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Submitted by OliverKO 710d ago | news

Warren Spector pays his respects to Wolfenstein at E3 2013

Oliver at El33tonline writes:

"The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles is primarily known as a time when game developers and publishers put on a three day showcase of their upcoming videogames to let retail buyers, distributors, journalists and certain members of the public see what exciting electronic entertainments are on the way in the future.

It's also a time of miracles and gestures of good will." (Culture, E3, PC, PS3, PS4, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

MikeyDucati1  +   710d ago
But dear old Warren has a point. A very good one.
delicia  +   710d ago
Yeah, the new Wolfenstein screams generic.
cleft5  +   710d ago
Warren did have a good point to make, it just got kind of misrepresented because he used another game to make that point. He is certainly right that the game industry does need more diverse types of games and stories.

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