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Even basement cat is stunned.
Just weeks after the breach in Sony's PlayStation Network, a bunch of websites and game services have followed suit: Epic Games, Codemasters, Minecraft and BioWare. These string of hacks and compromises are becoming very alarming and that a lot of personal data is now out there right in the open for exploit. All these have happened within weeks apart-- which most certainly tell us how majority of the gaming industry is taking this issue at hand. This is really something that calls for concern. But we'll leave that discussion for later.
While we are kneeling down and praying to whoever can provide divine intervention to protect our credit card, personal data and financial information from hackers, there is something that we could do at l...
It's been a few years since my last major MMO game, and I've been satisfied in playing at my own pace, not worrying about community politics and issues. Nothing beats the satisfying and deafening silence in a single shot in an stand-alone FPS game.
But recently, something has been bugging me at the back of my head. There were no noisy chatboxes to contend with. There were no gold-farmers selling their wares, and there were no people telling them off over chat. There was no communication, only utter silence. There was no interaction, only the accent of the voiced-over dialogue. Behind every avatar there was an AI, and no human controller. The feeling was satisfying, albeit different. Despite the pacifying serenity and sense of accomplishment of saving the world that the Single-Player games have to offer, there still was a feeling of distress to whom you could share it to.
Launching my internet browser and heading towards to gaming forums, I find myself dissatisfied from forum after foru...