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Nathan Grayson speaks to EA CCO Richard Hilleman on everything from social games to the PC revival, through SOPA to new portable hardware – and more.
Despite the reluctance of many of its member companies, the ESA apparently spent up to $190,000 in support of the Protect IP Act last year. Kotaku turned up
Anarchistic Internet activist group Anonymous has Sony in its sights again, but doesn’t want to repeat the end user fallout of last year’s PSNgate incident.
Microsoft just announced that Metal Slug 7 will be running and gunning onto XBLA. The game will be loaded with “new missions, new weapons, colossal new bosses, new game modes, and new Slugs to pilot.” No release date, though. More as it comes. By Nathan Grayson
Don’t arch your eyebrows skeptically at us; we’re only the messenger. Do, however, allow your piercing gaze to land on Square Enix, who may have a Wii port of a cell phone game waiting in the wings. The rumor stems from a comment made by Square Enix’s master of all things FFIV, Takashi Tokita. In […]
Don’t worry, everyone; the Internet is safe. This unrealistically tantalizing piece of hearsay is totally bunk, according to G4. “We currently do not have anything planned in conjunction with Microsoft for September 25,” a G4 rep told Kotaku. “I can’t speak for Microsoft but can say we do not have anything planned.” We’re as shocked […]