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Hi, this is Russell, Englishman in Canada, and I want to take issue with video game piracy.
After having a polite discussion with one of our admin’s earlier this week about what was acceptable when it came to duplicating videogame software, I was encouraged to take to the stormy seas, otherwise known as the world wide web, to search out the legal ins and out of the subject at hand. As I began my search, I had all the laws and loopholes taught to me by my peers at a young age (the PSOne era) embedded firmly in my head and decided to start checking up on a few of these ‘facts’. I will tell you now that what I’ve found is a much tighter bind than I was even expecting, a lot of stuff users and gamers may do are in fact illegal in the eyes of the law.
Following are a few myths I was taught as fact that I am now going to dispel for you guys, in hope that I can inform and educate you and, in the immortal words of Ice-T, please, ‘Don’t hate the player, hate the game’.
Kevin Tancharoen, creator of Mortal Kombat: Legacy, a popular web series based on the game, has announced on Youtube that his team are working on a second series. This is backed up by a number of positive tweets on his twitter page. Following is the rather comical announcment trailer, but I would like to say that if you haven’t yet seen the first Mortal Kombat: Legacy series and are a fan of the game check it out because it is outstanding!
Hideo Kojima director of Kojima Productions and director of the Metal Gear Solid games announced in a Japanese publication this week that MGS4 would be receaving a trophy support patch this coming August in line with Japanese budget release …
Any Borderlanders out there eagerly awaiting Borderlands 2 this summer? I guess there’s probably one or two of you…
Gearbox today announced on their Borderlands facebook page that Borderlands 2 would detect saved games from the first Borderlands and …
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Hi, my names Russell and I’m an Englishman in Canada. My life at the moment has two fundamental flaws:
- 1. I’m addicted to games. Not just to playing them, but to owning them. I must have games!
- 2. I’m broke. I have a son on the way, and I’m not exactly the most well paid individual this side of the old pond.
I have, however, found several ways to tackle these obstacles and, over the course of time, I have saved what is quite possibly a small fortune. I would like to share my tips of frugal gaming with the rest of you, whether it’s because you’re like me and just can’t afford the rising costs of games, or because you’re young and rich and want more games than you’ll ever be able to play!
In my bumblings around the internet I found this, so have done a little research. This is a showcase of Square Enix’s ‘Lumionous Engine’ which was created for “next generation quality games”. The video shown is supposedly real time rather than pre-rendered which if true is very exciting, I also wonder if by ‘next generation’ Square means consoles or simply game quality over the next year or so?
I understand that this was shown at E3 but frankly I missed it, even when trawling through various E3 trailers, so this post is just incase any of you guys missed it too! Check out the video after the jump.