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Apple Finally Confirms iPhone 4

There's been unprecedented attention paid to the iPhone 4 and its antenna issue. When held a certain way, it's possible to interrupt the antenna signal and significantly impact the phone's signal. Apple remained mostly silent on the issue during the phone's launch, suggesting users should try holding the phone a different way, but a Consumer Reports review told readers to not purchase an iPhone 4 due to the issue, prompting Apple to hold an unexpected press conference.

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Super Mario Galaxy 2 Preview

If you're feeling a bit of deja vu, that's because the NPD Group has just released sales figures for June and both Red Dead Redemption and Super Mario Galaxy 2 have topped the sales charts once again. And for once, Nintendo isn't leading the console sales with Wii -- in June, it's Xbox 360.

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Sony Online Entertainment Reportedly Lays Off 35 Employees

Sony Online Entertainment is the latest company to join the series of layoffs hitting the games industry. The company confirmed to me this morning they are laying off a total of 35 employees.

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Microsoft Store Lists Kinect For $149.99

Sega's commitment to Kinect will go beyond downloadable Sonic the Hedgehog racers, said Sega of America COO Mike Hayes in an interview with CVG. The publisher is currently working on a more elaborate -- "sophisticated," says Sega -- Kinect game to be released in the next few years.

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Morning Hangover #71 -- Andrew Looks For Feedback, Patrick Has TV Envy

Sorry, folks. A technical hiccup (I know, we've been experiencing our fair share lately) has delayed Feedback until tomorrow morning. It's the reason I joked about shooting the show a second time -- we actually had to do that! You can look forward to a full five-man crew of Abbie Heppe, Matt Keil, Sterling McGarvey, myself and the lovely Morgan Webb tomorrow, though! Thanks for being patient!

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Today’s Did You Know? Fact: Steven Spielberg And NiGHTS Into Dreams

It’s not a mystery that legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg is a fan of video games, but hearing to what extend the director has interacted with video games in the past, pre-Boom Blox is interesting. Yuji Naka recently granted an interview to NiGHTS Into Dreams fansite nightsintodreams.com and revealed the connection between NiGHTS and Mr. Spielberg.

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Metal-Driven Brutal Legend Track Pack Being Prepared For Rock Band

It’s easy to take pot shots at Activision CEO Bobby Kotick; the guy’s made some colored statements that rightfully earned the ire of video game fans. Fueling the flames today were comments from favored game designer Tim Schafer of Double Fine, who at one point called Kotick a “total prick.” The ensuing comments included a call to virtual arms that included Socrate’sMind demanding a new president be instituted at the Call of Duty publisher.

“Personally I think Activision needs a new President.... Someone who cares about making good games that are creative, fun, great stories, etc..... I think the person who understands this is a gamer not Bobby... At some point here in the future Bobby is going to crash and burn and we all knew it was going to happen...”

Maybe Kotick just needs to pick his words more carefully. What do you think?

Xbox Live Game Room Won't Feature Teen, Mature-Rated Games

The sometimes erratic updating schedule of Microsoft’s classics-oriented Game Room service have made it difficult to keep up with, but the next wave of games, arriving today, have been announced:

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Blizzard's Expectations For Sam Raimi's Warcraft Film? A Good Movie

When Blizzard announced plans to require participation in the Real ID program, thus exposing users' real-names, in order to continue posting on the Blizzard message boards, many responded in an loud uproar. A number of gamers sent a complaint to the Entertainment Software Ratings Board, who recently sent out a response, updating users on Blizzard's decision to drop the policy. Unfortunately, according to WoW.com, they exposed everyone's e-mail in the process.

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This Week's New Releases: Heavy Rain

It seemed like most of Quantic Dream's resources were poured into producing Heavy Rain, and while it would have been natural to assume they're singularly hard at work on something new, there's much better news to report: Quantic Dream told The Examiner it's working on two games.

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Metro 2033 To Support DirectX 11-Powered 3D

I'm not sure what it is about the Russian accent, but it makes everyone sound like a cartoon villain (read: Rocky and Bullwinkle) when pushed through the English language. Compared to native Russian -- a deep, brooding, often times dangerous sounding tongue -- it's comical. This weekend, I started playing Metro 2033, a sadly overlooked Ukranian-developed shooter set in a post-apocalyptic Russia overrun by mutated beasts, with English speakers flipped on, naturally. That's the default setting. But then I switched the language to Russian with subtitles -- and everything changed.

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Driver: San Francisco Pushed Back Into Early 2011

The awaited return of the Driver series with Driver: San Francisco will have to wait a bit longer.

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Daily Reacharound: Is Call Of Duty: Black Ops An Instant Buy?

The buzz so far on Call of Duty: Black Ops is surprisingly strong. I didn't get around to playing Call of Duty: World at War, but I won't be missing out on Treyarch's return to the franchise. Following news that Black Ops pre-orders may be outpacing Modern Warfare 2's, a number of readers -- the very people who are helping determine these numbers -- chimed in about their thoughts on Black Ops so far. NetNapoleon wasn't as convinced about the game as some others.

This will be a wait and see for me. After being disappointed by the last couple of Call of Duty's made by Treyarch they will have to prove themselves before I lay down the $60 that could go to another good game.


Morning Hangover #71 -- Andrew Looks For Feedback, Patrick Has TV Envy

Suffering...from...orb...addiction. Something tells me at least a few of you are, too. The Feedback crew will talk about their withdrawl symptomps from Crackdown 2 this week, but we also need some help from you guys. Comic-Con is coming up (where X-Play will even have a panel!) and the rest of the year's events -- PAX, Tokyo Game Show -- aren't far off, either. What should we talk about?

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Call of Duty: Black Ops To Support Dedicated Servers

Treyarch's traditionally been perceived as the "B" development team for the Call of Duty franchise, but impressive showings for Call of Duty: Black Ops have suggested their latest could be a coming out party of sorts for the studio, a culmination of their work on the series. Besides industry buzz, it seems to be translating to potential sales, as GameSpot reports a Pacific Crest Securities analyst is currently estimating that Black Ops pre-orders are outpacing those for Modern Warfare 2.

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