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The Great War? 'Battlefield' plots to make WWI entertaining

After nearly 15 years of creating shoot-'em-up games about World War II, the Vietnam War and fictionalized contemporary and futuristic military conflicts, the creators of the "Battlefield" series are going back — way back — with their latest installment. With its gruesome reputation and political complexities, it's typically a no-fly zone for mainstream game developers who rely on easy-to-understand, good-versus-evil narratives.
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