Monthly Archives: September 2004

Defining Surreal..oh and some Madden stuff

Last Sunday night I was flipping back and forth between the USC/Stanford game (damn it Cardinal) and the 2000 Presidential Debate on CSPAN. I had no idea they were replaying that but I stumbled on it while surfing during halftime. … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for Football

Well, I just read the Boston Globe this morning, it says: “Sunday’s NFL TV lineup leads off with Patriots-Bills (Channel 4, 1 p.m., available in high definition). CBS follows with Jets-Dolphins (Channel 4, 4 p.m., also in HD), and Fox … Continue reading

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Fun With Amazon

I needed a new power shovel for my deck as snow should be arriving any moment. Of course, like flip flop Kerry, it seems to be summer now that it’s fall, although we really didn’t have a summer. Anyway, I … Continue reading

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ESPN NBA 2K5 ships tomorrow

Sega has said to EA, it’s on bitch. After EA knocked the price down from $49.99 to $39.99 and bumped the release date to 10/5, the same day as ESPN NBA 2K5, Sega goes one further and releases it tomorrow … Continue reading

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Monday Musings

First off, for those of you looking for weird Japanese non-sports games that involve rolling clumps over everything, check out my review of Katamari Damacy over at GameRankings. I did lose my first league game over the weekend, which kinda … Continue reading

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Huge Deal on Burnout 3 for PS2

PlayStation.com has Burnout 3 for the PlayStation 2 for $21.33. That’s right, twenty-one f’n dollars. Pick this one up NOW. It’s worth it at $40, let alone $21!

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Follow up to Bill and the Mailbag

I’d like to also throw in my two cents about reviews and payola. The same thing happened to me for the PC Gamer gig. The sports editor then, a guy named Rob Smolka, had read my newsgroup posts and work … Continue reading

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