Blizzard Suing Creators of StarCraft II Hacks
the terminology "cheats" in this case is misleading, they are hacks
people keep saying "well, why can't I cheat in single player", because there is no purpose of cheating on single player, other than to accumulate achievement points, which are reflected in a users online rating
if you want to play with infinite money, make a map and give yourself infinite money, this is about altering game code in order to produce an unintended application result. the fact that people are getting caught is because the hacks are observable from the Blizzard servers, and it's not because they are monitoring the game runtime, it's because people are completing the game, and getting every achievement in 5 minutes
please explain to me why that should be protected?
China Admits Use of Death-Row Organs
Wow, that was interesting.
The mod system works!
Finding New and Unintended Ways of Playing Games
I used to punch drunk bums in the face for cash
oh! what ever happened to my adolescent innocence?!
Comparing the MMO Industry With the Silver Screen
or perhaps you were TOO YOUNG to understand that PC > N64
UK's FSA Finds No Health Benefits To Organic Food
Organic foods has become a marketing term, the benefits of locally grown organic foods are economic in nature, not health-wise. If they lack pesticides and potentially harmful hormones then that is an added benefit. I think if you compare organic milk to diet pepsi, you will find that there are benefits; or twinkies vs organic corn. However, the molecular structure of peppers, whether they are grown in a farm, or in an indoor "artificial" environment, should not change-at least not to the point that one is healthy and the other is not. However, if you get peppers from kentucky, and you live in maine, there is a lot of added cost (which can be subsidized by the government) that creates added cost that is transparent to the consumer. Also, there are other more dubious problems of having a completely centralized food source. I still would like to know what "organic frosted mini wheats" are, and why are they 2 dollars more than the normal ones...
Review: Wrath of the Lich King
Or to stop being your socially adapted, "good" opposite?