Skydance Interactive, the game division of film company Skydance Media, is diving into games today with two very different titles: the silly shooter PWND and the serious virtual reality mech combat game Archangel. The two games represent a big investment by Skydance Media — started in 2010 by David Ellison, son of Oracle founder Larry Ellison […]
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