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  • Bodycount Dev Studio To Be Shut Down By Codemasters

    Codemasters' Guildford Studio recently celebrated the launch of Bodycount, a fast-moving first-person shooter that offered some cool ideas but failed to resonate with the majority of the gaming audience. The game's publisher, Codemasters, is now moving to shut the studio down, shedding 66 employees as it embraces a newly narrowed focus on...

    Posted September 14, 2011

    Bodycount Dev Studio To Be Shut Down By Codemasters
  • Bodycount Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: June 29, 2011

    8,450 Views | 01:49

  • BodyCount Preview

    Posted: July 15, 2010

    14,914 Views | 02:34

  • E3 2010: Bodycount Interview

    Posted: June 24, 2010

    2,724 Views | 03:36

  • E3 2010 Live: Bodycount Hands-On Demo

    Posted: June 17, 2010

    8,421 Views | 05:00

  • E3 2010: Bodycount E3 Pre-Alpha Gameplay Reveal Trailer

    Posted: June 14, 2010

    2,838 Views | 01:36


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