EA has been buying up all sorts of domain names related to the phrase “Supreme Heroes”. Regular domain watchdog Fusible turned up 11 different registrations made on March 5, all of which are empty at present. The registrations were made openly under EA’s details rather than masked by a dummy registrant, so we can probably expect some enlightenment soon.
Arekkz dissects the E3 gameplay footage for more details.
Ebay scalpers offer pre-orders for SNES Classic at more than double the price after units sell out at retail
I’m not saying these eBay scalpers are monsters, but they’re monsters.
GymHuntr scans for raids and lets you know which team owns your local gyms.
Sony Pictures has registered thelastofusmovie.net, which naturally has sparked speculation that a film adaptation of the already strongly cinematic PlayStation 3 exclusive is on the way. Try not to get too excited; it may just be a defensive purchase. There have been no whispers suggesting such a thing is on the way, but these things […]
Trion Worlds, its CEO Scott Hartsman, and regular registrar Mark Monitor have all made a number of domain registrations related to the word “Trove”. Fusible spotted the registrations, which include variants like PlayTrove.com and TroveGame.com. All the domains have been transferred to Trion Worlds’ own domain server, too. No word on what this could mean, […]