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E3 2008: Square Enix gives release dates for last year’s line-up

“I saw with my own eyes that the Xbox continues to bring together players from around the world while constantly welcoming new friends into the gaming community,” said president of Square Enix, Yoichi Wada. “Since the launch of the Xbox 360, we the Square Enix Group have been building a strong partnership with Microsoft. Our aim is to provide a new generation of entertainment to the gaming community of Japan, North America and Europe.”
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A new face for the Xbox 360

Microsoft is introducing, for the first time, and entirely new interface for the Xbox 360, and are making some serious additions. “[We are going to be] greeted by entirely new interface and dashboard,” said John Schappert, corporate Vice President of Xbox Live software and services. “[We are] creating a brand new Xbox through the magic of software.”
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E3 2008: Microsoft’s Big Four

Microsoft's E3 2008 press conference was all about the games this year. Sure, they talked about the new 360 interface they have in the works, but there was no talk about price cuts or a wireless motion sensor or any of the topics that the Wall Street Journal had leaked ahead of time. Instead, Microsoft senior Vice President Don Mattrick spend his time talking about what games the XBox has in store for us. Here are their big four games they have slated for release.
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Final Fantasy XIII: NOT only for the PS3

In the startling final announcement at Microsoft's E3 press conference today, Microsoft and Square Enix unveiled a much suspected fact: Final Fantasy XIII will be released on the Xbox 360 simultaneously with its release on the Playstation 3.
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So we survived our first day… barely

We finally got over the jet-lag and headed to Tinsel Town. Not gonna lie, it wasn't exactly what I expected, but that's mostly because we started off in the slums and then managed to continue far enough down Hollywood Boulevard to reach Touristwood, the Hollywood everyone wants us to see. I was pretty excited.
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Before E3: Apogee returns to nuke ’em

Leading the charge is fan favorite Duke Nukem. Apogee is bringing three new missions for Duke, called the Duke Nukem Trilogy, to the handheld console market in conjunction with 3D Realms and MachineWorks Northwest LLC.
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Before E3: Deep Silver s.t.a.l.k.s. their way to E3

Deep Silver, Inc has released their game lineup for the 2008 E3 Media & Business Summit for both PC and consoles. Although Deep Silver publishes games for all platforms, this year their big console releases are solely for the Nintendo DS and Wii.
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A more incredible Hulk movie

Throw away your copy of 2003's "The Hulk." Something incredible has arrived. The opening sequence of the 2008 installment of The Hulk movie saga, "The Incredible Hulk" makes it clear that producers are g...
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WALL-E is genius

The art is beautiful, the landscapes breathtaking, the characters unquestionably loveable, the breadth of the plot awe-inspiring and the message eerie. The trailers were only a hint at the story that lay behind the binocular eyes of one lonely robot with a developed personality, but the final piece lived up to the expectations.
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The American tomato famine?

Want a McDonald's hamburger? No sliced tomatoes for you. How about a Panera Bread Frontega Chicken Sandwich? Hope you like chicken and bread. Wherever you go for lunch, don't even ask for the summery favorite t...
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You Don’t Mess With The Zohan

There should have been more Palestine/Israel humor and less rampant sex. That would have been a great movie. We have enough movies about sex without it getting this weird.
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Changing opinions about Anime — one 7-foot red robot at a time

Robert Scholz took a deep breath as he carefully walked backwards up the stairs. In the distance he could hear shouts from the eager audience and the sound of the MC trying to hold their attention. Scholz tried to move a little faster, but his pace remained constant while friends assisted him from all sides.