It’s hard enough to find a game sequel that is dramatically better than the original, and even more difficult to find a third installment that’s even better.
Maybe that’s why I was prepared for disappointment with Rock Band 3.
Hopeful? Yes, but I was also ready to be let down.
Fortunately, in all the ways that matter, Rock Band 3 is better than it’s predecessors, and if you’ll pardon the pun (if you play the game, you’ll understand) it delivers in Spades.
It’s that time of year again!
When all you want is something to freak you out and make you want to sleep with all the lights on.
Grab your popcorn and get ready to find the most frightening movies you’ll every see.
Just as we were finally believing Gran Turismo 5 was going to be something more than a shiny bauble for Sony and Polyphony Digital to drag out for E3, the word dropped on the Official Playstation Blog:
We heard you, alright?
We’ve taken down a lot of our old episodes, to save server space and bandwidth cost.
We’re making the old shows available again, but to offset the cost of the additional tech, we’re asking for a donation.
It’s not much, and compared to the volume of material you’re getting… well… it’s a steal.
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