The Bobby Blackwolf Show Episode 38: April 9, 2006
Week of April 9, 2006
- Out of the games we listed last week, Kingdom Hearts II has emerged victorious for now in terms of gameplay time.
- Apple has released Boot Camp, a dual boot loader for Intel-based Macs to run both OS X and Windows XP. But how does it do for gaming? Scot Rubin from All Games Interactive asks other questions.
- Lionhead is now owned by Microsoft, so they can work on Fable 2 with a loose budget.
- Lucent Technologies is suing Microsoft for patent infringement, claiming the Xbox 360 violates it's "Adaptive Coding and Decoding of Frames and Fields of Video" patent.
- We have learned more about the Japanese Xbox 360 Relaunch, primarily what games are going to be relaunched with the system.
- The pricing for the PS3 was revealed on French radio...
- ...Or was it?
- A blog posting is claiming that if you want to unsubscribe from EA's mailing list, you can't play on Xbox Live anymore in the UK. They also have your Xbox Live credit card information.
- Darwinia, runaway winner of the 2006 Independant Games Festival, is getting retail distribution in North America.
- Come check out the E3 Outpost if you're in LA the week of E3 and want to party!
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