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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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There's No Such Thing As Destiny. There Are Only Different Choices

by Rainier on Nov. 7, 2009 @ 12:00 a.m. PST

As if our sleep schedule weren't out of whack enough, we decided to go to sleep early and get a head start on the day, waking up at 6 a.m. Yea, we didn't mean THAT much of a head start, really.

Last night's episode of Stargate Universe was nothing spectacular, but next week's looks promising. So far, all of the new episodes have been set on the spaceship, while the new one seems off-world, albeit via a message of warning from their future selves. We also watched FlashForward, and the series has been surprisingly solid thus far, so let's just hope they don't get lost in their own intricacies, twists and turns, like Heroes and Lost have.

Next week sees the launch of what will probably be one of the biggest titles of the year, Modern Warfare 2. While PC gamers seem to have been given the shaft multiple times over, I'm still going to check it out, but I fully understand the frustration. Who would have thought that a developer who got big on the PC would backstab their most loyal fans this way?
As if our sleep schedule weren't out of whack enough, we decided to go to sleep early and get a head start on the day, waking up at 6 a.m. Yea, we didn't mean THAT much of a head start, really.

Last night's episode of Stargate Universe was nothing spectacular, but next week's looks promising. So far, all of the new episodes have been set on the spaceship, while the new one seems off-world, albeit via a message of warning from their future selves. We also watched FlashForward, and the series has been surprisingly solid thus far, so let's just hope they don't get lost in their own intricacies, twists and turns, like Heroes and Lost have.

Next week sees the launch of what will probably be one of the biggest titles of the year, Modern Warfare 2. While PC gamers seem to have been given the shaft multiple times over, I'm still going to check it out, but I fully understand the frustration. Who would have thought that a developer who got big on the PC would backstab their most loyal fans this way?
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