Link Roundup for July 23rd: Eidos GM resigns, Ready at Dawn disses GameStop, Last of Us unstoppable, and more…
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Eidos Montreal founder/general manager resigns, citing a “lack of courage” at Square-Enix. This might explain the last few Final Fantasies.
Ru Weerasuriya, founder of Ready at Dawn (God of War: Ghost of Sparta, the upcoming The Order: 1886), trashes GameStop’s business model.
Ubisoft takes a cue from its “other” series: you can totally fight sharks in Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag.
The Last of Us tops UK sales charts for the sixth week in a row. Holy.
Kotaku’s Jason Schreier has your Pacific Rim gaming fix since the two Pacific Rim games, well, suck.
Bloody Disgusting lists 6 horror movies that might make great video games. (Although a couple of them have already made the leap.)
Posted on July 23, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged assassin's creed iv, gaming, god of war, kotaku, Naughty Dog, pacific rim, ready at dawn, square enix, the last of us, war. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.