Monthly Archives: July 2004

I’m starting to get a little worried…

About the interceptions in ESPN. The CPU is throwing INTs left and right. I read about this on a few forums before I started playing and now that I have about a dozen games under my belt, yeah, it’s without … Continue reading

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Birthday Thoughts

I often remember 1982, because I turned 11, and I was sick something awful, but at least I was able to get the Coleco version of Zaxxon for my Atari 2600 The game was ass. It made you want to … Continue reading

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Missed a DNC speech?

Was Fox News too much talk and too less speakers at the DNC? Actually, if you’re watching Fox News, you probably didn’t care anyway, but that’s another story…anyway, ITunes has most of the DNC speeches available for download — and … Continue reading

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CRAZY ESPN Game Last Night

Wow. So much for the CPU never being able to pass. I’m using a modified version of Bill Harris’ sliders, and after several games of seeing the CPU QB complete 35% of its passes, Kurt Warner and the Giants pass … Continue reading

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The most important link ever

Because we aim to please and listen to our readers (even the ones that say we are cock suckers or (gah) liberals), Dan Spezzano says you absolutely positively must check out the website for the guy game. Link: http://www.theguygame.com Oh … Continue reading

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History of Papyrus : Great Read

GameSpot’s Gord Goble has a very informative piece over at GameSpot about the history of Papyrus and their racing games. It’s a bathroom read but well worth the investment — click this link: http://www.gamespot.com/features/6103365/index.html Back in ’98 or ’99, I … Continue reading

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Two things about ESPN 2K5….

…that bug the hell out of me 1) Why can’t I see the opposing team’s player ratings during a game? Can I do this? I don’t see how. I have to look at the rosters before the game and make … Continue reading

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