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  1. "Activision and Infinity Ward decided to go back to the drawing board with multiplayer game modes and start entirely from scratch." Maybe they should just add easy PC LAN support back in "We took the list of game modes and we cut it away," executive producer Mark Rubin told Game Informer. "The idea was to go through and pull each one out and go, 'TDM [Team Deathmatch]... should we keep it? Well, let's talk about why we should keep it.'" http://www.shacknews.com/article/81343/why-call-of-duty-ghosts-discarded-old-multiplayer-modes
  2. "Everyone surely must have been in awe of the excellent performance given by Ryse at E3. But unfortunately it was running on a PC using GTX 780s instead of the Xbox One, Ryse displayed that PC is much more powerful than Xbox One." http://www.thinkcomputers.org/xbox-one-is-less-powerful-than-many-thought-ryse-ran-on-a-pc-at-e3/
  3. http://www.howtogeek.com/127343/pick-up-bioshock-and-bioshock-2-for-price-of-a-big-mac-meal/ - Amazon has the Windows-platform version of BioShock and BioShock 2 bundled together for a scant $7.49–81% off the Steam and general retail price. The best part about the promotion is you can either download the games from Amazon or, for those of you that use Steam, you can simply plug the game product key into Steam.
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