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Submitted by buckley 979d ago | article

The New Arms Race in Gaming: Facebook vs Google+ [patch.com]

Facebook claims that Google+ is not on their radar, but that didn't stop them from making immediate adjustments to their games service just after Google+ launches theirs. And unfortunately for most, it translates into Facebook's news feeds becoming even noisier all over again. (Casual games, Facebook, Google, Industry)

TurismoGTR  +   980d ago
the pics are Frank Mir Vs Brock Lesnar hahahah..
buckley  +   980d ago
Well they're 1-1 so still hard to pick a winner here
ATi_Elite  +   979d ago
I don't think we will have Google Fanboys and Facebook Fanboys trolling one another on N4G! If we did could you imagine that rant session.

I wonder will Digital foundry do Angry Birds Facebook vs. Google?
FredEffinChopin  +   979d ago
Good read. I didn't even notice there was a games button there for two days until seeing this. I don't know if I'll play though, I've never taken to these social network games. Maybe I'll give the Dragon's Age one a whirl.
miyamoto  +   979d ago
I finally played Angry Birds with Google Chrome! Nice game!

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