Taking Stock: The Gibson-Goldstein Index

By Chris Faylor, Aug 29, 2008 4:34pm PDT All are judged as the week comes to a close.

PC Gaming

Epic douses the hopes of PC gamers by denying them Gears of War 2, while Crytek keeps harping that consoles are better for business.

Duke Nukem
The eternal badass takes it up a notch and masters time travel.


Penis Monsters
Spore creator Will Wright says that some of those horrendous and terrifying creatures are actually "really good."

Tigers
Lara Croft kicks the endangered species in the face. Really.


Hollywood
That Max Payne movie? Looking good.


Internet Providers
Comcast takes a stand against its internet users as those looming bandwidth caps start to fall into place.

North American Game Conventions
Bolstered by two new events, the floundering North American game convention circuit may soon be off life support.

Gearbox Software
All this Halo 4 hubbub brings the Brothers in Arm creator into a whole new spotlight.


"Gamers shall have the right to not be treated as potential criminals by developers or publishers."
An excerpt from The Gamer's Bill of Rights, penned by Stardock and Gas Powered Games.

"It could be about a kid from a small town who dreams of being a rock star and he wins the Guitar Hero competition. One of these dreams-[come-true] kind of concepts."
Director Brett Ratner discusses his idea for Guitar Hero: The Movie.

"Crank it up and try again - you'll soon be rockin' with the best while praising the Lord!"
Publisher Digital Praise pumps up Guitar Praise, its upcoming Christian music take on Guitar Hero.

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