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The Soapbox: The road (much) less traveled {Massively}

Apr 26th 2011 4:22PM @Apakal

I'm thinking you don't know what hypocrisy means.

The Daily Grind: What do you think about stealth? {Massively}

Apr 19th 2011 9:26AM Love it when I'm using it, hate it when someone uses it on me.

A lot of powerful skills are like that though :)

The Daily Grind: If you could ask a dev any question and get a straight answer, what would it be? {Massively}

Apr 18th 2011 9:46AM To whoever is managing UO these days: With the success of the EQ progression server, why aren't you trying something similar? Can I please play ANY version of your game before someone came up with the brilliant idea to put ninjas into a fantasy MMO?

Gears of War 3 multiplayer design video preps us for beta {Joystiq}

Apr 13th 2011 12:00PM @Schlecht

You can teabag by going in and out of cover repeatedly, if I remember correctly.

Blizzcon 2011 tickets on sale (briefly) in May {Joystiq}

Apr 13th 2011 11:22AM @PornOfBabylon

Ya I'm hoping for a big announcement as well. Last year was lacking in that department.

The Daily Grind: What's your favorite part of your favorite game? {Massively}

Apr 13th 2011 9:54AM Favorite game is one I quit playing long ago but... Player housing in UO. Getting to loot someone else's house because they thought it was a good idea to keep a key AND a rune to the house in their bag.

Sony and PlayStation 3 jailbreaker George Hotz settle out of court {Joystiq}

Apr 11th 2011 12:45PM @Brother Unit No 4

GeoHotz gets to not spend thousands on legal fees.

Sony avoids the chance that a disastrous precedent is set.

I can't believe that some people here think Sony won this one. If a mega-corporation settles with a small-time defendant like this it's because they're worried about the outcome of the case. GeoHotz couldn't "give" Sony anything -- what Sony wanted was a precedent that would deter people from messing around with Sony products. This is Sony going out with a whimper.

BBC suggests gold farming may bolster poorer economies {Massively}

Apr 8th 2011 12:38PM @SolitudeZero

No one is going to bother filing a lawsuit against a foreign defendant for $2,000.

MMObility: Battle of the browsers {Massively}

Mar 30th 2011 1:46PM @Beau Hindman

Hard to go somewhere else when a service provider holds a de facto monopoly in your area.

Also, your own website has reported on providers throttling back on known bandwith hogs like WoW. You can't just "pay the price" because throttling isn't the same as capping.