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Given that Activision has, a bit shortsightedly in our opinion, been happily sucking the marrow out of their franchises for some time now, we're not totally surprised that it don't seem too keen to invest in emerging platforms such as the iPhone or Facebook. This is in direct opposition to the road EA is headed down. Our feature a couple of weeks ago showed how EA is actually heavily invested in new ways of gaming. Time will tell who has made the right choice.
I know it's not technically gaming news, but the new NASA discovery is huge everywhere, so you can't blame the US guys for covering it. I for one welcome our new Arsenic breathing Alien Overlords.
DOes the world's best race track look better in GT5 or real life? Is this a great new way to make a Halo movie? And, finally, you should check out this interesting feature on the science of size in video games.
In Short A Great New Way To Make A Halo Movie NASA Discovers Alien Life In California Does The World's Best Race Track Look Better In GT5 Or Real Life The Science Of Size In Video Games Call Of Duty's Publishers Don't Give A Hoot About iPhone Or Facebook