306w ago - The developer of controversial video game Manhunt 2 has failed in its latest attempt to release the game in the UK.
A high court judge ruled that the Rockstar Games' title must be re-evaluated by an appeals committee.
The violent game was first banned in June 2007 and has since been subject to numerous reviews and court cases.
Developer Rockstar Games said it did not understand the decision to spend public money repeating a certification process it had already passed.
The latest court case is the result of a ruling in December 2007 that allowed British censors to fight a decision by the Video Appeals Committee (VAC), which said the game could be classified and released.
The British Board of Film Classification's successfully argued that the game had been approved for release on a misinterpretation of the law.
The latest ruling means that the VAC must now re-evaluate the game under new guidelines.
But the game's developers believe the move is expensive and unnecessary.
"We believe the Video Appeals Committee decision was correct and do not understand the court's decision to expend further public resources to censor a game that contains content well within the bounds established by the British Board of Film Classification's 18-plus...
312w ago - It turns out that the reason for the delay of the PS3 guitar compatibility patch for Rock Band (to allow use of the GH3 guitar in Rock Band I assume), is actually continued objections from Activision, as previous rumors had suggested.
Many angered gamers are now sending hate mail to Activision, as well as boycotting their products.
313w ago - If you own a PS3 and are at all interested in music games, you would know about the problem of guitar compatibility with the PS3 version of Rock Band, being that only the instruments that come bundled with the Rock Band special edition work with the game as of right now.
According to hmxsean of the Rock Band forums, a patch addressing guitar compatibility has been completed by Harmonix and ready for release for a week now.
However, something is holding up its release, and nobody has a concrete answer.