Nintendo Targets Let's Play Videos on YouTube
Company claims it doesn't want to stifle creativity as it picks Let's Play video makers' pockets.
Work on Cybersecurity Legislation Continues, Despite CISPA Stall
Like Jason Voorhees, CISPA-like legislation will rise again and again and again.
Star Wars and Doctor Who fans clash at Norwich convention
I'm going to side with the Time Lords on this one.
Nintendo’s YouTube Ad-Grab Is Playing With Fire
Game | Life
An analysis of money earned versus good will and money lost in the community.
I’m Having Trouble: Remembering
Rock, Paper, Shotgun
"Remembering is a poetic exploration game driven by sound."
Stop-motion Metroidvania The Swapper due this month on Steam
Finnish indie developer Facepalm Games' gorgeous stop-motion puzzler due May 30.
Meet the man who's been playing the same Pokémon character for a decade
How far would you go to keep your favorite videogame character alive?"
Caught you red-handed: 9 games with creative copy protection
If you’re going to use DRM, you might as well have a sense of humor about it.
An Interview with Indie Developer Alistair Aitcheson
The maker of Greedy Bankers and Slamjet Stadium talks about living the life of an indie developer.
Project Shield Not Priced to Move? No Problem for Nvidia
It wants to show hardware makers and gamers what’s possible with its Tegra 4 processor.
** ECA ACTION ALERT **
Last year, the White House threatened to veto the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) on the grounds that it would create major privacy and security vulnerabilities. CISPA has been reintroduced in the House of Representatives and it’s the exact same as last year’s version. If it was bad enough to threaten a veto then, then it should be bad enough now.
Tell President Obama to keep his promise and veto CISPA.
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