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Submitted by Rashid Sayed 556d ago | opinion piece

The War Z: Paralleling the Gaming of Systems

"By now, the controversy has just begun to die down. Hammerpoint Interactive recently released their open world zombie survival game The War Z on Steam. Naturally, being released ahead of the more hotly anticipated The Day Z, and because of gamers wanting their fill of zombie stomping mayhem across a vast open world setting, it rose to the top of the charts. However, there was a problem: Hammerpoint wasn’t necessarily delivering on what it had promised for the game. But this wasn’t a matter of announcing features and then leaving them out later. Rather, Hammerpoint stated that indeed the game did support 100 players per server, skill trees, private servers, and several vast areas for play." (PC, The War Z)

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