News Summary for Sunday, July 22, 2012
We're catching up with a few interesting items from the last few days, including a $27 million lawsuit settlement proposal from EA, some interesting blog entries on the fundamentals of HDTVs and AR, as well as a new site for job-seekers. Read on for details...
- This Edge-Online article from a former NanaOn-Sha staff member explains how HDTV lag hurts rhythm and fighting genre games.
- This Valve Blog article covers why "Hard AR" is still in the future.
- Electronic Arts has settled a lawsuit filed in 2008 alleging that EA violated antitrust laws by locking up exclusive licenses with the NFL, NCAA and AFL for its football games. Pending court approval, EA will establish a $27 million fund for those who purchased the games and will be limited in its ability to sign exclusive licensing agreements.
- games-career.com, a job site formerly exclusive to German-speaking game job seekers, is now open to English speakers, as well.