By 'anonymous reader' do they mean their advertising department? How many "this game is-coming/just-came out" stories do we need on the front page?
First there was the article about some website's poorly-written preview of the "Steampunk Action-Adventure game Dishonored", and now there's this. All that's left is for Ubisoft to announce "Tim Burton Presents: Dexter vs The Joker", and Hot Topic will be forced to start stocking a video game section.
This IS the website that now posts articles simply stating that a game came out that day.
All the talk of whether or not Steampunk is total rubbish aside... is it just me or is this guy a terrible writer? Is this what passes for journalism these days?
I for one welcome our new Rubik's-cube-solving robot overlords.
They've got a lovely burial plot picked out for Steve Jobs, it's a walled garden at a premium price that only the groundskeeper is allowed to enter. You may only leave specific kinds of flowers that you purchase from the groundskeeper, and upkeep only continues until the first rain, heatwave, or below-freezing day, then he has to be reburied in a marginally nicer walled garden at a steeper price.
There are two boardgames actually, and they both have expansions.
Honestly, all opinions on the case aside, the summary seems a bit biased.
I've had this idea before. Thought that's what happened to Pluto, when I was was in 3rd grade. I don't see anyone nominating me for a Nobel prize!
"It's like bringing a longbow to a sword fight!"
Adverts for nerds, ads that advertise.
The One Millionth Observation? "What's the deal with airline food [...]" The 1,000,001st was about how women are different than men, followed by an anecdote about the Hubble, its spouse, and brushing teeth.
I don't know why comment is scored at -1, since this is the first thing I thought when I saw the story. Change a few text files and suddenly you're back in business. It's kinda sad that that's all it really takes to sidestep such a law, though, since they'd still be the exact same characters, just with a number ticked upwards by one.
Forget quantum computing... I want a dolphin-powered computer.
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