The Top 7... things ODST does better than Halo 3
- The newest Halo game may’ve scored significantly lower
than the rest of the series, but Charlie Barratt highlights the smaller ways that ODST outclasses its predecessors.
PSPgo is here! - A sticker price that rivals a new 120GB PS3, no support for your old UMD collection, lengthy install times, downloadable mini games that cost twice as much as they do on an iPhone, and many other reasons why you need to buy a PSPgo TODAY!
Super Street Fighter IV announced - And we’re surprisingly okay with it.
Gran Turismo PSP - One of this week’s more notable releases kicks off a discussion on racing games old and new.
Win Trick ‘r Treat - Click here to find out how your most embarrassing Halloween costume could win you the latest from the writer of X2 and Superman Returns
Win Superman/Batman: Public Enemies - Who would win in a fight between Bats and Supes? Find a way to convince us and you could win a copy of the latest animated film from DC!
In the office
Above: Tyler Wilde consumes way too much of the Modern Warfare 2 energy drink
Above: The office’s most adept racist tackles the vehicular onslaught found in Forza Motorsport 3, and is sorely in need of a neck trim
Above: And Mikel… was in Hawaii?! Dick
In the community
Above: Today’s front page pano art was brought to you by Aeshir. Nice work!
Aboves: Joe Masturbaby Pokefies Cheryll… man, that sounds filthy
Above: graboids transferred our visages onto the mightiest of Mighty Muggs. Seriously, these could sell dozens!
Above: TheHamburglarTouchedMe gives Kal-El the Mega Man 9 treatment
Above: For our Describe Supernatural Contest, mufasa95 created a show about an orphaned Costa Rican cab driver starring James Earl Jones?
Above: Ending last week’s Disney-centricity, we asked you to tell us your favorite animated movie. rafa-slash submitted this picture - can you guess what film it’s from?
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THE INFO BOX
Post date: October 2, 2009
T-Dar 71 length: 2:46:30
Intro song by: Anamanaguchi
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