Gaming against SOPA | On a day when Wikipedia and Reddit blocked their content to protest two controversial potentially speech-squelching, Internet-mangling bills—and legislators fell over themselves dropping support for those bills—an online guild, the makers of Minecraft and FarmVille giant Zynga all made their hatred of SOPA and PIPA known.
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Before Star Wars: The Old Republic's 1.1 patch went live early this morning, player-versus-player combat on the level 50 world of Ilum was slightly broken, with more players focusing on completing non-PVP goals than fighting. More »
How's Max Payne supposed to shoot in May's Max Payne 3? How's a third-person shooter supposed to feel as good to control as a first-person shooter?
Rockstar Games delivers its answers in the video here. More »
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They-perhaps, you-wanted Kotaku to join a widespread online protest against SOPA and PIPA, two anti-piracy bills that are making their way through Congress. More »
With the North American release of Sony's next generation handheld a mere month away, commenter Yoshi Salcedo is wondering who is going with 3G and who is opting to purchase the less expensive Wifi-only version. More »
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