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Spanish hacker tries to blackmail Nintendo, fails

Source from: www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-12456922

The BBC that Spanish authorities arrested a man who allegedly hacked into Nintendo's (or some third party data storage company's) records to steal data on 4,000 gamers. The story says that the man tried to blackmail Nintendo by accusing the firm of negligence in data protection. When Nintendo didn't respond to the threats, the man leaked the stolen data online.

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Would Catch, Snuggle: PokéKitty


Source from: www.geekologie.com/2011/02/would_catch_snuggle_pokekitty.php

Would totally catch 'em all. (Does that make me a hoarder?)

This is actually a friend of a friend's cat that was amazingly born with the color and markings of Pikachu. KIDDING YO THAT SHIT IS SHOPPED TO FUUUUUUUUUU. It is a friend of a friend's cat though. I might steal it.

Thanks to Wehrwolf, who used to have a dog that looked like Squirtle. UGLY DOG WAS UGLY. And to the Candy Queen, who can produce all-red Skittles with a single wave of her scepter. OMG your majesty -- pleaaaaaase hit me in the mouth!

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Kratos as Protagonist in Other Video Games


Source from: www.geekologie.com/2011/02/kratos_as_protagonist_in_other.php

This is a little gallery of video game box-art reimagined with God of War's Kratos as the protagonist. They're all part of a user-submitted Photoshop contest from some Hungarian video game blog and surprisingly well conceived. Not unlike my son. JK JK -- total accident.

Hit the jump for a bunch more of my favorites, and a link to the original contest with a whole bunch more.

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Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood ships 6.5 million

Source from: www.gamespot.com

There was little doubt that Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood was going to be popular. Today, Ubisoft revealed exactly how popular. To date, the critically acclaimed action adventure has shipped 6.5 million units, helping the Paris-based publisher beat its own earnings estimates.

Ubisoft had anticipated €520 million ($701 million) in revenue for the quarter ending December 31, 2010. Instead, the company pulled in a record €600 million ($809 million), a 21.2 percent increase over the same period the year prior. Nine-month earnings were €861 million ($1.16 billion), a 30.3 percent year-over-year increase.

Ubisoft's increase in earnings was thanks in no small part to rapid sales of its suite of dance games. The company said that Just Dance, Just Dance 2, Just Dance Kids, Michael Jackson: The Experience, and Dance on Broadway shipped a combined 10.5 million units worldwide.

The publisher was also proud of its Kinect lineup, which includes Your Shape:

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