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2 Responses to "Book News Wednesday: Lost Larsson, Censorship, Old Spice Guy, and More"
July 15, 2010 at 12:19 PM
Apple is discovering that once you decide to censor, it is nearly impossible to discern what is worthy of censorship and what isn't. Google is taking the smart approach by not heading down that road in the first place.
July 15, 2010 at 09:52 AM
Sorry to quibble but you made it sound like that Mercury News review was bad, but actually it says: "Lego Harry Potter is made for the fans. It features the most complete take on the boy wizard's world, even giving unique abilities to the huge cast of playable characters. That kind of detail is unheard of, but it goes to show the kind of care Traveller's Tales put into the project. For once, the game does the books justice, and that's something you don't see every day." That doesn't sound like a "fizzle" to me!
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