Today in Joystiq: November 14, 2007

Notebooks, silverware, copper bowls, bowling pins, dishes, Pocky and Milky boxes, clothes pins, yarn balls, cakes, barrels, milk crates, cats and dogs, farm animals, giant mushroom, kitchen table, shrubs, flowers, trees, a giraffe and a van. These are all the objects to be "rolled up" in Jenne Maneri's wonderful Katamari model. There are plenty more pictures at her website. Check out the highlights for today:

Joystiquery
Joystiq visits Harmonix to talk Rock Band DLC and incidentals
Metareview: Kane & Lynch: Dead Men (Xbox 360, PS3, PC)3
Metareview: Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (PS3)
Nega-review: Crysis
Today's Segway one-upping video: Personal Yoshi
Wii Fanboy Weekly: November 7th, 2007 - November 14th, 2007

News
Atari CEO resigns as company exits game development
See new World of Warcraft patch trailer
2K Games: No Bioshock on PS3; stop asking
TimeShift gets multiplayer demo on Xbox Live
DualShock 3 rumble works with PS2 games
Nintendo disputes WiiWare limitations
Variety says Mario Galaxy shows Wii's weaknesses
Guitar Hero, Tony Hawk getting in-game ad treatment
Xbox Originals are not without issues
BBC reminds that Wii supply is still an issue
Class action lawsuit over Xbox Live consumer fraud
Overline gives Wii owners "The Shaft"
Fallout sale to help fund Earthworm Jim, Descent comebacks
Cyanide confirms Blood Bowl for Xbox 360, PSP, DS
Dutch teen arrested for stealing virtual furniture
Mad Catz purrchases Saitek, Joystiq shoots headline author
Guitar Hero III PC/Mac hybrid 'later this year'
Rock Band DLC priced! Cheaper than Guitar Hero's, more choice
Mass Effect banned in Singapore over lesbian scene

Culture & Community
Bungie's Weinland and Cowan to keynote Game Design Expo
See the 10 most expensive video games
Zero Punctuation hates Jericho

[Thanks, JP]

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