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APB: All Points Bulletin
Game Description:APB is a massively multiplayer online game based in living, breathing cities that will feel familiar to players, as they precisely replicate famous cities all over the world. APB is a turf war involving two main factions, the Squads, whose goal is to uphold the law, and the Gangs, who seek to break the law at all costs. Players will be able to choose their side, in a classic good guy versus bad guy scenario. The Gangs are all about graffiti, attitude, custom cars and earning cash any way they can. The Squads stand for honor, teamwork, firepower and destroying the Gangs. APB will provide the player with the ultimate customization options from their weapons, vehicles and clothes to their attitude, music and environment.
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    E3 2010: A.P.B.: All Points Bulletin Interview

    EJ Moreland, Lead Designer at EA, talks about the experience that is 'APB: All Points Bulletin,' including the customization in it, playing on both sides of the law, and what the story means to the game.

    Posted: Jun 18, 2010 | 2,207 Views | 02:53

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    E3 2010: APB Preview

    It's not long before Realtime Worlds' MMO shooter hits stores. We've got one last preview before it hits your hands.

    Posted: Jun 16, 2010

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    X-Play Previews the Biggest MMOs of 2010


    Morgan Webb gives you a preview of the biggest MMOs of 2010 including World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, APB and Star Wars: The Old Republic. Find out details about each game and what makes them the most exciting of the MMOs due out in 2010.

    Posted: May 13, 2010 | 44,195 Views | 03:05

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    APB Gameplay Preview


    Adam Sessler talks with Executive Producer Joshua Howard about the upcoming game APB. Find out about the structure of the game, action shooter gameplay elements and how the game tracks your progress in this X-Play preview of APB.

    Posted: Apr 1, 2010 | 13,979 Views | 02:36

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    PAX EAST 2010: APB Preview

    Check out our PAX 2010 preview of MMO APB where we take on Enforcer vs. Criminal hands-on.

    Posted: Mar 26, 2010

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    APB GamesCom 2009 Preview

    Realtimeworlds' APB is daring to do something different. The massively multiplayer online third-person shooter plans to take "Cops and Robbers" to another level. The developer showed off APB at GamesCom, and we got a good look at it in action.

    Posted: Aug 19, 2009

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    APB Preview

    Alison Haislip gets a look at the cops-and-robbers MMO 'APB,' from the folks who brought you 'Crackdown,' to see if it looks arresting...get it?

    Posted: Jun 2, 2009 | 3,006 Views | 01:32

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    Posted: March 10, 2011

    63,779 Views | 08:37

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    Posted: January 11, 2011

    10,628 Views | 03:01

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    Posted: November 18, 2010

    70,985 Views | 09:37

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    Posted: November 11, 2010

    97,350 Views | 09:09

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    Posted: September 23, 2010

    84,855 Views | 07:52


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