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  • Blog Post: Original Madden Programmer Wins Lawsuit Against EA

    After a three day deliberation, a Californian jury awarded Robin Antonick – the original designer Madden NFL – more than $11 million dollars in damages after EA failed to pay the programmer royalties for the series. Earlier this year , Antonick filed a suit against EA for using software he... More
  • Blog Post: Free Character Transfers Coming To Rift

    Trion Worlds will be letting players move their characters and guilds for free when the 1.3 update to the game hits later this summer. Once the update is live, you'll be able to move each one of your characters along with his or her items, stats, and achievements to a new server once a week. Guild... More
  • Blog Post: House Of The Dead: Overkill Sequel Rumored

    Hook it up, Sega. I don't know how to put this into any stronger words: This would be the best possible thing you could do. Ever. The best light gun shooter game ever could be getting a sequel. NintendoLife is crediting unnamed "sources close to Sega" as saying that House of the Dead: Overkill... More
  • Blog Post: How Big Is DotA?

    Big enough to climb the charts in Scandinavia. This insane 2006 club jam by Swedish DJ Basshunter topped out at position 2 in Finland, 7 in Denmark and Norway, and 9 in Holland (presumably because the Dutch have a certain appreciation for madness). We have entered the future, my friends. Europeans have... More
  • Blog Post: Relic Finally Drops Games For Windows Live

    The upcoming Dawn of War II standalone expansion, Retribution, uses Valve's Steamworks for its authentication and networking services rather than relying on the stillborn Games For Windows Live infrastructure. The one developer whose games were good enough to make me deal with that awful interface... More
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