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Welcome to another edition of GameSpotting, where we come at you fast and furious with our own special brand of stylish, hard editorials.
Welcome to another edition of GameSpotting, where we come at you fast and furious with our own special brand of stylish, hard editorials. This week's edition covers media critics, obligation to your online guilds, enabling 1080i in Gran Turismo 4, and the scourge of ridiculously long titles for games.
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I Used to Hate Mick LaSalle
Greg Kasavin/Executive Editor
"Look at the highest echelons of the scientific community and then look at the basest, most violent gang, and I guarantee you you'd find similar social patterns even in those cases."
It's Like Being on a Sports Team. Except You Get Fatter, Not Fitter.
Bob Colayco/Features Editor
"I used to wonder how people could become attached to and feel an affinity for their clans or guilds."
Isn't It About Time for the Ladies to Get on Board?
Kurt Collins/Associate Software Engineer
"I can't help but wonder if now isn't the time to get women more deeply involved in this land of testosterone-filled chest-thumping."
Overly Long Game Titles are Like Sticking Features on a Snake
"Who even cares to put the 'Combat Evolved' after Halo anyway? What does that even mean?"
Sword? Or Guns?
"I have enough trouble deciding which weapon to use when I fight demons. Thank goodness for GameSpot Hardware, or else I'd never figure out which steering wheel to buy for Gran Turismo 4."