Monthly Archives: June 2007

Finally Friday!

Lots of news today, so I’ll get right to it: 1. Thanks to Bill Harris for letting the world know a patch has finally been released for MLB2K7 for the 360. Now we know where Ben Brinkman has been all … Continue reading

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Rejoice!

1. The Spice Girls are reuniting! Tell me what you want, what you really really want! 2. If you saw Rescue Me last night, you know what the big thing is (I won’t ruin it); as much as I love … Continue reading

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Thursday thoughts.

So, after playing pretty badly my last two times in goal, I managed to put together a pretty impressive game last night. Got beat on a couple really nice shots, but also made a few saves that I could actually … Continue reading

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Cracked LCD

Today we launched our weekly board gaming column at GameShark: Michael Barnes’ Cracked LCD. This first column is just an intro type thing. If you are at all into this side of the gaming hobby, or are thinking about jumping … Continue reading

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Is Yaris cheating on me?

Last night I got a call from my favorite whore, Yaris from Gamestop. She calls my house a lot, but never hangs up without leaving a message. I preorder so many games that it’s a running joke at my house. … Continue reading

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Interesting…

1. So, EA has put out the info that Madden and NBA Live will both be online titles on the Wii, 1 vs. 1 and 2 vs. 2 online… but Tiger Woods will not be… Huh? Oh, well. 2. Tecmo … Continue reading

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And then…depression

Catan on XBL is wonderful. It’s a fantastic adaptation of the boardgame. At least that’s what I thought until getting schooled in last night’s game with Todd and the bastard AI. We both lost to “Shaka” and then Todd won … Continue reading

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