Monthly Archives: December 2006

Day After Christmas

Good to see Bill is alive. Was wondering about that. For those looking to use Target Gift Cards, NFS Carbon, Marvel Ultimate Alliance and a little known game called Gears of War are $39 each for the 360, and PS3. … Continue reading

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Post Christmas Wrap Up

I hope everyone had a fun, safe holiday. With a six-year old in the house, it just doesn’t get any better. This year’s stand-out gifts: A robot! That cleans the house! I have a robot! A new coffee maker! (much … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays

Well the presents are opened, and I’m downlading TG 16 R-Type at the moment. Yeah, retro gaming! Hope you got everything you wanted, and if not there’s always returns tomorrow! PS I finally got around to editing the template to … Continue reading

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GT HD Concept

Okay, being a graphics whore…once I downloaded GT Concept, and turned it on, I thought immediately “This is why I bought a PS3.” Jonah left a comment from a newsgrouper..and all I can think of WTF..the graphics on this are … Continue reading

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Twenty-Seven Years ago today

I had my first taste of videogaming. This was the day we opened our Atari 2600. I think I’ve put this story up before, so it’s kind of like a holiday tradition. I was 8. In addition to the 2600 … Continue reading

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PS3 GT HD — anyone get it?

The Playstation network seems to have crashed and I can’t download it. Can you ? Post here. I’m getting 80710D23 error code. Sony’s site doesn’t talk about it, I think they expect you to get excited that you can try … Continue reading

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Twas The Night Before Christmas

I’m sure everyone is out and about for the holidays…just checking in and saying hello. Thank goodness the Pats won. Regarding the Olevia TV, the picture is very good but the audio blows chunks. Thanks to some Amazon reviewers, it … Continue reading

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