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How Books Have Helped Plot Development In Games

There once was a time when a good comic book, movie or TV show would spawn a video game based on its desire and notoriety would guarantee sales. These were the days when a hit movie franchise would release a lackluster game to capitalize on the fan base. While that still happens – game developers in the last three generations of games have been working backwards – creating their games and then making comics, graphic novels and movies to give back elements of the plot that a game couldn’t cover. This has provided the most developed game lores we have…

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The Division: Reaching The Glass Ceiling

  The Division offers many different ways to extend its gameplay – but can it maintain its longevity with a low level cap? The Division has been out for nearly six weeks, and reports of players reaching the level cap of 30 within the first 24 hours of owning the game leads to many questions. If capping out could be so simple, then where does the replay value go? Even though the people who reached that level so quickly were definitely farming and replaying high-XP missions – it is fairly easy for the casual player just going through the game…

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