Life is about the little pleasures. You know, things like ice cream on a hot summer day, cold beer at a ball game, and scoring big with the Humble Bundles. Yep, that sweet program that allows you to donate to charity (or developers) whatever amount you wish in exchange for some sweet games. The latest Humble Jumbo Bundle consists of Natural Selection 2, Sanctum 2, and Magicka with two packs of DLC, but as always, there's potentially more.
If DRM was a Disney film character, it'd be Scar from The Lion King. It harms innocent folks, lets the riff-raff pillage and plunder as they please, and somehow magically causes widespread deforestation/drought over the course of a couple months. And yet, it's still king of the copy protection jungle – especially where developers like Ubisoft are concerned. So, what's wrong with the world? Paradox Interactive CEO Fred Wester thinks he knows, but that definitely doesn't mean he likes it.
We're on the ground at the Game Developer's Conference, and – to put it as eloquently as possible – stuff is happening. New games, old games, release dates, bold proclamations about the state of the gaming industry – there's a little (or a lot of) something for everyone. Now imagine if there was a single place where you could find all of that information. How ecstatic would you be? Ecstatic enough to click a button? Ecstatic enough to read more? Well then, click that button to, you know, read more.