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f*** Madden, f*** EA Games, f*** 'em all.

 

I want my ESPN.

 

This will happen during the first hour of the NFL Draft.

After you're crying we took Alex? :mischief

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After we pick Ronnie Brown at #5.

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f*** Madden, f*** EA Games, f*** 'em all.

 

I want my ESPN.

 

This will happen during the first hour of the NFL Draft.

After you're crying we took Alex? :mischief

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After we pick Ronnie Brown at #5.

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Or

 

 

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Agreed!

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Agreed!

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Fritz would agree too, but he is a Noles fan and well.... I think it would be okay with him if a Cane never put on a Fins' uni.

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You're an idiot. Once they're a pro, I don't give a damn where they played.

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What exactly is this, a new console and if so when does it come out. I felt the article was not very descriptive.

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Xbox 360 will be unveiled in a few weeks on MTV. Yes, it's a new console.

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What exactly is this, a new console and if so when does it come out. I felt the article was not very descriptive.

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Xbox 360 will be unveiled in a few weeks on MTV. Yes, it's a new console.

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When does PS3 come out?

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Not sure, but I want to say Holiday season 2006.

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2 articles on the xbox 360:

 

Goldman Sachs says it expects Microsoft's next-gen console to arrive in force this year--perhaps as early as October--for under $300.

 

With the unveiling of the next-generation Xbox on the horizon, doubts that the console will not arrive this year are steadily evaporating. Any lingering uncertainty was further dispelled today when the online edition of Forbes reported that top-flight investment firm Goldman Sachs "expects" the console to arrive in time for the 2005 holiday season.

According to Forbes, Goldman Sachs is predicting that the next-gen Xbox, now increasingly referred to as the Xbox 360, will "be available for retail sale in October or November at a retail price of about $249 to $299." Goldman says it "expects" Microsoft to have shipped around 3 million units by year's end and reiterated its "outperform" rating for Microsoft Corp. stock, which closed at $25.32 today.

 

Goldman Sachs' predictions were backed up by another high-profile analyst's report. "We expect Microsoft to announce a release date for the next-gen Xbox in the October/November 2005 period," said Boris Markovich of TerraNova Institutional.

 

In the same report, Goldman Sachs said it does not see the PlayStation 3 appearing on US store shelves until mid-2006. The company predicted that an earlier launch--sometime in the first calendar quarter of 2006--in Japan is likely.

 

 

 

 

Xbox 360 name confirmed; console design details revealed

 

British sources confirm previously rumoured details about Microsoft's new console

 

British sources have confirmed that the next generation Xbox is indeed called Xbox 360, that the logo is a simple, round nexus, and that the console itself has a concave design - and a platinum white finish.

 

Many rumours - some of them conflicting - have been circulating in the past months regarding Microsoft's next generation system, but speaking under conditions of strict anonymity, a British source who is privy to Microsoft's marketing documents for the console has now cleared up much of the speculation.

 

The name of Xbox's successor is Xbox 360, we can confirm, and the design of the machine is indeed a concave shape.

 

The machine can stand upright and hollows in at the middle, like it's "sucking in its cheeks," our source told us today. Previous rumours had put the console as light silver, although fresh information says the final design may be white. It's impossible to tell from the documents, our source explained - although the glimpse of the machine's controllers given on viral marketing website OurColony does suggest a platinum-white colour scheme for the hardware.

 

According to the source, the rumoured slot for the hard drive module - which was apparently at the top of the machine - is not obvious on the document, and the person was unable to clarify where the slot for discs is actually located.

 

One other aspect we've been unable to confirm is the rumoured customisation features on the box. It's been speculated that the emphasis on customisation which J Allard touted at the Game Developers Conference last month could extend to allowing users to change the "skin" of the console, but this feature was not mentioned by our source.

 

As for the logo of the console, it is described as a simple, round nexus with "Xbox 360" written inside it. Previous rumours had simply the numbers "360" in the disc. This branding tends to suggest that we can expect to see "360" appearing after many game names, as happened with the Nintendo 64.

 

Microsoft will show the console for the first time in a half-hour special on MTV on May 12, a week ahead of E3. The company's press conference, on Monday, May 16, will be the first viewing of the console to the trade en bloc.

 

Xbox 360 is expected to receive a global release in late 2005.

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