Chinese EVE Online cheaters to be punished with virtual menial labour

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Chinese EVE Online cheaters to be punished with virtual menial labour

There are indications that the Chinese version of EVE Online might be about to take an unusual approach to punishing players who cheat in the game. Rather than simply banning players who are discovered botting or otherwise illicitly playing the infamously challenging space-sim, rogue captains may find themselves breaking asteroids in space-prison.

This Unity tech demo shows the potential future of open world games

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This Unity tech demo shows the potential future of open world games

Last week, Unity held its annual developer convention “Unite” in Los Angeles, where it showed off a new plan to rebuild its wildly popular engine from its core foundations. This includes the introduction of multiple new updates and work-in-progress technologies. One of these reveals was essentially a glimpse into the future of what open world games might look like. 

Desert Bus for Doom adds violence to the monotony

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Desert Bus for Doom adds violence to the monotony

Desert Bus is notoriously one of the most boring games of all time, and that, I suppose, is what's so good about it. Richard Cobbett named it in his article about the 11 most boring sims on PC, and it definitely belongs there: it's an eight hour drive through featureless virtual desert. Nothing happens and it sucks. That's what's so good about it.