Tag Archives: madness
Fri, Jul 29, 2011 | 03:28 BST
The undaunted Tim Langdell has claimed a High Court ruling dismissing his trademark claims against Future was riddled with errors.
Thu, Jul 21, 2011 | 21:55 BST
Following a bizarre internet kerfuffle in which the Eat, Sleep, Play boss was accused of hating on Battlefield 3, David Jaffe has told VG247 he loves DICE and expects the game to be brilliant.
Wed, Oct 20, 2010 | 06:25 BST
Land of the free.
Thu, Nov 26, 2009 | 13:43 GMT
Superannuation‘s posted a couple of videos of Sony’s E3 efforts in 2003 and 2004, and if you ever wanted to see a clear indication of just what “console war” meant at E3′s peak, look no further. Get them after the break.
For the record, 2003 was the year Sony announced PSP. The scale of what’s happening there is just insane. And shameful. And amazing. See for yourself.
Mon, May 11, 2009 | 15:38 BST
According to figures released by Nintendo today, one of every five Japanese people owns a DS.
The company has sold 26.1 million units in the nation, to a population of 127 million.
Bonkers. Thanks, Kotaku.
Thu, Oct 02, 2008 | 12:11 BST
It’s a six-mode WiiWare game which, according to that piece, offer “the simplicity of catch ball for between one and four players.”
Without stating the bleeding obvious: WHY DON’T YOU THROW A BALL AROUND WITH YOUR FRIENDS INSTEAD?
The world’s gone mad. More through the link. Official site’s here. It’s out in December. Balls, however, are available from most commercial centres on a global level all year round.
Tue, Jul 15, 2008 | 11:33 BST
Sat, Jun 28, 2008 | 09:58 BST
Mon, Jan 28, 2008 | 20:37 GMT
America’s Parent Television Council has made a stand against ESA’s recent announcement that it intends to lobby on Capitol Hill, saying that any official seen by the organisation as taking favours from the games industry will be denounced as being opposed to family values. Measured.
“Let me be clear of our intentions: Any public servant who cashes a check from the video game industry will be exposed by the PTC as taking a stand against families,” said PTC president Tim Winter. “His or her actions will be communicated to constituents in his or her congressional district.”
The PTC’s move indicates an escalation in the controversy surrounding the status of the games industry in the US, and is further evidence of the rift between Americans people that aren’t mad and those that can happily consider an entire entertainment industry as ‘anti-family’.
“The video game industry continues to fight meaningful accountability for selling inappropriate material to children,” added Winter. “The industry has been exposed repeatedly for its reprehensible behavior and now they are looking for ways to buy friends in the government.”