In our Best of 2007 series, we’re now in April the month of my birthday!
Best of 2007:
January – February – March – April – May
NiGHTS Sequel Coming Soon
After years of speculation the Nights sequel is finally announced and the world cheers!
Justin Brogan Comes Back
The first podcast co-host Justin Brogan rejoins StuffWeLike as a blogge. One of the reasons why he left StuffWeLike was because his microphone broke. This was also a reason why the audio podcast ended. No, I’m not pointing the blame finger…
Shiwan Khan Comes Back
No this isn’t The Next-Generation of Heroes Season 3, but it’s just as good. Jon April who played Shiwan Khan in NGH comes back to the site that made him a star and this time he’s a blogger.
Hitman Movie In Production
If you ever thought Hitman was going to be a good movie, you’re just dumb. The movie was rushed in everyway! The movie was officially announced to be in production and then 6 months later it was released. What kind of quality do you think this film would have?
eSportsTV.com Joins The Pipeline
What at the time seemed like a match made in Heaven, eSportsTV joined The Pipeline in sharing some of their coverage of video game tournaments. Then after the initial launch, they never sent any new footage over nor returned my emails. So a couple of months later we ditched them.
Arcades on the Rise
For the first time in years, it’s reported that the arcade industry is growing with new arcades popping up across the US! Support your local arcade!
Virginia Tech Shootings
The Virgina Tech shootings occur and the world panics and mourns some more. RIP
Blake Elens Comes Back
A long time StuffWeLike member comes to help out on the site once again
E3: Game Over
E3 officially announces it only has 32 exhibitors compared to the previous year of 400+. E3 is dead.
StuffWeLike Podcast #13
We return to Universal Citywalk to cover The Lord of the Rings Online launch. Thankfully this time our audio works great!
The Pipeline Syndicates G4, MTV, and more!
The Pipeline expands into syndicating RSS video feeds. More streaming content begins now!
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