High Score: The Best of Kotaku

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This Week in Kotaku: A blogger lets top secret World of Warcraft expansion info slip and is promptly silenced. On the heels of a security update, Sony's PSP gets TV capabilities. In the wake of X05, Microsoft unveils yet another viral campaign, Hex168. Kotaku goes interactive with comment launch.

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An email with the subject line, "TIP: the beginning is nigh for 360 fans," pointed Kotaku and its readers at the latest viral marketing puzzle. The official site looks like an old tabloid with a countdown and a crop circle-y logo. The smart-as-a-whip Kotaku readership is hard at work figuring out puzzle in our newly unveiled comments section. Wanna talk back? Check the FAQ on how.

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Computer Gaming World editor, Jeff Green let readers in on World of Warcraft's expansion when he said two new races would appear in the game at his blog. The post found its way to Blizzard and was removed. The secret's out though, the expansion will have a new race for the Alliance and a new race for the Horde.

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It seems like my PSP has been getting firmware upgrades and downgrades every week. Sometimes its for security and finally, one came out for functionality. Boasting LocationFree Player support, firmware upgrade 2.5 gives PSP users the ability to view live TV, recorded TV over a broadband internet connection. Hot.

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