Earlier this month, Motor Trend magazine named the eco-friendly plug-in hybrid Chevrolet Volt its 2011 car of the year. However, radio host, politcal commentator and after this article, car expert, Rush Limbaugh staunchly dissagrees with MacKenzie’s conclusion.
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES ANNOUNCE PLAN TO POWER LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD WITH ONSITE, SELF-GENERATED RENEWABLE ENERGY
KOTICK: ONLINE PASSES AREN’T “IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE GAMER”
In a recent interview, Activision CEO Bobby Kotick claimed the publisher is not interested in introducing any type of online pass system to increase revenues from the trade-in market.
Last week the Entertainment Software Association of Canada (ESA) released their 2010 report entitled: Essential Facts About the Canadian Computer and Video Game Industry.
In collaboration with the NPD Group’s 2010 Understanding the Canadian Gamer custom research, the comprehensive report gathered data from 2,579 Canadian adults, 398 Canadian teens (13-17) and 547 kids (6-12) and covers every area the industry, from who is playing video games to how gamers play online and as well as the top selling games.
Author of Kick the Fossil Fuel Habit: Ten Clean Technologies to Save Our World opens the doors of Planet Traveler, “the greenest hotel” in North America
Cedemo, a European interactive company founded in the Principality of Monaco in 1989 has announced the launch of its free Video Game Barcode Scanner app for the iPhone in France. The app will also be released in US and UK markets later on.
Bungie and Microsoft have announced that Halo: Reach will be receiving its first round of DLC next month. Available on November 30th, the Noble Map Pack will be available for purchase on Xbox Live Marketplace for 800 MSP or around $10.
The pack will contain three new online multiplayer maps: Tempest, Anchor 9 and Breakpoint.
Here is the breakdown for each map.
EA JOINS LAUNCH LINEUP OF XBOX LIVE-ENABLED MOBILE TITLES SLATED TO RELEASE THIS FALL.
Frito-Lay recently announced that they are hoping to hush complaints about their noisy SunChips bags by switching from the current environmentally friendly biodegradable bags for the old packing.
The Ontario government is merely replacing one dirty energy source for a slightly less dirty source, yet they continue to pat each other on the back for being leaders in green energy.