Bethesda showed off an awesome Skyrim demo at Quakecon, babies were made, Notch was sued, and a whole lot more happened.
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http://www.destructoid.com/ps-vita-pressured-to-cut-price-or-risk-major-failure--208213.phtml Despite launching at the same price the 3DS launched at, the PlayStation Vita is being pressured by pundits and analysts to lower its price. Sony's Kaz Hirai stated last week that the Vita would retain its $250 price point, but for some, that isn't good enough. (Jim Sterling)
http://www.destructoid.com/north-korea-accused-of-raising-mmo-hacker-army--208212.phtml South Korea has accused its northern neighbors of online skullduggery, warning that Kim Jong-il is using an army of young hackers to exploit MMOs and make some desperate money. (Jim Sterling)
http://www.destructoid.com/sonic-generations-chemical-plant-zone-in-all-its-glory--208210.phtml One of the greatest platforming levels of all time, Chemical Plant Zone, is set to appear in Sonic Generations, and the very first gameplay footage has been posted on the Internet for our viewing pleasure. It is not disappointing. (Jim Sterling)
http://www.destructoid.com/skyrim-demo-sends-woman-into-labor-208135.phtml A lot fans are excited about the next chapter in the Elder Scrolls series but I doubt there are many that can claim a level of enthusiasm that sends them into labor. Unless you happen to be Stevi, who was with her fiancee for the Skyrim presentation yesterday when she began experiencing labor pains. Rather than leave in the middle of the demo (Stevi started contractions after seeing the Frost Dragon), the soon-to-be parents decided to stick it out, just in case it was a false alarm. (Victoria Medina)
http://www.destructoid.com/bethesda-sues-minecraft-creator-mojang-over-trademark-208071.phtml Bethesda has lodged a complaint with Swedish courts against Minecraft creator Mojang over a trademark filing earlier this year. The trademark is for the title, "Scrolls," which Bethesda feels is an infringement on their trademark for, "The Elder Scrolls." The entire drama is laid out in a post on the blog of Mojang founder Markus "Notch" Persson. (Conrad Zimmerman)
http://www.destructoid.com/rage-xbox-360-install-is-22gb-208211.phtml If you're looking to buy Rage on the Xbox 360 and you like to install your games, you're going to need to do a sh*tload of deletion first. id Software's John Carmack has stated that you'll need to shove 22GB of information down your 360's throat. (Jim Sterling)