I have to disagree. The problem is not the newsworthiness.
And everyone bitching about whether magazines are good or bad are missing the point. It's not about websites vs. magazines. It's about taking (and distributing) what *IS NOT YOURS TO DO SO WITH*.
Plain and simple, Blue's (and other web game sites) are helping to distribute something that is only meant to be purchased. Whether through amazon.com or with a game magazine. It's warezing. It's absolutely NOT any more "right" to post links to the download (and ESPECIALLY not host it) than it is to do so with warezed copy of full games. The rationale that it's inevitable that it'll be out there and is widespread is bogus: warez copies of virtually every popular game are inevitable and widespread, and that doesn't make it right to host or post links to those.
If Blue's News was really interested in staying on top of timely news, they should only post a news story that the demo has been leaked. With no links to where to get it, and without hosting it. This is a "for pay only" demo, and not meant for online distribution. Hosting it, and posting links to it, is stealing plain and simple. Regardless of whether or not you like who it's stealing from, or you think it's good that it hurts magazines, it's still wrong.
Let's put it this way: what's the difference between hosting this leaked demo meant only to be purchased and posting a link to the ISO of the full version of the game? Price? The company that ends up potentially getting the revenue?