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Witcher Success linked to Lack of DRM Respect for Gamers CD Projekt

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The development team at CD Projekt RED working on The Witcher series believes that one of the reasons for the success of the franchise, apart from the gameplay and the story, is the way the studio has interacted with gamers and showed them respects over time. Recently, Andrzej Kwiatkowski; One of the designers on the series told Examiner that his company always wants gamers to get as much value...

Yoshi’s New Island Review UGNN Ultra Gaming News Network

Yoshis New Island Review

The Story: Yoshi’s New Island takes place immediately after Yoshi’s Island where a stork delivers twins Baby Mario and Baby Luigi to a couple in the Mushroom Kingdom assumed to be their parents. The opening of Yoshi’s New Island reveals that the stork had delivered the babies to the wrong couple. The stork reclaims the babies and sets off to locate their real parents, but is am...

ZombiU is coming to PS4 Xbox One PC as Zombi

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One of the best Survival Horror games of recent years and one of the best experiences on the Wii U is finally coming to PS4, Xbox One & PC. When the Wii U launched in 2012; There was a distinct lack of titles for the most recent Nintendo console however one of the launch titles became the most talked about for it’s horrifying experiences and was even seen as a return to true survival horr...

Computer Mouse Inventor Dies

Computer Mouse Inventor Dies

U.S. technology visionary Douglas Engelbart, who revolutionized computing with the invention of the mouse, has died at the age of 88. Engelbart first demonstrated his invention, along with video teleconferencing, at a computer conference in San Francisco in 1968, where other experts gave him a standing ovation. Two years later, he won a patent on the mouse, a wood box with two metal wheels in ...

Europe Gets Tougher on Cybercriminals

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Tougher penalties for a wide range of cybercrimes have been agreed by European politicians. A draft directive outlining minimum jail terms for some crimes was adopted by the European Parliament on 4 July. The directive says those found guilty of running a botnet of hijacked home computers should serve at least three years in jail. It also seeks to improve co-operation between member states to...

Europe Gets Tougher on Cybercriminals

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Tougher penalties for a wide range of cybercrimes have been agreed by European politicians. A draft directive outlining minimum jail terms for some crimes was adopted by the European Parliament on 4 July. The directive says those found guilty of running a botnet of hijacked home computers should serve at least three years in jail. It also seeks to improve co-operation between member states to...