looks amazing, with a pretty stunning opening cinematic and crisp,
detailed graphics. The game combines platforming, stealth, combat, and
some puzzles, but the simple tasks—navigating the game world’s narrow
walkways and tricky jumps—are more frustrating than they need to be,
and the anemic save system doesn’t help.
Steve Jobs returns to Cupertino and we're surprised at how quickly Steve is up and walking around after a major surgery. We introduce the Susie Retirement Fund and we talk about the iPhone 3GS overheating issue. Mmmm mmmm toasty.
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Just a few days after the Dev-Team released the 3.0 jailbreak and the ultraSn0w carrier unlock for the iPhone 3G, they have published a blog post saying that the same unlocks for the 3GS are laughably easy.