Archive for the ‘Entertainment’ Category



The higher you are, the farther you fall

Everyone knows that there are a lot of ignorant people in the movie/music industry. It has for a long time annoyed me and most other customer of the movie/music industry that the industry’s only response to piracy is legal prosecution of downloaders instead of actually providing the digital global, DRM-free, and platform independent services we […]

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DRM: Finally a step in the right direction?

It seems the DRM debate finally is taking a step in the right direction and that some publishers are finally understanding their customers. EA recently annonced that The Sims 3 will be shipped without “DRM methods that feel overly invasive or leave you concerned about authorization server access in the distant future”. What this means […]

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World of Goo

World of Goo Trailer 2 Director’s CutUploaded by 2dboy The great game World of Goo has just gotten a Linux release. World of Goo is a cute construction game which is somewhat similar to Bridge Builder but just so much more. It has a nice story and very entertaining game play. It has currently a […]

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Most anticipated games of the first third of 2009

After a great fall with plenty of new games I still have a backlog consisting of Fallout 3, Dead Space (360), Red Alert 3, X3 Terran Conflict, and Sins of a Solar Empire together with a couple of older games like Assassins Creed (360), Hitman Blood Money (360) and Call of Duty 4 Modern Warfare […]

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