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The creator of the family friendly tower defense game Childhood’s End has had to make changes to his game after Apple has said that his game is a tool for pedophiles. “The Apple rep at first asked me what the purpose of the app was supposed to be,” Pixel Brain’s Steve Hunn told Eurogamer in an email. “I didn’t understand what she was getting at and said something along the lines of ‘its just a game – I want people to play it’. “She then asked me if I knew about Pedobear. I quickly put […]

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Aasif Mandvi interviews a family that learned an expensive lesson about bringing fish back to life. The Daily Show with Jon StewartGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Political Humor & Satire Blog,The Daily Show on Facebook Link for the Canadians. Via reddit. Tweet

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I understand that video game publishers do not like the used game market. This is mostly due to the fact that they do not get any revenue from said sales. I have never understood why this could not happen as game retailers know when they’ve sold a used copy and could easily ship a percentage of the sale off to the publisher. Capcom, however, has taken a step to try to kill the used game market, which will, eventually, drive more people into piracy. It’s been confirmed that Resident Evil: Mercenaries 3D for the Nintendo […]

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Bioware forum poster, Arno, recently had his account suspended by EA for 72 hours because he complained on their forums. Arno could not even play his Dragon Age II game in single player mode because the DRM that comes with the game won’t allow it unless you connect to the server first. So what did Arno do that was so wrong? He said this: On EA Live Chat they told me that that I said: “Have you sold your souls to the EA devil?” While this is hardly worth banning someone for three days over, […]

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Info-film explaining the origin of the UK’s nationwide Curfew. The Curfew, a new adventure webgame from Channel 4 and Littleloud, written by Kieron Gillen, released Summer 2010. Tweet

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