December 7, 2010
Vuvuzelas help UBi soft counter piracy for Nintendo DS Michael Jackson: The Experienceby Shayne Rana
The portable gaming arena is no stranger to the whole piracy ‘game’ but Ubisoft has found a way to curb those nasty boot-leggers. Michael Jackson: The Experience for the Nintendo DS will be supposedly ‘hack’ proof and guess what it, involves some cunning use of those obnoxious vuvuzelas that made it big at this year’s football World Cup held in South Africa. Just in case you happen to be one of those guys who’s not into paying the ‘full price’ for a game, you’re not going to be able to get the whole benefit of the King of Pops dazzling moves or music. What you’ll end up with is a bunch of vuvuzelas buzzing loudly (that’s coded into the game) so there’s no way you’d get to make gaming ‘History’ with MJ’s cool tunes. The menu systems will also be disabled and if you manage to get past the noise and that the game is going to freeze up. Check out the video if you don’t believe me.