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Bungie's #1 Fan, Freewill, has gone to visit Take2 Interactive at their offices in New York, and posted up his thoughts at both the Bungie Sightings front page and in a short article. He reports that Take2 is excited to see what it can do with the Myth universe, and that they'll be there at MWNY to meet some of the fan base. Bungie Sightings has now resumed normal operations and Freewill's rant has moved to its own page.

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In addition to their regular coverage of the Bungie Studios issue (from whence the news broke on the 18th), Daily Radar has posted up a diagram of what titles will be developed and published by whom. However, I'm not sure if it really clarifies anything. The current information is that Take2 Interactive, as a whole, obtains the right to two royalty-free titles based upon the Halo engine.

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In response to some questions posted in our forum by Lizardman, Matt Soell responded with some information on where Bungie is right now in the decision-making process for a lot of things. Here is one of the questions:

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Awhile ago I'd asked Loki Games what they thought about the prospects for future conversion of Bungie games to the Linux platform. I've just recently gotten a response back on the issue:

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Just after the news went official, we reported on a cartoon at Penny Arcade titled Bob, We Hardly Knew Ye . Well, they continue to poke fun at the MS/Bungie situation with their newest cartoon: Part 1: Not OSHA Approved! It appears from the title that we can expect more commentary on the issue. ;-)

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The interviews continue... Gamefan, a site that is more focused on console gaming, has acquired another interview with Alex Seropian. Read a snippet:

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Freewill writes to inform us that he has temporarily replaced his Bungie Sightings page with a new editorial on recent events. I think he takes one of the more balanced positions out there. Go take a look.

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Not all is happy in the land of Microsoft, of course. There are a few articles out on the Net that discuss previous experiences with entering the Evil Empire. First, Robert Cringley of PBS Online posted up his own external description of Microsoft's acquisition of Hotmail.

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