Scratching the Highest Court

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Stories on Mario Maker, Sony's "Let's Play" trademark filing, Xbox 360 disc scratch suit, the best-selling games of 2015, and voice of Duke Nukem John St. John.

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Date: January 18, 2016

Written and Performed by: Graham Stark, Kathleen De Vere, Paul Saunders

Story Graphics: Paul Saunders

CheckPoint Graphics: Graham Stark

Music: Bradley Rains

Produced by: Graham Stark, Paul Saunders


Did the Xbox 360 scratch discs? The highest court in the land has nothing better to do except decide once and for all.


  • Nintendo is deleting unpopular Mario Maker levels.
  • Sony has tried and failed to trademark "Let's Play."
  • The Supreme Court will be hearing a class action suit about scratched Xbox 360 discs.
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 was the bestselling game of 2015.
  • John St. John, best known as the voice of Duke Nukem, will not do voice acting for a Republican presidential campaign.

Coming Up

In memory of David Bowie, Square Enix is giving away free digital copies of Omikron: The Nomad Soul, an early Quantic Dream game that Bowie contributed to and cameoed in. Come for the David Bowie, leave when you realize it's David Cage.


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