Today we're talking about how writers are back on the job, Knight Rider and its disease ridden red headed step-child, Netflix on the Xbox 360/PS3, and Apple TV updating its software. Then we rant about Spore and its newly announced September 7 release date.
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It's been a long time coming, but we finally have some actual details about the first game to emerge from the partnership between Steven Spielberg and Electronic Arts.
Known as Boom Blox, the game, which will be available in May only on the Wii, is from EA's casual games unit.
It will have more than 300 levels, "a cast of over thirty wacky characters" and seems to be built around letting players take on "Blox-laying chickens or...baseball-throwing monkeys" or cartoonlike grim reapers in tiki, medieval, frontier, or haunted themed settings.
EA has never … Read more
It's going to be a few more days before the world gets a crack at the new and improved Apple TV. Looking to kill some time during that interminable delay? It's a perfect opportunity to check out the major competing hardware options that already offer the same on-demand Internet movie rental functionality. … Read more
Last month, Xbox Live experienced some technical problems. If you played multiplayer games like Call of Duty 4 or Halo 3 between Christmas and New Year's, you probably noticed shaky connections, dropped games, and even the complete inability to sign into Xbox Live. Microsoft noticed these problems, too, and even though the service has mostly stabilized by now, the company is still offering a little something as a "token of appreciation" to gamers who couldn't game.
From now until 11:59 p.m. PST Sunday, you can download the Xbox Live Arcade game Undertow for free. … Read more
EPISODE 20 We're a little bummed about Heath Ledger's death, and we talk about it at the top of the show. We also talk about Burnout Paradise, which is a pretty nice looking game, and a Mass Effect non-troversy.
Moonlight's "360-Degree Sound System" does more than just add a Barry White atmosphere; it also has speakers that can handle up to 200 watts of amplification in all directions, according to Technabob. If you combine these with Grundig's "Audiorama" speakers, you'll have sound in every molecule of your abode. As if that weren't enough, the audio orbs can also be … Read more