Welcome to the end of Wednesday. It has been a day of much controversy, from the
that Ubisoft released a pirated version of their own Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood as a pre-order bonus, to creative director Sion Lenton's comments about
Operation Flashpoint and military sims
. There must be something in the water, because even EA
got in on the action
, referring to World of Warcraft's story as being like "a shopping list."
But what other controversies have been erupting in the land of PC gaming? There's only one way to find out. Below you'll find a list of everything we haven't had time to mention so far today. Enjoy!
that nearly 1.5 million people have signed up to participate in The Old Republic beta.
Chet Faliszek tells
how he came to be known as "Mr. Awesome" at Valve.
Eve Online are holding a
for victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami.
Rocksteady talk to
about some of the new features in Batman: Arkham City.
Gamespot have a new
trailer, narrated by Captain "Patrick Stewart" Picard.
Some members of a Hitman forum have unearthed what could be a
Hitman 5 ARG
Pro gaming greats, Dignitas are looking for a StarCraft player.
Are you good enough
XKCD has a great idea for an
Today in the office Rich and I learned the hard way that millions of horses are much better than millions of weak, fleshy archers. Shogun 2 has taken over the office. Tim and Owen marshalled their horsey forces well, and in the end, not even a lot of cowardly running away and shooting over our shoulders could save our stupid, pathetic bowmen. Lesson learned: Cavalry are horse-awesome. What are your favourite RTS units of all time?