Sega cons Steam users, Street Fighter II is being re-released for the SNES, and Nintendo is allowing publishers to get away with murder in the news of the week!
Gaming moves forward into the future. However, the digital revolution leaves an unsettling picture. Eventually, the technology used to provide gaming as it is will become obsolete and little is being done to preserve the games that are played today.
Mel questions if some of the industry’s most popular features are actually doing us more harm than good.
Gyme has a friend that has a huge Xboner for Microsoft’s upcoming console. Just what does the other side of humanity think of the next era of the console war? Gyme endures his friend’s lunacy to find out.
Microsoft doubles down on failure, Sony doubles down on their responsiveness to core gamers, and Double Fine doubles down on its fineness in the news of the week
Destructoid writer is fired for telling the truth, Square Enix are to shun consoles in favour of social gaming development, and EA announces the end of ‘online passes’ in the news of the week.
The past year has seen companies both impose more restrictive DRM and abandon it. After learning about the unique anti-piracy in Game Dev Tycoon, KillswitchTool decided to take a look at the fine line companies tread when implementing DRM.
Square Enix discloses the sales-targets for Eidos’ ‘failures’, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is leaked early due to DRM exploits, and Resident Evil: Revelations HD charges players for ‘Raid Mode’ DLC/’Season pass’ in the news of the week.
EA once again prevailed and took home their second consecutive Golden Poo award. KillswitchTool aims to be the first to congratulate them, but also to ponder if they really are America’s worst company.
Last week EA did what they do best: screw gamers without remorse. This week, KillswitchTool looks at why SimCity is just another reason the industry needs to experience a colossal crash and be reborn as something nicer to its consumers.