Secret Service: Security Breach News
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We've been hearing a lot about Breach since it was announced. First, it's a game from Atomic Games, the company whose Six Days in Fallujah was shelved after public outcry, and contains elements from that ill-fated title. Then, in an example of an actual breach, someone apparently tried to steal the code to Breach from a computer at PAX 2010....
We've been following the development of Atomic Games' Breach for a long time. First off, it was developed by the team behind Six Days in Fallujah, a bunch of hoo-rah, military types who also design real training software for the armed forces, secondly, it promised to use the technology developed for Six Days in a tactic-heavy, downloadable...
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