News of the Week; February 26, 2020


  1. Complaint filed against Bell Canada and Rogers for anti-competitive conduct: Bell and Rogers sometimes inflated rates by more than 900 per cent, CRTC found
  2. Deja Vu All Over Again: Looking Back at Two Decades of Bell, Telus and Rogers Battles Over the Canadian Wireless Market (Michael Geist) 
  3. Who Runs Canadian Telecom Policy Anyway?: Why the Telus Threats at the CRTC Will Backfire (Michael Geist)
  4. Broadcast Panel Chair Says Canada Already Licenses News Organizations So Why Not Internet Companies? (Michael Geist)
  5. The Broadcast Panel Report and Canadian Stories: Take the Cancon Quiz (Michael Geist)
  6. NY AG Gives Up, Won’t Appeal T-Mobile Merger Ruling
  7. AT&T loses key ruling in class action over unlimited-data throttling
  8. AT&T Loses California Case After Lying To Consumers About ‘Unlimited’ Data Throttling
  9. Time Warner Cable Enters Into $18.8M Settlement With California DAs Over Internet Speeds
  10. Clarence Thomas regrets ruling that Ajit Pai used to kill net neutrality
  11. Trump report bizarrely claims net neutrality repeal raised incomes $50B a year
  12. The FCC To Field More Comments On Net Neutrality. Maybe They’ll Stop Identity Theft And Fraud This Time?
  13. FCC Does Bupkis As US Telco Networks Fall Apart, Putting Lives At Risk
  14. FCC Adopts Strict Processing Policies on Requests for Modification of TV Markets for Cable and Satellite Carriage
  15. FCC Announces Data Collection on Huawei and ZTE Equipment Replacement Effort
  16. U.S. Alleges Huawei Involved in Long-Running Scheme to Steal Trade Secrets
  17. FCC Seeks Anti-Robocall Information from Seven “International Gateways” Believed to be Originating Illegal Robocalls
  18. FCC Proposed Nearly $13 Million Fine for Illegal Spoofing
  19. As satellite TV tanks, Dish says merger with DirectTV is “inevitable”
  20. Dish Floats DirecTV Merger, Because What’s A Little Mindless Monopolization Among Friends?
  21. Thanks, Qualcomm: Mandatory 5G means phones now ship with disabled 5G modems
  22. Federal Trade Commission Reminds 19 VoIP Providers of the Telemarketing Sales Rule


  1. First Amendment doesn’t apply on YouTube; judges reject PragerU lawsuit: YouTube can restrict PragerU videos because it is a private forum, court rules.
  2. Father Of Alison Parker Files FTC Complaint Against YouTube, Alleging It Refuses To Remove Videos Of Her Death
  3. T-Series’ YouTube Channel Becomes First To Collect 100 Billion Views
  4. YouTube Confirms Demonetization Of Controversial Vlogger JayStation, As He Announces Indefinite Hiatus
  5. YouTube Reinstates Popular Music Streaming Channel ChilledCow After Fan Outcry
  6. Section 230 Protects Zillow for Bogus Submissions of House Details–924 Bel Air v. Zillow (Eric Goldman)
  7. Why Section 230 Matters And How Not To Break The Internet; DOJ 230 Workshop Review, Part I
  8. Section 230 and Criminal Law; DOJ 230 Workshop Review, Part II
  9. Barr’s Motives, Encryption and Protecting Children; DOJ 230 Workshop Review, Part III
  10. Rep. Cicilline Wants To Remove Section 230 Protections For Platforms That Host ‘Demonstrably False’ Political Ads
  11. Apple Pay under Competition Law scrutiny
  12. Apple is considering letting users change default email, browser, music apps in iOS
  13. Apple Maps expands its Street View competitor to Boston, DC, Philadelphia
  14. Apple tells moviemakers that villains can’t use iPhones, Rian Johnson says
  15. New Sony Xperia 1 II smartphone looks handsome, costs a ridiculous $1,300
  16. UK Government Releases Details of New ‘Online Harms’ Regime for Online Platforms
  17. UK Government’s Action Tackles Online Harms
  18. EU’s new digital strategy targets data-hoarding tech firms
  19. Digitalization, a high priority for Europe’s future – the European Commission showcases its new digital and AI strategy
  20. European Commission Announces Strategy for Data, Artificial Intelligence and Competition in the Digital Age
  21. CMA publishes interim report on online platforms and digital advertising
  22. How the Coronavirus Revealed Authoritarianism’s Fatal Flaw: China’s use of surveillance and censorship makes it harder for Xi Jinping to know what’s going on in his own country. (Zeynep Tufekci)
  23. China Expels Three Wall Street Journal Reporters: China’s Foreign Ministry says move was punishment for a recent opinion piece published by the Journal
  24. US government agencies are banning TikTok, the social media app teens are obsessed with, over cybersecurity fears — here’s the full list
  25. Amid Security Concerns, TSA Bans Employee Usage Of TikTok For Social Posts
  26. Prada Taps TikTok Megastar Charli D’Amelio For Milan Fashion Week Appearance
  27. Significant online defamation damages in Canada – are online platforms immune?‎
  28. Attorney General William Barr Raises Concerns over ISP Immunity
  29. The system is rigged against users: Another reason why getting compensated for data is not a good idea (Beatriz Botero Arcila)
  30. Clickwrap Agreement: Consent or Not Consent, That Is A Question
  31. Swinging the Vote?: Google’s black box algorithm controls which political emails land in your main inbox. For 2020 presidential candidates, the differences are stark.
