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2010/03/15

One of the Best Episodes of The Verge Yet

CoP_Cover image4 As I’m sitting here right now. I’m watching The Verge, a local show broadcast live every night at 9:30 PM on DSTV [Channel 123 – Vuzu].

It might just be one of the best episodes I’ve seen in a while. Usually they have a copy of a new game to give away on some episodes, and they’re usually for consoles like PS3 and Xbox 360. But this time, and maybe the first time ever, there’s a give away for the PC, and it’s Stalker: Call of Pripyat, that latest in the series.

To win the game, you have to send in either an SMS or a message from the Vuzu website with the title of the first game, which is Shadow of Chernobyl, in a sentence. That’s all I’m saying. Oh, and you have to have “PC” after the message for it to count.

Those are the two versions of cover art available for the game. One is the European one I think, and the other is the North American one.

On a related note, Pippa Tshabalala, the host, revealed that her maiden name before she got married was… Stalker. Whether that’s true or not, I don’t know. She says it is. By the way, she’s dyed her hair blonde.

There are also trailers of Brink, Medal of Honor, and Fallout: New Vegas.


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