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Levine confirms no PS3 BioShock and does mea culpa on PC issues -- success hurts

Joystiq just got off the phone with Ken Levine, lead designer for BioShock, and was told that the PC version's issues are overblown because the game's high profile has placed it under a microscope. He fully admits they "screwed up" and notes that patches are most definitely in the works. Furthermo...

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Component to HDMI cables already exist, already pointless

Our BFF, Engadget, got a tip about an upcoming component to HDMI cable for the non-elite 360, and we're left shrugging our shoulders. Such adapters already exist at a steep cost; you plug component and audio cables in one end, and a single HDMI cable feeds out the other. That's cool if you're down w...

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Sony ponders destruction of used game market [Update 1]

The technology to prevent playing unlicensed software has been patented and should be delved a little deeper into. Let's face it -- we probably buy most of our games used. Heck, we spent $990 million on used games last year. Sony's new technology registers our games when we load 'em up and prevent a...

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Security hole found in early HD-DVD software

We all know that HD-DVD and Blu-Ray movies will be chock-full of anti-piracy measures, but it looks like one glaring hole didn't get plugged: Computer magazine c't has discovered that the first software players running on Windows XP allow screenshots of the movies to be created in full resolution. ...

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