Reddit users, journalists have gotten refunds after asking Sony customer service. ARS T...
Day: March 4, 2019
Spielberg feels that films like Roma should be classified as TV movies instead. ARS T...
BioWare’s latest has had a rocky launch, as optimisation problems, glitches, and server issues have kept players from enjoying the game to its fullest – and even the full experience has its limitations, as noted in our Anthem PC review. But the problems seem much worse on consoles, as the PlayStation 4 version is crashing so hard it’s shutting the entire system down.
Halo Infinite debuted at E3 last year in only the vaguest way, but that initial trailer suggested a much broader scope than we’ve seen from the series in the past. That’s backed up by comments from 343 Industries chief Bonnie Ross, who characterises the new game as a sort of “spiritual reboot” for the series – suggesting that even if the new game isn’t rewriting the lore, it is taking a step back to redefine what Halo can be.
Rainbow Six Siege’s latest season is nearly ready for deployment to the live game, and while the Technical Test Server has given us a lengthy preview of Operation Burnt Horizon, there are some notable differences in what we’re getting when the patch hits on March 6. Ubisoft has made an addendum to the patch notes explaining exactly what else is changing.
The developers of an upcoming multiplayer Skyrim mod have apologised over accusations that they used another modding team’s code without permission or attribution. In an update posted yesterday, the developers of Skyrim Together apologised to the team behind Skyrim Script Extender over “the use of protected code.”
Last week, THQ Nordic hosted an ‘ask me anything’ on the 8chan imageboard. The reasons why this was a bad idea are too numerous to list – perhaps the most egregious is that the site was delisted from Google for discussion of child abuse and links to child porn. Now, the CEO of THQ Nordic’s parent company has issued a formal apology for the incident.
Security researchers have finally, with “high confidence,” linked a previously discovered global cyber espionage campaign targeting critical infrastructure around the world to a North Korean APT hacking group.