Speed Run: EA, Jean-François Boivin, Gran Turismo, Diablo 3, Ger Tysk

Electronic Arts will no longer pay gun manufacturers for the rights to use their weapons in games. Patrice Desilets says his colleague Jean-François Boivin, a former producer on Assassin's Creed and at THQ Montreal, was also fired from Ubisoft Montreal. Gran Turismo's official website heralds an upcoming event to discuss the future of the franchise. Blizzard took Diablo 3's real-money and gold Auction Houses offline after the latest patch introduced a bug that duplicated gold. The latest episode of Human Angle explores the life of Ger Tysk, a professional propmaker and cosplayer.

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