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PS4 Launch Trailer for Everybody's Gone to the Rapture Arrives 100°
August 3, 2015 // 3:02 pm - Everybody's Gone to the Rapture tells the story of the inhabitants of a remote English valley who are caught up in world-shattering events beyond their control or understanding.

Made by The Chinese Room - the studio responsible for the hauntingly beautiful Dear Esther - this tale of how people respond in the face of grave adversity is a non-linear, open-world experience that pushes innovative interactive storytelling to the next level.

Over the course of the game, the player slowly pieces together the fate of the valley from the fragmentary memories of the people who...

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Guns N' Roses Chinese Democracy Album Coming to Rock Band 50°
April 11, 2009 // 9:17 pm - The band's sixth and most recent album will be available for download next week.

To quote: Guns' N Roses' "Chinese Democracy" is coming to "Rock Band" for all platforms. The DLC album will include 12 tracks; the 13th song "Shackler's Revenge" is already on the disc for "Rock Band 2," but other songs from the album will be available for purchase separately.

"Chinese Democracy" will be available on Tuesday, April 14 for Xbox 360 and Wii and on Thursday, April 16 for PlayStation Network. The cost of the tracks will be $1.99 (PSN) or 160 Microsoft...

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Chinese Gamers Will Have to Give Real Names to Play Online? 50°
January 16, 2009 // 11:43 pm - According to China Daily, China is to start requiring gamers to register for online games with their real names!

It isn't confirmed when this new policy will go live, but it sounds pretty drastic if it is indeed true.

To quote: The government will start real-name registration for online game players this year, said Zhang Yijun, director of the General Administration of Press and Publication's technology and digital publication department.

Four online game companies' operations have been suspended after it was found that their software did not have...

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Chinese Pirates Crack Blu-ray DRM, Sell Pirated HD Discs 250°
November 18, 2008 // 7:15 pm - Movie pirates are distributing fake Blu-ray movie titles in China, which are essentially ordinary DVDs passed off as Blu-rays.

According to a WSJ report, the counterfeit Blu-ray discs are ordinary DVDs that hold the same movie content as the original Blu-ray but it is encoded in the AVCHD format. AVCHD is based on the MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) video format, enabling recording of high-definition 1080i and 720p video onto cheap DVD discs.

"We are concerned and are assigning priority to this...

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Chinese Hackers Angered By Microsoft's Epic Fail 100°
October 25, 2008 // 9:38 pm - Microsoft's Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) program aims to deter the use of illegally copied versions of Windows, but it may end up helping hackers in China.

Microsoft's WGA program tests Windows installations to determine whether they have been legally purchased. As implemented in some countries, like China, WGA turns the user's desktop background black when it detects an illegal copy of Windows. The goal is to encourage users to pay for legitimate software.

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BBC Web site unblocked in China 50°
March 27, 2008 // 5:02 am - People in China are able to access English language stories on the BBC News website in full, after years of strict control by Beijing.

The Communist authorities often block news sites such as the BBC in a policy dubbed the "great firewall of China".

But BBC staff working in China now say they are able to access news stories that would have been blocked before.

However, the firewall remains in place for Chinese language services on the website and for any links in Chinese.

'Without hindrance'

Beijing has never admitted to blocking...

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Chinese web filtering 'erratic' 50°
September 12, 2007 // 5:23 pm - China's firewall that tries to sanitise web browsing is much more porous than previously thought, says a study.

Carried out by US researchers outside China, it found that the firewall often failed to block what the Chinese government finds objectionable.

The firewall was least effective when lots of Chinese web users were online.

Often, said the study, the idea of the firewall was more effective than the technology at discouraging talk about banned subjects.

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