Articles of Interest
- Activision and Valve have agreed to distribute Call of Duty, COD 2, COD United Offensive and Gun via Steam. An interesting vote of confidence in the service.
- Clint Hocking raves about the Wii’s SDK (specifically, the part that enables designers to record their own movements as input data.)
- EA will enable gamers to unlock hidden content in Tiger Woods for a fee, instead of (and in addition to) unlocking it via play; a partial solution to addressing the concerns of affluent, low playtime gamers.
- Via GameTab, USA Today reports that Warner Brothers is cutting year-end estimates for hi-definition video sales, due to expectations that only 1.5M capable devices will be sold.
- Reuters has set up a virtual news bureau in Second Life; it will bring real-world news to SL players, and SL-news to the real world. Philip Rosedale must be ecstatic. :-)
- Some stats and predictions, re: the Korean games market, via Raph Koster.
- CMS student Dan Roy’s thoughts on the benefits of education via (mobile) MMOs.
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