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New MicroBot Trailer Shoots To Kill

New MicroBot Trailer Shoots To Kill Some time last month we posted coverage on a new shooter game from EA called MicroBot. The newest trailer for the game is here, and it looks insane. In a good way, of course. In MicroBot players take control of a small robot outfitted with various upgradeable weapons while it is inside of a patent’s...
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Metallica Unloads At Black Ops Launch Event

Metallica Unloads At Black Ops Launch Event Now I wish we could get Metallica to play at our launch event here in Bloomington, but alas, it won’t happen. The band will, however, be performing at EA’s launch event this Thursday, where the band will do their part to help raise $1 million for The Call of Duty Endowment. The fund’s goal...
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Respawn Entertainment’s First Title To Be Multi-Platform

Respawn Entertainment’s First Title To Be Multi-Platform A couple of new job listings that were posted on Gamasutra from the newly-created Respawn Entertainment that confirm their new game will be multi-platform. The posting reads “Respawn intends to develop a multi-platform product that works on the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC. It’s product will be based...
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Review – G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra (PS3)

Review – G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra (PS3) If you were a kid during the 80’s and early 90’s, you probably watched the G.I. Joe cartoon. It was usually on somewhere around Transformers and Thundercats. Well it has become the trend to remake everything I loved as a kid in the form of movies and video games. Some are good (see X-Men) while...
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Dragon Age: Origins To Be SecuROM-Free

Dragon Age: Origins To Be SecuROM-Free I can’t think of a gamer I know that actually enjoys knowing that their software is locked down with DRM. All too often the player’s rights are abused because the publisher is worried about pirates. The funny thing is that rarely does it actually deter such people, and only serves to harm the...
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EA Releases De-Authorization Management Tool For SecuROM-Infested Games

EA Releases De-Authorization Management Tool For SecuROM-Infested Games If you’ve ever purchased a game with SecuROM, you know full well why DRM sucks. There’s nothing quite like having to jump through hoops to reinstall a game just because you reformatted or upgraded your computer. Unfortunately there are some games that are worth putting up with the DRM, which...
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EA Substitutes Wii Graphics For 360 Footage In Tiger Woods Commercial

EA Substitutes Wii Graphics For 360 Footage In Tiger Woods Commercial I am a Wii owner, and I’m happy with my console. I think the main reason that I’m happy is because I know exactly what the machine is capable of, and I don’t hold any misconceptions that it has the sort of power and graphics of my 360. However, those in Europe that have seen the recent...
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EA’s DRM Backfires, Spore Tops 2008 Most Pirated List

EA’s DRM Backfires, Spore Tops 2008 Most Pirated List I’m sure that you guys remember a couple of months back when people were raising such a big stink over Spore. It wasn’t so much an issue with the game itself, but rather with the DRM which EA chose to infect protect it with. You see, EA knew this was going to be a popular title, and they wanted...
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