Remember when BioWare teased a little trailer at the Game Awards in December last year? That almost seemed like a lifetime ago. We got a glimpse of Solas – the much misunderstood hero turn villain in the series’s last installment Dragon Age: Inquisition. Well that was way back in 2014, and now five years on, it’s beginning to feel like a drag. Fans and players want to know where the story goes, and because the narrative has been so good in the trilogy so far (gameplay not so much), it’s only inevitable that folks would be craving for more. Furthermore, developers BioWare are not having a good 2019. Anthem has made the news for all the wrong reasons, and one might suspect that the studio is buckling under that negativity. So please BioWare, here’s why we need the next Dragon Age before it’s too late. Or, give it to another studio worthy of completing the saga. We Want To See Tevinter Let’s face it – we all adore Dorian Pavus as a companion … [Read more...] about Dear BioWare: Gives Us The Next Dragon Age Before It’s Too Late
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What is “Redfall?” We don’t know just yet, beyond the fact that it’s a trademark filed by ZeniMax Media (the parent company of Bethesda and ZeniMax Online Studios). It may be the title of the upcoming Elder Scrolls 6 installment, though. And it’s definitely the source of a trademark battle between ZeniMax Media and author Jay Falconer, who has a series of post-apocalyptic novels under the existing title of “Redfall.” This may seem like an irrelevant thing to file trademark claims over, but consider that it’s entirely plausible for tie-in books to be released based on the ZeniMax property, or for Falconer’s series to be adapted into a video game, and the issue is clear. Falconer, for his part, claims that he got in touch with ZeniMax Media to sort out the issue ahead of time but was met with silence, resulting in a series of legal discussions already scheduled to last through 2020. It could delay the game if it’s … [Read more...] about ZeniMax Media is hit with a trademark dispute over a filing for ‘Redfall’
PUBG Corp has sent a letter to Epic Games to inform them that they are dropping the lawsuit which was originally filed in January 2018. There is no particular reason cited regarding why the suit was dropped. PUBG Corp. sent a letter of withdrawal to Epic Games Inc.’s attorneys on Monday and the South Korean case has since closed, according to the website of the local court system. PUBG and its law firm confirmed the action but wouldn’t say why, nor whether a settlement had been reached. Representatives for Epic in Korea had no immediate comment. PUBG Corp, the company behind PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, originally filed suit against Epic Games in Korea over copyright infringement with its game, Fortnite. The lawsuit sought court intervention to decide if Fortnite, or at least aspects of it, such as the UI or in-game items, were copied from PUBG. The injunction was filed in January with the Seoul Central District Court and specifically against Epic Games … [Read more...] about PUBG Corp Withdraws Lawsuit Filed Against Epic Games
It’s been a short time since Gazillion Entertainment folded into bankruptcy and, as one might expect, the debt collectors are coming out of the woodwork to get their overdue money. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy case has been filed in California courts against Gazillion from three parties claiming a total of $695,123 in unpaid debt. The majority of the claim comes from Playchemy Inc claiming $684,186 in unpaid debt. The rest is spread evenly between Secret 6 and one Caitlin Capes. Gazillion is scheduled to meet in front of a judge with said creditors on February 23 in the afternoon at the San Francisco Courtroom to discus trial dates. Gazillion Entertainment launched Marvel Heroes in 2013. At the end of 2017, Marvel pulled its license in part due to under-performance, resulting in Marvel Heroes shutting down and Gazillion going bankrupt. (Source: Court Dockets) Advertisements … [Read more...] about Gazillion’s Bankruptcy Lawsuits Filed: First Hearing February 23
Do you remember the time when you wrote your first post? How great you must have felt as your blog was up & running. Now, if it’s been more than a month or two for you, compare your current post with the old one. The old one sucks! right? Well, you are not the only one to feel this way, as most of us have gone through a similar experience. Over time, you will realize that blogging gives you an unmatched freedom that you do not get in a normal corporate job. It is pretty great! Don’t you want to continue blogging in the future & be your own boss forever? If your answer is yes, I need your undivided attention. What I’m going to share today is already known to you but you might not have considered it yet. How many times have you read stuff like: ‘Video’ is the future. Money is in video advertising. Facebook gives extra visibility to videos. Youtube is still the world’s 2nd most popular search engine. This is an important … [Read more...] about About time! Start This Not So New Form of Blogging Before it’s too late!