  32. Federal Circuit Finds Presence Of Google’s Cache Servers In The Eastern District Of Texas Does Not Justify Venue
  33. 300 Oracle employees walk out over Ellison’s Trump fundraiser: The Trump administration just sided with Oracle in its legal battle with Google.
  34. Report: 300 Oracle employees walk out over Ellison’s Trump fundraiser
  35. Inside the Seething Boardroom Drama That Poisoned HQ Trivia: The app was America’s favorite gameshow until a toxic culture and co-founder feuding drove it off the air. Now, the CEO wants to bring it back.
  36. Companies are stealing influencers’ faces
  37. Federal Circuit Rules Presence of Google Servers in District Insufficient to Establish Venue
  38. FTC Toughens Enforcement against Comparison Websites and Influence Marketers
  39. FTC Seeking Public Comment on Revisions to Endorsement Guides
  40. Get ready for price hikes up to 10% annually after sale of .org registry
  41. The Drive-Thru Creator Problem: How Low-Quality Content Is Hurting Brands (And Creators)
  42. Instagram influencer Natalia Taylor fakes Bali vacation with Ikea pics: Taylor wanted to remind people not everything they see on Instagram is the real deal.
  43. Children’s Content Studio Pocket.Watch Unveils Kid-Centric Ad Agency ‘Clock.Work’
  44. Tana Mongeau Debuts Second Season Of MTV Reality Series, Adding Trevor Moran To Primary Cast
  45. Nickelodeon Nabs Social Star Annie LeBlanc For 13-Episode Linear Sitcom ‘Side Hustle’
  46. Facebook Aims To Get 3.5 Billion People Online So That It Can Profit From Their Data
  47. Facebook offers to pay users for their voice recordings
  48. Facebook will now pay you for your voice recordings: But it won’t pay much
  49. New Decade, New Facebook? Facebook Reaches $550 Million Settlement in Facial Recognition Class Action, Agrees to Upgrade Privacy Safeguards
