... well this feels different

78. chinese prisoners tortured in the name of gold farming

[Article first published as Chinese Prisoners Tortured for Gold Farming Operation on Blogcritics.] Gold farming is a practice that has been going on forever. If you play any MMO you know what I’m talking about. Whether it’s in World of…

77. what the hell is catherine?

[Article first published as What the Heck is Catherine? on Blogcritics.] For many months now I’ve been seeing advertisements and vague news stories about a new game called Catherine by Atlus, releasing later this year. My initial (and continued) response…

76. facebook’s failed google smear campaign was an idea that purely zucked

[Article first published as Facebook’s Google Smear Campaign Backfires with an Idea that really Zucked on Blogcritics.] Competition in business is vicious, and that can sometimes lead companies to take what I’ll call the “low road” for the sake of winning.  It’s…

75. US navy develops crowdsourced MMO to sink piracy

[Article first published as US Navy Develops MMO to Fight Pirates on Blogcritics.] Do you remember when you were a kid and your parents would tell you that just being good at video games would never amount to anything and…

74. first PSN, now SOE: Sony, WTF?

[Article first published as First PSN, now SOE: Sony’s Wounds Deepen on Blogcritics.] I spent more time this morning checking the posting dates of the articles I was reading online than I did on taking in their contents.  It seemed to me like…

73. welcome back? sony’s answer to the PSN fiasco

[Article first published as Welcome Back? Sony’s Answer to the PSN Fiasco on Blogcritics.] The current issues surrounding Sony’s little security problem have been fairly public, and can be considered the biggest issue in gaming to date this year.  If you’re not…

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