Tag Archives: petition
Tue, Jul 23, 2013 | 03:40 BST
A petition asking Rockstar to release a PC version of Grand Theft Auto 5 is gaining momentum.
Wed, Jul 03, 2013 | 22:10 BST
Nintendo is being asked by protesters to remove region restrictions on Wii U and 3Ds, as part of a campaign that has secured over 12,000 petition signatures.
Thu, Jun 06, 2013 | 22:07 BST
In response to a comment from a CCP staffer, PCGamesN has put together a petition calling for the release of EVR, the Oculus Rift-enabled dogfighting sim demonstrated at EVE FanFest this year. All signs indicate EVR is nearly as sweet as the throes of first love, so get on that. Check out a trailer for the 6v6 title through the break.
Sun, Mar 10, 2013 | 23:15 GMT
Over 58,000 signatures have been added to a Change.org petition calling for the removal of DRM from SimCity. “Remove ‘Always Online’ DRM from SimCity and future games,” is the movement’s simple request, along with a comment about how “millions” of players expect single-player games to work when they want them to work. I’m not sure how efficacious the petition will be in this era of connected, social-heavy games, but it’s worth remembering that noisy fans convinced BioWare to issue an extended ending for Mass Effect 3, and Maxis has said it’s “definitely looking into” the possibility of an offline mode.
Thu, Jul 05, 2012 | 22:02 BST
Apparently there will be no females in the multiplayer portion of Aliens: Colonial Marines. Ripley and Vasquez are not amused.
Wed, Mar 14, 2012 | 20:43 GMT
Fans demanding BioWare change the ending of Mass Effect 3 have decided to prove their seriousness with a charity fundraiser.
Mon, Jan 09, 2012 | 06:38 GMT
Namco Bandai’s call for a show of support for a PC port of masochistic RPG Dark Souls had drawn massive interest.
Tue, Oct 20, 2009 | 14:10 BST
Blizzards announced in June that LAN play was to be left out of the RTS, as it wanted instead to push all multiplay through the soon-to-be-relaunched Battle.net.
In other petition news, the MW2 dedicated server petition is now approaching 100,000 names. Go internet, etc.
Mon, Sep 07, 2009 | 08:12 BST
Japanese Xbox 360 owners have started a petition over arguments that they were test subjects in a 360 “beta release” of Tales of Vesperia: once a 360 exclusive, but now is coming to the PlayStation 3 in Japan very soon.
Some of the the demands of the petition, already signed by 550 out of a targeted 1,000, are:
“The games should not be dispersed across multiple platforms, they should be consolidated onto one platform [i.e. Xbox 360].
The games should be complete and properly made.
From now on, the porting of titles like Tales of Symphonia and Tales of Vesperia should be abolished.
An official apology should be made to Xbox 360 users for the abnormal number of additions made to Vesperia only a year after its Xbox 360 release.
That’ll be nothing compared to the PS3 fanboys lining up outside Square, when they announce FFXV as a 360 exclusive.
More at Sankaku Complex.
Tue, Jul 28, 2009 | 07:37 BST
According to this Gamezine report, a petition opposed to the ban of violent games in Germany has forced a government hearing on the matter, having crossed a 50,000 signature threshold.
The number of users adding their names to the document now totals more than 64,000.
The petition asks that the German government “should decide against the decision of the interior minister conference from the 5th of June, that aims for a [banning] of action computer games.”
There’s more detail here.
Tue, Jul 14, 2009 | 07:34 BST
StarCraft II will only be playable competitively through the next version of Battle.Net.
The game has no release date as yet.
Fri, Jul 10, 2009 | 13:28 BST
Here’s what they’re putting their name to. Translation supplied to VG247 by EG.de:
The German Bundestag should decide against the decision of the interior minister conference from the 5th of June, that aims for a [banning] of action computer games.
As an adult citizen and a person eligible to vote, I beg your firmly…
- to erase the irritating and discriminating term of “killerspiele” [killer game] from political discussion.
- to strengthen the trust of the public in existing national youth protection mechanics.
- to improve and warrant the execution of existing laws, that ensure kids and the youth only get access to videogames and computer games rating according the USK.
- to support parents and educationally responsible persons in the advancement of media competence.
- to promote the computer games and videogames industry in Germany and especially the training of these promising professions.
A ban on the production and distribution of “killer games” in Germany is looking very real, with the country’s 16 Interior Ministers now asking the Bundestag to put the move into effect before elections on September 27.