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  1. NBA Live 16 and 17 will happen, despite EA Sports' recent struggles and this year's delay of NBA Live 15. More than a week before NBA Live 15 lands in stores, series executive producer Sean O'Brien has reassured fans that this will not be the last entry in the two decade-old franchise. In an interview with Polygon, O'Brien promised that next year's game (the unannounced NBA Live 16) will be better than this year's game. Asked if that means there is sure to be a new Live next year, O'Brien said, "Guaranteed." Not only that, but work on it has already begun. "We've already started development on 16," he said. "We're staffing up. We're actually increasing investment on what 16--and 17--look like." That comes as somewhat of a surprise for a number of reasons. Despite being the preeminent NBA simulation series in the '90s, the NBA 2K franchise has firmly taken hold of that position from Live and has not let go. Things have gotten especially bad for EA Sports on the basketball front in recent years, and not just because the 2K games have routinely sold better and been better received. The Live brand was dropped in favor of the NBA Elite name in 2010, only for that game to be canceled. EA didn't attempt to release a game in 2011, only to then cancel NBA Live 13 due to it being a downright mess. And while it was able to release NBA Live 14 last year, there was no question about what the best basketball game on the market was. With the NBA license not being cheap and Polygon reporting that EA's deal with the league has only a year left, it wouldn't have been a tremendous surprise to see EA Sports bow out to the basketball space. But basketball is as big a sport worldwide as anything outside of soccer, and O'Brien says there is a $350 million market for NBA games. That's not the sort of thing you'd want to walk away from, and is presumably why O'Brien can so confidently say we'll be seeing the series continue beyond this year. NBA Live 15 was originally scheduled to release earlier this month alongside NBA 2K15. In September, the game was delayed by three weeks; it'll now be available on October 28, exclusively for Xbox One and PS4. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  2. Tougher new laws outlined by Justice Secretary; "These internet trolls are cowards who are poisoning our national life." Feminist essayist Anita Sarkeesian has been subjected to online abuse for monthsPeople who abuse and harass others online could face up to two years in prison, if tough new measures are introduced in the UK. Justice Secretary Chris Grayling proposed the new laws in a Mail on Sunday article, claiming he would "take a stand against a baying cyber-mob." If enacted, the changes would allow sentencing of internet trolls to be taken to crown court, where the maximum penalty would be two years imprisonment. Under existing law, the maximum sentence for internet trolling is six months. The proposals were outlined amid regular attacks on celebrities and public figures via social media. Though Mr Grayling was speaking generally about online abuse, his comments also come in the wake of a protracted two-month abuse campaign against female game critics and developers. "These internet trolls are cowards who are poisoning our national life," Mr Grayling wrote. "No-one would permit such venom in person, so there should be no place for it on social media. That is why we are determined to quadruple the current six-month sentence." Rape threats were made against the model Chloe Madeley last week, apparently in response to comments by her mother, Judy Finnigan, who spoke out against about the convicted rapist Ched Evans. "As the terrible case of Chloe Madeley showed last week, people are being abused online in the most crude and degrading fashion," Grayling added. ‘This is a law to combat cruelty – and marks our determination to take a stand against a baying cyber-mob. We must send out a clear message: if you troll you risk being behind bars for two years." Within the games community, the feminist essayist Anita Sarkeesian has been subject of sustained abusefrom her detractors. She has previously had to vacate her home following death threats, and on at least two occasions there have been threats of bombings and massacres made against event organisers who have advertised her attendance. Other female games industry figures, such as Brianna Wu and Zoe Quinn, have also been subjected to death threats. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  3. Minecraft players are always building awe-inspiring things. The latest example of this is one player who, over the course of two years, constructed a huge city filled with roads, a rail system, skyscrapers, and more. Titan City is the work of YouTube user Colonial Puppet, who hand-placed an estimated 4.5 million blocks to create this map in the Xbox 360 version of Minecraft. It's a remarkable achievement, and in a thread onReddit, Colonial Puppet says the city is nearly complete. At some point, the city will be moved to PC, where a number of new buildings have already been built so that they can be added. What's most impressive about the buildings is that, while they look nice from the outside, all of them have floors. "Some are furnished," but every one of them has a "basic interior," and "a good amount have elevators and stairs." In addition, "some roads have underground rail and a large, aboveground rail system runs throughout the city." You can see an overview in the city in the pictures and video below. You can also download the latest version of the map so you can check it out for yourself on Xbox 360 (here) and PC (here). Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  4. The latest in Apple's line of tablets have been officially announced. iPad Air 2As expected, Apple today revealed the latest in its line of iPads at an event in California. Following the expected update on things like iPhone, which Apple said had its biggest launch ever (cue applause), CEO Tim Cook showed off the iPad Air 2, emphasizing just how thin it is. At 6.1 mm, it's 18% thinner than the original iPad Air, and two of them stacked are thinner than the very first iPad. The screen has an anti-reflective coating, and the device is equipped with a new A8X processor which helps to provide "console-level graphics," according to senior VP Phil Schiller. This 64-bit chip is an enhanced version of what's seen in the iPhone 6, and battery life clocks in at 10 hours. The Home button include Touch ID, allowing your fingerprint to unlock the device and authorize purchases on the App Store. The 8MP iSight camera is capable of recording 1080p video and taking 43MP panoramic photos, though the device unfortunately does nothing to make you look less goofy for taking photos with a tablet. The iPad Air 2 comes in silver, space gray, and gold colors. It's available in in three sizes: 16GB for $499, 64GB for $599, and 128GB for $699 for the Wi-Fi-only models. If you want cellular data, you'll pay $130 more for each of those--16GB for $629, 64GB for $729, and 128GB for $829. Preorders begin tomorrow, October 17, and will ship by the end of next week. iPad Mini 3Schiller then quickly announced the availability of the newest iPad Mini, the iPad Mini 3, curiously spending almost no time on it. It's equipped with a 5MP iSight camera, Touch ID, and a 7.9-inch screen. Like the iPad Air 2, it also comes in three colors (silver, space gray, and gold) and three sizes, with a $130 bump for cellular data over the Wi-Fi-only models. The 16GB system costs $399/$529, 64GB $499/$629, and 128GB $599/$729. Both the existing iPad Air and iPad Mini 2 will remain on sale, but for $100 less than their existing prices. Also during the event, Cook announced that Apple Pay, the company's mobile payment platform, launches this coming Monday, October 20. Just yesterday, Apple leaked the existence of the new devices through an App Store listing for its official iPad user guide. It indirectly acknowledged the leak during a portion of today's presentation featuring Stephen Colbert (or at least his voice). Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  5. See new fighters Claudio and Katarina in action. We have a bunch of new information on Tekken 7 as the Bandai Namco fighting game is starting location testing in Japan. In this video, uploaded by YouTube user Abdul-Ghaffar Allaf, you can see one previously unannounced character named Claudio, and in this video you can see another newcomer to Tekken 7, Katarina. We also know that Bandai Namco is testing some fundamental changes to the Tekken formula. Two new additions in Tekken 7 are Rage Arts and Power Crush. With Rage Arts, players can enter fighter-specific commands to initiate a Rage State, which increases attack damage and grants access to special moves. Power Crush, meanwhile, are special moves that can't be interrupted by attacks, but that still leaves you open to taking damage. You can use them as much as you want, but at the risk of dwindling your health bar. According to Siliconera, Tekken 7 will also feature some fighter customization items. As we reported when Tekken 7 was first announced, it will use Unreal Engine 4, and you can see its logo displayed prominently in the videos, but Tekken series director Katsuhiro Harada said that what we can see now doesn't represent the final product. He said that the game's graphics are "60 percent" finished, and that they don't yet include character lighting, skin shaders, and other features. In early August, Harada revealed another potential new fighter when he asked players for feedback on its design. Tekken 7 is set to hit arcades in Japan next year, but we still don't have a date for a console release. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  6. Studio showcases custom games schedule, starting this weekend. Bungie has revealed new updates and challenges it will bring to Destiny in the days and weeks ahead. First is a weekend-long Crucible playlist, called Combined Arms, which runs from Friday September 19 to Sunday 21. Players can form Fireteams of six for this vehicle-focused Crucible mode, which also features "more regular" heavy ammo drops. Rewards include Crucible gear, marks, and reputation. Then, from September 23 to October 6, a spate of custom bounties will emerge. The Queen's Wrath will task players to take out "enemies of the Reef" across a number of bounty tasks. Bungie adds that The Queen's Wrath includes "mission modes" that will be rewarded with Unique Legendary Gear and Unique Rare Gear. Bungie also outlined two more additions set to go live in the near future, though the studio didn't go into detail. It says that the Salvage playlist is also due before the end of September, which comes with the somewhat ambiguous description: "Dead Orbit covets rare artefacts." Then in October, a new Crucible playlist called Iron Banner will go live. Writing on the official Bungie website, the studio says "there should always be something new to experience every time you play Destiny." It added: "To give you new reasons to bring the fight to our enemies--and to each other--we've loaded our cannons with some more special events. Some of them will recur regularly. Others will happen when you least expect them." These new additions come days after Bungie unlocked its first Raid mode, called Vault of Glass, which the studio says was the most challenging mission it has ever created. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post Don't forget to press the Thanks button
