Back in the day Japanese developers didn't have the budget or the control to make perfect Japanese-to-English translations... although probably no one really cared. They had to translate and export their games to the West as fast as possible.
After spending the entire weekend trying to get good shots and video on a dimply lit show floor with a mobile phone, Blizzard walks in, drops a load of professionally shot official BlizzCon 2011 photos and a small video on my desk, and then disappears in a puff of smoke. Jerks.
After taking the stage as Tenacious D's drummer at BlizzCon 2010, Dave Grohl returns with his own damn band to play out BlizzCon 2011.
You love to punch your arms through the air, like you're beating up ghosts. You wish you could be part of a Fight Club. You have an Xbox 360 and may have a Kinect. There is a game for you.
It doesn't matter if you prefer your Dave Grohl with or without Kurt Cobain, next week's Rock Band Music Store update has you covered.
After a certain number, a sequel is foregone conclusion. Rocky IV assured Rocky V. Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar's 18th baby guaranteed a 19th. So an announcement of an announcement about a possible Street Fighter sequel is not stop-the-presses news.