The Order 1886 is Ready At Dawn’s first full-fledged production, but has it done the development studio more harm than good? The only other games Ready At Dawn has been known for thus far were the PlayStation Portable God of War games which as we all know came out great but are nowhere near the development challenge of next-gen console games. Take a listen as we discuss some major issues with the industry and how we feel about them. As always, you are free to disagree and feedback is yours to give.
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- Should Multiplayer Games Cost $60 Still?
- When Is A Game Too Cinematic + Not Enough Gameplay?
- Will Anyone Be Interested In MORE Destiny?
- Are Evolve and Titanfall Too Thin on Content?
- Gamers Are Only Getting A Piece of a Game These Days
- Should Gaming Sites Accept Free Games & Tech?
- And More
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Electronic Arts has reportedly settled their lawsuit with Zynga Games. As always in private matters like these, not much was discussed. An out-of-court arrangement was agreed upon by both parties. EA Games (also known as Electronic Arts) is responsible for such titles as The Sims series whereas Zynga Games was said to be encroaching upon its domain with similar life simulators.
“EA and Zynga have resolved their respective claims and have reached a settlement of their litigation in the Northern District of California.” – Official Statement [via GameSpot]
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