I got the call. Not a casting call or a call to arms, but the call from Gamestop informing me of Monday night’s launch party for Grand Theft Auto IV. Make no mistake about it, GTA IV and its vaunted multiplayer elements could very well revolutionize console gaming.
Seems like they sure got it right giving No Country for Old Men the award for best picture. What we have here is at times a surprisingly quiet, meditative movie that also happens to be very bloody and extremely violent.
We get another controversial film to boycott and wring our hands over, The Golden Compass. Philip Pullman’s book makes no bones about its desire to basically destroy Christianity. The verdict? Spend your ten bucks somewhere else…
If you wish you were a rock star you really can’t go wrong with Guitar Hero III. Obviously, there’s some spiritual content with the final battle, and there’s several heavy metal songs that contain questionable lyrics.
The game plays a lot like the previous games, but with some stellar presentation and awesome graphics. A wicked new mortar weapon feels great when taking out tanks and other vehicles. A lot has been done to make this game feel different, and it does work.
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