Jack Thompson, ever the delusionist, has given up on harassing journalists and politicians and is zoning in on investors for his latest anti-Take-Two spiel.
Today Thompson decided to drop Edward C. Johnson, III, chairman of Fidelity Investments, a friendly note to try and convince the guy to drop the company's Take-Two shares. For those of you who don't follow who owns what out there (and that typically includes me), Fidelity owns more than 20 percent of the game developer.
In his letter, Thompson continues to insist that he "prepared Senator Clinton" for her Grand Theft Auto bashing press conference and goes on to say he knows a lot of secret, company-killing stuff about Take-Two and the SEC investigation.
The vote to authorize a potential strike for SAG-AFTRA video game performers passed overwhelmingly.
"The Game Development World Championship (GDWC) celebrated the 2023 Summer Season with an Awards Stream on Thursday, September 21st. At the event, GDWC announced winners in 11 categories for the Summer Season." - GDWC.
Today Unity revealed a rather radical change to the new pricing policy announced a while ago, following the massive backlash from many of its developers and the wider gaming industry.