Today's Big Story
In a follow up to our Tecmo vs. Ninjahacker editorial from a few months back, it seems a federal judge last week dismissed a lawsuit by California game maker Tecmo against the proprietors and users of the website, after the company quietly settled with the two main defendants. Read more for details ...
Check out the following new screens & trailers from SCi's 2005 E3 lineup:
Check out the following new screens from Bandai's 2005 E3 lineup:
More than 70,000 industry professionals from 79 countries gathered at the Los Angeles Convention Center for the E3. According to the Entertainment Software Association approximately 400 exhibitors occupied 547,000 net square feet of exhibit space and displayed more than 5,000 computer and video game products -- 1,000 of which made their debut. Exhibitors reported 80 percent of the 5,000 products will be found on store shelves by the 2005 holiday season.
The9 Limited and Blizzard today announced that both companies have decided to use an authorized-CD-key system for World of Warcraft in China in order to provide a stable and fair game environment and top-notch customer service for all players.
by Paul Reith on May 22, 2005 @ 4:40 a.m. PDT | Filed under Reviews
Forza Motorsport gives Xbox gamers who are passionate about cars and racing the opportunity to own, customize, and race their favorite cars in a realistic driving simulation. From sport compacts to LeMans prototypes, players use earnings from hundreds of races to buy upgrades and aftermarket parts so they can transform real production cars into high-performance race cars.
Check out the following new screens from JoWooD's 2005 E3 lineup: