Vance was the first person to point out that GameSpot has done a formal "first look" at Prophecy Advance. It's all information that has been publicly available for months, but GameSpot is such a large site that plenty of new viewers should see it now. You can find the GameSpot preview here.
Ed tipped us off about the latest IGN Pocket mailbag. Someone asked about the Prophecy launch date, and IGN confirmed what we've heard about the game entering manufacturing. You can find that one here.
It ships in the middle of May. The cartridges are being manufactured as I write this.
In case you didn't get the memo, we've pushed back the Prophecy Launch Party a bit. It was previously scheduled for today. We still plan to hold it shortly after the game ships, possibly in late May. As always, you're welcome to stop by #Wingnut when there isn't a special event going on.
Justin noticed that Prophecy publisher Destination Software will be exhibiting at E3 this year. We might end up getting you a first look from the convention floor if the game hasn't shipped by mid May. E3 2002 was the event where Prophecy was first shown to the media last year.
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