"An ugly court action is underway and it involves a pair of video game titans.
On Tuesday Valve filed suit against Activision Blizzard in U.S. District Court in Seattle. The suit alleges that Activision refused to honor an agreement to abide by an arbitrator’s April 6th award decision involving a 2002 dispute over royalties.
The arbitrator in that case awarded Valve $2,391,932, an amount that Valve says is less than it sought, but which it will accept because both parties agreed to be bound by the arbitration process.
Activision, however, challenged the award, claiming that Valve had been overpaid by $424,136 in years past."
It’s Ugly: Valve Sues Activision, Activision Threatens to Sue Valve
GrE writes, "Coming from the mind of Tim Schafer and Double Fine Productions, Brutal Legend is a 3rd person Action/Metal adventure. Rich in combat, imagery and storytelling, Brutal Legend looks to deliver lighter-flicking fun that, in the words of the developer, "is sure to melt your face clean off." Take a peak at all Brutal Legend has to offer, we’ll keep the melting of faces for the full review."
GrE Vitals: Brutal Legend
Last week, Sony made a comment that the Wii owns the closet. Now Satoru Iwata has responded to that statement.
Iwata responds to Sony’s claim that the Wii owns the closet
PS Blog: "Hey, everyone. It’s time again for the weekly PlayStation Store update.
Fighting fans, be sure to check out this week’s free MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 2 Demo, exclusive to PSN!"
US PlayStation Store Update April 30th
Mass Effect 2 (X360)
And Shepard lives to tell the tale.
E3 2009: Mass Effect 2 at E3
Come aboard and lets make a deal.
Kaloki Adventure iPhone Trailer
Booyah paints a vision for the company, mixing expertise in games, mobile, social media and a passion for life.
Booyah Gears Up to Provide an Entertainment Product for iPhone and iPod Touch
High-octane “Adrenaline” sweepstakes give consumers the chance to win a Yamaha ATV, Alienware Notebook, and other prizes.
Codemasters Teams Up with Yamaha, Oberto, Alienware, and More for Sweepstakes
GamesAreEvil writes, "The Tiger Woods golf franchise has been popular for many years, but none expected it to reach the levels of success that is has achieved on the Nintendo Wii. Using the Wii’s intelligent "waggle" based interface, the game has found a natural home on the platform. It has been so popular, in fact, that over the last two years the Wii version has sold better than its counterparts on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Not only is this an exciting development for the series, but it is a value add for the much larger Nintendo fan base. Adding Disc Golf support to every course must have been a huge undertaking. Check out the video explaining the new mode in depth…"
New Footage of Tiger Woods 10 Disc Golf Mode