Alessandro wraps up Project Mirai with the final assembly and the process of watercooling.
Andy takes an in-depth look at a pre-built PC housing an RTX 3080... all for less than two grand.
More intricate work from our modding master. It's coming together.
Filters on by default for all customers.
The long slide down the slippery slope begins.
Reports have surfaced that the German government may be considering a total ban on violent videogames.
The Janus team - creators of the pro-privacy JanusVM - has announced a hardware based 'privacy adaptor' that routes all traffic across a VPN or the TOR network.
The Internet Watch Foundation has teamed up with a huge number of UK ISPs to implement a transparent proxy system designed to censor objectionable material.
Microsoft has been granted a patent on a system to scan an audio stream - live or pre-recorded - for predefined 'bad' words and automatically censor them.
Grasshopper has confirmed that the sequel to last year's No More Heroes will be getting two different UK releases.
The ESRB has stood by the M rating given to the PSP version of Manhunt 2, despite the fact the uncensored content can be unlocked.
Manhunt 2 was hit with an "AO" rating back in June. Now, Rockstar has altered the game just enough for it to get an "M" on the Wii.
The producer of Condemned 2: Bloodshot tells of how the Manhunt 2 controversy has affected the development of his game and how some parts of the game have been cut already.
Take-Two temporarily suspends plans to distribute Manhunt 2 on any platform following censorship and rating problems.
The terms of service on MySpace are getting more draconian, as the social site attempts to prevent people broadcasting inappropriate speech and forming dangerous relationships.
As graphics become increasingly realistic, the line between the game world and the real world becomes blurred. We examine the ethics of sex and violence in games and their impact on today's society.
September 16 2021 | 09:00
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