The 49ers should have been in it. They sucked the whole year but still...they should just be in it.
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That they don't suck? If that's what you though we are going to say, no. They do suck, but I like them. If you thought we would agree with you, then yes.
I am stunned that some people appear to love their Playstation(1,2,3) or Xbox(360) more than I love the Denver Broncos.
Trust me, it's sad
las vegas calls all the shots. say $200,000,000 all bets on indy and $300,000,000 on chicago. then las vegas call and say indy wins and covers. its like that
las vegas makes $100,000,000 profit more then that tho because of 10% . so vegas splits 50% with nfl. both make profit. thats how i see it. dont you guys think its wierd how quarterbacks always talking on that phone. its talking to the owners. telling them to win the game or lose it
if you watch some of the games. the team winning by 14 points, qb gets a call from owner then he looks sad. then next thing you know other team makes come back or covers the spreed
I dont think that the superbowl is rigged
unless indy wins
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[LIVE]Ubisoft believes 3 million is achievable for PoP
Ubisoft’s Chief Financial Officer Alain Martinez has said that his company expects Prince of Persia to turn in a solid performance at retail, noting the chances of the game shifting 2.5 – 3 million copies "is clearly achievable".
“If it goes to four or five [million], then there is an upside factor for the company," said Martinez, during the UBS Annual Global Media Conference. "If it goes to 1.5 million, then there is a downside factor."
He also observed how competition has toughened up as a result of crowded market conditions, though noted the publisher has raised its guidance "three times this year". Elsewhere, Martinez said the company is "repromoting" Far Cry 2 and is hopeful the FPS will prove a strong seller over time, with sales projections targeting in the region of 2.5 – 3 million.
Stay tuned of our review of Prince of Persia in the near future.
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