The folks at Nintendo must be simply beaming with pride at the Tilt(?) company's ode to the famous Wii remote. These motion sensing handheld games are clearly the sincerest form of flattery, but at the humble budget price of $US 6.88. Reader Nick sent us a pair of low-fidelity shots of the trio of games—baseball, basketball and racing—which not only clearly rip-off Nintendo's design, they probably fly in the face of various patents. It's going to be a very sad Christmas for whomever is on the receiving end of these sad devices.
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I'm coming off the back of a pretty solid fever, so the weekend is a perfect time to recover. But while I'll be doing that, I'll be watching my partner recover in her own way -- which undoubtedly means a good deal of Fire Emblem.
Back in 2015, Valve got sued by a French consumer organisation called UFC-Que Choisir (not to be confused with non-French, non-consumer organisation the Ultimate Fighting Championship). UFC-Que Choisir had a multitude of bones to pick with the longtime Steam steward, the biggest among them being that Steam doesn’t let users resell their games. Four years later, a French court has ruled in UFC-Que Choisir’s favour. Valve plans to appeal.