The Bobby Blackwolf Show Episode 4: August 14, 2005
Week of August 14, 2005
- Europe gets We Love Katamari sequel, even though they didn't get the original. It's being published by Electronic Arts.
- Lik-Sang was sued by Sony for selling PSP's in Europe before Sony thought Europeans should have one.
- At Quakecon 2005, John Carmack annonced that id Software would release the source code to Quake III Arena under the GPL.
- The BBC reports that parents ignore game age ratings.
- But, CNN reports that a murderer was convicted even though he claimed that he was inspired by Grand Theft Auto.
- And some developers are claiming that used games are worse than piracy because they take money out of the consumer's pocket that doesn't go to the developer or the publisher.
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