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  • 30Jul

    BlogHer 2007 Conference

    I was priveledged over this past weekend (July 27th & 28th) to attend the BlogHer Conference virtually in Second Life. The BlogHer Conference (one of the largest conferences for women in the US) took place at Chicago’s Navy Pier over the weekend in the Real World. For people that couldn’t attend in Chicago, the Second Life was made available courtesy of the conference center at Hyperstring.net Island and Queen Tureaud (in SL) from the

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  • 26Jul

    God of War PSP

    Have you seen this fantastic PSP mod? It’s a PSP done in true God of War fashion, in anticipation for [i]Chains of Olympus[/i]. The PSP is now up for bid on [url=http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=003&sspagename=STRK%3AMESE%3AIT&viewitem=&item=130136837678&rd=1&rd=1]eBay[/url] for interested parties. And one of the best parts about the sale is the 15% of the final sale will be donated to [url=http://www.childsplaycharity.com/]Childs Play Charity[/url]. As of writing this the bid is currently at $1,275 (US). Bidding ends the 29th. Via [url=http://www.pspfanboy.com/2007/07/24/one-of-a-kind-god-of-war-modded-psp-on-sale/]PSP Fanboy[/url]. Follow

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  • 26Jul

    Second Life Bans Gambling

    In a recent blog post on the Second Life website, Linden Labs have announced that they are banning gambling within SL. To this very casual SLer, I can’t say this is a surprise. With Canadian and American goverments cracking down on online gambling, it’s not such a stretch to see it shut down in SL. Linden dollars are bought and sold for real world money, which makes it no different from regular gambling sites. It seems there’s going to be a lot of dissent on this announcement, especially since a lot of SL users are not located in the United States, and it can seem unfair to have their fun shut-down because of a US law. But, according to Linden Labs, they have always tried to make sure that Second Life and it’s residents adhere to real world laws. I know that gambling, especially slot machines, have been big since

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  • 26Jul

    For the Gamers

    On July 29th Circuit City is launching a new membership program dedicated solely to Gamers. This new VIP membership entitled, City Gamers, looks like it is going to be a great thing for gamers to take advantage of. For 19.99 a year Circuit City will give you a VIP membership card that entitles you to 10% off of games (yes, this is including new releases), game accessories, PC games and strategy guides. I think that there’s actually going to be a special promo the week it comes out and you can actually get this free for a year with the purchase of any console @ CC. Check it out..visit your local circuit city and ask about it. =D Should be pretty sweet. Follow

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  • 26Jul

    City Of Heroes: Issue 10 The Rikti Invasion

    [img]http://www.cityofheroes.com/images/issue10/main_img.jpg[/img] It’s here, the much anticipated release of Issue 10: The Rikti Invasion which allows COHers to actually engulf themselves into the foundation of what City of Heroes was built upon. ((Courtesy of [url=http://www.cityofheroes.com/game_update10.html]COH NCSOFT[/url] )) Those are just a few details of what’s in store for heroes and villains alike during this most recent patch update. Below are my personal opinions on the very abrupt release of this game. [img]http://www.cityofheroes.com/images/issue10/screen_invasion_07.jpg[/img] Alerts light up in bright red in your chat box of your screen: ALERT Galaxy City is under attack by incoming Rikti Invasion. All citizens are to remain inside and take cover quickly!!!! This is it…This is your chance to answer the call and really delve into what it’s like to be a Hero! But what they didn’t warn you about isn’t the threat you’ll take on from the Rikti. No my friend, there is a much greater threat

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  • 25Jul

    The Microsoft Invasion: Hitler Style **Adult**

    ***WARNING*** This blog consists of very strong and disturbing language, any and all children/minors should refrain from going any further. Thank you. Written by SeoulReaver [youtube]kYvZnTFpip0[/youtube] Follow

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  • 25Jul

    Space Invaders come to your clothes!!

    Check out the awesome [url=http://www.thecoolhunter.net/fashion/Space-Invader-Hoodies/]Space Invader Hoodies[/url]!! [url=http://www.thecoolhunter.net]The Cool Hunter[/url] website is gearing up for their online store, and as an initial product I think these hoodies are a fantastic way to get people interested. Unfortunately, the $150 (US) price tag is pretty high for a hoodie, but what a way to show your retro gaming chic. Follow

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  • 25Jul

    The plot thickens…

    It is a wonder how fast a bit of juicy word flies in the world of gaming. Mouths are dropping and fingers are twitching as the rumor mill rolls around…and around. Will Microsoft drop the price of the Xbox 360? Reports have been flying around that Microsoft is about to drop the 360’s price down by $50. Is that a bargain…I’m not sure, seeing as how Sony dropped the PS3 price down by $100. Altho it still would be cheaper than Sony’s price…who knows, I guess we’ll see. Some people believe it is the result of a lack of sales and the $1.9 billion dollar loss that Microsoft has undergone this past year on 360 sales, some believe that it is an attempt to promote sales in a slow buying season, others believe that it is due to fact that main competitor Sony dropped the price of it’s next-gen console.

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  • 24Jul

    Video Games – Art or Not?

    In a recent commentary on his website , famed American movie critic, Roger Ebert, responded to some comments made by horror author and game creator, Clive Barker at the Hollywood and Games Summit. Barker was responding to comments made by Ebert in 2005 when he said that video games should not be considered art. You can see Barker’s comments at the Summit at Games Industry. As and artist and a gamer, I struggle with what camp I’m in in this debate. At my very core, both games and art have a very deep foothold, and the thought that games can’t be art definitely strikes a bad chord with me. If I were to think of games solely as an art form, I might have to agree with Ebert, whom I doubt has spent much time (if ever) gaming. By their very nature, where the player controls the actions of the

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  • 24Jul

    A little taste of heaven…

    Due out early this September (hopefully!) Heavenly Sword is fast becoming one of this years most anticipated and most talked about games to take a journey onto the PlayStation 3 (aside from a few others of course). I’m pretty psyched about this game & actually [b]really[/b] psyched to see a female kicking some major bootay. What I’ve understood so far of the storyline makes for one kick arse plot of revenge that invloves twisting, turning, & one deadly yet heavenly sword that when weilded by a mortal is both lethal to enemies and life-sucking to the weilder. Not to mention that it is going to be LOADS of fun to be able to control weapons with the SIXAXIS tilt. And it just warms my heart how she has been labeled the [b]Goddess[/b] of War. Super strong hero/heroine screaming with rage, tragic story, a riveting revenge plot – yum gotta love

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