  50. Facebook Unveils Creator-Centric ‘Studio’ App For Upload Management, Video Analytics, More
  51. Are Your Facebook Posts Discoverable? Application of the Forman Test in New York
  52. WCB Seeks to Refresh Record in Restoring Internet Freedom Proceeding in Wake of D.C. Circuit’s Mozilla Decision
  53. YouTube TV Adding HBO, HBO Max, Cinemax To Channel Lineup Come Spring
  54. WarnerMedia, YouTube TV Expand Distribution Deal to HBO, Cinemax, HBO Max
  55. YouTuber Partnerships Are Playing Big At This Year’s Toy Fair New York
  56. The Dolan Twins’ ‘Love From Sean’ Cancer-Fighting Venture Raises Roughly $200,000 In 24 Hours
  57. Tubular Labs Introduces New ‘Video Categories’ Tool, Co-Developed By Former Netflix Exec
  58. Netflix’s Top 10: What Is It, And Why Has It Shown Up Now?
  59. Fox Looking To Acquire Tubi For Reported $500 Million, As NBCUniversal Sets Sights On Vudu
  60. TikTok Rolls Out Tools Enabling Parents To Police Screen Time, Direct Messaging
  61. Petnet goes offline for a week, can’t answer customers at all
  62. Twitter now makes it easier to add new tweets to old threads: Now you can keep tweetstorms going forever
  63. This is Amazon’s newest grocery store concept
  64. Amazon made a bigger camera-spying store—so we tried to steal its fruit
  65. Spotify revamps the brand of its New Music Friday playlist
  66. Amid A Sudden Gold Rush, Is Podcasting’s Market “Anyone With Ears?”
  67. Sweep” of European websites
  68. Overview of internet intermediary and media law cases for Northern Ireland in 2019: Part 1
  69. Overview of internet intermediary and media law cases for Northern Ireland in 2019: Part 2
  70. The Mandalorian was shot on a holodeck-esque set with Unreal Engine, video shows
  71. A peanut butter brand has put its spoon into the GIF pronunciation debate


  1. How Should AI be Regulated in Canada? Speak now, or forever hold your peace!
  2. 2020 Update: Data-Driven Online Targeting
  3. The Regulator: European Commission sets out approach on the future regulation of AI
  4. AI Update: European Commission Presents Strategies for Data and AI (Part 1 of 4)
  5. Contextual Analysis of Social Media: The Promise and Challenge of Eliciting Context in Social Media Posts with Natural Language Processing
  6. Who’s protecting the machines? Will IP law offer incentives to AI developers in the battle to beat bacteria?
  7. A neural network picks promising antibiotics out of a library of chemicals
  8. Dark, Beyond Deep: A Paradigm Shift to Cognitive AI with Humanlike Common Sense
  9. 2019 Artificial Intelligence Year in Review
  10. NTSB blasts Tesla, CalTrans, and NHTSA for Autopilot death


  1. Musicians Algorithmically Generate Every Possible Melody, Release Them to Public Domain: Damien Riehl & Noah Rubin generated and saved every possible melody to a drive, then turned it around to the commons.
  2. Attempt To Put Every Musical Melody Into The Public Domain Demonstrates Craziness Of Modern Copyright
  3. Can a Machine Be Considered an ‘Inventor’ for Patent Purposes?
  4. Drake’s Sampling is a Fair Use
  5. Judge upholds decision awarding $6.75 million (£5.2 million) damages to 5 Pointz graffiti artists
  6. Second Circuit Affirms Visual Artists Rights Act Protects Famed Graffiti-ed Building
  7. An introduction to copyright for creatives
  8. Merchandising Monsters – European Commission imposes €14.3 million fine on NBCUniversal
  9. The NCAA Blocks the Use of “March Madness” in Trademark Dispute
  10. Brakes put on Bentley Motors’ use of trademark
  11. Infringement by ReTweet?
  12. Copyright term under Disney’s spell?
  13. Can You License A Video You Don’t Hold The Copyright Over?
  14. Copyright Can’t Bend Far Enough to Be Used Like a Patent
  15. Protecting the Design of Consumer Goods
  16. Compete, monetise, abandon: the strategic path to IP value
  17. Intellectual Property Alert: Where and How You Store Your Servers May Subject You to Patent Litigation in a Distant Jurisdiction
