The Resident Evil series has a history of do-overs. There are, at a conservative estimate, at least four different scrapped versions of Resi 4. But that wasn’t the first time Capcom canned a game in the series.
The Chinese company best known for making knock-off Super Nintendo consoles is back again, this time with a mighty fine looking phone.
Nothing wrong here. Nope.
Found by Redditor Hulk_Pants in Egypt, this GTA V bootleg has everything on its cover (even Patrick Brown's art and the helicopter on the top left side!). According to him, it is GTA: San Andreas for the Playstation 2, with modded Trevor, Franklin and Michael skins. That's just too much effort for a bad knockoff!
Last month, Luke brought us this little nugget of gold from the interwebs called 300 Heroes—a shameless League of Legends clone that offers users a chance to play as "over 300" different heroes from various intellectual properties. Despite the fact that it's such a terrible case of copyright infringement and possible…
It wasn't official, of course, but thanks to the magic of bootleg cartridges, there was indeed a version of Nintendo's classic platformer ported to Sega's rival console.
A counterfeiter who made about £600,000 selling cartridges and discs loaded with pirated Nintendo games will do at least a year of hard time in the U.K. after being sentenced last Friday.
Justin Success Brooks—yes, success is his middle name—made about £600,000 selling cartridges and discs loaded with pirated Nintendo games from 2009 to 2011. He's now headed for the slammer, or whatever they call it in the U.K., following a guilty plea last week.
With China's stance towards video game consoles unlikely to change anytime soon Nintendo's newest home console due out later this year, the 3DS XL, will probably not see the People's Republic officially this year, but that doesn't mean Chinese consumers will be completely left out.
While looking into the issue of Nintendo potentially making the DSi's anti-piracy tech more robust, I also checked to see if it was possible that legitimate copies of DS games weren't working in the DSi.