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G2A’s Reddit AMA didn’t go down too well

G2A is often the centre of plenty of controversy, the grey market key seller has been accused of plenty, from hurting indie developers to knowingly selling stolen keys. While G2A has made some steps to make itself more accessible to developers and clamp down on dodgy sellers, the company’s reputation still …

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ASUS, Valve, Capcom and others under investigation in EU for price fixing

ASUS has been named as one of three hardware companies currently under investigation by the European Commission for potential anti-competitive practices. It is looking into whether ASUS, Denon and Marantz and Philips and Pioneer, restricted the pricing options of online retailers, forcing the cost of consumer electronics and other items, to …

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Government committee criticises watchdogs over UK data breaches

The British government and its watchdogs are doing a poor job of protecting citizens and companies from online attacks, according to the public accounts committee. It also criticised a confusing system for reporting breaches, which painted an inconsistent picture of the current state of Britain’s digital security. Despite cyber attacks …

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Snapchat IPO could see company valued at $25 billion

Snapchat has released details of its plans for its initial public offering (IPO), which if successful as analysts claim, could see it valued at more than $25 billion. This would cement it as one of the world’s leading technology firms and provide its founder, Evan Spiegel, with enough funds to …

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Real Rocket League toy-cars coming soon

They won’t have rocket power in their rear, or be able to double jump and flip, but the upcoming range of “pull-back” racers inspired by Rocket League will be faithful to the original car designs. Zag toys is set to create 12 miniatures taken straight from the game, with a …

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Denuvo responds to Resident Evil 7’s speedy crack

Earlier this week, we learned that cracking groups had already managed to circumvent Denuvo’s anti-tamper technology in Resident Evil 7, opening the game up to pirates less than a week after its final release. This was surprising as up until now, Denuvo has traditionally taken months to crack for new …

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Banner Saga 3 adds playable Dredge stretch goal

The Banner Saga 3, Stoic’s final chapter in its epic, Nordic ‘saga’ has been fully funded on Kickstarter and that means stretch goals. One that’s now been put on the table, is something fans of the previous two games have been asking for forever: playable Dredge. All that’s needed for …

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Japan to get creepy, Nier Automota PS4 to celebrate launch

To celebrate the upcoming launch of action adventure game, Nier: Automota, Sony is launching a special edition of its PlayStation 4 console with a creepy looking cover. The large, smiling, moon face covers one whole side panel of the console and comes with a downloadable wallpaper to make the carpet …

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Rainbow Six: Siege’s next DLC operator revealed

Update: Last week, Ubisoft officially announced Operation Velvet Shell, the first DLC for Rainbow Six: Siege’s Year Two season pass. At the time, we got to take a look at the game’s new map ‘Coastline’, set in Ibiza. Now this week, Ubisoft has revealed the first new playable operator, Jackal, …

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LeakedSource owner reportedly raided, servers seized

LeakedSource, a for-profit database of hacks and security breaches has been taken down this week, leading to reports of an FBI raid, during which all servers are said to have been seized. News of the raid first broke last night and while the US authorities have yet to confirm or …

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