In an ongoing effort to call out the PR tactic of silence which started with a focus on SimCity
, Rock Paper Shotgun points out that after the public outcry, controversy, and an apology from Deep Silver which concluded "we want to reiterate ... how deeply sorry we are, and that we are committed to making sure this will never happen again", the special edition of Dead Island: Riptide which includes a statue of a woman's severed torso silently went on sale anyway
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posted by gilrain
on Apr 25, 2013 -
Electronic Arts allegedly in talks to sell to private equity; would "do a deal for $20 a share". [NYP
] [Int. Business Times
]. The markets appear to think there's at least some substance to the rumour, as EA shares jumped more than 7% to $14 in early trades on Thursday morning and have remained at around $13.75. [Google Finance chart
posted by jaduncan
on Aug 18, 2012 -
I understand if people want to make web apps that only work on Windows based browsers. But you would think that a large games company like EA would treat others a little better than this (Proud Macintosh owners, get ready to squint).
Besides, I really want to play Majestic
, and last time I checked, a game that uses email, fax, web and AOL IM technology doesn't require Windows. : p
posted by Brilliantcrank
on Mar 8, 2001 -
"Hey there, sport! What's all the racket?" "It's The Stupid SIMulated Human Pet Tricks, Daddy!"
No really this is good. Stupid. But good. If anyone's ever wondered what some of the characters from The Sims
would look like in hokey live-action Not Ready For Television commercials, now's your chance!
This site requires the Quicktime and
Flash Player plug-ins. Be careful. This site crashed my computer once.
posted by ZachsMind
on Dec 11, 2000 -
, 78MB) has been released. Even if you're not big on video games you might want to give this one a try. *Requires a PC with 3D graphics accelerator and fast connection to download in sane amount of time.
posted by physics
on Dec 2, 2000 -