Blizzard has announced that the Diablo III auction house is going to remain offline for another day to audit accounts that are involve in the gold exploit bug.
The downtime of the auction house followed the recent 1.0.8 update of the game that triggered an exploit letting users duplicate golds of up to trillions.
The aim of the latest patch was to fix the bugs and apply some changes on the game but it accidentally triggered a duplication bug of game golds. Good thing the game publisher was notified after a few hours when . . . → Read More: Blizzard Extends Auction House Downtime Due to Gold Exploit
For the fans of Activisions’ Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, the game maker will reportedly change the title of the sequel from “Modern Warfare” to “Ghost”.
Wednesday, the popular game publisher announced that the next part of the very successful “Call of Duty” sequel will be called the “Call of Duty: Ghost”. The publisher promised new characters, new story, and a lot more action. And we expect a much more stunning effects, graphics and movement improvements.
The game company, Activision Blizzard Inc., stated that the next part of the installment will be rolled out . . . → Read More: Activition Changes Modern Warfare with Ghost; New Story and Characters
Mark Rein, Epic Games vice president, states that game enthusiasts must anticipate an incredible exhibit from Nintendo’s latest gaming console at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. If it doesn’t happen, he said he’ll be “Shocked”.
Rein’s recommendation draws a great deal of weight as the game company, Nintendo continuously strives with the absence of third-party support on its platforms. If you put games like Mario or Pokemon on a gaming system, it’ll sell ample items to help keep you in operation. That basically clarifies Nintendo’s business model the past few Nintendo systems.
If Nintendo . . . → Read More: Epic Games VP Anticipates Great Show of Wii U
Steam, the online video gaming community managed by game company Valve, verified Thursday that the discussion boards have been compromised and informed customers to keep an eye on their credit card billing statements.
The company’s community forums have been defaced earlier in the week, causing some players receiving e-mails from the hacking Site, according to Kotaku.
Thursday, Gabe Newell, Valve co-founder, made a message on the company’s discussion boards verifying the attack, stating that all of forum passwords is going to be reset and including that this attack “goes beyond the Steam forums.” As there is proof of . . . → Read More: Valve Confirmed Steam Hack