The Bobby Blackwolf Show Episode 16: November 6, 2005
Week of November 6, 2005
- Strickland v. Sony began in a Fayette, Alabama courtroom this past week. Prosecutor Jack Thompson issued a press release hyping up the showdown, all the while claiming that it's all Japan's fault for "Pearl Harbor 2" by allowing American children to purchase games they won't allow Japanese children purchase. However, chances are he'll be thrown off the case.
- Warren Spector spoke at the Montreal International Games Summit and said that he's tired of Rockstar's killfests. Jack Thompson says that Warren should expect to testify against the video game industry because of his comments.
- There's a new law in the Delaware House of Representatives to restrict M and AO rated games to minors as dictated by their ESRB rating.
- Like the similarities between Lincoln and Kennedy, theres similarities between the Xbox 360 and Sega Dreamcast. Coincidence, or just plain stupid?
- In Norway, if you cant guaruntee your entire stock will sell out with two games purchased with each system, you aint gettin ANY Xbox 360s on launch day.
- Sony didnt learn from their mistakes - the PS3 will not have a centralized online service like Microsoft and Nintendo have.
- If youre a stupid cheater in World of Warcraft and dont want the Warden spying on you, buy a copy protected CD from Sonys BMG label.
- Sid Meiers Civilization IV for the PC and Metroid Prime: Pinball for the Nintendo DS are fun games, check them out.
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