Twitter index: 'Resistance 3' micro reviews, Katy Perry heads to Mexico

The embargo on reviews of sci-fi first person shooter
Resistance 3 has been lifted and Twitterers are sharing their thoughts on the game.

"The #Resistance3 embargo lifted, so I can now relay one of the accolades it will undoubtedly earn: Most Disgusting Horse Carcasses!," "this game is gonna be wicked!!!!," "If your enemy has tanks, you’re in trouble. If your enemy has 75-foot tall walking tanks, you’re in #Resistance3," "@insomniacgames congrats on the release and awesome reviews! can't wait to play," tweet microbloggers.

"Viva Mexico," posted American singer Katy Perry on her Twitter account in anticipation of the upcoming South American leg of her California Dreams Tour. "My Mexican fans might rival all others... They are LOCO in the best way!!!" added the singer.

Second, third and fourth places on Twitter's most talked about topics are taken by the hashtags "#Youshouldbeashamedif," "#ThingsThatDontMakeSense," and "#QueNoTeDePenaDecir."

"SEX IN THE KITCHEN," a song by American R&B singer R. Kelly is fifth on the chart, American TV series "Zoey 101" is in sixth place and the name of British Conservative politician "Ken Clarke" is in seventh place.

Tweets about the West African country of Niger have increased as Twitterers retweet news reports such as: "Large convoy of Libyan armored vehicles arrives in Niger under military escort, French and Nigerian military sources tell Reuters," "Loyalists Are Fleeing From Libya to Niger," and "Army convoy in Niger may be Gaddafi deal: Scores of Libyan army vehicles have crossed the desert frontier into Niger." 

The top 10 most talked about topics on Twitter on September 6 at 7:30 AM GMT are:

  1. #Resistance3 (Promoted)
  2. #Youshouldbeashamedif (+1)
  3. #ThingsThatDontMakeSense (new)
  4. #QueNoTeDePenaDecir (new)
  5. SEX IN THE KITCHEN (new)
  6. Zoey 101 (new)
  7. Ken Clarke (new)
  8. Viva Mexico (new)
  9. Niger (new)
  10. Resistance 3 (new)
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