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Comment Re:Same problem as movies. (Score 1) 166

I had the same experience with AVP2. The sound of those bastard xenomorphs breathings .. ticking ... their light footsteps .. I've never been scared in a game like that before, never. You don't even see a single alien for the first 20 minutes of the game, and but you see the proof that they've been around and you can hear them. By the time you finally see one, you've been dreading the moment for so long you practically douse yourself. AVP3, please.
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Submission + - 2Clix Software sues Whirlpool over forum threads (whirlpool.net.au) 1

bigpondluser writes: "Whirlpool founder Simon Wright is being sued by accounting software firm 2Clix Australia Pty Ltd (ACN 118 044 198) for alleged "injurious falsehood". The Statement of Claim from the company alleges that Simon Wright allowed statements "relating to the Plaintiff and its software product that are both false and malicious" to be published on the Whirlpool forums."
Software

BitTorrent Closes Source Code 390

An anonymous reader writes ""There are two issues people need to come to grips with," BitTorrent CEO Ashwin Narvin told Slyck.com. "Developers who produce open source products will often have their product repackaged and redistributed by businesses with malicious intent. They repackage the software with spyware or charge for the product. We often receive phone calls from people who complain they have paid for the BitTorrent client." As for the protocol itself, that too is closed, but is available by obtaining an SDK license."

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