The Bobby Blackwolf Show Episode 17: November 13, 2005


Week of November 13, 2005

  • When a movie gives it's release date, it's actually true. When a new music CD gives a released date, it's actually true. How come the true release dates of video games are usually the day AFTER the advertised release date?
  • The Movies is not the ultimate machinima simulator and never was intended to be, but it's still a fun game.
  • Strickland v. Sony got a little less interesting, but it's still a landmark case.
  • Michigan's violent video game law has been halted due to a preliminary injunction.
  • The Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection is not Xbox Live but can be fun nonetheless.
  • The Xbox 360 will officially be backwards compatible with over 200 games, but there are some curious omissions.
  • Kingdom Hearts II goes to the world of TRON. 'Nuff said.
  • If you bought the recent expansion pack Star Wars Galaxies: The Trials of Obi-Wan before November 3rd, go pick up your refund!
  • Sony recently was granted a patent to prevent resold games to be played on different PS3 consoles. Does this mean the end of lending out your already beaten games to friends?
  • Next week, we're gonna try to do a live Mario Kart DS tournament during the show...Be sure to tune in!

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