Gabe Newell: Valve, VAC and trust

For a game like Counter-Strike, there will be thousands of cheats created, several hundred of which will be actively in use at any given time. There will be around ten to twenty groups trying to make money selling cheats. We don’t usually talk about VAC (our counter-hacking hacks), because it creates more opportunities for cheaters to attack the system (through writing code or social engineering). This time is going to be an exception. Cheat versus trust is an ongoing cat-and-mouse game. New cheats are created all the time, detected, banned, …

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Cosplay 2013 – NO BlizzCON COVER :(

Sorry! The BlizzCon 2013 coverage will be lost forever between space and time. I can’t bring the post back to life and there is no way for me to get the data back. At least enjoy the cosplay video from the blizzcon 2013. Thanks for your patiences and understanding. @bubblechew301 – No. Absolutely not, i don’t aprove any sort of comment section anymore. There will be no possible way to write your comment. If someone have feedback, criticism or just chitchat – E-Mail / contact form.

Intaracting with the gaming community

The greatest threat to the video game industry may be some of its most impassioned fans. Increasingly, game developers are finding themselves under attack by some of the very people they devote their lives to entertaining. And this growing form of gamer-on-game-developer cyber harassment is starting to take its toll. …not much time. Here you go… read the full article on polygon!