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Posted on Monday, October 8 @ 20:38:16 PST by Duke_Ferris
Today is Columbus Day here in the U.S., a national holiday, which can be politically sensitive.  But I just want to know: why am I still at work?

So just a quick post today, talking about video and luck. Two big titles, Skate from EA and Halo 3 from... oh I forget, some little tiny company... have recording built right into their game.

This means at any point you can stop, say "whoa that's cool"< and then easily change the camera angles and share it with the world. I'm really looking forward to this, and not just because it's going to make machinima better (in most cases you couldn't make machinima much worse).

Well edited, championship Halo 3 matches will actually become entertaining, for example. And when the unlikely occurs, as seen here, we all get to have a good laugh.

The first video embedded here shows what must be the world's luckiest grenade throw, and the second via this link, is an awesomely unlikely crash in Skate.

I think a ton of good stuff will be coming (plus plenty of garbage).



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