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Submitted by cupogoodness 966d ago | article

AI War: First Four Years Postmortem (And By Extension Arcen History)

Chris Park: "Postmortem sounds so grisly, doesn't it? I was tempted to call this a retrospective, but that sounds a bit foofy. So here we are. This isn't even a true retrospective, because AI War is still going strong and looks to remain that way for some time.

The time period this postmortem will examine is May 2009 through the end of May 2013." (A Valley Without Wind, A Valley Without Wind 2, AI War, AI War: Vengeance of the Machine, Dev, Industry, PC, Shattered Haven, Skyward Collapse, Tidalis)

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