Yet another reason to love GOG! GOG.com announced today they've added native Mac support for six Hasbro, Inc. published titles, five of which are powered by the Infinity Engine. Those games are as follows: Baldur's Gate: The Original Saga Baldur's Gate 2 Complete Icewind Dale Complete Icewind Dale 2 Complete Planescape: Torment Temple of Elemental Evil Can you guess which of those games is the most popular on GOG.com? The answer is just below. No cheating! Planescape: Torment is the most popular game on that list. 9,107 users gave that game an average score of 5 (out of 5) stars. Image credit: GOG.com
It's pretty safe to say you already know the answer to that question... Avarian from Renton, Washington, asked Craig Ferguson via email if he's friends with a celebrity. Here's a full transcript of his response that aired on The Late Late Show on April 15, 2014: Avarian: "Craig, are you friends for real with any celebrities?" Craig Ferguson: [Laughter]. Geoff Peterson: "Oh man." Craig Ferguson: "You're funny. Celebrities don't have friends. They have opportunities." ♫ Mo' Money Mo' Fake Friends. I don't know what they want from me.It's like the more money we come across.The less real friends we see.
Even in the harshest of winter Ingrid Michaelson makes me feel so warm. Ingrid Michaelson released her fifth album on April 14, 2014, titled "Lights Out." Here's the track list for that album: Home Girls Chase Boys Wonderful Unknown (feat. Greg Laswell) You Got Me (feat. Storyman) Warpath Handsome Hands Time Machine One Night Town (feat. Mat Kearney) Open Hands (feat. Trent Dabbs) Ready to Lose (feat. Trent Dabbs) Stick Afterlife Over You (feat. A Great Big World) Everyone Is Gonna Love Me Now "Girls Chase Boys" is currently the most popular song on Amazon.com, iTunes, and Rhapsody; meanwhile "One Night Town" is the most popular song on Myspace. My opinion is definitely in the minority... because I like "Home" the best, because that song is relaxing to listen to, and features Michaelson's best vocal performance on that album. Question: What is your favorite song on Ingrid Michaelson's "Lights Out" album?
Too soon: 1. Before the usual time or the time expected; 2. Modern video game remasters. Sony announced last week in a trailer they're releasing a remastered version of Naughty Dog's critically acclaimed PS3 title The Last of Us sometime in "2014." Here's a look at that trailer: GameStop.com are currently accepting pre-orderes for The Last of Us Remastered for $59.99. That's outrageous considering the PS3 version was just released last year. Sony successfully alienated the 4.46 million people who purchased the PS3 version of The Last of Us. Had I known they would release a remastered version of that game for the PS4 so soon -- I would have waited for that version. Question for The Last of Us fans: Are you planning on purchasing the PS4 version of The Last of Us?
Gimmick: Any clever maneuver. Nintendo 3DS: Handheld that has an extensive library of games. ITworld writer Peter Smith stated today that Amazon learned nothing from Nintendo when they developed a phone with a stereoscopic 3D display. He then proceeded to blast the Nintendo 3DS. "The 3DS offers glasses-free 3D on one of its screens. It's a gimmick, and one that thankfully you can turn off. I turned it off long ago and haven't found a reason to turn it back on, and most of my friends have done the same," Smith stated. The Nintendo 3DS' stereoscopic 3D mode isn't a "gimmick," because that mode was never Nintendo's focus of attention. Solid games has always been Nintendo's focus of attention. "When Nintendo introduced the cheaper Nintendo 2DS, they pretty much were admitting that the 3D screen doesn't add much to the 3DS," Smith added. That's a false assumption. Nintendo released the 2DS to target children who's too young to safely view stereoscopic 3D effects. Image credit: Nintendo Sources: ITworld.com | Leak: Amazon learns nothing from Nintendo; develops phone with 3D display | Peter Smith | April 16, 2014 at 6:33 AM
Pink. Puffy. POWERFUL. The European version of the official Kirby: Triple Deluxe website launched today with loads of information for that title. That website details Kirby: Triple Deluxe's story, abilities, minigames, collectibles and special features. Perhaps my favorite feature in Kirby: Triple Deluxe is Kirby's ability to move between the foreground and the backgroud. I can't wait to see that feature in 3D! The full North American Kirby: Triple Deluxe website is still listed as "coming soon." It'll be interesting to see the differences between those websites. Kirby: Triple Deluxe releases May 16th, 2014, in Europe; and May 2, 2014, in North America. Image credit: Nintendo