  18. Canadian patent law: 2019 year in review
  19. Obtaining patent protection for software in Europe
  20. 2019 U.S. Patents Hit All Time High
  21. Is Chinese IP Theft Coming to an End?
  22. The US Spent Years Telling China To Take Patents Seriously; Now It’s Freaking Out That China Is Doing So
  23. Design Patent Guidance Found in Recent Court Decisions
  24. Intellectual Property and Brexit
  25. IP after Brexit: consequences and checklists
  26. Revolution in enforcement of intellectual property rights in Poland – Introduction of specialised IP courts
  27. Hiding Actualities: Whether Art Should Exist Independent of the Artist (Derek Diemer)
  28. Open source licenses: What, which, and why
  29. The Next Risk In Buying An IOT Product Is Having It Bricked By A Patent Dispute
  30. Smithsonian Releases 2.8 Million Images And 3D Models Into The Public Domain


  1. Ontario Recognizes False Light Tort of Invasion of Privacy
  2. Coronavirus brings China’s surveillance state out of the shadows
  3. Google cracks down on location-tracking Android apps
  4. NSA Blew $100 Million On Phone Records Over Five Years, Generated Exactly One Usable Lead
  5. Kentucky Appeals Court Says Cops Need Warrants To Obtain Real-Time Cell Site Location Info
  6. Yelp Defeats Businesses’ “Right to Be Forgotten” Claims—Spiegelman v. Yelp (Eric Goldman)
  7. Comments on the DOJ’s Proposed Modifications to the CCPA Regulations (Eric Goldman)
  8. Stalkerware Developer Found Leaking Sensitive Data From Thousands Of The Software’s Victims
  9. Stalkerware Developer Demands TechCrunch Remove Article Detailing Its Leaking Of Sensitive Data
  10. California man arrested on charges his DDoSes took down candidate’s website
  11. Senators Pitch Temporary Facial Recognition Ban, Leave Door Wide Open For Abuse By Federal Agencies
  12. Google faces state lawsuit alleging misuse of schoolkids’ private data
  13. Removing a GPS tracking device from your car isn’t theft, court rules
  14. Secretive face-matching startup has customer list stolen
  15. Flaw in billions of Wi-Fi devices left communications open to eavesdropping
  16. Firefox turns encrypted DNS on by default to thwart snooping ISPs
  17. The House wants to know what Ring is doing with footage from your house
  18. Ring Says It Helps Cops Fight Crime But The Data Shows It’s No Better At This Than Any Other Security Camera
  19. Ring Continues To Pitch Facial Recognition To Law Enforcement While Claiming It Won’t Be Adding Facial Recognition To Its Cameras
  20. An Airbnb For Farmland Hits A Snag, As Farmers Raise Data Privacy Concerns
  21. Data Breaches and complaints up over 70% – key findings of DPC Annual Report
  22. The Overlooked IoT Data Security Law in California
  23. UK Government to Introduce New Law to Strengthen Security of Consumer IoT Devices
  24. February 21, 2020 Commissioners launch joint investigation into Clearview AI amid growing concerns over use of facial recognition technology
  25. Russia’s War On Encryption Stumbles Forth With Ban Of Tutanota


  1. Trump campaign says it is suing New York Times over Russia opinion piece
  2. As Court Finally Dumps One Of Devin Nunes’ Ridiculous Lawsuits (With A Warning About Sanctions), Nunes Promises To File Another
  3. Public Citizen Weighs In On Why Court Should Protect @DevinCow’s Information Under The 1st Amendment
  4. Group Promoting ‘Religious Freedom’ Around Vaccines Appears To Want To Stifle Free Expression Of Critics
  5. NPR Pulls Out The Big Guns: Asks For Sanctions Against Lawyer Steven Biss For Lying
  6. Corona Beer Takes a Hit From Coronavirus as Brand Image Suffers
  7. Judge Sullivan Dismisses Former Knick Charles Oakley’s Defamation Suit Against James Dolan and MSG
  8. Discovering Ed Sheeran’s Concert Income


  1. Crytek’s lawsuit against Star Citizen devs ends in settlement
  2. TIGA principles for protecting players are quietly radical | Opinion: UK trade group’s endorsement of common sense best practices shows good faith effort, puts peers to shame
  3. NHS’ gaming addiction clinic only needed by ‘a very small percentage’: Founder Dr Bowden-Jones hopes the numbers will remain lower than problem gambling
  4. Copyright In The Modern Era: Fortnite Lets Players Mute Emote To Avoid Auto-Copyright Claims Against YouTubers
  5. UK High Court Confirms That Grand Theft Auto Cheat Software Infringes Copyright
  6. EA bans pro FIFA player from all EA games for threatening messages and behavior
  7. The nuclear option: EA bans “abusive” FIFA player from all of its games
  8. Activision subpoenas Reddit in hopes of tracking down Call of Duty leaker
  9. Activision goes after Reddit to expose Call of Duty leaker: DMCA subpoena issued to identify user who posted new screenshot
  10. Well Then: Activision Issues DMCA Subpoena To Have Reddit Unmask Whoever Posted That CoD Image Leak
  11. Kitfox’s Victoria Tran aims to kill toxic game communities with kindness
  12. Panic Art Studios CEO posts racist remarks on Twitter: Elias Viglione describes outburst as “moment of temporary insanity”
  13. Kobe Bryant: Washington Post reporter reinstated after tweet row
  14. New legal counsel takes over class action lawsuit against Riot Games
  15. New legal counsel seeking ‘institutional reform’ in Riot Games’ discrimination lawsuit
  16. Two of Riot Games’ next few projects are being developed with Unity
  17. The next Xbox will quadruple XB1’s CPU, octuple its GPU performance
  18. Microsoft confirms Xbox Series X will pack 12 teraflop GPU, shares more tech specs
  19. Xbox boss Phil Spencer: Game streaming won’t hinder home consoles
  20. GeForce Now passes 1 million signups during free trial period
  21. Weeks after launch, Nvidia’s GeForce Now attracts a million streaming gamers
  22. Bethesda Softworks pulls all games but Wolfenstein: Youngblood from GeForce Now
  23. Bethesda pulls games from GeForce Now, more publishers may follow: But Nvidia promises new games will be added every week as trial period comes to an end
  24. Google wants to bring HTML5 titles to low-end devices with GameSnacks
  25. Google Stadia will come pre-installed in certain smartphones: Starting with the Asus ROG Phone 3
  26. The strange, unexplained journey of ToTok in Google Play fuels user suspicions
  27. Google Pulls 600 Apps From the Google Play Store for Disruptive Advertising
  28. Kunai becomes the latest title review bombed on Metacritic by a single person: TurtleBlaze’s Metroidvania was targeted at random, dropping from an 8.1 user score to a 1.7 in a single day
  29. Game crunch lessons: How to avoid game development crunch – “Teams who are having fun make better games and making games should be fun — otherwise, what’s the point?”
