In My Head: Watch Dogs E3

Welcome to the new feature “In My Head”. Where you get the unabridged and uncensored version of whatever sauce is my mind feed.

A phone. Nice, looks like Android. He should be using Swipe while texting. They sure have lot’s of surveillance in Chicago. Aren’t baseball caps so 90’s? You can tell someone’s been sitting in a basement hacking since then. 4 seconds yadayada, is he bragging? That must be the weirdest smiley of all time. I wonder what that was on Stefans computer, can’t have been homework can it? Wait, did he just hack that guys account? Skull ascii art is also very 90’s. 28% less crime, due to an OS? Weird manikins there. This is a shady place I can hear it. Is that guy eating sushi from her back? D: He is, yuck. Is this game about food hygiene? Didn’t that sound just like GOB? And there’s the weird smiley again. Manly handshake-hug, these guys are tight. Oh I see. This is a game about traficking and how a hacker has to take the law in his own hands because the people involved are so high-up in society that they can’t be touched by the slow bureaucratic monster that is the police. Also his sister is kidnapped. Bad guy is coming. Why didn’t he just read that text? Filesharing AND gunning, dream come true? It’s gonna get wet. Damn cops, always ruin the fun. Oh man! I’d KILL for that app on my phone. And finally some public humiliation. It is as if anonymous was actually hackers embodied in a Batman from the 90’s, without a suit.



E3 Contest: 50+ Steam Titles

As it is the last day of E3 we have deviced  to host a contest with several amazing prizes.

We have watched all of the conferences and written about them. But we would like to hear from you. What was awesome about E3 this year, or did it suck? Was Watch Dogs gameplay all you ever dreamed of?

My favourite part was the DRM war, or how Sony got the best chance ever to get back at Microsoft.


40+ Dota 2 Beta Access Keys


6  Steam Trading Card Game Beta Keys

We also have copies of Left 4 Dead 2, Gish, Cogs and Cortex Command which will be distributed to the best comments on E3 2013.

Want to claim one of the great prizes? Great, here’s what you do.

1. Take a stand on E3 2013, vote in the poll.

2. Explain why you vote this way in the comment section below.

3. Tell us what prize you would like to receive.

4. Don’t forget to add your Steam ID!!! So that we can add you on steam and get you your prize.

Ready, set, vote!



It’s not a secret that I was less than excited for this years E3. Persson tried (in vain) to get my hype up. But there really isn’t anything really that exciting going on.

I guess I have to confess that I was wrong. Even though I’m still not too interested in the NEXT GEN thing. Since even though the PS4 price tag of €400 is alot less than I was thinking it still is alot more than I can afford right now. And I’ve managed good playing most games last year on my new PC. One of the things that has stood out now is the DRM War.

As Microsoft dropped the bomb in their XBOX ONE presentation that the machine would always be connected to the internet and that the games you buy would be unlocked on your account. Hinting that used games would not be playable on any other machine.
But could be unlocked for a fee. A stroke that would whipe away the whole used games market and with it every single videogame store ever.

Sony didn’t announce anything on their very short peek at the PS4. But in response to the upheaval created by the Microsoft announcement (see #nodrm) Sony higher ups were seeming quite jovial. And if that wasn’t clear enough, they announced during their conference that there would be no DRM on the PS4. They prolonged this announcement because I am sure they knew the impact it would have even before the crowd went bananas.


They even made it PS4 SUPPORTS used games.

Microsoft put some clarity to how the DRM will work on the XBOX ONE during their  press conference. That you will be able to share your games with 10 people in your “family”. (In case mom would like to play Batman on her machine.)

To sum it up, it seems like Microsoft has sided with the developers to help them get rid of the used games industry taking their profit. And Sony siding with the gamers and the games stores. As the rule in business is to always side with the customer if you want profit; we’ll only have to wait and see if this DRM system will be noticeable.

Or maybe Sony knows that the disc is so shortlived that allowing discs to live out their time. All I know is that the opportunity for Sony to get the “We listen to our customers”- tag, was all too big to pass. Just watch their instructional.

And we’ll see how we will be gaming for less in the future.