Hackers wreck a recreation making enjoyable of North Korea’s chief

Hackers wreck a game making fun of North Korea's leader

Clearly, hackers who sympathize with North Korea do not have a fantastic humorousness. Weeks after Sony briefly cancelled The Interview, Moneyhorse Video games has frozen work on its Kim Jong-un parody shooter Superb Chief. The studio says that hackers destroyed recreation knowledge and locked the corporate out of its computer systems, making it robust to each proceed work on the dictator-impressed aspect-scroller and keep a crowdfunding drive for the title. The funding objectives weren’t more likely to be met as-is, for that matter. This is not the primary time Moneyhorse has confronted an assault, however it’s critical sufficient that the corporate is “reevaluating” its willingness to go ahead with a recreation that has handled a number of threats.

Do not be too fast in charge the Guardians of Peace or North Korea’s cyberwarfare group. Whereas it isn’t clear who’s accountable, Moneyhorse believes that an “opportunistic copycat” was extra probably behind the marketing campaign. Regardless of who’s responsible, it isn’t precisely heartening when even unreleased indie video games aren’t protected from hacks. And the way else are we going to see Kim driving a pegasus?

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