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Submitted by lifesanrpg 639d ago | opinion piece

Is this Nordic Games' time to shine?

GameZone writes, "You know, it's funny. Sometimes the biggest success stories in the video game industry come out of left field. For instance, take Deep Silver. A few years ago, the publisher was best known for handheld Duke Nukem efforts. Lately, though, it's been making big moves, with Dead Island: Riptide arriving in stores this week and Saints Row IV and Metro: Last Light slated for later this year. It's funny how a few franchises can turn you around. And that's probably what Nordic Games is thinking, too. " (Darksiders 2, Industry)

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