The wait is over, and boy was it worth it. Bioshock Infinite is finally here. Read our full review to find out just why we think it may well be the best game of this generation.
All sci-fi fans will know that whilst technological advancement makes our mundane little lives easier and more rewarding everyday, take your mind off its potential dangers for just a few seconds and it can turn around and bite you…
Rick Rubin, co-chairman of Columbia Records, has publicly stated that the iPod and iTunes models are doomed, with the way to go being subscription-based, music-anywhere, services.
In fact, he thinks the whole music business will only be saved by going to a subscription model, but he’s quick to pick on the iPod. “The iPod will be obsolete, but there would be a Walkman-like device you could plug into speakers at home,” he said.
Rubin’s motivation is that adopting cheap music subscription services will curb illegal downloads, believing that “If music is easily available at a price of five or six dollars a month, then nobody will steal it.”
I’m not convinced.
It seems that the humble demo tape – even the demo CD – is on its last legs. SonyBMG has said that from Monday it will no longer accept music demos in hard copy formats. Instead, musicians hoping to grab…