Government researchers must have a Batman fetish. Perhaps that explains why so many have named their projects after him—it's federally-funded cosplay. The question is why this odd bunch of projects bear the Dark Knight's name.
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While fingers have long been pointed from US shores towards China when it comes to online attacks, the Pentagon has now directly accused the country's government and military of cyberespionage.
Creating a successful 'freemium' game is an exercise in enticement and restraint. You need to slowly but surely gain the player's interest, building excitement to a fever pitch before introducing the idea of laying out a little cash to enhance their enjoyment.
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When a Capcom public relations manager brings his A game to my Gamescom Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 session, my only possible line of defense is Squirrel Girl, a Marvel character so powerful she doesn't appear in the game.
Experience the thrill of social networking and casual gaming convergence with Tweet Defense, an iPhone zombie tower defense title that boosts your units' power based on your Twitter activity.
What do you get when you take one of the world's most popular player-made Warcraft III mods and break it out into its own game? League of Legends: Clash of Fates.