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Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Lego Star Wars (PS2) Review

Believe it or not, here's some original content from The Haus! I recently completed the PS2 version of Lego Star Wars and wrote up a review for your reading pleasure. Here's a snip to whet your appetite.

The absolute best feature for my money is the game's drop-in/drop-out co-op mode. At any point, someone can grab the other controller, take over one of the other characters, and battle the forces of evil with you. After that, all they have to do is drop-out and the game continues seamlessly in single player. Very slick. It's a lot of fun to play with my kids, even though it introduces some weird camera problems (more on this later). My son and I were blasting through Episode I as Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon, respectively. He even referred to me as "My Master," as if we had stepped into the movies. For those of you who work for social services, he normally just calls me "Daddy."

Tuesday, May 10, 2005

O'Gara Dropped Like Hot Potato

Maureen O'Gara's column has been dropped from sys-con, according to this blog. Thankfully, they got some sense and decided to drop that nasty woman before she used their outlet for more of her vitriol. Good move. Groklaw has been updated on this as well.

A.T. Hun comments: Good riddance.

J.t.Qbe comments: And there was much rejoicing.

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