Infamous Swedish torrent site The Pirate Bay pushes indie point-and-click McPixel as part of its Promo Bay initiative.
The controversial Digital Economy Bill has been passed in a last minute reading in the UK.
EA CEO John Riccitiello has said he thinks of pirates as nothing but an untapped marketplace.
The UK government is expected to reject requests for tax breaks for the games industry.
Microsoft has refused to apologise to users who have been banned from Xbox Live for running pirated games.
TIGA, the UK's videogame trade association, has polled members on attitudes to piracy.
RedLynx, the developer of Trials 2, has admitted it uploaded torrents of it's own game to the internet.
Ubisoft has declared that it has a workable plan to combat PC piracy, but won't declare what it is.
Notorious BitTorrent tracker The Pirate Bay is set to launch a virtual private network service next week which will offer completely anonymous data transit.
UK law firm Davenport Lyons is now being investigated by consumer rights organisation Which?
According to rough figures from 2D Boy, developers of World of Goo, roughly 90 percent of all installs are pirated.
Ubisoft's Shanghai director has now confirmed in an interview that EndWar for the PC is being deliberately delayed because of piracy.
Epic's Cliff Blezinski has said that Gears of War 2 will not be coming to PC due to piracy fears.
Sins of a Solar Empire was one of the sleeper hits of the last year, and the game became a favourite of anti-DRM types who appreciated the lack of copy protection and online distribution. Now, we catch up with company co-owner Craig Fraser and have a chin-wag...
We talk to Matt Atwood from BioWare about piracy in the industry, having Jack Thompson defend sex scenes in Mass Effect and whether Tim Sweeney is right that PC hardware is slowly killing the PC gaming market. Oh, and he details the Mass Effect PC conversion for us too.