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Submitted by Lavalamp 285d ago | article

Hollywood's Long History of Mostly Failing to Make Video Games

Kotaku: "As mainstream video games strived to be more cinematic and as gaming emerged as a major source of entertainment revenues, it was only a matter of time until the talent from the film industry would attempt to get in on the action.

Such a thing has indeed happened numerous times. For whatever reason, it typically has not worked out." (Culture)

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