Andrew House is still "quite literally scratching" his head how committed Sony had to be to "common sense" issues.
"You acquire rights to use the software, as described in these terms, but you do not acquire ownership of it". Huh.
In a billion dollar a year industry, are used games really hurting our developers?
Simcity creator also marvels at the gamers' ability to inspire change.
Ten ways Microsoft can turn their boat around.
Larry Hyrb, ladies and gentlemen.
It ends tonight. Sort of.
Yusuf Mehdi talks about moving the industry forward into the digital world.
EA's COO says "we will figure out what we need to do".
So the good news is, Microsoft won't charge a fee.
Avalanche Studios CTO Linus Blomberg talks Microsoft's recent practices for the Xbox One.
Being so ingrained into the games market will benefit the retailer in the long run.
Because things weren't confusing enough already.
MIcrosoft currently working through how the trading and reselling of used games will work.
John Riccitiello thinks console ecosystem should be more open.
Publishers should allow people to trade in digital games.
"Games are not cheap because they're expensive to make" says Peter Hines.
Always-online seems like a good way to counter it, right?
Part of our exclusive interview with Cristofer Sundberg.