PS4 Attitude Launches – Here’s What You Need To Know
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Gameloft to release Modern Combat: Domination
Thursday, 13 Jan, 2011 – 9:00 | 11 Comments
Gameloft to release Modern Combat: Domination

Addias. Nikre. Boreos. Knock-offs are a part of consumer based society. Company A creates a wonderfully successful product. Then another company, let’s just call them Company B (bet you didn’t see that coming) mimics said product virtually eliminating a large chunk of their development costs.

Of course this trend does not limit itself to expensive shoes and chocolate cookies. With the video games industry more viable than ever it is no surprise that more and more companies are throwing their hats into the ring to try to get a piece of the pie. Double metaphors aside, it is not surprising to see something like a Call To Duty or Need To Speed on store shelves. However, is it possible for a company to make a product that is too similar to its competitor’s?

Modern Combat Domination Hands-on – The PS3 Attitude Preview
Thursday, 11 Nov, 2010 – 16:11 | 7 Comments
Modern Combat Domination Hands-on – The PS3 Attitude Preview

On Wednesday, we were given the chance to play Modern Combat Domination, Dungeon Hunter Alliance and Blokus; all made by Gameloft which, up until now, has focused on mobile gaming. So how do their first console entries fare? Lets find out.