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Re:No money  *Friday December 17, 2010 @02:10PM  2
   attached to Unreal Tournament 3 For Linux Is Officially Dead
Re:A ourney of a Thousand Miles...  *Friday November 05, 2010 @03:05PM  1
   attached to iFixit Tears Down Microsoft's Kinect For Xbox 360
Forgot to mention:  *Thursday July 22, 2010 @11:21PM  1
   attached to Open-source game Frogatto released for free
Re:There is another model out there that fits this  *Friday July 16, 2010 @06:12PM  1
   attached to DRM vs. Unfinished Games
Re:Well, I can attest to the losses  *Wednesday May 05, 2010 @03:20PM  1
   attached to One Year Later, USPS Looks Into Gamefly Complaint
Re:This is a real problem  *Wednesday January 27, 2010 @02:04AM  1
   attached to Game Distribution Platforms Becoming Annoyingly Common
Re:cops  *Wednesday September 23, 2009 @09:15PM  1
   attached to Cops Play Wii During Undercover Drug Raid
I can't believe they are doing this...  *Wednesday September 02, 2009 @01:12AM  1
   attached to Sony and Nintendo Step Up Anti-Piracy Efforts
Re:Obligatory  *Thursday August 20, 2009 @01:32PM  1
   attached to The Problems With Porting Games
Re:BFD  *Sunday August 02, 2009 @04:33PM  1
   attached to Games Fail To Portray Gender and Ethnic Diversity
Re:really?  *Thursday July 09, 2009 @06:26PM  1
   attached to NASA Uses AI Customer Service Robot In Second Life
Re:I hope this succeeds  *Saturday July 04, 2009 @10:51PM  1
Re:I hope this succeeds  *Saturday July 04, 2009 @10:04PM 2 1
Re:I hope this succeeds  *Saturday July 04, 2009 @07:10PM 1 1
   attached to Game Companies Intrigued By 3D Tech
Re:I know what's gonna happen now  *Tuesday June 09, 2009 @01:25AM  1
   attached to Japanese ESRB Bans Rape Depiction In Games
Re:Ridiculous?   *Saturday April 04, 2009 @08:07PM  1
   attached to Quebec Says 'Non' To English-Only Video Games

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