Microsoft Office 2010 Product Key Card coming in June

For consumers who purchase a new PC, Microsoft is working with major PC manufacturers and retail partners to make it simpler than ever to try and buy Office 2010. Through retail partners, Microsoft is introducing an all-new Product Key Card to help consumers more easily access and experience Office 2010 on new PCs that have Write comment

Current game pricing analyzed by IGN

This is a great article from IGN, required reading to understand game prices from a gamer. I don’t rate every console release as worth the $60 price tag. Since nearly all console releases run sixty a pop ($50 for Nintendo titles), that standard applies to as many good games as bad ones. Sure, Bayonetta, New Write comment

Blogger complains about Command and Conquer DRM

When you have to be connected to the Internet at all times to be able to play a single-player game, something has gone terribly wrong with this industry. EA’s first-party blogger and outspoken mouthpiece Jeff Green found this out the hard way, and spread the word. “Booted twice—and progress lost—on my single-player C&C4 game because Write comment