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.
Announced only a week after…
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.