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Posted on Thursday, November 1 @ 18:13:32 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Or, the episode in which our hero shows up for work despite a nasty hangover. Damn those free shots.

The Halloween party for Hellgate: London was apparently the hottest ticket in San Francisco. Who knew?

At midnight people were still lined up around the block waiting to get in. Like a trendy New York club, the bouncers were seeding the club with attractive women in sexy costumes. Not being a hot girl myself, I was fortunate enough to be on the VIP list, or I would have never gotten in.

Regardless, my Parappa costume was a big hit, and when I got home, my front porch was under siege by little zombies.

However, hangovers make me cranky, and I'm going to take in out on a defenseless, crappy product in today's product-a-day.

I gave a thumbs-up to the Splitfish FragFX, but their MotionFX ($20) gets a big thumbs down. This gizmo snaps onto your old PS2 dual-shock and adds the tilt functionality of the Sixaxis.

Poor man's PS3? Not really. The problem is that no PS2 games are designed to use motion, and thus, don't use it well. Ever wish you could run your QB around in Madden by tilting the controller? No, you haven't. Plus the thing adds a second long cable running to your PS2.

I am feeding it to the attacking zombies from my porch.


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