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PC gamer, WorthPlaying EIC, globe-trotting couch potato, patriot, '80s headbanger, movie watcher, music lover, foodie and man in black -- squirrel!

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You Can Get Further With A Kind Word And A Gun Than You Can With Just A Kind Word

by Rainier on Nov. 11, 2009 @ 12:00 a.m. PST

Modern Warfare 2 is out, and we got our review copies, but I'll probably be getting my own PC version tomorrow. That's right on time for Veterans Day, so news might be a tad slower than usual, depending on how quiet things are in the rest of the world.

We watched the newest episode of House today, and we're looking forward to checking out Boondock Saints 2 this coming weekend. It's currently only being shown in limited theaters across the country, but it has already made some decent money and will be coming to our neck of the woods this weekend.

I was particularly saddened yesterday to hear that The Great Giana Sisters' creator died of a heart attack. It had recently been ported to the NDS, which I have yet to check out, but it was one of my favorite games on the C-64 back in the '80s, partly due to the amazing music from Chris Huelsbeck, who I had the chance to interview way back when.
Modern Warfare 2 is out, and we got our review copies, but I'll probably be getting my own PC version tomorrow. That's right on time for Veterans Day, so news might be a tad slower than usual, depending on how quiet things are in the rest of the world.

We watched the newest episode of House today, and we're looking forward to checking out Boondock Saints 2 this coming weekend. It's currently only being shown in limited theaters across the country, but it has already made some decent money and will be coming to our neck of the woods this weekend.

I was particularly saddened yesterday to hear that The Great Giana Sisters' creator died of a heart attack. It had recently been ported to the NDS, which I have yet to check out, but it was one of my favorite games on the C-64 back in the '80s, partly due to the amazing music from Chris Huelsbeck, who I had the chance to interview way back when.
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