Nintendo’s been taking plumbing tips from Mario, then.
PlayStation, Microsoft and Nintendo are being investigated by the UK government about the fairness and legality of online gaming services like Xbox Live, PSN and Switch Online.
Despite a recruit’s claims that he was forced to work up to 120 hours per week, the New Zealand studio of publisher Gameloft has been cleared of any health and safety breaches.
Sony did not break Australian privacy laws in response to the PSN breach according to Privacy Commissioner
According to a declaration made by the Australian Privacy Commissioner, despite Sony’s delayed response in informing consumer’s of April’s PlayStation Network security breach, it has been determined that the company has not breached the nation’s Privacy Act.
If you’re one of the many Europeans eagerly awaiting the release of Double Fine’s latest title, Trenched, you’re probably wondering what the hold up is. As it turns out, they’ve been delayed by a copyright claim by the designer of the boardgame “Trench.”