The Daily Hotness 07/02/08

I wasn’t home all day today so I have no opinion on any of today’s stories. So instead, let me tell you about my day in San Francisco.

One-third of the population there is crazy. Dyson and I came across a hobo that spoke the language of the Sims in the morning. Then a guy in his 40s got on the bus with an electric keyboard and played children songs like “Mary Had a Little Lamb” for the bus driver as I was heading to the train. Finally, as I was making my way to the train, a hobo was holding a sign that said “Need money for Viagra”. Every time I go into San Francisco to preview games, stuff like this always happens. Awesome, right?

So, yeah, stuff happened today. Except for the Eternity’s Child exclusive, I have no idea what was good so you tell me what was the hotness for today.

Wednesday Regulars:
Podtoid 61 records tonight, and we don’t have a host!
Scraps: 7/2/08

Hands-on with Luc Bernard’s Eternity’s Child
Pew! Pew! Preview!: Quantum of Solace: The Game

What America could be spending all that wasted censorship money on
Izuna 2 extras are ready to go
Korg DS-10 is a Amazon Japan exclusive
D3Publisher to show Naruto titles and Bangai-O Spirits at Anime Expo
PlayStation Web site hacked: SingStar fans are at risk!
It’s officialtoid: Chrono Trigger DS is coming to North America [Update]
The next Team Fortress 2 update will be a Heavy one
GTA IV being used to nab pedophiles
Ubisoft bringing Catz and Dogz to a Mac near you
The circle is now complete: the Star Wars lightsaber stylus collection
Sony PSN Director says all games will eventually have trophies
Rummikub coming to the Nintendo DS
GameTap is not dead yet, confirmed after poking it with a stick
Analyst declares that the Wii is not a fad anymore
Disaster report: Sony pulls firmware 2.40 after user complaints
Cyprus to regulate games, says the violence affects ‘teenager’s brains’

Even more Rock Band 2 songs leaked

This is Vegas screenshots and art
An inFlux of inFamous screenshots

DC Universe Online, a world where games have their own MySpace pages

C Blogs 07/02/08

Hamza Aziz