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Headline News NBC Creates CG Slideshow of NYC Plane Crash

NBC 5 Chicago has put up on its website a CG still slideshow of the flight path of the plane, which crashed into a condo complex in New York City on Oct. 11, 2006.

The slide show can be viewed at http://www.nbc5.com/slideshow/news/10068810/detail.html?rss=chi&psp=news.

The two occupants of the small 545 Cirrus SR20 plane Yankees baseball pitcher Cory Lidle and Tyler Stanger, a 26-year-old flight instructor from California were the only people killed in the accident.

Headline News Conan Spawns Pale Force Web Series

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, October 11, 2006 at 12:00am

Due the their popularity on NBC's LATE NIGHT WITH CONAN O'BRIEN, comedian Jim Gaffigans PALE FORCE will be turned into a Web series, according to THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER. The first episode airs on Thursday, Oct. 5, 2006, and went live online the next day on NBC.com.

Gaffigan superhero satire was originally launched in Sept. 2005. The toons chronicle the misadventures of muscular Pale Man and his skinny sidekick, Conan O'Brien, as they use their paleness to fight crime.

Headline News EA Ships Superman Returns: The Videogame

Electronic Arts will ship SUPERMAN RETURNS: THE VIDEOGAME, licensed by Warner Bros. Interactive Ent., on Nov. 20, 2006. The game, which features storylines from both the Warner Bros. Pictures film SUPERMAN RETURNS and more than 60 years of DC Comics content, is being developed by EAs Tiburon Studio in Orlando, the award-winning studio that develops MADDEN NFL. SUPERMAN RETURNS: THE VIDEOGAME is an open-world superhero title for the Xbox 360, as well as current generation platforms.

Headline News THQ Releases Unfabulous for Nintendo Game Boy Advance

THQ Inc. has shipped UNFABULOUS for the Nintendo Game Boy Advance throughout North America. The first game based on a Nickelodeon live-action television series; the game follows the hectic life of main character Addie Singer and features key locations from the show. The game is rated "E" for everyone and is available for $29.99.

Headline News Scarface: the World Is Yours Takes North America

Sierra Ent. is set to deliver SCARFACE: THE WORLD IS YOURS to North American store shelves on Oct. 8, 2006, for the PlayStation 2, Xbox and Windows PC. In addition, SCARFACE fans will have an opportunity to score additional Tony Montana merchandise and bonus material through a pre-order campaign and a special "Collector's Edition" of the game. SCARFACE: THE WORLD IS YOURS is licensed by Universal Studios Consumer Products Group.

Headline News Nick Introduces New Broadband Features in TurboNick 2.0

Nickelodeon has launched TurboNick 2.0, its broadband video platform with new features including continuous video streaming, customized play lists, content in multiple languages, the ability to search the broad Nickelodeon content library and more.

Headline News The Sims 2 & Pogo.com Going In-Flight Worldwide

Electronic Arts and DTI Software, the market leader in in-flight entertainment (IFE), announced a global partnership that will bring THE SIMS 2 and POPPIT!, WORD WHOMP, PHLINX, TRI-PEAKS SOLITAIRE, HARVEST MANIA, TUMBLE BEES, GREAT ESCAPES SOLITAIRE and TURBO 21 from Pogo.com to airlines worldwide.

Headline News Flushed Away Online Game Debuts on AOL

Nearly a full month before the upcoming DreamWorks Animation and Aardman Features comedy FLUSHED AWAY hits theaters, the new online game, THE FLUSHED AWAY UNDERGROUND ADVENTURE, has been made available exclusively on AOL.com (aol.com/flushedaway). The game marks the first time that DreamWorks Animation has created original character animation exclusively for an online game.

Headline News Anime In The Limelight Returns to Toon Radio

Anime in the Limelight (AitL), the anime radio show, along and its legendary host, Max returns from its long hiatus with new and classic episodes on Oct. 7, 2006,

Las Vegas-based Limelight Prods., the producers of the world-famous show that went off the air in 2004, will start making episodes sometime early in 2007. Until then, classic episodes will air in rotation, with news one inserted as they are ready. AitL will run in its old timeslot of 6:00 pm on Saturdays. No word yet on the status of the AitL archive service.

Headline News Alex Rider: Stormbreaker Heads for Nintendo DS & Game Boy Advance

THQ Inc. has shipped ALEX RIDER: STORMBREAKER for the Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance to North American retailers. The game is based on the upcoming teen movie ALEX RIDER: STORMBREAKER, inspired by the best-selling ALEX RIDER book series from award-winning author Anthony Horowitz. The videogame features 14-year-old British spy Alex Rider as he solves mysteries by completing mission objectives.

Headline News Peter Jackson Plays With Microsoft on New Halo Games

By Rick DeMott | Thursday, September 28, 2006 at 12:00am

In Barcelona, Spain, Microsoft Corp. thrilled fans with the announcement that Microsoft Game Studios is partnering with Academy Award-winning writer, director and producer Peter Jackson and Academy Award-winning screenwriter Fran Walsh to create two new interactive entertainment series exclusively for Xbox 360 and Xbox Live. The first series will be a collaborative effort with Bungie Studios to co-create the next great chapter in the HALO universe.

Headline News Sony Online Launches Serpent’s Spine Expansion For EverQuest

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, September 27, 2006 at 12:00am

Sony Online Ent. Llc. (SOE) announced EVERQUEST THE SERPENTS SPINE, the 12th expansion for the massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMOPRG), EVERQUEST, is live. EVERQUEST THE SERPENTS SPINE is only available via digital download at www.everquest.com for the price of $29.99.

