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Dante's Inferno special edition printing provides 'unique insight' into game's creation

These are dire times for ye olde book industry. Dire indeed. A special printing of Dante's Inferno -- like, the book -- hopes to capitalize on "the hottest game around." Due January 19 in book stores, this new edition from Del Rey (of the Random House empire) features an introduction by executive...

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Enpitsu de Oku no Hosomichi is lovely

Sometimes writing about the DS is kind of surreal. Like when we get to make a gallery of preview images for a poetry book. We doubt the Xbox 360 Fanboy dudes are doing that right now. They're probably writing about games. In addition to being as subtly beautiful in presentation as we're sure the...

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The battle continues: firmware 3.30 decrypted

Once again, Team C+D has decrypted Sony's latest firmware. Although this doesn't provide anything tangible for end users, this is a crucial first step in creating new custom firmware. While the decryption was expected, the poem written by the team was not: 3.30 Decrypter! * From Team...

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The Gamer before Christmas

Harold Goldberg has rewritten the classic "The Night Before Christmas" poem to fit into the gaming lifestyle. We won't go into breaking it down grammar-wise and all that jazz because hey, it's Christmas. If any Joystiqers out there want to take a whack at rewriting a holiday classic that features...

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Japanese hardware sales, 11 September - 17 September: English Sonnet edition

The DS Lite in Japan, a force high atop its mighty throne, which cannot fall, all others can do naught but look and sigh, their sales so impeded by strongest wall. For the Lite and the 'Two, arrows rise, yet the PSP sinks to the abyss, the downward red glare is blinding to eyes, so vastly clear...

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