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May 2011

Articles From Matt Paprocki in May
Tuesday May 31, 2011 20:00 AM ET
Denis Dyack, head of game development studio Silicon Knights, may know his way around code to craft virtual experiences, but once on the consumer side, he seems lost.
Sunday May 29, 2011 30:00 AM ET
Imagine, a crucial scene in Citizen Kane lost because we have no means of accessing the film canisters. Think of Action Comics #1 with the first appearance of Superman without the all-American hero, all because the business dictated only a certain consumer could access it.
Sunday May 29, 2011 15:00 AM ET
Let's face it: no one reads the TOS, eager to dive into their new electronics or freshly downloaded program. Someone did read the disclaimer for the Nintendo 3DS, the latest handheld venture from the company that has dominated the portable gaming space. The Free Software Foundation looked into what Nintendo has inserted into the lawyer-speak, outraged enough at the results that they have pulled the community together to send bricks to Nintendo of America President, Reggie Fils-Aime.
Friday May 27, 2011 20:00 PM ET
Sony has begun making their promises stick after the PlayStation Network was hacked and taken down for over three weeks. The first part of their recovery is a year of identity theft protection from Debix, a mixture of the company's two available plans, called AllClear ID Plus
Monday May 23, 2011 25:00 AM ET
What does L.A. Noire do wrong? Why wouldn't the average Bejeweled and Farmville player pick up something like this and become a sleuth for a day? Why wouldn't a mystery-addicted novel reader pick up the controller? Because it's stupid.
Friday May 20, 2011 15:00 PM ET
Or, why a poster pre-order bonus allows gamers to breathe a small sigh of relief.
Thursday May 19, 2011 35:00 AM ET
Sony's attempt to rekindle customer faith after a near month-long service outage seems to lean favorably for Sony, not gamers.
Wednesday May 18, 2011 40:00 PM ET
PlayStation 3 and PSP users are back online after hackers left 77 million players without access.

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