VIDEO: What makes Seattle such an awesome gaming city

VIDEO: What makes Seattle such an awesome gaming city

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New The list of game development companies in the Seattle area, from Valve to PopCap to 343, is certainly impressive. And to show how awesome the Emerald City’s gaming scene is, GameSpot just put out a really well-done video showcasing the talent here. They spoke with several of the city’s...
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