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April 2007 Archive

Gamespy's top 25 gaming videos
Posted on: 08:14:19 PM on April 24, 2007
By: BlueWolf72

Gamespy has a new article to definitely check out. It's their list of top 25 video game cinematic moments. You can check out the list here: http://www.gamespy.com/articles/771/771937p1.html

E3 In July
Posted on: 08:13:32 PM on April 24, 2007
By: BlueWolf72

Since E3 got pruned last year, they're down to 33 exhibitors from over 400

Huge drop in the number of participants in E3, here's the confirmed list so far: 1C Company, Activision, Akella, Atari, Atlus, Bethesda Softworks, Disney Interactive Studios, Capcom, Codemasters, Crave Entertainment, Eidos, Electronic Arts, Konami, LucasArts, Majesco, Microsoft, Midway, Namco Bandai Games, NCsoft, Nintendo, Sega, Sony Computer Entertainment, Sony Online Entertainment, Square Enix, Take-Two Interactive, THQ, Ubisoft, Vivendi Games, and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment

Blizzard and NVIDIA are among the absent list, and it seems only two independant developers will be present, iD software and Foundation 9. The guest list has also been scaled back... from around 60,000 to about 4000.

E3 runs from July 11-13. I'm not sure how the smaller numbers will affect the goings on, but it will be interesting to read the comments on it from those invited as well as those involved in hosting E3.

Mod Files To Make Mods
Posted on: 01:41:19 PM on April 20, 2007
By: BlueWolf72

# The promised Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars World Builder is now available, offering the chance to create custom content for the RTS sequel. The download is available from EA (direct link) and mirrored on FileShack
# The Elder Scrolls Construction Set version 1.2.404 is now available.

Check out the thread I started at modDB.com

Infernal Demo
Posted on: 07:11:03 PM on April 19, 2007
By: BlueWolf72

Infernal Demo

Join Hell's forces in this 3rd Person Shooter set in a stunning contemporary world torn apart by Good and Evil. Enter a captivating journey that will send you from mountain hideouts and oil refineries to harbor docks and ancient monastery catacombs. As one of the most graphically advanced PC games, Infernal offers total balls-out gunplay for all Shooter fans.

Try the demo now for free!

Important Information
Posted on: 10:01:16 AM on April 15, 2007
By: BlueWolf72


The subscription programming plan has been put on hold again. A disaster is about to happen.

I pay license fees for the music. At the moment, the fees that go to ASCAP and BMI are fine. However, the fees for the use of the records and cds and the artists are about to go up. BIG TIME!!!

Go to saveinternetradio.org for more information. Please write to your representatives to block these horrendous rates from going into effect.

Thank you,

Manhunt 2 Update
Posted on: 10:08:49 AM on April 14, 2007
By: BlueWolf72

Rockstar just released some new images and a trailer for Manhunt 2. The trailer basically shows nothing

Lord Of The Rings Online Open Beta Begins
Posted on: 04:09:53 PM on April 8, 2007
By: BlueWolf72

Turbine's upcoming fantasy MMO Lord Of The Rings Online is now officially in the home stretch with the launch of their "World Tour", their term for the open beta that will allow anyone to play the game for free until its official launch on April 24. People can have characters in the beta and move them over to the final version of the game when it launches. Characters can only go up to level 15 while playing in the open beta. As we have previously reported, the game will have a monthly fee of $14.99 but people who pre-order the game have the option of either a $9.99 per month rate or a one time purchase of $199.99 which will allow them to play the game without any monthly fees.

Saboteur Site Opens
Posted on: 04:09:10 PM on April 8, 2007
By: BlueWolf72

Pandemic Studios has launched their Flash based teaser web site for their recently revealed WWII open world action game Saboteur. The teaser site is pretty bare bones at the moment, showing some pictures, low res screenshots and concept artwork for the game.

25,000 Video Games
Posted on: 04:02:27 PM on April 8, 2007
By: BlueWolf72

Stanford's Silicon Valley Archives is currently undertaking a major project to archive over 25,000 video games that was given to them by the family of deceased collector Stephen Cabernetti. About 80% of the games given are still in their original shrink wrap!

Check out the video of the curator of the archive talking about the gift.

Upload Your Face Picture
Posted on: 02:14:37 PM on April 8, 2007
By: BlueWolf72

Face Transformer Image Upload

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