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You Have The Look Of A Man Who Accepts What He Sees Because He Is Expecting To Wake Up

by Rainier on March 3, 2011 @ 12:00 a.m. PST

Wow, yesterday was a crappy day. Nothing went right, and everything was annoying me to no end. A day to quickly forget!

Luckily, things went better in the evening, as we saw our friends over at Kalypso (Ted, Mario, Mark) and then went to an event for THQ's Homefront. Everything was all very secretive, as we had to meet at a certain spot where we would be picked up and driven to a secret location. We ended up in The Presidio's Fort Mason, where one of the rooms was set up with roadblocks, fake ordnances, North Korean soldiers and a bunch of stations where we could play all the Homefront multiplayer that we wanted.

We'll have some more on Homefront shortly, as we are currently playing a preview build.

Adam attended the "Rango" movie premiere and then hit the toga party for Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising.  Busy day!
Wow, yesterday was a crappy day. Nothing went right, and everything was annoying me to no end. A day to quickly forget!

Luckily, things went better in the evening, as we saw our friends over at Kalypso (Ted, Mario, Mark) and then went to an event for THQ's Homefront. Everything was all very secretive, as we had to meet at a certain spot where we would be picked up and driven to a secret location. We ended up in The Presidio's Fort Mason, where one of the rooms was set up with roadblocks, fake ordnances, North Korean soldiers and a bunch of stations where we could play all the Homefront multiplayer that we wanted.

We'll have some more on Homefront shortly, as we are currently playing a preview build.

Adam attended the "Rango" movie premiere and then hit the toga party for Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising.  Busy day!
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