Geek Links of the Week
All Things Digital’s (AKA AllThingsD) partnership with the Wall Street Journal ends at the end of this year. It’s believed that they can get a massive cash injection if they find a new partnership for the site. [Fortune]
I haven’t been keeping up with Game Informer’s Dragon Age: Inquisition preview/paid coverage like articles but I thought their roundtable about the future of BioWare was pretty interesting. [Game Informer]
Grand Theft Auto V will once again have another trademark GTA soundtrack. This time, Rockstar has over 240 licensed songs and what they estimate to be 20 movies worth of score. It literally sounds fantastic. [Rolling Stone]
I’ve been a fairly long-term fan of the Football Manager franchise so naturally I would be interested in the new improvements for FM2014. Here’s an interview with developer Sports Initiative director Miles Jacobson about the changes for this year’s iteration of the game. [Digital Spy]
Bomber may have won the StarCraft II World Championship Series Season 2 finals but the big story was Canada’s Scarlett who took Bomber to a deciding final game in their series and showed that foreigners can hang with the best Korea has to offer. [PAR]
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