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Submitted by enkeixpress 1589d ago | videocast

Bonus Round: Episode 502: Straight From The Top! - Part 4

GameTrailers: Ubisoft's Jade Raymond, Epic Games' Mike Capps and Sony Santa Monica's John Hight join us to lay down the details from the top, exploring the past, present and future of their triple-a franchises. Will the core games of the future have motion control support? What about a game's DLC – is it predetermined before the game even ships? Plus, what is the future of the boxed product - are subscriptions and episodic content the future? (Dev, Geoff Keighley, Industry, Jade Raymond, John Hight, Mike Capps)

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