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for a Game in 2014 Is "Insane," Former Bulletstorm Dev Says
The accepted, standard price of $ 60 for a new video game "is a little insane," according to Adrian Chmielarz, former creative director of Bulletstorm developer People Can Fly. According to him, gamers paying that …. There also seemed to be some sort …
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E3 2014: Nintendo's Last Chance to Prove the Gamepad is a Game Changer
It's obvious that Nintendo's Wii U and its unique Gamepad controller concept has not been a runaway success for the Kyoto-based giant. Unlike the original Wii, which had people lining up (literally) to own one and experience a new way to play games, …
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E3 2014: Nintendo's Last Chance to Prove the Gamepad is a Game Changer
It's obvious that Nintendo's Wii U and its unique Gamepad controller concept has not been a runaway success for the Kyoto-based giant. Unlike the original Wii, which had people lining up (literally) to own one and experience a new way to play games, …
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Trials Frontier and the Dangers of Free-to-Play

Trials Frontier and the Dangers of Free-to-Play
Hearthstone, Monument Valley, FTL: Faster Than Light, and Hitman Go are all fighting for people's attention, and winning that battle with ease. When there are so many alternatives out there, many of … By letting us test a game for no money, the …
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Weekend Hot Topic, part 2: Your favourite retro games
For these purposes retro means anything from the PlayStation 2/Xbox/GameCube/DS/PSP era backwards, including PC games of the same vintage. … The way the game gradually opens up as you acquire new weapons and abilities, which in turn allows access to …
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Rate the new Rauner ad
As a Democrat, I am open to considering Rauner. ….. She's talking to exactly who they want and need her to talk to; soccer moms, hockey moms, high school and college parent moms, Soft Ds and Independents and Suburban County moms. …. Now those Pro …
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