  7. Over the course of four seasons, HBO’s Game of Thrones has always worked with a large ensemble cast spanning the continent of Westeros and even across the Narrow Sea. The series has achieved success — and record-breaking viewership — by following multiple concurrent storylines revolving around a handful of characters including Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), Jon Snow (Kit Harrington), Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), as well as Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) and his companion, Hodor (Kristian Nairn). At the end of season 4, many of these characters embarked on new storylines that will lead into season 5. However, seeing as the showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss, are pulling from both book 4 and 5 of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series, some characters won’t appear in season 5 of Game of Thrones. In an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Commission, Nairn revealed his character, Hodor, and Wright’s character, Bran, won’t appear in the fifth season of Game of Thrones. However, Nairn did acknowledge that the characters’ storyline is an integral throughline of the A Song of Ice and Fire series and gave no inclination that his and Wright’s absence will last longer than a single season of the show. Read Nairn’s full quote: “We have a season off and we have a year’s hiatus, solely because I imagine our storyline is up to the end of the books.†During season 4, Bran and Hodor — along with Jojen (Thomas Brodie-Sangster) and Meera Reed (Ellie Kendrick) — travelled beyond The Wall, were captured by men who had deserted The Night’s Watch, and (after making their escape) finally found the Weirwood tree for which they had been searching. Bran and Hodor’s storyline in the finale episode, ‘The Children’, included revelations about the existence of magic and the non-human race known as the Children of the Forest. With Wright and Nairn sidelined for season 5, viewers won’t learn more about these revelations until season 6 at the earliest. But, as fans of the books will point out, this departure from Bran and Hodor makes sense. Game of Thrones closely followed Martin’s book series up until the third season. In the fourth season, however, the show pulled from both book 4 and 5 of A Song of Ice and Fire. In fact, the scene of Bran and Hodor at the Weirwood tree in the season 4 finale is from A Dance With Dragons, the fifth book. Bran and Hodor are completely absent from the fourth book, A Feast for Crows, so in that respect it seems reasonable enough that the show will focus on the other characters’ storylines during the corresponding season. A possible downside of this choice is that Game of Thrones fans who aren’t familiar with Martin’s source novels will have forgotten where they last left Bran and Hodor’s storyline after season 5 – or, if not that, will no longer find their plotline compelling after the break. It may prove to be a bigger challenge to make sure viewers re-invest themselves in that particular storyline come season 6, compared to the other characters’ storylines that will appear in season 5. However, given that Game of Thrones has been largely successful in both adapting the A Song of Ice and Fire series and making the most of each episode in every season, it’s almost certain Benioff and Weiss have a plan for the next two seasons (at least) of Game of Thrones that will satisfy fans. Game of Thrones returns for season 5 in 2015.
  8. The corruption of SHIELD is on full display in these two short scenes cut from the theatrical version of the Russo Brothers' movie. Ahead of the home release ofCaptain America: The Winter Soldier, Marvel Studios has released two deleted scenes from the movie to remind you of a time when Marvel movies were slightly more grounded than reaching for the stars. Both scenes run a little over one minute in length, and demonstrate the extent of HYDRA’s infiltration of SHIELD, with Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) and Agent 13 (Emily VanCamp) being faced with senior officers—including Robert Redford’s Alexander Pierce—issuing orders that go against their better natures. (Watch both scenes below.) Alongside Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America: The Winter Soldier cemented Marvel’s cinematic dominance this year, with the studio holding two of the top three box office openings of the year to date (Only Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction had a more successful opening than either, making $100 million in its first weekend against Cap’s $95 million and Guardians’ $94 million). The movie also managed to introduce two new characters into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and set up the climactic storyline of the first season of ABC's Agents of SHIELD TV series. Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and starring Chris Evans, Scarlett Johanssonand Anthony Mackie, the movie will be released for digital download August 19, with the Blu-ray and DVD release following September 9.