Headline News Atom Ent. Launches NewsGames Channel

Atom Ent. has opened the first NewsGames channel (www.addictinggames.com/newsgames.html) at the fast-growing online games destination, AddictingGames, and will develop dozens of new titles each year plus promote the best user-generated games that mock the most popular headlines and cultural topics of the day.

Headline News Ubisoft Ships Enchanted Arms for Xbox 360

Ubisoft has shipped ENCHANTED ARMS exclusively for the Xbox 360 to stores in North America. ENCHANTED ARMS, the first true next-generation Japanese role-playing game (RPG), was created by development studio FromSoftware in Japan.

The adventure takes place in a fantasy world filled with beautiful cinematic graphics with vibrant characters. With more than 50 hours of gameplay, ENCHANTED ARMS is the only Xbox 360 RPG with the fast-action SpeedTactics Battle System, which enables the player to move their characters and use distance-dependent attacks while in battle.

Headline News Disney Pins Mobile Distribution Deal with Thumbplay

Thumbplay Inc., a leading online retailer of mobile entertainment content, announced a mobile content distribution agreement with the Walt Disney Internet Group (WDIG).

As part of the agreement, Thumbplay will distribute content from WDIG's publishing labels mDisney, creator of Disney-themed mobile content, and Starwave Mobile, the company's third-party mobile content licensing and publishing arm. The offerings will include graphics, tones and mobile games.

Headline News Jazwares Introduces Animated Movie Making Studio for Kids

Kids may now direct, produce and screen their own action movies with the MARVEL HEROES ANI-MOVIE, THE ANIMATED MOVIE MAKER from Jazwares Inc. The ANI-MOVIE lets young filmmakers create and edit action-packed movies, using the latest stop-motion, digital technology, and view them on their own television.

Headline News Alvin & The Chipmunks And Rocky & Bullwinkle Go Mobile

By Rick DeMott | Thursday, September 14, 2006 at 12:00am

InfoSpace Inc. has signed deals with Classic Media and Bagdasarian Prods. to bring some of the worlds most famous classic movie and TV stars to mobile, including Alvin & the Chipmunks, Rocky & Bullwinkle and a host of others.

Headline News Nokia & Warner Bros. Announce Mobile Content Deal

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 12:00am

Nokia and Warner Bros. Digital Distribution announced an agreement for content based on popular Warner Bros. Ent. brands to be made available for consumer downloads through the Nokia Content Discoverer client, embedded in millions of Nokia devices available in markets around the globe.

Headline News ZIM & Cinerio To Deliver Animation on Internet TV

By Rick DeMott | Wednesday, September 13, 2006 at 12:00am

ZIM Corp., a global mobile content and application developer, announced a content distribution agreement with Cinerio Ent. Inc, a developer of traditional 2D animation, 3D animation and interactive content for international markets. Through this deal, ZIM will distribute Cinerio's children animation and children's learning products on the P2P (peer to peer) Internet TV platform, PPLive.com. The addition of Cinerio's content will expand ZIM's overall offering on PPLive which already includes an American Pop Channel (Hollywood Classics) and Travel/Tourism Channels.

Headline News Majesco Ships Guilty Gear Judgment for the PSP

Majesco Ent. Co. has shipped GUILTY GEAR JUDGMENT FOR PSP, to give players a powerful 1-2punch. Developed by ARC System Works, GUILTY GEAR JUDGMENT is rated T for Teen and is available across the U.S. for a suggested retail price of $39.99.

"GUILTY GEAR JUDGMENT offers gamers incredible value by combining two deep fighting games on one UMD," said Majesco marketing vp Ken Gold. "Both games feature the character-driven gameplay and unique signature attacks that have defined the GUILTY GEAR series across multiple systems and made it a fan favorite."

Headline News Apple Introduces New iPod; Will Sell Disney Features Over Internet

Apple announced the launch of the new iPod and ceo Steve Jobs revealed that full-length features from The Walt Disney Co. would soon be sold over the Internet, reports BLOOMBERG. New Disney releases would cost $14.99; catalog titles would be offered for $9.99.

The new iPod is available in a 30GB model at the new low price of $249 and an 80GB model, which holds up to 20,000 songs or 100 hours of video, for $349. Time Warner Inc.'s AOL unit and Web retailer Amazon.com Inc. previously announced deals with several studios to sell or rent features.

Headline News LEGO Star Wars II Puts Comical Spin on Original Trilogy

By Rick DeMott | Tuesday, September 12, 2006 at 12:00am

LucasArts and TT Games have shipped its hotly anticipated videogame, LEGO STAR WARS II: THE ORIGINAL TRILOGY, to retailers worldwide.

LEGO STAR WARS II combines the endless customization of LEGO play with a hilarious, tongue-in-cheek take on the epic story, characters and action from the classic STAR WARS: EPISODES IV, V and VI films. LEGO STAR WARS II is available on eight platforms, including the PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Game Boy Advance, PSP and Windows.

Headline News Sony Launches PSP Entertainment Pack

Sony Computer Ent. America today (Sept. 12, 2006) announced a new $250 Entertainment Pack holiday bundle, including a movie, game and 1GB memory stick for its PSP handheld.

Available, beginning Sept. 13, the package features a PSP system along with the best-selling off-road racing game ATV OFFROAD FURY BLAZIN' TRAILS, the LORDS OF DOGTOWN UMD movie and a Sony 1GB Memory Stick Pro Duo. With an SRP of $249.99, the PSP Entertainment Pack offers holiday shopping at a price last year's Giga pack.

Headline News Midway Developing Billy & Mandy Game for Wii

Midway Games Inc. announced the development of THE GRIM ADVENTURES OF BILLY & MANDY for the Nintendo Wii. Gamers can play as one of 15 characters from one of Cartoon Networks top-rated shows in the adventure/fighting game, which is also scheduled to be available for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube and Game Boy Advance this holiday season.

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