A GOOD USE OF BRICKS | SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA: A delightful Lego take on Pac-Man, on display late last month at Bricks by the Bay, "a celebration of LEGO as an artistic medium and hobby." (Photo by origamiguy1971 via Flickr)
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As promised, today was allll about writing stories about Capcom games for me, but I'm also sensing the hype for Portal 2 increasing as we approach the game's release. Lots of people are Tweeting about that game. They're also Tweeting about the space shuttles. They're retiring one here in NYC. I think it'll be our city's first real spaceship. Got one in your town? –Stephen Totilo
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