Submitted by JamesDeRosa 1950d ago | interview

Atomic Games on Breach, the Military Training Sim Business, and Funding from the CIA

Bitmob's Demian Linn interviewed Peter Tamte, president of Atomic Games, about the military-sim business, the CIA's venture capital arm, and a few tidbits about how that all fits in with the developer's upcoming title, Breach. (Breach, PC, PS3, Six Days in Fallujah, Xbox 360)

Credit url: bitmob.com
rod_furlong  +   1950d ago
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bearsfaan  +   1950d ago
Nice interview. Usually the suits are boring, but not this time. :)
Sadie2100  +   1950d ago
I'm interested in all this serious military gaming stuff....

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