  30. Around 20 employees laid off at mobile studio Kixeye
  31. Kixeye lays off around 20: Parent company Stillfront says cuts were “a natural step” after acquisition, won’t affect portfolio or business in general
  32. UK studio Ultimatum Games has shut down after four years 
  33. Adventure game trailblazer Roberta Williams to receive Pioneer Award at GDC 2020
  34. Roberta Williams to receive GDCA Pioneer Award: King’s Quest designer will be recognized for her work in graphic adventures and for co-founding Sierra On-Line
  35. Is the US market ready to embrace a $500 game console?
  36. Roblox raises $150 million for game-making, game-playing platform
  37. COVID-19 looms over planning for next-gen launches | Opinion: The epidemic threatens to shut down supply chains the entire games industry relies on — and even push new console launches into next year
  38. PlayStation cites coronavirus, backs out of multiple major gaming expos [Updated]
  39. PlayStation and Facebook cancel GDC appearances citing coronavirus concerns: Kojima Productions also pulls out, cancelling founder’s talk
  40. Australian retailers limit Ring Fit Adventure sales as resellers and coronavirus cause stock shortage: Staff reportedly warned new stock will not be available until end of March or early April
  41. PUBG, Black Desert add new PS4 and Xbox One cross-play features
  42. CD Projekt Red and PUBG Corp cancel event plans due to coronavirus: But Cyberpunk 2077 developer currently still plans to attend GDC 2020
  43. The Wonderful 101 dev PlatinumGames to open 100-person studio in Tokyo
  44. Platinum Games opening new Tokyo studio: Bayonetta developer plans to build new team to 100 people to work on Viewtiful Joe and Wonderful 101 follow-up
  45. Employees say “sheer desperation” drives GameStop’s aggressive sales tactics: Chain focuses on pre-orders and buying used phones, with the potential threat of termination for staff who miss targets
  46. Nintendo severely limits save file options for Animal Crossing on Switch
  47. UK Monthly Report: GTA V and Nintendo Switch Lite shine in quiet January
  48. Pokemon Home first week downloads reached 1.3m: Sensor Tower -Estimated first week revenue from subscription plans is around $1.8 million
  49. Pokemon-inspired MMO Temtem passes 500,000 copies sold
  50. Steam’s latest search features are straight from Steam Labs experiments
  51. Metro Exodus off to strong start on Steam, despite Epic exclusivity: Embracer Group CEO says shooter has already sold 200,000 copies, also discusses Shenmue III’s performance
  52. UK Charts: Bayonetta and Vanquish return to Top Ten: Half-Term sales boosts Team Sonic Racing, Call of Duty Black Ops 4 and Forza Horizon 4
  53. Games’ European mobile market share expected to shrink to 55% by 2022: But category will still be biggest source of user spending, expected to hit $12.9 billion
  54. GOG expands refund policy to 30 days: New policy allows for customers to get their money back even if the game was played
  55. GOG asks you to please not abuse its expansive new 30-day refund policy
  56. Netmarble’s full year sales are up, but profit is down: Korean mobile developer to continue focus on global expansion
  57. Giants opening Chicago office: Farming Simulator developer’s first outpost outside of Europe to focus on support for North and South American players
  58. Starbreeze looks toward Payday 3 with $5m share sale: New series A shares are equivalent to 30% of voting rights in the embattled Swedish publisher
  59. Animal Crossing New Horizons lost save files can only be recovered once: Cloud saves will be limited to Switch Online members, and can only be accessed in case of loss or damage
  60. Take-Two forms new internal studio to finish Kerbal Space Program 2 
  61. Private Division moves Kerbal Space Program 2 development to new, internal studio: Jeremy Ables, other KSP2 leads join Private Division, but former developer Star Theory’s status is unknown
