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Defiance
Game Description:Set on a future Earth, Defiance introduces players and viewers to a world where humans and aliens live together on a planet transformed by decades of conflict. The game combines the intense action of a “AAA” console shooter, with the persistence, scale, and customization of an MMO, while its TV counterpart weaves the rich tapestry of the world into a series with the scope, characters, and drama of a classic sci-fi epic. Because they exist in a single universe, the show and the game will influence each other and evolve together over time, with actions in both mediums driving the overall story of Defiance.
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  • Defiance "Join The Fight" Live Action Trailer

    Posted: January 30, 2013

    5,887 Views | 05:11

  • Defiance "Massive Co-op" Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: January 9, 2013

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  • The MMO Report: Thursday, October 18th

    Posted: October 18, 2012

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  • Defiance "Developer Diary: Player vs. Player" Trailer

    Posted: October 16, 2012

    2,260 Views | 03:45

  • Defiance PAX Prime 2012 PvP Gameplay Preview

    Posted: September 6, 2012

    5,993 Views | 02:41

 


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