About Author: PhilU

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http://www.thestoppableforce.net
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Phil, better known as Stop from The Stoppable Force, has been blogging since 1999 and gaming for even longer than that. He is avidly polygamerous, splitting his time between a PC, PS3, PSP, and DSi, with a Dreamcast and an SNES hooked up and ready to go. (Resquiescat in pace, Xbox 360.) He is a fan of MMOs, JRPGs, action-adventure games, and is terrible at first-person shooters. Phil will talk your ear off about the Shin Megami Tensei series if you let him. Phil will be your friend on the PSN if you like – his PSN username is PhilCharisma.

Posts by PhilU

  • Lunchtime quickies. Or would that be afternoon delight? And that’s that. Now, links. (Game Informer) Behold, an enormous Gears of War 3 art and screen gallery. I wish I had more to say on this, but quite frankly, I’m not a Gears fan. But some of you might be! And […]

    Lunchtime Quickies – June 2, 2010

    Lunchtime quickies. Or would that be afternoon delight? And that’s that. Now, links. (Game Informer) Behold, an enormous Gears of War 3 art and screen gallery. I wish I had more to say on this, but quite frankly, I’m not a Gears fan. But some of you might be! And […]

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  • It’s Thursday! It’s almost the weekend! Huzzah! Here’s some news from around the video game blogosphere. (Joystiq) The press release has vanished from PR Newswire, but Joystiq reports that IFE Services is offering PSP systems to airlines. IFE and SCEA have partnered up to add custom-tailored PSPs to flights, including […]

    Morning Quickies – May 27, 2010

    It’s Thursday! It’s almost the weekend! Huzzah! Here’s some news from around the video game blogosphere. (Joystiq) The press release has vanished from PR Newswire, but Joystiq reports that IFE Services is offering PSP systems to airlines. IFE and SCEA have partnered up to add custom-tailored PSPs to flights, including […]

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  • It’s been a long week, Polygamerites. Did you pick anything good up this week? Red Dead Redemption, maybe? Or maybe Split/Second: Velocity? While the games themselves were good, gaming news has been a little sparse, probably owing to E3 starting soon. Here’s a few new things. (Joystiq) This Split/Second dev […]

    Morning Quickies – May 21, 2010

    It’s been a long week, Polygamerites. Did you pick anything good up this week? Red Dead Redemption, maybe? Or maybe Split/Second: Velocity? While the games themselves were good, gaming news has been a little sparse, probably owing to E3 starting soon. Here’s a few new things. (Joystiq) This Split/Second dev […]

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  • Even quickier than usual – I’m a two-link chump today, Polygamerites. I mean, this hardly ever happens. At least they’re important links. (MTV Multiplayer) Vincenzo Natali, the director of the movie Cube, wants to make a video game version. Never mind that Cube came out in 1997; 13 years later […]

    Morning Quickies – May 14, 2010

    Even quickier than usual – I’m a two-link chump today, Polygamerites. I mean, this hardly ever happens. At least they’re important links. (MTV Multiplayer) Vincenzo Natali, the director of the movie Cube, wants to make a video game version. Never mind that Cube came out in 1997; 13 years later […]

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  • Polygamerites, I promise this is the first and last time you’ll see me use the words "vagina" and "Puzzle Quest" in the same morning quickies post. (Destructoid, Zombie Cow Studio) Zombie Cow Studio is making a game called Privates. It’s like you let 13-year-old boys in health class design a […]

    Morning Quickies – May 12, 2010

    Polygamerites, I promise this is the first and last time you’ll see me use the words "vagina" and "Puzzle Quest" in the same morning quickies post. (Destructoid, Zombie Cow Studio) Zombie Cow Studio is making a game called Privates. It’s like you let 13-year-old boys in health class design a […]

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