BioWare Making Mysterious Dragon Age Announcement Tomorrow

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Whatever could it be? Place your bets, ladies and gentlemen.
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Bethesda’s DLC Policy: Small and Digestible

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War never changes, but Bethesda’s idea of expanding upon their games does. Rather than dole out a full expansion pack every year, Betheda’s new policy is to release smaller DLC packs more often.
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360 Family Timer and Downloadable Games

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This December, Microsoft is set to release a new update for the Xbox 360 over Xbox Live.

One of the things included in this update will be a timer for the Xbox. With this timer, the person in charge of the Xbox will be able to set a certain number of hours that the Xbox can be used on a daily or weekly basis. Personally, I think this is a great idea as we may have finally found a way to limit all of those bad-mouthed kids that find their way on to Xbox Live while I’m playing Halo 3. Also, I may end up with some better grades.

Additionally, Xbox 360 owners will be able to fully download original Xbox games over Live in a similar fashion to the Virtual Console on both the Wii and the Playstation 3 for $15 each. Hopefully with this, they will release some of the previously Japanese-only games as they are doing with some of the other consoles. Some of the first games that will be available are Halo, Fable, Crimson Skies, and Burnout 3.