The New Console Wars 411 Roundtable: Part II
Welcome to the long overdue second part of the 411 Games: New Console Wars roundtable. Blame work, school, and my computer breaking down the exact same day in which I was going to post this. But fear not, I am back with a new video card and a fixed Ethernet port. Part II focuses of our writers opinions on all three consoles. Without further ado, here we go! NOTE: All writers opinions were collected before the Wii and PS3 launches. Armando Rodriguez: Self proclaimed PREVIEW KING, author of Cheap Gaming 101 Microsoft Xbox 360 - I think the 360 is the best deal right now. It has a one year advantage, which means that there is a wide variety of games to choose from and with long awaited releases like Halo 3, Gears of War, Forza 2 and Fable 2 coming soon, it is going to get better. Sure, it is not as powerful as the PS3, but power doesnt equal quality.
Zimbabwe: It's Panto Time At Reps Theatre
HARARE'S Reps Theatre will be presenting the annual pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk, a warm and endearing story with comedy and music based on the popular children's fable.
Directed by Gill West, one of the country's most talented actresses and stage personalities, the show will feature everything that audiences expect from a "panto" -- from absurd situations to sing-along opportunities and from dames who are men to principal boys played by girls. .
Fable 2 Concept Art
Microsoft Game Studios' Lionhead Studios has released three new pieces of concept art of Fable 2Microsoft Game Studios' Lionhead Studios has released three new pieces of concept art of Fable 2, the highly anticipated sequel to the best-selling Fable. Set 500 years after the original game, Fable 2 will offer even more choices and features, while building on the core gameplay theme of Fable where every choice continually defines who you become, allowing you to truly live the life you choose. .
Stars make final
The Silver Stars fable football story continued when they became the first team to book themselves a place in the final of the richest tournament in the country when they eliminated an unlucky Santos 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller semifinal clash of the Telkom Knockout at the Olen Park Stadium, in Potchefstroom on Saturday.
The game lived to its billing, and it was truly a different ball game altogether.
For a team that had to come back against a resolute Santos side twice and clinch a final place in the money spinning competition, the current Castle Premiership log leaders Silver Stars deserve all the accolades.
As it evident when they eliminated Orlando Pirates in the last eight of this inaugural knockout competition, Santos were dangerous when it comes to set-pieces, something that Owen Da Gama's boys should have released before going into this game as it nearly cost them.