Monthly Archives: January 2008

Pro Yakyuu Spirits 5 site is up

Here’s the link to the PS3 page. 18 new screenshots.   I’m totally out of practice on trying to translate Kanji, so I’ll leave the translation up to the experts again. 2 long months until it comes out…. Advertisements

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Movie time Thursday

Ok, the movies weren’t watched on Thursday… but still. I had a chance to watch Jet Li’s Fearless last night via a Netflix rental and have to say that I came away very impressed by it.  The martial arts sequences … Continue reading

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PS3 or PC Owners, don’t forget to join our folding team

Hey don’t forget to join our Folding@home team and maybe help cure a disease or two. As you can see from this webpage, we’re among the top 2,000 groups, so just 3-4 more PS3 owners that join can help us … Continue reading

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Thursday notes

– Well, EA seems happy to ‘arcadify’ (to coin a new term) their boxing genre. Witness the birth of Facebreaker. I was speaking with Dan about this earlier today… and neither of us can seem to understand why they wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Hump Day Fun

I’ve been so busy, I forgot to blog! Can you believe it. 1. Make sure you check out the MLB The Show weekly update. This is very, very good stuff and I’m drooling. I mean sure it’s no “move the … Continue reading

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New MLB08: The Show blog update

– New Pitcher/Batter Analysis screens and information.  This really reminds me of some of the things that Pro Baseball Spirits has been doing… that’s a VERY good thing to see. They look like they’ve added some sensational statistics this year.  … Continue reading

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Late Tuesday night notes

– I stopped in at Best Buy at lunch today to pick up Zack and Wiki for the Wii (Terrific game thus far) and noticed that they had Wii consoles in stock.  There was another customer standing next to me … Continue reading

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