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A pair of disgruntled gamers have filed a class action suit
against Electronic Arts over the games, accusing the publisher of overcharging
customers and stifling competition, via its exclusivity agreement with the NFL,
NFL Players Association and other leagues. .
While class action suits are filed all the time - and oftenRead More »from EA faces class action suit over Madden
disappear in a poof of dust - a federal judge recently certified this case,
allowing it to keep its class action status. That means pretty much anyone who
bought either of the games from 2005 through today (or the Arena
- Mike Smith | Plugged In – Sat, Apr 9, 2011 2:00 AM EDT
Classic look, updated innards. One of the most successful home computers of the early 1980s, the plasticky, off-white
Commodore 64 holds a very special place deep in the heart of countless thirtysomething
If you're one of them, prepare to have your wallet lightened.
Announced this week via a flyer in Blu-Ray copies of 80s throwback Tron Legacy, the Commodore 64 is coming back, courtesy of startup Commodore USA. The new machine -- dubbed the Commodore C64x -- is externally similar to the old machine, clacky retro
keyboard and all, but the internals are all new.
Rather than the original machine's 1 MHz processor and 64KB of memory, the C64x's retroRead More »from Commodore 64 fans rejoice as classic machine goes back on sale
exterior hides a machine that's comparable to a modern
Terry Garrett - Wired When Terry Garrett plays Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee, he pays close attention to the videogame's sounds.
The beep of a blinking bomb, the desperate cry of a friend in need, the pounding of a Mudokon's hammer: They all provide crucial details that enable Garrett to get through the game's punishing levels. When he needs orientation, Garrett listens carefully for "sound landmarks" like running water or footsteps shifting from grass to earth. And as he works his way through the side-scrolling puzzler's world of weird creatures, Garrett pieces the noises together and sees the game's levels laid out in his mind.
Proper listening is essential for Garrett to enjoy the game - after all, he is blind.Read More »from How a blind gamer plays ‘Zelda’ by ear
The Great Sell Back - Getty Images As winter begrudgingly surrenders to spring and you begin that annual task of
cleaning out all the detritus that has accumulated in your closets over the
past year, you might want to start with your game collection.
Everyone has a few favorites they'll hang on to forever, whether for sentimental value or because they enjoy replaying them from time to time. But most video games simply gather dust -- and while some of those games on your shelf might have limited value, others are in high demand.
As you might expect, no one's interested in that 2001 copy of Madden you've beenRead More »from Spring cleaning: Best games to sell
holding onto. Newer games, quite simply, sell better.
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