Review Hitman 2 Review
Network drive failures, audio issues abound.
Pledges to restore invalidated Pro licences.
They don't cover consoles, though.
Vote for the game you want for free.
A year to the day, oddly enough.
No more treating them as a rebate.
Gamers in Myanmar get blocked.
For 10 per cent, mind you.
'Too ambitious' in its hiring practices.
Old game broken? That's likely why.
Breaks older games in the process.
Free upgrade, but not a free licence.
Origin-sourced keys returned to owners.
Cross-border gifting and trading blocked.
The three-year cycle begins anew.
Pirated copies of the Sims 4 include special glitch that censors the screen.
Feature not dead and gone, it seems.
FSF unimpressed with Mozilla's excuses.
Digital distributor Good Old Games has launched a spring sale featuring deep discounts and limited availability of each title.
GOG has dropped plans to introduce regional pricing on its titles following customer feedback.
Sony would be surprised if third-party publishers wanted to push for game-access limiting DRM features.
Following the server issues that have locked several Sim City players out of the new game, EA is offering a free game by way of apology.
Sony has published a patent that details a method of benchmarking software to check if it's pirated. Possibly for use with the PS4.
PC exclusive will require Valve's Steam client.
Ubisoft has abandoned its DRM measures, allowing gamers to enjoy PC games without a persistent internet connection.
Microsoft has simplified its licensing language, but has also ditched the activation grace period.
Ubisoft has entered the digital distribution market.
Ubisoft has admitted that its Uplay software includes a serious security vulnerability.