Penny Arcade Takes Shot at Infinium Labs
Posted by Nathaniel at 1:58 PM
Not necessarily evil, but not necessarily good...
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Shigureden (Autumn Shower Palace) is a private museum maintained by a company of the same name, founded this January. Money from card game lovers, including Nintendo’s head honcho Hiroshi Yamauchi was used for funding.Nintendo Finds Tradition in the Hills of Kyoto
“Hyakunin Isshu” is a poetry card game with 100 poems. Players search the poem cards and try to take it asap before their opponents. For the Japanese, having the ability to memorize all the poems means one has a good sense of beauty. At the museum, the cards will be displayed on the floor, and apparently, the game can be played with a customized DS.
They report, "The Revolution will be available later this year. You'll be able to use it with games you already have as well as with new games. Here are some old favorites and a few of the things you'll be able to do with this revolutionary new controller."Check the article for more details ripped from NGK scans. Hopefully, we're not looking at yet another speculative article that's being reported as concrete fact. Though if we are, it definitely wouldn't be the first time this has happened.
Here's the crazy thing: everyone at the company freely admits that WE DON'T KNOW which kinds of comics are going to be most successful on the iPod. So go ahead and apply for an account now, while the applying's good!There's some quality entertainment to be viewed there, including new material from DJ Coffman, Chris Crosby, Adrian Ramos, Tiffany Ross, and, of course, T Campbell. It's at least worth checking out, that is, if you have an iPod. Though I doubt this service is of much use to someone with an iPod Shuffle.
The theoretical engine works by creating an intense magnetic field that, according to ideas first developed by the late scientist Burkhard Heim in the 1950s, would produce a gravitational field and result in thrust for a spacecraft.All be darned if that don't sound mighty familiar (minus the whole "scanning for parallel universes part" -- but the part about "slipping into another dimension", well, that's just Star Trek talk...).
Also, if a large enough magnetic field was created, the craft would slip into a different dimension, where the speed of light is faster, allowing incredible speeds to be reached. Switching off the magnetic field would result in the engine reappearing in our current dimension.
Rowland has yet to decide on a printer for this independently published work of mind-boggling genius, but insists that it will be released by February 1 even if he has to hand-print each copy with his own thick, black blood on shreds of stolen toilet paper.I'd like to see that. I'm really hoping we see more info as details become available. In the meantime, wish Rowland luck!
BLAMIMATION(tm) is a landmark in IMAGINITAINMENT(tm) that uses specialized techniques to deliver an INCREDITRONIC(R) EXPERIENTATION(tm) unlike any other. It's beyond animation, it's beyond a still image. It's beyond the 20th century. It's just beyond.Indeed it has, gentlemen. And yet, it appears as though some people just don't get it. Pity for them. The rest of us, however, are having a blast.
It's like the internet just got a lame-ectomy.
To bring PvP ALIVE! to life, I consulted with world renowned 'Fantastician', Kristofer Straub about finding an affordable and efficient way to bring PvP ALIVE! on a regular basis. Kristofer has recently been tinkering with a new media called BLAMIMATION that he's been looking to try out on a new project.BLAMIMATION evidently calls for still captures of a particular comic (or re-creations, at least) set to the dialogue of two drunk guys performing voiceovers. I have to warn you, the effort is completely amateur and astoundingly hilarious.