The Pirate Bay is about to turn 13, and in honour of the site becoming a teenager, folks like Torrentfreak are checking out the oldest content that has been continuously available since its launch back in 2003.
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Taking us down a dark and secluded memory lane, the folks at Did You Know Gaming explore the secrets of the Assassin's Creed series, which started life as the next instalment of the Prince of Persia. I'd forgotten all about that.
In the wake of news that Ubisoft has put the Prince of Persia series on pause, further leaked footage from a Ubisoft project titled 'Osiris' has also been leaked. According to Ubisoft, the Osiris footage is early work on a title that is no longer moving forward. Coincidence? Maybe...
Get this: I'm one of those crazy people who really loved the last Prince of Persia game. No, no the last one... the last last one. The one with Nolan North and the cel-shading. I was sort of hoping (blindly) that Ubisoft might continue down this path but, according to Ubisoft Montreal CEO Yannis Mallat the series is being "paused".
Video games need more "Call Me Ishmael". That quote is one of the most famous opening lines in all of literature. Sure, its popularity is owed largely to being the first sentence in Herman Melville's classic novel Moby Dick. But that introduction is also memorable because you're learning about an important character from the very second you start reading.
Here's another awesome Fine Art to get your week started on the right foot: a collection of works by David Levy, aka vyle, aka another of my very favourite concept artists in the whole wide world.
Last month, the original source code for Jordan Mechner's Prince of Persia was found in a cupboard, stored on a bunch of old, old Apple II floppy disks — we're talking over two decades here. While a floppy disk is hardly a difficult piece of media to access, getting the data off the disks wasn't something Mechner was prepared to leave to chance. Enter the professionals.