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Why Battlefield 1 Is Getting So Popular

One of the most anticipated games of 2016, Battlefield 1, released last week, and the feedback so far has been phenomenal. In the game, players experience missions and skirmishes inspired by World War I, fighting across all fronts in a globe-trotting campaign and battling their friends online. 248 more words


More Than 100 SAG-AFTRA Videogame Strike Supporters Rally at Electronic Arts

An enthusiastic crowd of more than 100 rallied Monday morning at Electronic Arts in Playa del Rey, Calif., in support of the three-day-old SAG-AFTRA voice actors strike against videogame makers. 812 more words


More Than 250 Picketers Descend On Electronic Arts For SAG-AFTRA Strike

UPDATED number of picketers: More than 250 SAG-AFTRA members and their supporters took to the picket line today outside the Playa Vista, CA, offices of Electronic Arts in the first job action of the union’s four-day-old strike against the video game industry. 632 more words

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Video Game Strike: Companies Cry Foul As SAG-AFTRA Picket Line Gets Underway

UPDATED with picket line underway: Video game companies struck by SAG-AFTRA released documents today that they say proves they had matched the union’s requests for wages, benefits and additional compensation… 378 more words

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Battlefield 1 Review: Will Call of Duty Compete?

Now that I have had a few days to sit down and spend with the game, I would first like to say that this is easily one of the best FPS games I have ever played.  470 more words


Battlefield 1 - 15 Minutes of Gameplay!

If you’re an avid historian, you might find some holes in Battlefield 1’s history, but that’s okay, because at least it looks pretty, right?

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Voice Actors Go On Strike Against 11 Major Video Game Publishers

After failing to come to terms with a coalition of 11 video game companies, including big names like Electronic Arts and Take-Two Interactive Software Inc., thousands of voice-over actors are now officially on strike. 366 more words

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