Though many video games do ignore the grim realities of armed conflict, games have the potential to provide some insight into the intensity of war.
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With great mobile titles like Fieldrunners and the ubiquitous and addictive Plants vs. Zombies, tower defense games—in which the player or players defend a location from hostile forces using various weapons and technologies powered by regenerating resources—were a very big thing in video games for quite some time.
The Walt Disney Company January 15 announced the future launch of Disney Infinity, a line of video games that would mix characters from its numerous film properties, e.g., Pirates of the Caribbean’s Jack Sparrow sharing an adventure with Toy Story’’s Buzz Lightyear. The AP quotes Disney-Pixar animation chief John Lasseter as saying that the new […]