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2013-10-26 23:04:27

Bizwaremagic.com and its online laptop buyer's guide are featuring Dell's latest offer: Pre-order COD for $59.99 & get a $25 Promo eGift Card. (PRWEB) October 26, 2013 Dell's latest promotional discount and offer is being featured on the Bizwaremagic site for all its patrons and subscribers. Customers can now pre-order the latest video game in the popular COD (Call of Duty) series for $59.99 and receive a $25 Promo eGift Card from Dell. COD Ghosts will be released November...

Microsoft Europe Reverses Adult Game Restrictions For Windows 8
2012-10-29 15:11:13

Enid Burns for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Gamers are often early adopters when Windows puts out a new operating system. The new OS often brings with it faster speeds, enhanced graphics and richer sound; all the elements that make for better gameplay. A ban on games with a mature rating in the European Windows 8 store may have discouraged gamers from upgrading PCs, tablets and other devices. That is, until Microsoft decided to lift the ban and allow games such as...

2011-11-10 06:00:00

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Singer-songwriter Pegi Young will release her third album, Bracing For Impact (Vapor Records), on November 15. She is once again accompanied by her acclaimed recording and touring band, The Survivors: legendary keyboard player Spooner Oldham, bassist Rick Rosas, guitarist Kelvin Holly, and drummer Phil Jones. Pegi Young & The Survivors will appear on Conan on November 16, and are the opening act on the west coast leg of Stephen Stills' tour...

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2008-10-28 15:10:38

The Entertainment and Leisure Software Publishers Association (ELPSA) is proposing a new "traffic-light" system to address the ongoing games rating controversy.  The new solution would augment and improve ELPSA's voluntary ratings code, the organization said. However, the new system has been dismissed by some, including the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC), who believe Britain's current two-tier rating is adequate. A review by Britain's Department of Culture, Media and Sport...

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2008-07-31 15:05:19

The British government said on Thursday that Britain could give all computer games cinema-style age ratings to protect children from increasingly realistic and violent titles. Culture Minister Margaret Hodge has announced a consultation on whether the ratings for games should replicate the system for movies. "The rise of adult-themed games with grown-up plots and advanced graphics had made the old warning system obsolete," said British Culture Minister Margaret Hodge. Violent games like...