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Submitted by gamer42 547d ago | article

Call of Duty to Blood of the Werewolf: Nathaniel McClure's indie tale

joystiq:

Nathaniel McClure thought his resume would make it easy to break into the indie game industry. He worked at Activision for years, starting in 2002 with QA and quickly rising to producer on a host of AAA games, including Star Wars Jedi Knight 2, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory, and a lineup of Call of Duty games.

By 2007, McClure wanted out. (Blood of the Werewolf, Indie, PC, PS3, Wii U)

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thomasmiller  +   547d ago
HHHHmmm ... where's the 360 version? wii u and ps3 see those, another indie game microsoft is cut out on..... yeah wii u has nothing to worry about. instead of where's waldo? microsoft fans better be screaming: WHERE'S BILL GATES? PLEASE COME BACK!!!!
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