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Today in Joystiq: February 12, 2008

Ross Miller

A newspaper clip for the new Rambo film (via IAMfourtwozero) lauds an Arizona Daily Start review (found here) that calls it, "A nasty, Call of Duty 4 style shoot 'em up!" We're still laughing, but it's interesting to note how they're trying to reach out to a specific audience. Check out the highlights for today:

The best of WoW Insider: February 3-10, 2008
Joystiq (now with new & improved galleries!)
Readers pick best webcomic: we are only trying to help
Reminder: Win Guitar Hero III on your platform of choice (now with more platforms)
Today's hottest animation: Mauvais Role, a villain identity crisis
What you need to know about WoW patch 2.4: Sunwell Isle

Ubisoft looks to Singapore for latest studio
Halo, Battlefield vets form Tyrant Studios
Quake II homebrew released for DS
Mass Effect to drop for the PC in May, EA to publish
Smash Bros. Brawl sales exceed 1 million in Japan
EA extends NFL lock to 2012
GameTap Thursday: Sam & Max cause Tuesday edition
Factor 5 Wii engine 'does everything the PS3 did, and then some'
Spore finally evolves to retail Sept 7, 2008
God of War: Chains of Olympus goes gold
Will Wright talks Spore on Wii, delays, procedural music
Yo Joe! EA's Hasbro deal includes G.I. Joe
DS, mobile version of Spore titled 'Spore Creatures'
Devil May Cry 4 tears up UK charts
Roogoo to puzzle on XBLA, PC
Codemasters announces Race Driver: GRID for DS
Luke Goss to star in Tekken film
2K invests heavily in Unreal Engine 3
Square Enix lawyers on guard against Final Fantasy replica swords
Piracy a huge problem for casual game devs

Rumors & Speculation
Rumor: Ace Combat 6 returns to PS3
Lair control fix may be in the works
Rumorong: Target not pulling Mass Effect
Rumor: Netflix streaming to Xbox 360 and PS3

Culture & Community
Jim Preston: games as art debate is meaningless
Vote Capcom faves into We Love Golf
Bethesda designer creates new Portal map, Ren_Test3

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