In Other News – November 15, 2010

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Have you already seen our gallery and videos from the Black Ops event last Friday? We had a ton of fun firing off some really large weapons, as well as some smaller ones.

The differences between the weapons were pretty amazing, not to mention our abilities with each of them. For example, when I was using the Glock 9mm, I couldn’t hit the back side of a barn. With a 45 semi-automatic though, I managed to nail all of my shots right into the center of the target. So here’s the lesson I am trying to get to:

If you see me coming your way looking really pissed and holding a 9mm, have no fear, I probably have a bigger chance of shooting myself in the face.

Oh, we also have a very and I mean VERY Not-Safe-For-Work video of two hot ladies playing Kinect naked. VERY NSFW, you have been warned.

Here’s the news we didn’t post because we were walking around Checkers asking if they sell 12 gauge pump-action shotguns.


Angry Birds coming to XBLA and PSN?
Treyarch developer dissects Black Ops PC Problems
UK charts: Black Ops destroys all
First look at M rater Fight Night Champion
Kotick: IW shouldn’t suffer for bad actions of a couple of guys
Microsoft wins battle against piracy on 360
inFamous movie poster revealed
Killzone 2 removes the lag but keeps the weight


5 things Treyarch needs to fix in Black Ops
10 Best James Bond games ever developed
Black Ops Nuketown mannequin secret
More sexy new screens of Gran Turismo 5
Awesome videogame Movie posters – If only
How much of the Playstation 3’s power do exclusives use?
How to upload Black Ops footage to Youtube


GT5 Course Maker in Action
7 Hilarious Black Ops kill videos
Pach-Attack Episode 140
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood single-player launch trailer
Hot Pursuit – Crash montage
Nuts babes Daisy and Porchia’s naked Kinect video – VERY NSFW

Header: Marisa Miller

Last Updated: November 15, 2010

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