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on: May 14, 2005, 11:14:16 PM

What are you looking forward too? What are you dreading? And share any good sites you know for news and views on the subject.

Looking forward too:
Tabula Rasa, and just about everything from NCsoft
Nintendo on the GBA successor
Hellgate: London
Comparing/Contrasting PS3/Revolution/Xbox 360

Dreading news from:
Nintendo on the DS
Anything Square-Enix

Sites I read:

Immaginative Immersion Games  ... These are your role playing games, adventure games, the same escapist pleasure that we get from films and page-turner novels and schizophrenia. - David Wong at PointlessWasteOfTime.com
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Reply #1 on: May 14, 2005, 11:20:24 PM

Looking forward to:
Nothing. Tech demos don't mean shit when it comes to the final product. Whores.
Well...nothing besides the near guaranteed announcement of the American PSP web services.

Not getting free swag. It's really the only reason to go. And fluffer interviews. I wish I had a hot fluffer.
Nintendo screwing the pooch. Again.

Sites I read:
Terracotta Army
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Reply #2 on: May 15, 2005, 05:27:45 AM

I don't really care about the games, but I want a full swag report. I need to know how much effort I should put into getting the $3K from my editor to go next year...

I would like to discuss this more with you, but I'm not allowed to post in Politics anymore.

Jain Zar
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Reply #3 on: May 15, 2005, 05:00:32 PM

Im not really looking forward to anything anymore.  I just wait till stuff comes out then hope some general gamer fansites say its a good game. 

Im dreading anything on the DS as well since it will probably be more games that won't be out for months on end and probably 6 months later than scheduled anyhow. 
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sentient yeast infection

Reply #4 on: May 16, 2005, 11:42:47 AM

Looking forward to:
The Movies
Black and White 2

The above games ending up crappy despite their apparent promise.

Sites I read:
Penny Arcade

"I have not actually recommended many games, and I'll go on the record here saying my track record is probably best in the industry." - schild
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Reply #5 on: May 16, 2005, 11:44:57 AM

Christfuck. I forgot Spore and The Movies. I'm such a douchebag. YES more of those two please.
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l33t kiddie

Reply #6 on: May 17, 2005, 12:31:25 PM

Looking forward to:

Conan info (gah damn you fanboi gene!)

Auto Assault (how shiney will the shiney be?)

Tabula Rasa (more sci-fi less fantasy perty please)

Korean mmog's I've never heard of and prob will not even get in Engrish

Hellgate: London (WHAT IS THE COMBAT SYSTEM!?!?!??)

Anything Tribes/Starsiege related

Warhammer mmog info (Gamesworkshop has the money do they still have any world-making talent?)

Any rpg w/ fps elements that I dont know about

Places I get info:
I'll watch some of G4's coverage
« Last Edit: May 17, 2005, 12:46:32 PM by Hoax »

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