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EA’s Origin Service Contains Security Exploit

EA’s Origin Service Contains Security Exploit Will the problems never end for the beleaguered Origin platform? Last week at the Black Hat security conference in Amsterdam it was revealed that Origin has a security vulnerability that would allow attackers to easily compromise an end user’s machine. From what I can tell the attack isn’t even...
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EA Reveals Choices Of Free Games To SimCity Players

EA Reveals Choices Of Free Games To SimCity Players The release of SimCity was quite a bit of a failure, wasn’t it? After the servers all crashed on day one, the news just got worse and worse, from the reveal that the always-on DRM isn’t exactly necessary, to the fact that the company has been censoring instances of the customer care number. The...
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Review – GX Gaming Gila Mouse

Review – GX Gaming Gila Mouse When considering a new component for your gaming machine, brand is often an important factor. After all, you’re probably going to want to go with a brand that has a history of making solid products, rather than possibly spending a lot of cash on something that ends up being sub-par. It’s for...
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EA Censors Support Number On Sim City Forums

EA Censors Support Number On Sim City Forums The gaming industry is full of trends, whether it be the influx of FPS games. The surprising number of downloadable tower defense games (seriously, there are tons), and more recently, really really bad customer relations. With Ocean Marketing’s memorable debacle, sending threats to customers, Randy...
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Next Version Of Surgeon Simulator 2013 To Feature Brain Surgery

Next Version Of Surgeon Simulator 2013 To Feature Brain Surgery Do you remember Surgeon Simulator 2013? It’s the delightfully fun game developed over a weekend for the Global Game Jam where you’re tasked with performing a heart transplant. The only problem, of course, is that you’re not actually a transplant surgeon, but the janitor. If you enjoyed that...
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New Video Surfaces Showing SimCity’s Debug Mode [Rumor]

New Video Surfaces Showing SimCity’s Debug Mode [Rumor] I won’t lie: as a game I like SimCity. But besides the obvious always-online connection problems there are a few other issues with the game. For one, the cities themselves are a bit too small, which gets aggravating when the game keeps yelling at you to zone some more residential districts. The fact...
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Maxis Insider Claims That SimCity Can, Indeed, Run Without A Server

Maxis Insider Claims That SimCity Can, Indeed, Run Without A Server It’s been a week since SimCity came out and started crashing servers all over the place, and what a week it has been! But you can’t blame EA for making the game online-only, right? After all, according to EA representatives the game offloads a “significant amount of the calculations”...
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Review – Thermaltake Level 10 M Mouse

Review – Thermaltake Level 10 M Mouse A few years ago, Thermaltake made waves when they teamed up with BMW for their Level 10 case. With completely separate chambers for your motherboard, power supply, hard drives, and optical drives, it was something that the world had never really seen. They ended up expanding their “Level” series by...
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