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How The Sky Fell: An Ethical Tale of Hello Games

The tale of No Mans Sky and how it became one of the biggest cluster-messes in recent gaming history is a long and winding one. One that was alluded to in my previous article on the hacking of Hello Games email accounts. There is so much to the exact nature of this series of events however that could not have possibly been contained in that one short article. Continue reading How The Sky Fell: An Ethical Tale of Hello Games

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GAME’s Sony VR Demo Charge Angers Consumers

Consumers in the UK today voiced their displeasure over being charged money to demo the new Playstation VR headset.

Sony has recently launched a UK-wide free demo tour of it’s new VR headset. Though the word “free” seems to be somewhat misleading in this case. GAME, the retailer hosting the country-wide tour, has opted to charge potential consumers for getting a demo of the new technology.

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