Coming to NBC next fall: Nurse Baby
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The jellyfish have continued their encroach. They worked their way through the sewer system en masse and before we knew it we were overrun. They squished through pipes, came up toilets, clogged the treatment plants, and flooded the streets out of the manholes. Our time is over. Our resilience doesn't rate. The jellies are immortal and indomitable.
Tell my wife and son I love them.
Here's last week's post. Let's begin anew.
Why Titanfall won't be my next big gaming obsession - Brett Makedonski
Last week, Hamza "Muscle Milk" Aziz explained why Titanfall would be his next gaming obsession. Brett "Tender Lovin'" Makedonski thought it would be wise to tell his boss why he's wrong and how Titanfall totally sucks (for him).
Very Quick Tips for the Titanfall beta - Chris Carter
Maybe Brett didn't convince you Titanfall sucks. But maybe you suck at it. Chris "John Travolta" Carter can fix you.
've been playing a ton of the Titanfall beta, and I think I've started to get a handle on how things work as both a pilot and a Titan. Since a lot of readers out there have asked for a collection of tips to help them skyrocket to the top of the leaderboards, here's a quick guide on how to kick ass and fall some Titans.
Media Molecule on the challenges of making Tearaway - Dale North
If you didn't buy Tearaway, you're a tearable person. Seriously. It is the best game I played last year. And no one bought it. Anyway, Dale "Nurse Doctor" North interviewed its lead, Rex Crowle. Go read. Then buy Tearaway if you haven't.
The Order: 1886: Gritty, cinematic eye candy - Dale North
Ready at Dawn impressed me with how under wraps it kept The Order: 1886. They've finally showed off a bit of it and Dale "Puma Thrower" North was there to tell you all about it. It's filmic and cover-based third-person shooter-y. Next gen!
Chroma: A musical first-person shooter from Harmonix -- Dale North
Harmonix, makers of Rock Band, is making a new game. It's a free-to-play first-person shooter that is music based. "What?" is right. Let Dale "Circular Incision" North explain.
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