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TechWireGamer: The free event will showcase games being created by Triangle studios. Plus: A new trailer is out for Modern Warfare 3 and "Survival Mode" looks fantastic.
TechWireGamer: Make sure you come out on Aug. 26-28 to check out the talent from all around the world. Plus: First look at The Elder Srolls V: Skyrim.
TechWireGamer: Gears of War 3 is not the only game in Epic's near future. Plus: New Warhammer footage.
TechWireGamer: Is it the beginning of the end for WoW? New content is coming, but will it be enough to reverse the game's declining fortunes? Meanwhile, LoL prepares to add 5-on-5 scenario.
TechWireGamer: New raid content, Class balancing, player vs. player updates and more are included in the update to the popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game.
TechWireGamer: Are you a game developer? You can accelerate your idea's development with this Durham-based firm.
TechWireGamer: After watching this new preview and hearing new music from Ice-T, Gears fans and wannabes will more likely want to play this game even more. It's already No. 4 best selling item at BestBuy.com - as a preorder. Plus: The latest Gears book from Karen Traviss hits the shelves.
TechWireGamer: Technically, Battlefield 3 on the PC sounds as if it will be more entertaining.
TechWireGamer: Diablo III not already exciting enough? How about getting paid to play it?
TechWireGamer: EA, one of the biggest videogame developers which has a studio in the Triangle, is not focusing on 3D. Social gaming seen as more attractive. Meanwhile, Cary-based Epic is adding a board game to the "Gears of War" franchise.
TechWireGamer: Disappointing fiscal quarter for Nintendo leads to a huge price drop for Nintendo's 3DS. But are there enough games to draw players? 3DS woes put more pressure on forthcoming Wii U platform to deliver sales.
TechWireGamer: The latest in the epic role playing game series will be even more "action-adventure-y," says Bioware's marketing manager. He even calls it "Gears of War in space."
TechWireGamer: Critics really liked the first person shooter, but the game didn't make a profit, says Epic Games president. Epic may also start paying attention again to Unreal franchise.