and everything hooked back up so i am looking forward to jumping back in and finishing some games so i can write reviews again! hope you all are well! tty soon x d edit: funny thing, not 15 minutes after i wrote that, my internet went out. grrr. Follow

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  • 08Nov

    101 Gadgets that changed the world

    With so many gadgets out now, it’s easy to forget where the gadgets all came from. Simon Usborne has written a [url=http://electronicdesign.com/news/index.cfm?AD=1&AD=1&AD=1&AD=1&action=story&story_id=111824761]great article[/url] from A to Z of the 101 gadgets that have changed our life. Some of these gadgets have had a huge impact while others you might not even think about. Of course I had to race ahead to Z, because I’m impatient like that, but in the list you can find alot of gaming references like the PC, Nintendo Gameboy, Atari and others. Perhaps Gaming has made a bigger impact in gadgets then one would think. [via popgadget] Follow

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  • 08Nov

    Video Games in the Classroom

    This is by far the most interesting concept that has spur out of my Observation days in a high school thus far. A Social Studies teacher is completing a unit on World War I and will begin World War II within a few weeks. The teacher has offered the students the opportunity to bring in a video game system and play for a bit at the beginning of the class a game that relates to either of these wars. I think this is a great way to get the students engaged in the lesson by applying it to an activity that they would enjoy. They are making video games a learning experience, and relating to kids which I think is a massive plus. I personally think this is an amazing idea for two reasons: 1) It is getting the interest of students who normally wouldn’t engage in a classroom. 2)It’s

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  • 07Nov

    Day 2 at VGXPO

    I had to be in Philadelphia by one o’clock to make the showing of the film Moral Kombat. On the train I was thinking that I might not make it in time but I did get there twenty minutes early and I was glad to be there. Everything was great until I figured out that I did not know where the conference rooms were. So after some searching I found the room but they hadn’t filled up enough and decided to postpone the show for thirty minutes. Though I was disappointed I decided that there was a lot to do in thirty minutes seeing as I was not going to be there for the final day. So I decided to go back up to the show room just to see what was up there. The room was so much more busy and crazy than it was the previous night. There

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