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Review: Race The Sun
by Kenton Winkfield [ Thursday, 13th of March 2014 - 05:00 PM ]
We sit down and review Race The Sun from Flippfly on Steam. What's more fun than a futile high speed chase to keep yourself from dying? The gentlemen at Flippfly have given us just that with Race The Sun, a simple yet difficult racing game where you must avoid walls, spires, fish, blocks, and even shadows to delay your imminent death. Flippfly is an indie game studio that was started by two brothers in 2012. Their experience in both web design and video game programming has led them to create amazing works of video gaming art that haven't been seen before. Read More...
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The Best DRM I've Ever Seen
by Matt Waitt [ Wednesday, 7th of December 2011 - 10:26 PM ]
In the world of Digital Rights Management (DRM) there have been a lot of cruel and unusual punishments for those who dare pirate video games; even punishment for paying customers because of some random glitch or what not. So in my travels around the internet I've stumbled upon what could be the greatest DRM scheme ever: An Immortal, Insanely fast pink scorpion. That's right. For those who pirate Croteam's Serious Sam 3: BFE, they will find themselves, from the opening of the game, fighting off an immortal pink scorpion that does not stop attacking until you die. Read More...
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SEGA Embraces DRM For Alpha Protocol
by Brian Goodman [ Wednesday, 14th of April 2010 - 05:37 PM ]
SEGA, according to Eurogamer, has reported its intent to make use of the Uniloc DRM for its PC release of Alpha Protocol, despite past issues regarding the software. SEGA will be joining the growing group of publishers who have begun using intrusive authentication software in the name of protecting their PC releases. Since the inception of PC gaming publishers have been trying to find effective ways to balance protection against theft and unobtrusive gameplay experiences. How many people remember the funny picture wheel with older Lucas Arts games, or the frequently used “what’s the 4th word on the 9th line of page 36 of the manual” chestnut? Read More...
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