What Happened This Week – Cherry-Picking San Francisco’s Facebook Page

Hey, glad you could make it! Gather around as we take What Happened This Week into its second month! Let me just grab my newsman robe and wizard hat here… there we go. As a heads up, I’ll be away from my computer for a few days next week, so that installment might be a day late. I’ll do my best to avoid a delay, however.

In any case, here are this week’s headlines:

  • Cliff Bleszinski gives a speech at GDC, gets selective coverage for maximum outrage; hooray, gaming journalism!
  • European customs seizes PS3s over LG and Sony patent bickering, presumably so customs agents can have their own Killzone 3 tournament.
  • Visit GeoHot’s page, get your IP tracked by Sony.  There’s a meme generator image in this somewhere.
  • John Romero, Rupert Murdoch to throw their hats in the Facebook gaming ring.  One of these men is to be taken seriously.
  • PC gaming did well in 2010, or at least it made a lot of money.  That’s the same thing, right?
  • Catherine is announced for US release and Homefront should stick to advertising by way of taco trucks.

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