Monday, July 9, 2007

Beautiful Katamari still on for the PlayStation 3!!!!!!!!

I was searching around on my distributor's website when I found something interesting.
What was it?
I found that:
1. Beautiful Katamari is still on for the PlayStation 3 (according to them) and
2. The Xbox 360 version will be released five months before the PS3 and Wii versions.

They have the Xbox 360 version listed as being released in October, while the PS3 and Wii versions being released in March.

What does this mean?
Well, if the reports of the Xbox 360 version of Beautiful Katamari being favored would be very accurate, but the reports of the PS3 version being canned in order to put the efforts towards the Wii version would be false, unless the Wii version was set to be released a long time after the 360 and PS3 versions (which would show that Bandai Namco didn't start developing it until a ways after the Wii launched, i.e. they jumped on the Wii bandwagon).

I'm just hoping that the PS3 version is still on, even if it means that we'll have to wait until the spring. I'll have more than enough PS3 games to play during that time: flOw, the next thatgamecompany game, Lair, MotorStorm, Resistance, Warhawk, Home (I know it's not a game...), Assassin's Creed, Haze, Oblivion, and a bunch more games that come out on PSN or that just spring up out of nowhere.

Friday, July 6, 2007

Live Earth and today's "all time record high temperatures"

I don't know if we did get these "all time record high temperatures" that we were supposed to get across various parts of the nation, as I haven't watched the news since 1:00 P.M. But, there was one thing that I noticed that couldn't have been better.
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Live Earth is scheduled for Saturday or Sunday, and is all across this world. It is similar to Live Eight, and all the other thousands upon thousands of these Live things that have sprung up in the past couple years.

Well, to get to the point, Live Earth is about global warming, and here we are, a couple days before Live Earth, with very, very high temperatures. This thing is going to be thrown all across the media, which is good, and a lot more people are going to be aware of ways to combat global warming.
This should help out everyone's knowledge of global warming (even though it helps increase it for a small amount of time), and I'm probably going to be watching a bunch of it also!
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Now, all we have to do is hope that those watching and learning aren't all hypocrites, so we can actually get some things done with the combating of global warming.
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Sunday, July 1, 2007

(dot) .hack//TOMORROW is now up on

A couple weeks ago, I stumbled upon this little website called It's a video website, that's relatively unknown. It seems a lot better than YouTube, but it's just a lot smaller, and YouTube has become too much of a behemoth.
Well, here it is:

(dot) .hack//TOMORROW from Amish Gramish and Vimeo.