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The Worst Gaming Headlines: Nov 22, 2015

A little known fact about Ctrl To Crouch: we have a sister website. The Gamer’s Gaming Network of Games. It’s rubbish. Here’s our first weekly collection of their very worst headlines from the last seven days.

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Jade Raymond Working on an "Assassin's Creed-Style" Action Game for EA

When one of the most powerful women in gaming made the jump from Ubisoft to EA, you had to wonder what her next big project would be. 451 more words


Motive Studios are building EA's "first action game"

While speaking at the UBS Global Technology Conference this week, Electronic Arts chief financial officer Blake Jorgensen has confirmed that the publisher has Motive Studios working on their first foray into the action game genre. 195 more words


Assassin's Creed's Jade Raymond comes home

For a second time, Jade Raymond is starting from scratch.

After four years of building Ubisoft Toronto’s development team from the ground up, the Montreal native has returned home to create another new video game studio, Motive, this time under the umbrella of Ubisoft’s biggest rival, Electronic Arts. 711 more words


'EA Motive' motivated to make an open world game

EA Motive look set to make an open world game, based on a recent job advert the studio posted.The Job advert is for a lead game designer to work on a Star Wars Game, but also help with a new IP. 100 more words


The Duality of Gamers, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Star Wars Battlefront without a Campaign

For the last 5 to 10 years, there’s been an interesting call to action from gamers when it comes to discussing multiplayer and single player games, which is for developers to not spend resources on an aspect of the game that isn’t core to the central experience. 881 more words


Jade Raymond joins EA, heads up new Motive Studios

Former Assassin’s Creed producer and Ubisoft Toronto managing director Jade Raymond is opening a new studio with EA, the two jointly announced yesterday.

The new studio, named Motive, will be located in Montreal. 136 more words

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