Day: May 17, 2005

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The Revolution is Broke!

Who broke it? USA Today’s Steven Kent did, with a story in this morning’s edition coming ahead of the 9 a.m. Pacific press conference. You may remember that Kent broke the story of the Nintendo DS for USA Today just over a year ago today. Hey, Nintendo… save some for the rest of us, huh? […]

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PrE3: Not Electronic, Not Entertainment

How would you like to see “The Great Kat, the world’s fastest female guitarist,” and star of the new DVD “Extreme Guitar Shred?” How about artist Greg Horn, whose “hyper-realistic and detailed paintings gracing countless comic books, magazines, billboards, and advertising campaigns.” Or play a game with Annie Duke, “considered by many to be the […]

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Problematic Press Passes?

I’ve heard anecdotal evidence that the third time wasn’t the charm for some members of the media who tried to get in to Sony’s grand unveiling of the Playstation 3 this afternoon. Derek Signore, a member of the GameMethod team with whom I’ll be covering the show, tells me approximately 100 to 200 people, including […]

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