There are devices at stoneagegamer.com (at least) that lets you play your actual carts on pc. At $100, it is an emulation machine for those who want to use their original games but at the Ouya pricepoint. I don't know where people are saying they can buy all five consoles for less than $100, unless they get some pretty nasty ratty ones out of the garbage bin. If the Vita TV comes out here at the same time, I don't know which to choose.
It's newsworthy, but what's even more newsworthier if a politician criticizes Israel for its actions regarding the Palestinian people no matter how constructive, since everybody will go apespit on that guy for being a enemy of a US's ally.
I know some of you CAGers have experienced this already, especially when you work at Gamestop or McDonald's, or Taco Bell. The NY Times reportsthat this is an increasing trend among employers because it's "supposedly" cheaper for them, even though they are cards that come with fees. Some employers may let you opt out for direct deposit as the only other option, but it seems the scheme gives them a bonus for signing up each additional employee.
I personally think it's an awful practice, and have seen this with some fellow students with their financial aid money. If you don't cash out once a month, it's going to cost about $40 out of your paycheck, according to the article. One subject in the story had to keep all her months wages in cash, just like our parents did when they struggled to earn a living.
If we barely trusted banks after the financial crash, why would we continue to let them play with our money for the sake of convenience?
After watching Quiz Show I decided to read an account of the scandals that took place in the 1950s. Redford decided to focus solely on Goodwin and Van Doren, when the real story was so much more. It was not a crime that the quiz shows of the 1950s were rigged, since that was an ethical issue. What was the real crime is that most people interviewed about this subject matter in front of the grand jury LIED, and that can lead up to perjury. The movie stirred enough feelings to know that the entire system is rigged, as government and business are definitely in bed with each other, hasn't changed since the 19th Century, certainly still the same here, and it's evident in the book.
"Gamer's rights" apply to those who live in their parents' basements. We whine about how Microsoft or EA is screwing us over, but when some other company in some other field is screwing us over in food, environment, education, etc, we'll gladly ignore those and tolerate it with a grin in our face.
Guys, did you think "Man of Steel" was worse than Green Lantern? That's what one blogger I read said.
I'm not really a fan of Russell Brand, and I REALLY hate Dane Cook, but all I can say is good for him. It's sad that Amurricans keep watching this 24 hour drek, and that comedians are the only ones who try to give the facts plain and straight in the media.
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