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  • The project drummed up so much excitement for the game among that community that Acclaim is building a formal peer review system for use in future projects.

    The Brave New World of Open-source Game Design

  • Video game makerr Acclaim is looking for five people willing to legally change their name to Turok, a dinosuar-slaying Indian character in an upcoming game and assume the character's identity.

    Boing Boing: August 11, 2002 - August 17, 2002 Archives

  • Since Oct. 1, shares in Acclaim have gained nearly 12 percent, the best performance among the listed U.S. video game publishers.

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  • It’s really too bad Acclaim is 2 years late, and is entering the game with an inferior product.

    The Brave New World of Open-source Game Design

  • While Janice Roberts of the Mayfield Fund, which has invested in the likes of casual portal PlayFirst and free-to-play game company Acclaim, is more interested in targeted demographics than a particular game category — she’s chasing after women and kids across platforms.

    Investors Say There’s Still Money to Be Made in Games

  • Just Google the name of the last manager and a PR firm called Acclaim Consulting and you will see the owner/director of that firm has attended many meetings and courses with our ex-manager.

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  • "Acclaim" is about what I'd expect from the general run of idiots masquerading as critics; what's sobering is that over

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  • Other sources such as Acclaim developer David Perry have been quoted making similar announcements on his Twitter and Facebook accounts stating, "I hear Sony FINALLY has the PSP

    DailyTech News Feed

  • Acclaim for Steve Bunce's revealing monograph of the recent Amir Khan contest was followed last week by The Glasgow School, a fascinating study of Glasgow football managers' extraordinary domination of England's Premier League, and a telling homage to the boxing film Raging Bull, in which both leading protagonists, actor Robert de Niro and director Martin Scorsese, persuasively relived their input.

    Sport in celluloid: Why Raging Bull lacks punch of Chariots of Fire | Frank Keating

  • Playdom had acquired the websites' original developer, Acclaim Games Inc., in May 2010.

    Disney's Playdom Settles FTC Charges Over Children's Data

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