Coming in the form of a text file and posted on the internet, at least 13,000 user passwords and or credit card numbers were leaked, along with other personal information and credentials. The hackers, claiming to be an offshoot of Anonymous, shared the document on Ghostbin.
I have never seen an advertisement like this… Alpine ski racer, Lindsey Vonn, promoting XBOX’ NBA2K 12 video game. Got that? By the way, nice padded bra Linds! :)
And what could make this even weirder?
The new commercial for the ‘truth or dare’ style Wii game “We Dare”, is one of the most risqué commercials I’ve ever seen for a video game or any commercial really. I don’t mean to sound like a prudish parent, but you’ll probably agree when you see the group of actors trading off the spanking position on each others’ laps!
Apparently, there were a few different versions of this commercial- like alternate endings, that being one where the couples ‘switch off’ at the end, and imply that they are going to go ‘do their thing’ when they leave the room. Another alternate ending showed the the entire group having at it, but those commercials got scrapped, leaving us just with this raunchy one!
In this video, The men strip off for the girls, and the girls stick the Wii controller in the waistband of their skirts… two of the actors are balancing the Wii controller between their lips… it all seems unsanitary!
Surprisingly, the game states that you have to be “12+” to play the game! A spokeswoman for French makers Ubisoft said: “We Dare is intended for an adult audience.” She said the age rating was set by an independent European panel. Okay, so 12 year-olds in Europe are really like American 18 year-olds?
Anyway, the 12+ thing really seems to go out the window at the very end of the commercial because the graphics state: “ENTER PARENTAL CODE 6969″… implying that it’s for adults, especially with the corny “6969″ choice of numbers.
Okay IGN/Wii… you got our attention, but we don’t want the game because it’s unsanitary!
3-D is hotter than ever right now, and Nintendo is making sure they stay current with all of the other competition…
Kyoto-based Nintendo announced their new 3-D gaming device, which is temporarily being called the Nintendo 3DS, is scheduled to launch during the coming fiscal year ending March 31, 2011. The new system will also play current Nintendo DS games, and the best part- NO glasses will be needed for the 3DS!
Fellow competitor “Sony”, has plans to upgrade its PlayStation 3 console to play 3-D games with a free software upgrade, but consumers will have to buy a new television and glasses to play 3-D games at home.
In a brief and unexpected statement, Nintendo released no additional information about the coming device’s price or functionality. The company said it would provide more details in June at the videogame industry’s annual E3 convention held in Los Angeles.
LAREDO, Texas (CNN) — Rosalio Reta sits at a table inside a Laredo Police Department interrogation room. A detective, sitting across the table, asks him how it all started.
Gabriel Cardona, who shows his tattooed eyelids, worked as a hit man for a Mexican cartel.
Reta, in Spanish street slang, describes his initiation as an assassin, at the age of 13, for the Mexican Gulf Cartel, one of the country’s two major drug gangs.
“I thought I was Superman. I loved doing it, killing that first person,” Reta says on the videotape obtained by CNN. “They tried to take the gun away, but it was like taking candy from kid.”
Rosalio Reta and his friend, Gabriel Cardona, were members of a three-person cell of American teenagers working as cartel hit men in the United States, according to prosecutors. The third was arrested by Mexican authorities and stabbed to death in prison there three days later.
In interviews with CNN, Laredo police detectives and prosecutors told how Cardona and Reta were recruited by the cartel to be assassins after they began hitting the cantinas and clubs just across the border. Watch how the teens turned into drug cartel hitmen »
CNN has also obtained detailed court records as well as several hours of police interrogation videos. The detective sitting across the table from Reta and Cardona in those sessions is Robert Garcia. He’s a veteran of the Laredo Police Department and one of the few officers who has questioned the young men.
“One thing you wonder all the time: What made them this way?” Garcia told CNN. “They were just kids themselves, waiting around playing PlayStation or Xbox, waiting around for the order to be given.”
Over a nearly one-year period starting in June 2005, the border town of Laredo, Texas, saw a string of seven murders. At first glance, the violence looked like isolated, gangland-style killings. But investigators started suspecting something more sinister.
Then Noe Flores was gunned down in a clear case of mistaken identity. Investigators found a fingerprint on a cigarette box inside the suspected shooter’s get-away car. That clue unraveled the chilling reality and led police to arrest Gabriel Cardona and Rosalio Reta.