Cold WarChris Buffa
The videogame industry's obsession with WWII is beginning to get me because I'm tired of repeatedly fighting in the same battles. It's not that I dislike shooting Nazis (on the contrary), but there are other historical conflicts to highlight, particularly the Cold War. The U.S. and Mother Russia never came to actual physical blows, but there was a ton of stuff happening behind the scenes, which just so happens to be the primary focus of Dreamcatcher and developer Mindware's upcoming third person action adventure title Cold War, an exciting game full of secret weapons, classified documents, espionage, and intrigue.
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