The Microsoft Xbone is revealed and Lusipurr.com examines every aspect of the console’s announcement; Dr. SiliconNooB and Gyme house-train Chris ‘Scooby’ Privitere, who has returned from his recent supporting role in EA’s Call of Duty Xbone tech. demo.
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.
Bioware talk monetising the consumer, Bioware reveal a drop in interest toward Mass Effect 3, and the Hyrule Historia knocks Fifty Shades of Grey from the top of Amazon’s best sellers chart in this week’s out of touch news regressions.
EA find themselves in possession of some uncommonly heavy night soil, EA give Mass Effect 3 fans a happy ending, and EA makes Lane Haygrill smug and superior in this week’s newstacular EAsy reading.
Final Fantasy XIII-2 loses its street cred, Persona 4 gains content, the ESA gains tax payer money and Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning loses seven missions – in this week’s carefully balanced news excretion.
With the release of Serious Sam 3: BFE Croteam have revolutionized DRM, sending a giant pink scorpion to hound pirates unto the point fury, setting an example for the rest of the industry to follow.
It has been discovered that many EA Online Pass titles ship with codes that are only valid for twelve or eighteen months. EA pledges free replacement codes for anyone who can figure out how to go about getting one.
Mass Effect 3 and Batman: Arkham City are the latest AAA games to adopt Online Pass DRM technology. Batman: Arkham City sets a precedent by locking portions of the single player campaign.
Activision is OK I guess. We enjoy to vilify the eponymous faceless corporation (and its jackass at large Bobby Kotick) here at Lusipurr.com, but really they are guilty of nothing more than giving consumers what they want for a price that they are obviously willing to pay. The market exhibited a voracious appetite for all more »