  62. Deathtrap Dungeon adaptation aims to demonstrate the true potential of interactive fiction: Branching Narrative’s Matt Spall also discusses how the scariest graphics are your imagination
  63. Black Desert Online and the diverging MMO ecosystem; Pearl Abyss America CEO Jeonghee Jin discusses the changing face of MMO monetisation
  64. On Kirby 64 and Impressionism: Sketch House Games’ Nate Buck considers how N64 developers discarded details while preserving an aesthetic
  65. Games sales up 51% at THQ Nordic at end of 2019
  66. The Witcher 3 earns $50 million on Steam in 18 months to hop revenue tiers
  67. Make-A-Wish launches GameStars charity intiative: UK branch of the charity will make it simpler for the games community to raise money
  68. YouTube Millionaires: MMG Balances College And A “Cuul” Gig As One Of YouTube’s Top ‘Madden’ Creators
  69. Twitch is making it easier to understand League of Legends matches: Helping you keep track of your favorite League of Legends streamers
  70. Twitch Star Dr DisRespect To Pen “Memoir” About His Gaming Persona For Simon & Schuster
  71. Twitch to top 40 million US viewers next year, forecast says
  72. Newzoo: Global esports market will reach $1.1b in 2020 – Nearly three-fourths of all revenue will come from sponsorships and media rights
  73. Esports firm Tempo Storm raises $3.3 million to launch a game
  74. Esports company Tempo Storm nets $3.3 million to start making games
  75. Tempo Storm raises $3.3 million: Esports team will use latest funding to expand into blockchain game development and livestreamed entertainment
  76. Adapting to the evolution of esports: Major League Gaming co-founder Mike Sepso explains why the original MLG wouldn’t work today, and how his new start-up Vindex is positioned for the future
  77. Wales. Golf. Madrid. Esports. In that order? Gareth Bale sets up a new esports team
  78. Ride on…in accordance with the rules
  79. Space Channel 5 VR review: The worst value proposition for a PSVR game yet
  80. Facebook acquires Asgard’s Wrath dev Sanzaru Games
  81. Facebook acquires Sanzaru Games: Studio behind Asgard’s Wrath to join Oculus Studios and continue VR development
  82. More Than 100 VR Games Have Exceeded $1 Million in Revenue
  83. HTC takes its own magic leap, announces Vive Proton prototype headset
  84. Index Will Return to Stock Ahead of ‘Half-Life: Alyx’, but “far fewer units” Due to Coronavirus
  85. How a new wave of developers are using voxels to create jaw-dropping worlds
  86. Push-button warfare: How artists use games to capture drone strike horror
  87. DeltaDNA and Earplay partner to bring analytics to voice-based games and apps
  88. PewDiePie Returns To Daily YouTube Uploads After “Really Healthy And Good” Break
  89. An extended interview with Atrus himself, Myst creator Rand Miller
  90. Video: Inside the AI systems of Final Fantasy XV 
  91. Blog: Crafting nightmares to define Othercide’s art direction
  92. Blog: Dear game developers everywhere – go teach!
  93. Blog: A decade-spanning retrospective of the Indonesian games industry
  94. Blog: A critical analysis of The Outer Wilds
  95. Blog: My full-time indie developer life – Year 3
  96. Don’t Miss: A Game Design Deep Dive into SteamWorld Dig’s digging mechanic
  97. Don’t Miss: A water interaction model for great video game boat physics
  98. Don’t Miss: The Resident Evil 4 postmortem
  99. Don’t Miss: A look back at the history of Konami’s Gradius
  100. Red Candle Games’ delisted game Devotion added to Harvard Library collection
  101. Eli Roth to direct Borderlands movie: Long-in-the-works adaptation will be helmed by filmmaker behind Hostel, Cabin Fever, and Death Wish remake
  102. The Outer Worlds, Outer Wilds, and more named Nebula Award finalists
  103. Obituary: Konami Code creator Kazuhisa Hashimoto has passed away


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