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Having Trouble Finding Official DICE BF3 Servers? You’re Not Alone!

Having Trouble Finding Official DICE BF3 Servers? You’re Not Alone! When Battlefield 3 was released, people were perhaps a bit upset when they found out that there were no options to customize a server for the console versions of the game. That all changed in March when EA unveiled the Rent-a-Server option, allowing for anybody on any system the ability to rent out one of...
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Ocean Marketing’s Christoforo Files Lawsuit Against N-Control

Ocean Marketing’s Christoforo Files Lawsuit Against N-Control Quick, what do you do when the guy you hired to act as your PR firm decides to insult your customers and jeopardize your entire company? If you’re a sane person, you’d have answered “Fire him immediately”, and that is exactly what N-Control CEO David Kotkin did. However, despite firing the man who...
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Sony Attempts To Patent LAN Parties

Sony Attempts To Patent LAN Parties In the competitive world of video games, companies have to work hard to stand out from the crowd. It’s innovate or die. While most companies are looking at ways to make games better and more appealing, one is trying to truly revolutionize the industry. They want to bring gamers together, in the real...
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Science Fiction Author Sues Ubisoft

Science Fiction Author Sues Ubisoft Citing “numerous similarities” between Assassin’s Creed and his novel “Link”, science fiction author John L. Beiswenger has sued Ubisoft on the grounds of copyright infringement. The basis of the claim lies in the fact that in Assassin’s Creed the main character lives the memories of his...
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EA Explains Warhammer 40k ‘Inspired’ Tanks

EA Explains Warhammer 40k ‘Inspired’ Tanks Last week you may have noticed how certain tanks in the new Command and Conquer game, TIberium Alliances, had more than a passing resemblance to some Warhammer 40k tanks. Well, EA decided to explain what was going on with that. I’ll let you be the judge if you take what they say at face value. According...
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EA May Have Been Copying From Warhammer 40k

EA May Have Been Copying From Warhammer 40k EA is looking like it wants to retain that “Worst Company in America” award it won last week. Thanks to some eagle-eyed fans of the popular Warhammer 40k tabletop game, it’s been revealed that a some of the tanks in EA’s new Command and Conquer, Tiberium Alliances game have more than a passing...
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Pokémon On iTunes Scam

Pokémon On iTunes Scam For those of you who use iTunes app store, you might have noticed in the top three paid apps this weekend an old Nintendo favorite, Pokémon Yellow. It’s too bad that this is a scam by the “House of Anime”, and Daniel Burford. As of this time, Apple has not removed the game from their app store, and...
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PC Ubisoft Games Will Be Unplayable This Tuesday

PC Ubisoft Games Will Be Unplayable This Tuesday Most of you already know that Ubisoft has some incredibly draconian DRM, since a lot of their games require that you keep a connection going with their servers at all times as you play the game. Well, what happens when those servers go offline? On Tuesday, February 7th, Ubisoft will be moving its servers,...
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