The Daily Hotness: Bring it on home

Hey everyone it’s Music Monday! Okay, I made that up. Truth is I’ve been listening to way too much Led Zeppelin lately and I thought I’d share one of my favorite live performances by ol’ Led Zep. The track is “Bring It On Home,” which is the last song off Led Zeppelin II. This is from one of the earlier gigs at The Royal Albert Hall. Enjoy!

Back to the business at hand, today EA banned someone because another person happened to mention their name, we gave away a signed copy of Skyrim, only one account can be put on a Vita and so many other amazing things happened on 12/5/11.

Destructoid Original:
Bloggers Wanted: Xenophilia

Tales from Skyrim: The skinhead shopkeep
My awesome Namco x Capcom Fight Club experience
Community blogs of 12/5
Forum thread of the day: South Park: The Game

25 Days: Win a signed copy of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Star Wars: The Old Republic – Sith in the head

PS Vita will only allow one PSN account per system
South Park RPG details: Materia, summons, cutscenes
Importing Vita? Uncharted: Golden Abyss has English
PS3 aiming for younger, family demographic in 2012
EA will ban you from games if someone else swears at you
The Huge list of all the TV content coming to Xbox Live
Rumor: Square Enix Action RPG coming to Vita, PS3
Rayman creator doesn’t like Mario games
Vita Hill Social Club: San Francisco’s PS Vita speakeasy
Microsoft busts into IGF with its own XBLA Prize to give
Trine 2 has a few important dates for you to jot down

Custom Portal Gun is all flashy and glowy
Have a chiptune dance party with this Zelda II album
The Jimquisition: Hardcore Hypocrisy
Japanese gaming chair or sex furniture? You decide!
Fan’s Final Fantasy VII Remake uses Unreal, looks scary

‘Unbelievable’ PS3 exclusive teased as ‘The Last of Us’
New Japanese trailer for Vita’s Uncharted: Golden Abyss
New releases: Mario Kart 7, Fortune Street and more
Marvel Pinball: Vengeance and Virtue pack gets Thor
The Monster Hunter 4 trailer was all playable, baby
Kristen Schaal plugs more Xperia Play stuff

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