• Assassin's Creed: Why DLC & Companion Apps are Gaming's Next War Zone

    2015
    Most publishers now see video games as services or platforms, designed to generate revenue across their useful lives.
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  • Game Firm Exec Fuses Art and Technology

    2015
    Mike Verdu, chief creative officer and senior vice president for studios for gaming company Kabam Inc., discusses his career.
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  • Kirby Strikes Gold in 'Rainbow Curse'

    2015
    In the 22 years since he debuted, Kirby has become a sort of lab where Nintendo and HAL Laboratories can experiment with some of their wackier ideas.
    /off-duty/games/2015/03/01/kirby-strikes-gold-in-rainbow-curse.html?comp=7000023659955&rank=3
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  • 'Forza' Creators Revving Up 'Fast & Furious' Video Game

    2015
    The movie franchise is teaming up with the critically acclaimed "Forza" racing series for a game featuring cars inspired by "Fast & Furious."
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    This photo provided by Microsoft shows key art from "Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious." The hugely successful "Fast & Furious" movie franchise is hitching a ride with the massively popular "Forza" racing game.
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  3. Evolve (XOne)
  4. Evolve (PS4)
  5. Grand Theft Auto V (PS4)
  6. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (XOne)
  7. Grand Theft Auto V (XOne)
  8. Dying Light (PS4)
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  10. Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire (3DS)

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"CoD: Advanced Warfare" feels like its own special surge forward while maintaining the gunplay that makes the series fantastic.

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The words "mobile" and "FPS" should be an instant red alarm to most people.

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The maps in Dragon's Teeth are open enough for infantry combat, and tight enough that vehicles are something of a moot point.

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Leatherman tries to movie beyond the "pocketknife with pliers" category with the Tread, a multi-tool that looks like a bike chain.
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