That was a big error of judgement from Lewis. In 2007, a year he should've won, he was driving so freely. He wasn't worried about the World Championship. Until suddenly he was in the fight, and then leading. He stopped driving on instinct and he started to make mistakes. The big one, China, basically ruining his title chase. This year Lewis was on such a roll, but he's started to crack again under the pressure. Today Lewis made an error, one that he should never have made. He was so gutted afterwards, because he was the reason alone he messed up. Tomorrow he may well end up finishing second again, because he couldn't get his mind set in qualifying. It promises to be an exciting race!
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I'm not saying it's Shenmue, because I'm not insane. But, if I were insane and predict it was Shenmue I'd use the following argument: 1) "series of massive significance" - A series, so more than one game has been release, very influential and maybe even groundbreaking at the time. 2) "Finally being confirmed" - whatever this game series is, it's taken a long, long time to get the newest instalment confirmed. 3) Ah, I've misread the last piece of the scan and thought it said something else, rendering point 3 irrelevant. Nice.
Back in the real world, a new Syphon Filter or Colony Wars would be cool, I think. Demons' Souls would be interesting, but why bother when Dark Souls 2 is going to get all the media attention soon?
This is great. Great! You know it's seeing stuff like this that makes me think...isn't it about time the community pulled together and made a Street Fighter II styled Giant Bomb fighting game? We have the artist, the musicians, and probably the coders to do it... A dream for now, I guess.
I live and work in Japan right now. Moved here in August. It's cool, but not as cool as you'd think. I work teaching English, and the language barrier isn't so hard. The culture barrier is, however, a totally different kettle of fish.
Hmm then I'm fresh out of ideas. When I used to work in computer repair, which was some time ago, I'd often get people bring in a computer that would do what you were describing. More often then not, the motherboard would have a socket for the PSU that hadn't been connected. http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4305#ov <- is that the board? Are you 100% sure it's all plugged in, power wise. Look at the PSU and the motherboard.