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Monday, 27 June 2011

Video Games Protected By The 1st Amendment

So it's official, Video Games now have the same constitutional protection in the United States that films, comic books, novels and other forms of popular media enjoy. The Supreme Court upheld a lower court ruling that struck down a 2005 law in California which severely restricted the sale of Video Games on the basis of what is considered "too violent".

Now being a Canadian, this doesn't affect me much, but I think this news is overall just jam-packed with social-justice and video game goodness that I just had to post about it.

Find out more details over at CNET NEWS

Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Been Busy....but check this out

Hai Guiz,

I know I've been very vacant lately, but I've been extraordinarily busy with some family issues so I hope you will all forgive me, all 3 of you that visit this page lols. Anyway check out

I have to admit The 3D Game Man is your one stop place for all your gaming needs, this guy reviews everything, thoroughly and completely.

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword

Another day, another EPIC game trailer. This time it's for the next chapter in the Legend of Zelda saga....Skyward Sword. Now I've been looking forward to this game, but the trailer is making me do a double take, it doesn't look like it's going to be as gritty as Twilight Princess was, but more cute like The Wind Waker. I don't know how this is going to go over, but considering I'm a die hard Zelda fan, I'll buy it nonetheless.

Tuesday, 7 June 2011

More E3 News.....Halo 4!!!

Just another quick post to link to you guys the teaser trailer for the latest entry in the Halo franchise, Halo 4!!!!

Watch the suspenseful epicness that Microsoft has brought to us!!!!

Monday, 6 June 2011

Star Wars: The Old Republic Intro Cinematic Released at E3!!!

As you all know, it's E3 time and finally we have a new trailer for Star Wars: The Old Republic. Well it's actually not a trailer but apparently is the intro cinematic for the game. This hints at a close release, probably sometime in Q4 of this year. Anyway, here's the video, will be back with a full blog soon and probably alot of info about what's going on at E3.

Thursday, 2 June 2011

My feet are that much more lonely now

Keeping with how comical my life is, while sprucing up the garden this afternoon with some Cedar mulch, I made the much ill-informed decision to throw the shovel down on the ground, exactly where my foot was. Suffice to say, I am now missing about 4mm of the tip of my big toe. The ER doctor thought it was rather funny, and told me since it missed the bone, all I can do is just keep it wrapped in gauze and lather it in polysporin once and a while. He did give me a small script for some pain meds which I don't think I'll use since I have a few grams of my own pain meds, i.e. Cannibus.

In other news, I walked in on my buddy masturbating yesterday, pretty funny, and pretty awkward as well. It's his fault, don't leave your front door unlocked when your jerkin your gerkin and expecting people to come over. For those of you confused as to what masturbation is....check this out Touching Yourself

Now one issue I am interested in speaking about today, dirty tactics in hockey. Why, you may ask? Well, as most Canadians and many American's know, the Stanley Cup finals started last night and it was quite an intense game, all credit goes to the goaltenders for keeping it so damn exciting. Anyway, Patrice Bergeron and Alex Burrows at the end of 1st Period got into a Scrum which ultimately ended in Burrows allegedly trying to feast upon Bergeron's delectable middle finger. Now, obviously dirty little Mike Tyson-esque moves like this shouldn't be accepted, but at the same time, Hockey has always been a bit of a dirty sport, throwin elbows when you can, hitting from behind, and of course the tolerance of all out brawling. Bergeron face washed Burrows, Burrows clamped his fangs down on Bergeron's finger? Who is to blame here? From my own experience and education, biting when smothered is actually quite a natural defence mechanism. Anyway, what I'm trying to ask here is, was this really a suspendable offence? Both men were going at it even when the linesman was clearly trying to break them up. Burrows ultimately didn't get suspended, but should it have even been a possibility? I mean...far worse goes unpunished in this sport...doesn't it?