Pie+Ice=Yet? I have to be honest. Some of these make no sense. Then again, that’s why The article was created.
While we’re still considering the existence of a new Nintendo DS model — the one with a built-in camera and music playback topping the list of new features — to be filed under “unconfirmed,” we want to believe that Nikkei Net reporters aren’t just pulling system specs, launch dates and pricing out of the ether. If a new DS is indeed slated for the end of year, something we’re likely to find out this Thursday with Nintendo holding dual media briefings in Tokyo and San Francisco, it’s probably going to take more than a camera and MP3 playback to woo current DS Lite owners.
The Electronic Software Association, the trade association lobbying for the video games industry, has given a substantial grant to the National Institute on Media and the Family, the controversial media watchdog non-profit known for inflammatory statements towards the games industry and its ratings board in particular.
Now until Monday, September 29th, Rockstar games on Steam are 50% off – that means you can get a copy of the original Grand Theft Auto (when your 360 counterparts are wreaking havoc during ‘Cause Chaos’ Live Weekend) for just $14.99, or catch up with a $7.49 Max Payne bundle (both games) before that Mark Walhberg movie debuts.
You can also get the entire Rockstar collection (Grand Theft Auto 1, 2 & 3, GTA: San Andreas & Vice City, Manhunt, Max Payne 1 & 2, Wild Metal and Midnight Club 2) for $29.99.
The full list of games and their discounted prices follow:
– Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – $9.99
– Max Payne – $4.99
– Max Payne 2 – $4.99
– Midnight Club 2 – $4.99
– Grand Theft Auto 3 – $4.99
– Grand Theft Auto: Vice City – $4.99
– Manhunt – $4.99
– Grand Theft Auto – $14.99
– Grand Theft Auto 2 – $14.99
– Wild Metal – $29.99
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