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Links 1 through 10 of 102 by Drew Thaler tagged PS3

In the end, every entity - divine or otherwise - that appears on the screen at any time is destined to die by your hand. It was honestly kind of ridiculous after awhile. You might say that's a spoiler, but if that wasn't your supposition from Square One, you may be thinking of a different Kratos. You might have been thinking of Kratos Monsanto, who works in accounting.

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Bronze Trophy: 15 points,
Silver Trophy: 30 points,
Gold Trophy: 90 points,
Platinum Trophy: 180 points ---- Level 1 - 0 pts
Level 2 - 200 pts,
Level 3 - 600 pts,
Level 4 - 1200 pts,
Level 5 - 2400 pts,
Level 6 - 4000 pts,
Level 7 - 6000 pts,
Level 8 - 8000 pts,
Level 9 - 10000 pts,
Level 10 - 12000 pts,
Level 11 - 14000 pts,
Level 12 - 16000 pts,
Level 13 - 24000 pts,
Level 14 - 32000 pts

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Dearest Ekaterina, May this letter find you well. My thoughts are troubled this night. I believe our leader, Lazarevic, has gone mad in his want of the Cintamani Stone. In secret, I have begun to assemble a band of like-minded men - men of firm resolve, and sure of hand - to end this barbaric quest. I beg you, kiss our Julia. And tell Misha he is Daddy's treasur....

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There's not an ounce of fat in Uncharted 2. Most interesting things only happen once. Sure, there are your standard rooms full of crates to duck behind while shooting at dudes, but the shootouts never last very long, and they're often a waypoint en route to something more interesting. You hurtle forward, never getting bogged down. Enough wrinkles are introduced that the vanilla gunfights really do feel different from the ones on the train, which again are different from the ones in the trucks. The same is true of climbing sequences. Some are slower paced, allowing you to enjoy the environments, while some are more about racing against crumbling infrastructure. You don't typically repeat anything.

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Was my Xbox 360 version of Need for Speed Shift really trying to access the Playstation Store?

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Sony's letter to the BBC regarding the "Watchdog" report. Sent before the show aired, full of solid points, and BBC aired the show anyway. Smells like a libel lawsuit.

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Slideshow of steps to produce a Blu-ray. No technical info, of course, but instead rather like the "How It's Made" TV series. (Look, a factory!)

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Early footage of the next game from Team ICO. Just... wow. Looks like another artistic (and gameplay, and conceptual) masterpiece.

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