Entries in 'piracy' (239)
Football Manager clothing can help Sports Interactive make money in markets where it does not sell any games.
UK residents are now able to access The Pirate Bay using a dedicated web browser designed by the controversial organisation.
Retailer GAME has chosen to highlight Ouya’s emulation functionality as part of its promotion for the console.
In what is being described as “an innovative new strategy”, a new Intellectual Property Crime Unit has been formed to help fight UK piracy.
The Entertainment Software Association served 3.4m takedown notices for copyright infringement in 2012, according to a recently released annual report from the organization.
A significant study by a group of universities has downplayed the significance of video games piracy.
Pirated games can now be played on the Wii U, a group of modders have claimed.
Sony has filed a patent for a process that would measure products’ load times against a benchmark to determine legitimacy.
Those found to be playing Gears of Wars: Judgement early can expect a swift can of whoop-ass courtesy of Xbox 360 platform holder Microsoft.
Yes, you read the headline correctly – The Pirate Bay has threatened to sue a rival website over an alleged case of copyright infringement.
Having held out for the best part of two years, Nintendo’s 3DS seems to have sadly succumbed to pirates.
Nintendo’s Wii U hasn’t even been out for two weeks in the UK and hackers are already enjoying early success in cracking the console.
Online payment company PayPal has begun cutting off accounts connected to Usenet services.
A case of closing the stable doors after the horse has bolted?
FM 2013 is Sports Interactive’s most ambitious game yet. And if it can stay piracy-free for a few weeks, next year’s title will be even greater.
A number of EA Origin users have reportedly had their accounts compromised.
Consumers who use the new PS3 lv0 bootloader key to play games illegally online are being banned from PSN.
Football Manager 2013 had more staff than ever working on it… because last year’s version was piracy free for two weeks.
Kim Dotcom’s return to online file-sharing may prove to be an even rougher ride than he expected.
The successor to now shut file-sharing site Megaupload has been revealed by controversial figure Kim Dotcom.
The creator of the superb indie hit Hotline Miami has offered technical support to those who pirate his game.
A request from the British Phonographic Industry for ISPs to block access to three additonal torrent sharing sites has been rebuffed.
The creators of Megaupload have vowed that its replacement will effectively be bullet proof.
Permanent Xbox Live bans are being handed out to Xbox 360 owners who have illegally pirated Halo 4.
Microsoft is investigating how code for unreleased shooter Halo 4 has made it onto the internet.