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Cosplayers tell us what they want to see most in future ‘Pokémon GO’ updates

While "Pokémon GO" has seen a decline in its userbase, the game is still immensely popular all over the world. That doesn't mean everyone is perfectly happy with the game as it is. Players have been waiting months for Niantic to add things like tracking and trading to the game. We talked to cosplayers at the 2016 New York Comic Con to find out what they wanted to see most in future updates. We also asked them to name their favourite Pokémon.
Cosplayers tell us what they want to see most in future ‘Pokémon GO’ updates
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Here’s what it’s like to enter ‘Westworld’ at New York Comic Con

HBO's new series 'Westworld' only just premiered, but it's already got quite a following. At the 2016 New York Comic Con, these fans were able to make special appointments to visit a VR version of the world in a building made over to look like Delos -- the fictional company behind the park. We got to try it out, and here's what we saw.
Here’s what it’s like to enter ‘Westworld’ at New York Comic Con
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The Easter eggs hidden in all ‘Call of Duty’ games

VIDEO: Jason Blundell is responsible for creating easter eggs for Activision's latest title "Call of Duty: Black Ops III." Blundell shares with us why the company started putting so many 'Easter eggs' in the game's zombie mode, as well as some of the most ridiculous ones he and his team have created.
The Easter eggs hidden in all ‘Call of Duty’ games
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Why video game makers keep making the same games over and over

VIDEO: "The game industry is like any other entertainment industry, it's a hit driven business" Shuhei Yoshida says. He's the President of Sony Computer Entertainment's World Wide Studio, which a long title for saying he's responsible for all the games coming out of PlayStation. But, what does being a 'hit-driven business' even mean. Essentially, it means that the success of a few blockbuster titles will fund it's entire content lineup.
Why video game makers keep making the same games over and over