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VGS- Are Mobile Games Valid? Look at Race, Film and the Economics of Gaming

Do you cringe at the thought of Candy Crush being given the title of successful “game” or the idea that your mother calls herself a gamer because she knows how to using the Apple Store?

Economic forecasting indicates that by 2017 gaming industry revenues will be 60% based on mobile or online gaming. Is that incredibly upsetting or an indicator of the times?

Race in games….it’s always a tricky subject. Taking us through this quagmire of sensitivity, Ubisoft Game Wesley Pincombe Director discusses the recent DLC “Freedom Cry” for Assassin’s Creed 4. Does it promise a deeper experience? (Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Candy Crush Saga, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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