Turns out that Rango the video game could be as good as last year's Toy Story 3.
I loved Toy Story 3, but more importantly Tristan loved it and he's the one saying Rango could be better. I'll be checking it out tonight probably.
Totally unrelated, how weird is it that THQ sent me two remote control quadracopters in the mail? So weird, even if a form of them appear in Homefront.
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