Spotlight: Dancing, MMOs, and Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood

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The Community Spotlight is a weekly article showcasing some of the best articles that just didn't quite make the front page. This week we get to see Ratchet from Ratchet & Clank dance like Michael Jackson.

Membership Doesn't Always Have Its Privileges
By Timothy Pecoraro
Timothy's terrible experience with the pre-order and PSN Plus exclusive beta for Assassin's Creed Brotherhood has convinced him that this entire process is a sham. 

Not Just Another World: Apocalyptia
By Chris Higle
People tend to throw the word "wasteland" around to describe nearly every environment in post-apocalyptic games, but Chris feels the term is inaccurate for many titles. His new term "apocalyptia" might be a reasonable alternative. 


Good Is the New Bad
By Ben Daniels
Publishers and PR companies have always been touchy about the scores their games receive, but recently they've started complaining about good reviews. When a 7.5 doesn't cut it anymore, what's a journalist to do?

Ratchet Dancing Like Michael Jackson
By Jan Neves
Jan was programming a few Michael Jackson dance moves when he thought his model of Ratchet from Ratchet & Clank would make an excellent dancer. He really does.

Someday I'll Find My True MMO Love
By Michael Edwards
Michael has a hard trime finding a MMO he enjoys. Unlike me, he still wants to play one and thinks Final Fantasy 14 might be the one that hooks him.

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