Well I finally got some much needed cleaning done today. Of course my lungs are now filled with dust and whatever else grows in the corners of my room, but that works out great for you since it gives me time to post the news. I've got to go fill out a couple more job applications, so enough with the chit chat. Oh, and if you haven't already, make sure to check out Dave's phone interview with the guys on the PC Chat Radio Show... if you're a fan of HH, I'm sure you'll enjoy it.
"Beginning in 1993, the series has seen three installments, all of which have been hailed as some of the best role-playing games ever made. Now, eleven years after Arena first hit store shelves, Bethesda is once again hard at work on a new Elder Scrolls title called Oblivion. To learn more about the game, we talked with Gavin Carter, the game's producer."
"While World of Warcraft players might not need the 100 frames per second that serious Counter-Strike: Source players demand, the game still challenges the PC system hard enough to warrant a hardware performance upgrade guide. Even though we can get away with lower frame rates in the massively multiplayer online role-playing game environment without losing competitiveness, it's still nice to stay above 40fps in Azeroth."
"Amongst the crop of the good, the bad and the ugly expansion packs, DreamCatcher has decided to capitalize on the busiest season of the year for gaming by releasing their expansion to the arcade twitch-shooter Painkiller, entitled, Battle out of Hell."
"The very first DDR2 memory clears the site for review. Mushkin is the first one to the table. Let's examine this new type of memory rated at PC2-4200. Read on..."
"The Marquis Jet Card is the most extreme gift you can give anyone. This is the ultimate status card - not even the black American Express card can match it. The Marquis Jet Card gives you access to your very own private jet! The Jet Card works like a debit card, giving you 25 hours in the aircraft model of your choice from the youngest and largest private fleet in the sky."