Looks like it is possible to get the lumbering behemoth to budge. Last week we wrote that Apple had rejected Liyla and the Shadows of War as a game. They wanted the game classified in the News or Reference sections. Yet, to anyone that actually took the 10-15 minutes to play through the game, it
Molehill Mountain is our new name, we just need a logo. If you want to help us out with that, please feel free to contact us! In the meantime, we’ll continue posting the show as epilogues to Super Podcast Action Committee. On this week’s show, EZK and Andrew debut a new show segment where
Update: Apple has relented and classified Liyla as a game. When is a game not a game? According to Apple, the answer is when said game has a political message. At least that is what it is telling Liyla and the Shadows of War developer Rasheed Abueideh when it rejected the game. In a tweet
On this week’s show (episode 179), hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discuss GamePolitics poll (“Should Apple provide an iOS backdoor” – 21:32 mark), Leland Yee being sentenced to five years in prion and fined $20,000 (31:39), Vivendi making plays for Gameloft and Ubisoft (56:25), and Disney asking its employees to lobby for TPP
If you missed Saturday’s live broadcast of Super Podcast Action Committee (Episode 125), you can watch the video replay on YouTube, or download it below. On this week’s show hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discuss the latest GamePolitics poll (“Will Street Fighter V remain a PS4 exclusive?” – 49:30 mark), if Tekken 7’s Lucky
Another week, another live episode. If you missed the live show over the weekend you can check it out now on YouTube. We’re still working out some of the kinks. This week hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discussed a lot of topics (markers below if you want to skip around) including Youtubers taking money
Originally Published on Techdirt. With the proliferation of digitally distributed content, the question of ownership is always looming overhead. Part of that question is what happens to it all after you die. In the physical realm, any books, movies, games and music you purchase throughout your life can be left to your children and other
It’s Episode 17 of the Super Podcast Action Committee and that means more hijinks with hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight! This week they tackle Apple’s victory over Samsung, OnLive’s CEO giving a large donation to former employees, the results from our latest poll and a whole lot more. A mild earthquake guest stars!