Monthly Archives: August 2006

Sign up for Gamefly, get me a DS Lite

Hey, Gamefly has a new referral program, get 5 people to sign up, they’ll give you a DS Lite. You have to be a paying subscriber, no free trial stuff, but hey, I might as well post a link and … Continue reading

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So That's What the Fuss is About

While attending a live fantasy football draft on Sunday (I’m an expansion team in a keeper league, so it wasn’t pretty for me), I got my first indoctrination into the much beloved world of Guitar Hero. I’ve read more praise … Continue reading

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Links 2004 elicits WTF from me

I filed a support ticket with Microsoft. I had purchased the two premium courses on my original Xbox for $4.99 each for Links 2004. Apparently when I convert to the 360, I have to re-buy those courses?? WTF!!! Looks good … Continue reading

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New Backward Compat Update

Major Nelson has posted a new backcomp update. Yay! Burnout 3 Takedown! And all of you dying to play All Star Baseball 2003 will be thrilled too. Full list is here. I am happy about Links. It’s still one of … Continue reading

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Madden's Franchise Mode

(This post relates specifically to Madden PC and Xbox since I haven’t played the 360 version yet) Remember back when Madden went head to head with NFL 2K? Specifically NFL 2K4 and 2K5? Remember what the universal mantra was? NFL … Continue reading

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Tourney Update

The NCAA 360 tourney is chugging along as we are almost done with round two. Get those games in, guys. (Yes, I am fully aware that Dan has not played his next game..and that I haven’t either..) And for the … Continue reading

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I think it’s fantastic that the guy who wrote “why videogame journalism sucks” put together a review of Madden 07 X360 that’s full of run on sentences, incomplete thoughts and starts a sentence with a preposition. Other than that, it’s … Continue reading

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