Geek Links of the Week
The next campaign to protect the internet will likely be focused on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Its intellectual property agreement is going to tighten up intellectual property laws to US levels. [Open Media]
Polygon created another controversy over the content of a game that the reviewer felt compelled to focus on over every other aspect of a game. The problem is that many reviewers are using reviews as makeshift opinion columns and are harming consumers and developers by standing on their soapbox. [DualShockers]
I get a feeling that people don’t like big corporations. Often, though, they do something to deserve it. For example, Microsoft won’t get love for declaring itself the sheriff of the internet. [Wired]
Halo: The Master Chief Collection on the Xbox One is going to take up 45 GB on the Blu-Ray disc and require an additional 20 GB update download on release day. Yes, that’s a 65 GB game collection. Hope you weren’t planning to download this game. [Xbox Wire]
The PlayStation TV hit North America this week. It’s not exactly going over too well. [Gizmodo]
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