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FEATURED VOXPOP oblivion437 Update: I was unfortunately not aware of Shamus Young's severe criticism of Fallout 3 available here to link in the original piece and I regret that.  It dovetails rather nicely with what I've written and it's much better executed than my piece.  I strongly recommend anyone...

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Comment by Falx. Nominated by danielrbischoff.

Is all of this social network integration going to make it easier for psychos to track down and murder people who call them names during a match?

November's Insane Release Schedule and the Industry

Comment by MrrClean.

"Are all these tightly packed new releases a mistake?"

Personally, I don't see that big name games released on the same day, or the same week, would really affect each other that much. Games like MW3 and Skyrim have had people drooling about em' for months, if not years already, as soon as people hear these games are in development, they want em. The fact that they will be released on the same day isn't really going to make a difference to the people who buy them, unless they happen to be too broke to buy both at the same time. But if they really want the games, they will still buy them, they just might wait a week, or a month, or whatever. Its not like developers don't make money on new sales outside of the first week. Good games will always attract buyers, its the sh*tty ones that get forgotten quickly. Which kind of makes me wonder how you're figuring all these games are swept under the carpet several weeks after release? Granted, I don't pay that much attention to gaming news outside of GR, but it seems to me like the big popular games are still popular and still being played months after their release dates, they just don't have the same hype because they aren't being advertised, reviewed, or talked about obsessively like they are prior to release.

But then again, I could be wrong, it happened once before...

Barrel Roll

Forum post by Lien. Nominated by De-Ting.

Step one: go to google.com
Step two: search for "Do a barrel roll"
Step three: profit

The People Speak: Please Keep Nominating!

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Nevermind that it's The People Speak and most GR staff are not considered people. ZING!

I'm still not over it

Comment by Wes. Nominated by tinymhg.

I would very much like to see Nintendo's next gen console named Wii Sorry.

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