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This week's free North American PlayStation Plus game is Malicious, a third-person action game in which players defeat an eclectic collection of bosses and pilfer their powers. Meanwhile, the Spring Fever sale event continues for PlayStation Plus with a series-wide sale on the Grand Theft Auto game...

April 15th 2013 at 11:45pm 0 Comments
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The malignant majesty of Demon's Souls becomes free to North American PlayStation Plus members in today's PSN update. The servers for the From Software game are staying online for the foreseeable future, so there's no reason to pass on a PS3 game we described as a "leather-clad mistress" in our 200...

April 2nd 2013 at 12:30pm 0 Comments
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We first heard about the PSN game Malicious back in 2010, when it was first announced for Japan. It's finally been announced for North America, and we don't have much more waiting to do – it's coming July 24, for $9.99.Malicious centers on a series of boss fights in which you employ a sort of...

July 11th 2012 at 12:00pm 0 Comments
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Malicious, a PSN-exclusive boss rush action game (genre: "I'd like to speak to the manager, and then stab him."), may bring its concentrated quest and weaponized cloak to territories beyond Japan. The Alvion-developed project has been classified in Australia and attached to publisher Sony Compu...

December 23rd 2011 at 12:30pm 0 Comments
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Malicious, Alvion's PS3-exclusive downloadable boss rush action game, whose protagonist fights using a shape-changing cloak, never made it out of Japan. We might get another chance to try it, as Alvion is working on a PlayStation Vita release. Andriasang reports, based on Famitsu magazine, that...

August 24th 2011 at 10:30pm 0 Comments
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See that chart up there? That's a beautiful visualization of a dozen folk models surrounding the idea of home computer security, devised by Michigan State's own Rick Wash. To construct it (as well pen the textual explanations to back it), he interviewed a number of computer users with varying level...

March 24th 2011 at 1:23pm 0 Comments
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So far, Chrome is the only browser of the big four -- Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer being the other three -- to escape the Pwn2Own hacking competition unscathed the past two years. (Sorry Opera aficionados, looks like there's not enough of you to merit a place in the contest... yet.) Evide...

February 3rd 2011 at 8:33pm 0 Comments