Star Wars Stocking Stuffer | Led Zeppelin Footage | Indiana Jones Teaser | LOTRO invades Korea | Writers' Strike | Robots | Justice League | and much more Filth, Today on the Project: Shadow Informant.
Theme Song: Immigrant Song by Ann Wilson
- Star Trek Writers, Stars and Fans United (Star Trek/Sci Fi Wire)
- Firefly/Buffy Stars and Fans United (Money Times/IGN)
- Open Hulu (via Open Hulu)
- Vudu adds TV shows (via Crave)
- Joost Update
- How I Met Your Mother - The Platinum Rule
- Japan lays claim to robo-history with The Great Robot Exhibition (via DVICE)
- Marvin, the Anthropomorphic Babbage Concierge (via Brass Goggles)
- RoboPhilo will follow your every command (just program it first) (via DVICE)
- Led Zeppelin Reunion 2007 with Live Footage (P:S HQ)
- CRADLE OF FILTH - HARDER, FASTER, DARKER!!! (via Roadrunner Records)
- Indiana Jones
- Kirk is a Red Shirt (via &)
- Justice League: New Frontier Box Art, Release Info (via Pink Kryptonite)
- Doctor In A Dash launches (via BBC.co.uk)
- Star Wars Stocking Stuffer (P:S Symposium)
- Turbine, NHN Team For Korean Lord of the Rings Online Release (via GamaSutra)
- Nintendo adds gift giving with this week's Virtual Console update (via Crave)
Pokémon Snap (1999, Nintendo 64, 1000 Wii points)--A game that helped launch Pokémon into mainstream American culture, Pokémon Snap had gamers capturing Pokémon "virtually" on film. New to the Virtual Console version of the game, players will now have the option of sharing their Pokémon photos online via friend codes.
Ghosts 'n Goblins (1986, NES, 500 Wii points)--What debuted as an arcade game, Ghosts 'n Goblins soon made its way to the Nintendo Entertainment System providing a thrilling platform experience unlike ever before.
Baseball Stars 2 (1992, NEOGEO, 900 Wii points)--Baseball Stars 2 is the sequel to highly addictive NES title. Who doesn't remember playing as the "American Dreams?" The sequel added even more arcade-style action along with more gameplay modes.
My name is Charlie, but if your looking for my work, I go by C. E. Dorsett. I write scifi, fantasy, and a touch of horror. I like to play with gothic, steampunk, decopunk, epic fantasy, and wuxia. I love to tell stories and talk about books, movies, series, and music.