Hmm, I like the "Pages" part, but I don't like the "ads" part. Lets compromise: No pages, no ads. Great!
It must truly depend on the game. In FIFA 09 you can surely go for a sandwich before issuing that free-kick? Or get some chips in half-time? In other games this often isn't the case. After playing some World of Warcraft one could be starving, yet go on for another hour easily.
Congrats Kirk and congrats me! XD
Yes, but OnLive could surely use a lot of more servers (world wide). I tried some demos, with a 100/100mbit optical fibre connection over here in Sweden the latency was unbearable, not to be unexpected as they only have servers situated in the U.S. amirite?
Magicka is a new adventure game that is quite original. If you don't know what it is, check the video "WTF is Magicka?" by Totalbiscuit/Halibut(?) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_XP9OBWGKo The only negative thing right now is that there are quite a few bugs in the game, but the devs are on it.
Nothing wrong with the looks per-say (as others have said, too much spaces... of whiteness... whitespaces, yeah), but it's definitely sluggish. It's choppy to browse comments, and I'm on my stationary gaming PC running Chrome!
They don't even have to reject it, they can just set the retail price to $2,000,000,000. Granted, it wouldn't sell, but still.
Is it just me, or did this link to pixelated nudity get slashdotted much faster than the usual links?
Sometimes, drinking coffee and looking at pretty pictures all day can get awfully boring!
They sure worked on me. I wanna be either a sci-fi actor or a scientist.
Or you could have 1 universal adapter with all those ports connected to a single Light Peak port.
There's only one way to find out. We have to predict a solar flare, and travel through the gate at that exact time in order to go back 6000 years in time.
Anonymous writes: How can I tell my future employer that I have an excellent ability to work in a team but can also handle individual stress exceedingly easy thanks to my 7 years of playing Counter-Strike, without mentioning the game part? I've seen articles talk about how organizing a successful World of Warcraft guild can develop great leadership abilities, but how do you actually put it in your letter or CV?