LinkDump 01.31.10

Another week of links. OnLive Dissected, the REAL Avatar has posters, and Apple tries to change the way we compute. Enjoy!

  • OnLive Dissected, Fears May Be Correct
    Seems that well respected PC journalist Ryan Shrout has gotten a chance to give the much anticipated OnLive cloud gaming service a test run. And for the most part, seems it does well, but… As suspected, fast twitch games like shooters seems to suffer. Who didn’t see that coming?
  • The Last Airbender (The Real Avatar) Movie Posters
    Some posters for the upcoming live-action movie adaption of the much beloved Avatar: The Last Airbender have finally cropped up on the net. I was more than skeptical about this project upon first hearing about it, and even more skeptical when I hard that M. Night Shyamalan was directing. Judging from his past work, this didn’t exactly seems like his cup of tea. But, after hearing about his passion for the property, and seeing the first trailer along with these posters, I have to say it looks promising. Can’t wait to see more!
  • Apple iPad Debuted, Industry Yawns
    Apple finally had their much awaited event this week, and according to the masses, the announcement was to be one of biblical proportions. Well, the iPad was shown and since has been met with much criticism and dismay. I’m still on the fence about this one. If the industry is ready to receive a tablet, this may the be device.

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