  9. Three federal indictments have been unsealed in Georgia revealing charges against six former members of three Android piracy groups. The United States Department of Justice says that the men are charged with intellectual property offenses related to the illegal distribution of millions of copyrighted apps. Assisted by police in France and the Netherlands, in the summer of 2012 the FBI took down three unauthorized Android app stores. Appbucket, Applanet and SnappzMarket all had their domains seized, the first action of its type in the Android scene. For two years the United States Department of Justice has released information on the case and last evening came news of more charges and more arrests. Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division announced the unsealing of three federal indictments in the Northern District of Georgia charging six members of Appbucket, Applanet and SnappzMarket for their roles in the unauthorized distribution of Android apps. SnappzMarket Joshua Ryan Taylor, 24, of Kentwood, Michigan, and Scott Walton, 28, of Cleveland, Ohio, two alleged members of SnappzMarket, were both arrested yesterday. They are due to appear before magistrates in Michigan and Ohio respectively. An indictment returned on June 17 charges Gary Edwin Sharp II, 26, of Uxbridge, Massachusetts, along with Taylor and Walton, with one count of conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement. Sharp is also charged with two counts of criminal copyright infringement. It’s alleged that the three men were members of SnappzMarket between May 2011 through August 2012 along with Kody Jon Peterson, 22, of Clermont, Florida. In April, Peterson pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement. As part of his guilty plea he agreed to work undercover for the government. Appbucket Another indictment returned June 17 in Georgia charges James Blocker, 36, of Rowlett, Texas, with one count of conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement. A former member of Appbucket, Blocker is alleged to have conspired with Thomas Allen Dye, 21, of Jacksonville, Florida; Nicholas Anthony Narbone, 26, of Orlando, Florida, and Thomas Pace, 38, of Oregon City, Oregon to distribute Android apps with a value of $700,000. During March and April 2014, Dye, Narbone and Pace all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement. Applanet A further indictment June 17 in Georgia charges Aaron Blake Buckley, 20, of Moss Point, Mississippi; David Lee, 29, of Chino Hills, California; and Gary Edwin Sharp II (also of Appbucket) with one count of conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement. Lee is additionally charged with one count of aiding and abetting criminal copyright infringement and Buckley with one count of criminal copyright infringement. All three identified themselves as former members of Applanet. The USDOJ claims that along with other members they are responsible for the illegal distribution of four million Android apps with a value of $17m. Buckley previously launched a fund-raiserin an effort to fight off the United States government. “As a result of their criminal efforts to make money by ripping off the hard work and creativity of high-tech innovators, the defendants are charged with illegally distributing copyrighted apps,†said Assistant Attorney General Caldwell. “The Criminal Division is determined to protect the labor and ingenuity of copyright owners and to keep pace with criminals in the modern, technological marketplace.†A statement from the FBI’s Atlanta Field Office indicates that the FBI will pursue more piracy groups in future. “The FBI will continue to provide significant investigative resources toward such groups engaged in such wholesale pirating or copyright violations as seen here,†Special Agent in Charge J. Britt Johnson said.
  10. Google Asked to Censor Two Million Pirate Bay URLs The Pirate Bay reached a dubious milestone today, as copyright holders have now asked Google to remove two million of the site's URLs from its search results. According to Google this means that between one and five percent of all Pirate Bay links are no longer discoverable in its search engine. In an effort to make it difficult for the public to find pirated content, copyright holders send millions of takedown notices to Google every week. One of the top domains listed in these notices is Since the notorious torrent site doesn’t accept takedown requests itself, copyright holders have to turn to Google to do something about the appearance of their work on the infamous torrent site. This week the number of URLs submitted to Google reached the two million mark. Nearly all of these links have been removed and can no longer be accessed through search results. The chart below shows the number of links that have been submitted per week. There is a sharp decline towards the end of 2013 when The Pirate Bay used another domain name. The requests increased again in December when the torrent site switched back. In total, the two million URLs were submitted in 93,070 separate takedown notices, averaging more than 20 links per takedown request. A staggering number, but one that pales in comparison to other sites. Looking at the list of domains that received the most URLs removal requests, The Pirate Bay ends up in 29th place. The top spot goes to with more than 11 million URLs, followed by,, and, the first torrent site in the list, comes in 8th with 4.4 million URLs. The million dollar question is of course whether all these takedown requests have had a significant impact on the availability of pirated content. According to Google, the two million URLs represent between one and five percent of all links that are indexed, so it’s safe to say that there’s still plenty of Pirate Bay content available via Google. Similarly, removing the search results doesn’t hinder people from going to the notorious torrent site directly. The Pirate Bay itself isn’t particularly concerned about this development. The site’s traffic has increased steadily over the past few years, and so has the number of files being uploaded to the site. In common with the many ISP blockades of The Pirate Bay, it’s safe to conclude that people can find plenty of alternative routes to end up where they want to be…