Reliable Source: Failure, Confusion And Death

wilsonscrazybed

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Reliable Source: Failure, Confusion And Death

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pirateninj4

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Yea this one is bang on the money. I especially liked the Xbox bit, cause it's true you know. Turning one on may lead to irreparable damage.
 

Art_Vandalay

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Now I know why there was no Super Virtual Boy or Virtual boy advance. Seriously though, who doesn't enjoy a bunch of red lines on a black background?

And now its time to go twitter about the fuzz i just found in my navel...people wanna know
 

Generic_Dave

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Hmmmmm...HDTV movie check, PS3 on check, 6 IM conversations, no Eve on-line I'm afraid, but at least now we've pinpointed exactly what killed him. Eve on-line.

"When we remove the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable..."

I'm not even going to attempt to attribute that, I might start a fight.
 

Fightgarr

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What did you have for lunch? More drinks I hope.
Also... where were the boobs this issue? I need more of those if this series is going to stay close to my breast... I mean heart. Close to my heart.
 

Supreme Unleaded

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So the xbox is so delacite that you can't even turn it on, wow thats so fucking lazy of microsoft, ah well, im off to play my ported copy of Team Fortress 2 on my working PS3.
 

Freaky_Friday

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Whew, and I thought my PS3 warranty stipulations were harsh! I sure am glad I never turn it on, it might break the hardware. :p
 
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"That explains it," said a senior editor at Reliable Source, who, completely tired of demonically possessed CEOs making huge generalizations just to milk their tenuous celebrity status, had a really good lunch followed by a couple drinks with a friend and didn't think about Bobby Kotick for a week.
I think the spirit of Douglas Addams is alive and well, and probably ordering another lunch.
 

Playbahnosh

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This had more LOL per sentence than anything I read this week. Great job! (1UP sound from Super Mario Brothers)
 

Sightless Wisdom

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This was good work, but I have to say, the xbox-is-fragile-and-breaks-easily-jokes(long one eh?) are getting pretty boring.
 

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The_root_of_all_evil said:
"That explains it," said a senior editor at Reliable Source, who, completely tired of demonically possessed CEOs making huge generalizations just to milk their tenuous celebrity status, had a really good lunch followed by a couple drinks with a friend and didn't think about Bobby Kotick for a week.
I think the spirit of Douglas Addams is alive and well, and probably ordering another lunch.
Hear, hear!
 

wilsonscrazybed

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Connecting to the internet or playing games can cause defects. I know it seems like common sense but even turning it on may damage the machine irreparably. If you do, you are taking a very serious risk with this highly sensitive equipment and may be voiding the warranty.
Okay apart from making me burst out laughing soo hard I now have a headache, I can soo see MS saying that one day. Right now they are just using the old "your machine had been tampered with, our proof is that when we ripped it open, the little stickers were ripped letting us know someone had ripped it open" but one day they will get sick of that and will steal your idea. Make sure you copyright it now and never give bill gates a job. >.>
 

wilsonscrazybed

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BehattedWanderer said:
Wow, that sucks balls about the wolfenstein team. They really got the sack the release date?
Yep, the multiplayer team was sacked on release date. You can read the full article here: http://www.escapistmagazine.com/forums/read/7.131788

I don't necessarily thing it's wrong to lay off a team that's done its job. I expect they knew it was coming, but it seems like bad timing to do it on launch day.
 

Kojiro ftt

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Avykins said:
Connecting to the internet or playing games can cause defects. I know it seems like common sense but even turning it on may damage the machine irreparably. If you do, you are taking a very serious risk with this highly sensitive equipment and may be voiding the warranty.
Okay apart from making me burst out laughing soo hard I now have a headache, I can soo see MS saying that one day. Right now they are just using the old "your machine had been tampered with, our proof is that when we ripped it open, the little stickers were ripped letting us know someone had ripped it open" but one day they will get sick of that and will steal your idea. Make sure you copyright it now and never give bill gates a job. >.>
They already tried to blame surge protectors, which I think is where the idea here came from.

Next they will say we are pressing the power button wrong.