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It may have flopped commercially, but Bulletstorm is still a fantastic FPS.
One dead, two hospitalised.
Seeks injunction against sale.
Major push to get the game out of the door.
Lawyer vows to appeal.
Proclaims innocence, naturally.
Fails to adhere to FRAND guidelines.
Parent company defaults on loans.
An online-only MMO version of Civilization is being developed in Korea to target the Asian market.
Hynix has announced a deal with SK Group and a new name: SK Hynix.
Up to 11,000 PCs attack key South Korean websites.
Crytek, makers of Crysis and Far Cry, have announced a new multiplayer shooter.
We chat to Blizzard's Frank Pearce about piracy, mods and the relevance of e-sports in Europe.
Mobile communications giant Qualcomm has been hit with a record fine by South Korean antitrust authorities over claims of anticompetitive behaviour.
The chairman of Korean tech giant Samsung has had his offices raided as part of an investigation into nepotism, bribery, and misappropriated funds at the corporation.
Last time it was Tim and Richard who were lucky enough to grab a look at Crysis and they came back with some slightly controversial thoughts. Now we send Joe into the multiplayer beta to find out what he thinks about the best-looking PC game ever.
Mercenaries 2: World in Flames has now been officially delayed according to the folks over at Pandemic Studios and won't be available until Q1 2008.
Yesterday, Sony announced an 80GB version of the PlayStation 3, which will initially only be on sale in South Korea.
Blizzard announce definite plans to make StarCraft 2 and promise a new product announcement soon in Korea
Two spammers from South Korea have been arrested on suspicion of sending out 1.6 billion unsolicited emails over a four month period.
A dedicated (too dedicated!) Korean gamer has dropped dead after a marathon session of StarCraft.
February 19 2021 | 17:15
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