Quite possibly the biggest piece of gaming news in recent months was the rise and fall of 38 Studios. Virtually every gaming site on the planet has covered the event that will no doubt go down in gaming history as one gigantic cluster bomb of nasty. We actually talked about it on Rated NA:60 as well as Press to Reset: 45 – Like a chainsaw wielding white knight, North Carolina based Epic Games, creators of Unreal, Gears of War, and the upcoming Fort Night, have stepped into the ring as the heroes of this once awful and depressing tale. Take a look at the latest info straight from Dr. Capps and Epic. This is just awesome.
Hack the planet! In a hilarious and brilliant move, hackers broke through PBS’s security protocols last night and for a moment… brought ill-fated rapper TuPac Shakur “back to life“. For those that don’t recall, Tu-Pac was the victim of an East Coast/West Coast rap war that left both he, and rapper Biggie Smalls, toe up. As with most celebrities that die before their time, rumors instantly began to circulate that TuPac was alive in well, and simply was hiding someplace until the East Coast/West Coast thing blew over.
The hackers broke into PBS, posted the fake story, and also revealed all of the user-names and login information of the PBS staff (better than stealing their credit cards). Not wanting to point fingers at hackers, we’ll wait until they are properly identified before we post the perpetrator.
Might I just say, if hackers did fun things like this all the time, and didn’t mess with people’s hard earned cash, they probably wouldn’t have such a bad rap. I mean, fake news can be so much more entertaining than countless hours of MDK news stories and Casey Anthony trials. I’m all for hacked news..
Prominent rapper Tupac has been found alive and well in a small resort in New Zealand, locals report. The small town – unnamed due to security risks – allegedly housed Tupac and Biggie Smalls (another rapper) for several years. One local, David File, recently passed away, leaving evidence and reports of Tupac’s visit in a diary, which he requested be shipped to his family in the United States.
“We were amazed to see what David left behind,” said one of sisters, Jasmine, aged 31. “We thought it best to let the world know as we feel this doesn’t deserve to be kept secret.”