Two lawsuits have been filed in South Korea, challenging the Shutdown Law as unconstitutional. The law prohibits those under sixteen from playing games for a nightly six hour block so they can do more constructive things. Parents and teenagers with a Korean organization representing culture filed a suit claiming the law doesn’t take into account the parental right to educate their children. The other lawsuit was filed by NCsoft, Neowiz, and Nexon, also claiming the Shutdown Law is unjust. More on Kotaku.
This is more than just a new way of fighting in gyms.
The in-engine gameplay demo for Beyond Good and Evil 2 shown to the press at E3 2017 is now available for viewing.
Overwatch PTR patch: several changes made to highlights, duplicates from Loot Boxes "drastically" reduced
The Overwatch team is currently testing some of the highlight reel changes promised back in May, and you can help things move along by hopping onto the Public Test Realm (PTR). And in more good news: Blizzard is “drastically reducing the amount of duplicates” you’ll find in Loot Boxes.
A Texas jury has reached a verdict in the ZeniMax vs Oculus lawsuit, awarding Bethesda’s parent company half a billion dollars.
According to the Hague, catching them all doesn’t mean Pokemon GO players should wander onto protected beaches.
Mega Man Online was been officially kerb-stomped by Capcom in November, but the move was only just made public by a spokesperson from developer Neowiz.
Bless Online shots, showing off the lovely Unreal Engine 3-powered MMORPG, have been released by Neowiz to go along with the trailer released yesterday. It’s eye-candy to say the least. Hopefully we can get a solid release date on it soon.